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THE 

Grant Family 



A 

GENEALOGICAL HISTORY 



OF THE 



DESCENDANTS OF MATTHEW GRANT 



OF 



WINDSOR, CONN. 



1601—1898 



BY 

ARTHUR HASTINGS GRANT 

(1554,023,01) ' 



POUGHKEEPSIE, N. Y. 

PRESS OF A. V. HAIGHT, 12 LIBERTY ST. 

1898 



" It is a help to manhood, to culture, to piety, to know one's self akin to those 
who suffered oppression and made noble sacrifices for the sake of conscience, 
helped to found our great "Western civilization, or rallied to the defence of the 
infant nation when its life hung in the balance. Not to take a genuine interest 
in one's forefathers is almost as indefensible as to be vain because they were in 
some way notable." — Congregatio7talist. 



Copyright, 1898, isy Arthur Hastings Grant. 



CONTENTS. 



1192467 



Preface, . . . • 


IV 


Introduction, 


vii 


Key, 


xii 


Ttie Grant Family : 




First Generation, . . . . • 


I 


Second Generation, . . . . 


2 


i Third Generation, . . . . 


3 


Fourth Generation, . . . . 


6 


V Fifth Generation, . . . . 


14 


^ Sixth Generation, . . . . 


29 


^ Seventh Generation, . . . . 


... 56 


^ Eighth Generation, . . . . 


119 


^ Ninth Generation, , . . . 


253 


V Tenth Generation, . . . . 


401 


\ Eleventh Generation, . . . . 


462 


Appendixes : 




A. — Additions and Corrections, 


468, 531 


B. — Illustrations, . . . • 


. . 479 


C. — Other Connecticut Grants, 


513 


D. — Statistics, 


. . • 516 


E. — Directory, 


519 


Indexes: 




I. — Descendants of Matthew Grant, . 


533 


II. — Allied Families, 


. . . 565 



PREFACE. 

To my Kindred, Greeting: 

It is fitting that you should know something- of the history of the 
volume that you have so long and patiently awaited, and which 
you have helped to bring into existence ; therefore it is briefly given 
here. 

More than thirty years ago Dr. D. Williams Patterson, an able 
genealogist, undertook the compilation of the history of our Family. 
After some eight hundred persons had been connected, an effort was 
made to publish the work; but few subscriptions being received, the 
undertaking was abandoned. § Some fifteen years later I became in- 
terested in one of Dr. Patterson's manuscripts that was in the pos- 
session of my father (who had assisted in the first attempt), and be- 
gan to prosecute the work anew. After three lost branches had 
been connected, correspondence was opened with Dr. Patterson with 
a view to co-operation with him ; he, however, was intent upon im- 
mediate publication, which seemed to me undesirable in view of the 
incomplete condition of the work; so the matter was again dropped, 
not to be resumed until after the lapse of another period of fifteen 
years, when his death left me free to push the work to completion. 
The Family owes a debt of gratitude to Dr. Patterson for his re- 
searches, which have proved to be unusually accurate, and of which 
the present volume is a direct result. 

Three sources of information have been drawn upon in preparing 
the book now in your hands. In the first place, several hundred 
town, county, and family histories were examined. Secondly, in 
order to secure all possible information from living members of the 
Family, about 15,000 forms, circulars, and personal letters were 
sent to nearly 3,500 individuals. Last, and most important, was the 
search of original records, including church, land, probate, and town 
records, and tombstones. About 2,000 large manuscript volumes 
were examined, mostly by the compiler in person, many of them 
having no index, and some being almost indecipherable. J These 
include the records of some sixty towns in western New England 
and a few in New York. As many of the old towns are not on the 
lines of the railroads, and in several cases the records were kept in 
some out-of-the-way farm-house, much time and expense were saved 

§It was finally printed, with considerable additions, in "The History and Genealogies of 
Ancient Windsor." This valuable work by Dr. Henry R. Stiles was published in 1892, and 
has been of the greatest assistance in the present work. It consists of 1817 pages in two vol- 
umes, royal octavo, and includes, besides genealogical studies of the families of all the set- 
tlers, a most complete and interesting history of the town itself, giving a minute account of 
life in the colonial period. It is worth far more than its price (¥20.00), and would prove of the 
greatest value to all of our Family. It can be procured of Miss Ruth T. Sperry, E. Windsor 
Hill, Conn., who was associated with Dr. .Stiles in its production, and is herself a descendant 
of Matthew Grant, her mother being Harriet F. (Pelton) Sperry, dau. of Sophia (Gaylord) 
Pelton, dau. of Abiel Gaylord, son of John Gaylord (12100). 

% The illustration on page 312 is a fair e.^tample of hundreds of pages examined. 



PREFACE. V 

by the use of a bicycle. But the steep hills of Connecticut nearly 
brought the work and the compiler to an end, for it seemed impossi- 
ble to find a brake sufficiently powerful and reliable to stand the 
strain, and in the summer of 1897 serious accidents resulted from 
this cause; but last summer an "Eclipse" bicycle, equipped with its 
automatic coaster and brake, brought all trouble of this kind to an 
end, the wheel being under complete control on the steepest hills, 
with but slight exertion on the part of the rider. 

The response from the Family has not been as cordial as was to 
have been expected. Although many members replied promptly 
and gave all the help in their power, more responded only after re- 
peated appeals, and then often carelessly and perfunctorily, § while 
fully one-third of those addressed would not take the trouble to 
answer at all. These last in many cases held the only known clues to 
lost members of the Family; and it is probable that, if all had re- 
plied promptly and fully, at least 2,000 more of the kin would have 
found a place in the book, without materially increasing the cost of 
preparation or publication. The small number of subscribers is also 
a cause for regret, partly because it prevented the insertion of pict- 
ures of all the old homesteads (of which about a score over a 
century old are known to exist J), and partly because of the undue 
burden that it placed on the compiler. 

While the greatest care has been taken to avoid errors, some 
slight ones have undoubtedly crept in, owing in part to the illegibility 
of many of the letters received; but subscribers may rest assured 
that the lines of descent are accurately given in all cases, as none 
has been inserted until its authenticity has been proved. Notice of 
errors or omissions should be sent to the compiler, as it is not im- 
probable that a second volume may some day be published. 

It is hoped that the volume will help to promote the object of our 
Family Association : " To bring into closer union the descendants of 
Matthew Grant, of Windsor, Conn. ; to honor the memory of our 
ancestors; to cultivate in ourselves the spirit of their unselfish 
patriotism and sterling integrity ; and to collect and preserve the 
records and traditions of the Family. " Let us make the acquaintance 
of the kinsmen who are our neighbors, join the Association, attend the 
reunions, and help to make our Family a recognized power for good 
in the land ! 

Before laying aside my pen I would extend heartiest thanks to 
those who have aided in the work. All cannot be named, but a few 
who have done far more than their share must be : Lucy G. Wheeler 
(1142,385), Nathaniel G. Grant (1103,6116), Mrs. Lawson Grant 
(1104,0011), Frank Grant (1120,3072), Mrs. Georgianna Kingsley 
(1136,5143), Mrs. Rhocean Williams (1143,4003), J. Ray Grant 
(1143,4410), Mrs. Mary Ellis (1143,6510), Mrs. Chauncey Grant 
(1550,3421), Thomas P. Grant (1556,4230), Mrs. Mary Shurtleff 

§To this is due the large number of persons whose records are jjiven in Appendix A, who 
in many instances replied promptly when they were finally located by the compiler. 

i A house still standing in Dorchester, Mass., is said to have been built by Matthew Grant, 
but the compiler has been unable to verify the statement. 



VI THE GRANT FAMILY. 

(1558,0020), Mrs. Helen French (1103,320,36), Jennie M. Royce 
(1120,265,10), Mrs. Adah Colt (1136,520,21), Mrs. Isabella Mere- 
dith (1142,122,13), Kate G. Bliss (1142,122,60), Henry H. Grant 
(1554,023,11), Mrs. Maryann Upson (1558,322), and last and most im- 
portant, my parents, without whose ever willing aid the work could 
not have been published in so complete a form. A. H. G. 

MoNTCLAiR, N. J., December 22, 1898. 



INTRODUCTION. 

' ' People will not look forward to posterity who never look backward to their 
ancestors." — Edmund Burke. 



We are now a century and a quarter from the movements that re- 
sulted in American independence, and more than twice that distance 
of time from the foundation of the more important colonies. Every 
decade that passes makes it more difficult to comprehend the con- 
ditions that existed in the colonial and revolutionary periods, and 
widens the gulf of ignorance that separates us from our political as 
well as personal ancestors. Yet we can not really understand our 
own times without understanding what has preceded them ; and the 
bridge that will most effectually span this gulf is family history. 

But it may be asked, why the importance of this connection with 
the past, especially here in democratic and progressive America? 
All the more reason because democratic and progressive. Histori- 
ans assure us that the instability of the French government is due 
to the fact that France has no past. The prime effort of the first 
revolution was to destroy all connection with the past, to burn all 
the bridges that had sustained them in their march toward civiliza- 
tion — social, political, religious. The revolution was a failure; and 
its pseudo-reforms fell with it; but it had siicceeded in absolutely 
severing the connection between the France of the nineteenth cen- 
tury and the France of the eighteenth centur)^ 

Our revolution (so-called) produced no such historic break ; for the 
separation of England and America, begun in the cabin of the May- 
flower, was slowly effected during the next century and a half, 
and the revolution was only the broad red seal of the document that 
legalized that separation. Nevertheless, we are in danger of finding 
ourselves in a condition similar to that of France, but in our case 
not from revolution but from immigration and emigration. One- 
third of our population consists of immigrants and the descendants of 
people who came to this country after 1840; and if we add to that 
list the negro population, we find that nearly one-half of the people 
of the United States have little or no organic connection with the 
founders of this nation and the men and women who participated in 
its birth struggles, and guarded its infancy. 

It has been said that patriotism is proportionate with the owner- 
ship of the land by the people. We have now reached a point where 
the proportion of the people who own land to the whole population 
is on the decrease. That would be a very serious condition if it 
were not for the fact that patriotism which is dependent upon the 
ownership of land is apt to be unintelligent patriotism, and also that 
it is possible to create a patriotism which is not dependent upon 
real estate, but is the result of an appreciation of the cost and value 



VIU THE GRANT FAMILY. 

of our liberties and institutions. There are two ways in which 
genealogy may stimulate the growth of such intelligent patriotism. 

It will be a real help if we can come to understand more fully the 
conditions of life in the colonial period, and also the political ideas 
and necessities that developed the American State. The history of 
Europe is largely a history of kings and emperors, what might be 
called the family history of monarchs. But young America had no 
royal family, and so its history is the history of families, — families 
uniting to form villages, and villages uniting for common defense, 
and so growing into states. But back of all the town history and 
the colony policy lies the family life of John Smith, Peter Brown, 
and Matthew Grant. Now no one can get at the real history and con- 
ditions of the colonies without studying family histor}^; and so no 
one can study family history without learning of the real inner and 
creative life of the colonies. The very difficulty of tracing a family 
across the Atlantic is eloquent of the change that their transplanting 
wrought in the social condition of the emigrants. Again, the fact 
that for generations scarcely a marriage took place between the in- 
habitants of two little New England towns but a few miles apart re- 
veals a part of the reason for the intense jealousy with which local 
rights were guarded, and which showed itself in the strong anti- 
national sentiment, as well as in the maintenance of two and even 
three capitals in some of the states. 

The other way in which genealogy developes intelligent patriotism 
is more direct and personal. Many of us know in a general way 
that our ancestors lived in this country during the colonial period ; 
and because our knowledge is general and vague it has but little 
influence upon us. But when we learn that one of our ancestors 
helped to found a state, that another was fence viewer in a New 
England town, and that a third participated in the final struggle for 
political liberty, we shall feel a new and personal interest in the 
foundation and early development of this country; and this personal 
interest in the past will grow into a personal interest in the present 
and future development; we shall be ashamed to have our fences 
unworthy of the inspection of the old Puritan, we shall feel a new 
responsibility for the government of the fair cities that our own an- 
cestors founded, and we shall arise to defend anew the liberties for 
which our fathers fought. It is difficult to see how a man who knows 
that in his veins flows the blood of men who set at defiance kings, 
bishops, councils, and royal governors, and seized the rights that were 
refused them, can meekly bow his neck to wear the collar of any 
party boss, or sit inactive while the franchises of city and state are 
being exploited by grasping corporations, whose paid representatives 
sit in council, assembly, and congress. 

From this standpoint the study of genealogy is particularly im- 
portant for the Western states whose local traditions include nothing 
of the early history of the nation. While the danger from foreign 
immigration threatens the East, it is their own emigration that 
menaces the people of the West, whose family history was left be- 
hind in New York or New England. That priceless heritage should 



INTRODUCTION. IX 

be restored to their descendants, so that the West may be indis- 
solubly connected with the organic development of the East. 

One of the most dangerous symptoms of our times is that we are 
beginning to distrust the common people; we think that political, 
social, and even religious leaders should be men of wealth. It is re- 
garded as the height of absurdity to send to the national legislature 
a farmer or a mechanic, and almost as ridiculous to send such a one 
to the legislature in many of our states. The study of genealogy 
would convince most of us that our ancestors were quite every-day 
sort of people, who were more familiar with blacksmithing than with 
Blackstone, and who knew more about raising stock than manipulat- 
ing stocks. Yet those same men worked out a political system that 
was the wonder, and is still the admiration of the world. 

Family history also exerts a very subtle but powerful influence 
upon personal morality. A man who thinks of his ancestors will 
think also of his descendants. He will not want to place the first blot 
upon a clean and honorable family record. He will avoid actions 
that would bring upon him social or business dishonor, and will strive 
to hand down untarnished to children who are worthy to bear it the 
name that in the past has been synonymous with unselfish patriotism 
and personal integrity. 



It will be a surprise to many to learn that nothing is known of the 
origin of our Family. Although numerous writers have stated posi- 
tively that we are descended from the Scotch Clan of Grant, no 
proof has ever been forthcoming. It is true that in several branches 
of the Family there are traditions of Scotch descent, but they are 
vague and contradictory, while in at least one branch there is a par- 
ticularly clear tradition of English origin. None of these tradi- 
tions can be traced to a period earlier than the Revolution, and it is 
probable that the prevalence of our name among the Scotch soldiers 
who came over at that time is responsible for their origin. Few if 
any Scots emigrated to New England as early as 1630, and they 
would have been marked men. On the other hand it is known that 
Matthew Grant sailed from England in a ship that bore a Puritan 
church gathered in the extreme south of England, that he was, or 
soon became, a member of this church, and was one of its most 
prominent members after the removal to Windsor. None of his 
children or grandchildren bore typical Scotch names, and the only 
one in the fifth generation can doubtless be traced to the presence 
of Alexander Allyn (see 152) in Windsor. Instead they bore the 
names then common among English Puritans, and which are still 
borne by a Grant family residing in the south of England. The 
Family Association might well take up the investigation of this 
problem, some clue to which may possibly be found in Matthew 
Grant's diary, long hidden among the papers of the late J. Ham- 
mond Trumbull, of Hartford. 

The only known use of arms was by Samuel Grant (1103) in 1739 
in witnessing a will. Beside his signature is a seal on which is im- 



X THE GRANT FAMILY. 

pressed the following coat of arms : On a chevron between three 
fleur-de-lis, five ermine spots. These are not the arms of any 
Grant family given by Burke; but it is significant that they should 
have been used by the representative of the senior male line, to 
whom any seal ring belonging to Matthew Grant would have been 
most likely to descend. 

Whatever may have been the history of our Family in Europe, its 
record in America has been, with well-nigh unbroken uniformity, one 
in which we may take an honest pride. From his position as surveyor 
in Dorchester and Windsor, and from his own writings, it is evident 
that Matthew Grant had a good education. That he appreciated it is 
proved by the fact that among his descendants only two adults have 
been found who could not write, although this was an accomplish- 
ment often thought unnecessary for women in the colonial period. 
Certain other traits are found generally throughout the Family, 
among which may be noted absolute honesty in word and deed, un- 
flinching tenacity of purpose, and a tendency to r eticence and tinobi^ 
trusi veness. This last trait is partly responsible for the small num- 
ber^ towii offices held by members of the Family during certain 
periods, although their residence at a distance from town centers 
also had an influence, as is evidenced by the fact that when E. 
Windsor was set off from Windsor in 1768, the Family at once as- 
sumed a prominent part in the affairs of the new town. The Family 
has been characterized by a devoted loyalty to American institutions, 
not a royalist being found among them, and many who did not fight in 
the Revolution rendered services of equal value at home; and while 
they fought against each other in the Civil War, it should not be for- 
gotten that those on the side of the South were fighting for one of 
the oldest of American principles, state rights, which they did not 
believe to have been surrendered when the nation was born. There 
have of course been black sheep among us, although the compiler 
has not felt it necessary to uncloset the few skeletons that we have ; 
but Dr. Patterson, whose opinion was based upon a wide knowledge 
of the history of New England families, said that ours was the 
cleanest he knew, and a corroboration of this is found in the fact 
thaTonTy seven illegitimate births§ have come to the knowledge of 
the compiler. 

There is, however, a marked difference in the characteristics of the 
various clans, as is shown by the tables in Appendix DJ. This is 
especially noticeable in the matter of general education, one clan in 
particular being on the verge of illiteracy, while another (Z) is noted 
for its long continued interest in educational matters. Three clans 
suffered to an unusual degree from consumption and one from in- 
temperance, but both these tendencies appear to have been largely 
overcome. Considered geographically, clans A, C, and Z are the 
most widely dispersed, while L and Q are the most concentrated, 
the former in southern New York and the latter in two small dis- 

§They have not been recorded in this volume. 

Xln Appendix D it should have been stated that Table II refers exclusively to adults, ex- 
cept where subscriptions were made in the names of minors. 



INTRODUCTION. XI 

tricts in Connecticut and Ohio; it is quite probable that these two 
clans would be benefited by migration, as too close a nesting of 
families tends ultimately to impair vitality and check development. 
Clan B resides in the South ; it has been noted throughout its history 
for its military achievements, and was at one time the wealthiest 
clan, but suffered severely through the Civil War. K is today 
unquestionably the wealthiest of the larger clans. A, K, L, and Q 
are noted for raising large families, while D and E have narrowly 
escaped extinction, and within a few years the name will have dis- 
appeared in clan H. Clan T abandoned agriculture a century ago, 
apparently forever. In N. Stonington and S. Windsor the land ac- 
quired two centuries ago is still largely owned in the family, while 
in Windsor, Tolland, and Litchfield it has all passed to other hands. 
For two hundred years the great majority of the members of the 
Family were Congregationalists, all of the earliest churches in 
western New England being of that denomination; but now that 
body probably ranks fifth in the number of adherents in our Family, 
being preceded by the Methodist, Baptist, Episcopalian, and Presby- 
terian churches, probably in the order given; most of the members 
of clans L and Y are Methodists, while Baptists are most numerous 
in clan K. 

At the close of the Revolution, a century and a half after the 
settlement of Windsor, the Family was confined within an area 175 
miles long by 85 miles wide (see page 485). Since that time we have 
grown up with the country, or, more literally, forced the country to 
grow up with us, for we have been pioneers in almost every section. 
The Revolution was a powerful stimulus to migration (see page 486) ; 
another wave succeeded the War of 181 2; the Mexican War had a 
similar result, enhanced by the facilities offered by railroads ; and 
the influence of the Civil War in this particular is not yet exhausted. 
For the present distribution of the Family see Appendix E. 

Families, like empires, rise to importance and then decline. Many 
American families have become almost extinct or have passed the 

i zenith of their influence ; but the stock of the old colony founder, 
Matthew Grant, is apparently as vigorous as ever and as capable of 
great achievements in the future as in the past. 



KEY. 



Abbreviations. 



a. — about, 
ae. — aged. 

b. — born. 
Bapt. — Baptist, 
bef. — before, 
bet. — between, 
bp. — baptized, 
bro. — brother, 
bur, — buried, 
ch. — church, 
chil. — children. 
Coll. — college. 

Cong. — Congregational. 

cov. — covenant. 

C. S. A. — Confederate States 

Army, 
d. — died, death, 
dau. — daughter, 
dea. — deacon, 
form. — formerly, 
fr. — from. 
grad. — graduated, 
h. — husband, 
inf. — in infancy. 
J- P. — justice of the peace. 
1. — living. 

m. — married, marriage, 
M. E. — Methodist Episcopal, 
mo. — month. 
N. — North, except in N. B., N. 

H., N. J., N. Y. and N. Y. C. 

(New York City), 
nr. — near, 
p. — page. 
P- E- — Protestant Episcopal. 



Pres. — Presbyterian. 

prob. — probably. 

rem. — removed. 

rep. — representative in state 
legislature. 

res. — resides, resided. 

s. — son. 

Sem. — seminary. 

s. p. — childless. 

tp. — township. 

Univ. — university, 

unm. — unmarried. 

U. S. A. — United States Army. 

U. S. N. — United States Navy. 

w. — wife. 

wid. — widow, widower. 

yr. — year. 

y. — young. 

+ — see next generation for chil- 
dren. 

$ — subscriber. 

* — cannot be found at address 
given. 

f — did not reply to inquiries. 

(?) — doubt of the name or date 
that it follows; when it follows 
a person's number, it indicates 
that there may have been no 
such person. 

( ?) — that the compiler 

suggests the name or date in 
the parenthesis as probable. 

Other abbreviations are in such 
common use as not to need ex- 
planation. 



Numbers. 

The decimal system of numbering is used because it most readily 
exhibits the relationships existing between all the members of the 
family, each person's number containing the numbers of all of his 
direct ancestors, (see the illustration of this on page 481) The fol- 
lowing rules will make this clear: 

xil 



KEY. Xlll 

1. To find a person's parents: Strike off the last figure of his num- 
ber, and look in the preceding- generation on the page indicated in 
the italic line above his name. 

2. To find a person's children: Add a cipher to his number, and 
look in the following generation, remembering that the numbers in 
each generation follow each other in regular order, although they 
are not usually continuous; the clan index on page 564 will be found 
helpful. 

3. To find a number given in Appendix E or Index II : Look for 
it in the generation indicated by the number of figures in the num- 
ber; e.g. 1106,4620, having eight figures would be found in the 
eighth generation, as also would iio6,46iAo, as the letters (which 
are used when there are more than ten children in a family) do not 
count as figures. 

4. To find what relation two persons are to each other: If they 
are in the same generation and the figures are the same except the last 
two they are first cousins, if the last three differ they are second 

cousins, and so on ; e. g. \ ,' ^ [ are third cousins, because 
' ( 1106,4610 ) ' 

they have to go back four generations to reach a common ancestor 
(11 06); if the two persons are in different generations, the relation- 
ship must be found through the parent of the one in the younger 
generation (if they are one generation apart); e. g. 1106,466,10 is 
first cousin once removed to 1106,4626, because his father is first 
cousin to 1106,4626. 

Clans. 

The clan system was adopted for convenience of reference. Each 
clan consists of the descendants of one of the great-grandsons of 
Matthew Grant (i) in the male line whose own male line has been 
perpetuated to the present day. The number of every member of a 
clan has for its first four figures the number of the head of the clan 
{e. g. 1 103): this enables the reader to recognize the clans in the 
fifth and sixth generations where clan headings are not given, on 
account of the presence of many who do not belong to clans [e. g. 
1 1690). It is not improbable that new clans may be discovered {e. g. 
1553)- The system of numbering provides for the insertion of new 
clans or individuals, without changing numbers already assigned. 

Notes. 

Where authorities differ on names and dates the less probable is 
put in parenthesis. 

The residence given is always that of the member of the Family, 
unless otherwise indicated. 

The occupation, offices, church membership, and military service 
given is always that of the husband unless otherwise indicated. 

Names of places are not repeated in the record of an individual, 
but are indicated by their initial letters, unless two places the names 



XIV KEY. 

of which begin with the same letter are mentioned, in which case 
the name is repeated in full, but without repeating the state. In all 
other cases where the state is not mentioned, Connecticut is meant. 

The name "Windsor" is often used when the present town of that 
name is not meant, the old town having been divided at different 
times (see Appendix B). It is frequently impossible to determine 
which part of the old town is meant, but it may be stated that the 
habitat of the Family in Windsor after the death of Matthew Grant 
(i) was chiefly the present towns of S. Windsor and Ellington. A 
similar confusion exists in the case of Stonington and N. Stoning- 
ton, the latter being the principal habitat of clans K and L. Con- 
fusion also exists in the modern records, because members of the 
Family frequently give the name of the town in which they were 
born, etc., instead of the name of the village. 

Prior to 1752 the year began at Mch. 25, and dates between Jan. 
I and Mch. 25 were written thus: 1697/8, that date corresponding to 
1698 by the present system of reckoning. 

Female lines are carried out only one generation until the sixth 
generation is reached, after which they are given as fully as male 
lines. 

Membership in churches, orders, etc. , is not given in the case of 
persons now living. 

Persons born prior to 18 10 may be assumed to have died, unless 
otherwise indicated ; those born since that date are assumed to be 
living unless their death is noted. 

Living persons may be assumed to be unmarried unless their 
marriage is noted. 



THE GRANT FAMILY. 



FIRST GENERATION. 

Matthew Grant (i) b. Oct. 27, 1601; d. Windsor, Dec. 16, 1681; m. 

(i) Nov. 16, 1625, Priscilla [d. W., Apr. 27, 1644, se 43 yrs. 2 

mos.]; m. (2) W. , May 29, 1645, Susanna (Capen or Chapin) Rock- 
well [b. Apr. 5, 1602; d. W., Nov. 14, 1666; wid. of Dea. Wm. 
Rockwell; prob. dau. of Bernard Capen]. On Mch. 20, 1630, he 
embarked with his family on the " Mary and John " at Plymouth, 
Eng. , and reached Boston harbor May 30, 1630. He settled at Dor- 
chester, Mass., and was admitted a freeman May 18, 1631 ; but, with 
many others, he disliked the close union of church and state that 
characterized the colony of Massachusetts Bay, as well as the grow- 
ing tendency to establish the government in the hands of a privi- 
leged class and to minimize the voice of the people in the conduct of 
their own affairs. Accordingly, in Oct. 1635, he went overland to 
the Connecticut River, with the party that prepared for the settle- 
ment of Windsor, although his family probably did not remove to 
Windsor until the following April. There, freed from the trammels 
of a royal charter, he assisted in forming a true democracy, the germ 
from which American political institutions have grown. His lot 
was in the Palisado, next the town lot. This he gave to his son John, 
with whom he spent his declining years. It is said that he was a 
carpenter. He was the first, and for many years the principal, sur- 
veyor; deacon of the first church; recorder (town clerk) 1652-77; 
townsman (selectman) many years, frequently receiving the highest 
number of votes; on the committees to lay out the bounds between 
Windsor and Hartford in 165 1 and 1660, and to view the state of the 
town in 1651 and 1654. The absence of records makes it impossible 
to give a complete list of the offices he held, but he was one of the 
important men of the town. Of him Dr. Stiles says, in his History 
of Ancient Windsor: " Few men, indeed, filled so large a place in 
the early history of Windsor, or filled it so well, as honest Matthew 
Grant ; his name figures in almost every place of trust, and the early 
records of the town show that his duties were always conscientiously 
performed." In 1654 he compiled "A Book of Records of Town 
Ways in Windsor." He was also the compiler of the " Old Church 
Record," which has furnished the basis for the histories of most of 
the families of ancient Windsor. He was a type of the best settlers 
of New England, and left to his descendants an untarnished name 
and the example of an unswerving fidelity to the public trusts com- 
mitted to him, for he quaintly comments on his own work: " I have 
been careful to do nothing on one man's desire."+ 



SECOND GENERATION. 

Children of Mattheiv Grant {p. i) and Priscilla . 

Priscilla Grant (lo) b. Sep. 14, 1626; m. Windsor, Oct. 14, 1747, 
Michael Humphrey [d. Simsbury, bef. Mch. 19, 1695/6; s. of Samuel 

Humphrey and Susanna ]; res. W. ; rem. 1669 to S. ; a 

manufacturer of pitch and tar at S. as early as 1643 ; was engaged in 
mercantile transactions in St. Malo, France, as late as 1662 ; a leliding 
man in civil and ecclesiastical matters; in 1664, as a member of the 
Ch. of Eng., protested against paying taxes for the support of the 
(Cong.) ministry in W. ; dragoon 1667 ; rep. The Humphrey Gene- 
alogy gives more than 7,600 of their descendants. + 

Samuel Grant (11) b. Dorchester, Mass., Nov. 12, 1631 ; d. E. Wind- 
■ tl (i^. sor Hill, Sep. 10, 1718; m. Windsor, May27, 1658, Mary Porter [b. in 

. J.V': England 1638; dau. of John Porter and Anna White]; res. W. ; rem. 

to E. W. H. as early as 1672, where he built a house on the bank of 
the river in the rear of the Theol. Inst.; he afterwards removed to 
the site of the present residence of Hon. Roswell Grant. When 18 
yrs. old he was employed to attend the Conn. River ferry; in 1661 
was employed to shingle the inside roof of the meeting house ; part 
owner of saw-mill ; sealer of measures, lister, constable, surveyor, 
boundgoer many yrs. ; on committee to run bounds bet. W. and 
Simsbury; they joined the ch. at W. 1685, and were members of the 
ch. at E. Windsor in 1700. + 

Tahan Grant (12) b. Dorchester, Mass., Feb. 3, 1633/4; d. E. 
Windsor, May 30, 1693; m. Windsor, Jan. 22, 1662/3, Hannah Pal- 
mer [bp. W., Oct. II, 1640; dau. of Sergt. Nicholas Palmer] ; res. 
W., on the Michael Try lot; rem. before 1680 to E. W. ; blacksmith; 
brander of horses, constable, bailiif ; she owned cov. in the ch at 
W. 1663. + 

Matthew Grant (13) b. Windsor; d. W., Sep. 10, 1639. 

Grant (14) b. Windsor; d. y. ; (according to the records Mat- 
thew Grant had 3 chil. b. in W.). 

John^Grant (15) b. Windsor, Sep. 30, 1642; d. W. July 22, 1684- 
m. W.-, Aug. 2, 1666, Mary Hull [bp. W., Oct, 8, 1648; d. June 29, 
1720; dau. of Josiah Hull and Elizabeth Loomis; m. (2) (prob. as 2d 
w.) Nov. 3, 1686, John Cross, who d. July 23, 1721]; res. W. in the 
homestead, which he enlarged; perambulator, fence viewer, lister, 
constable, collector; in King Philip's War he was ordered, Sep. 6,' 
1676, to take 20 men, and march to the relief of Westfield and Spring- 
field, thus becoming the first military member of the family; they 
owned cov. in the ch. + 



THIRD GENERATION. 

Children of Priscilla Grant {p. 2) and Michael Humphrey. 

John Humphrey (100) b. Windsor, June 7, 1650; d. Jan. 14, 1697/8; 
m. Hannah Griffin [b. July 4, 1649; dau. of Sergt. John Griffin and 
Anna Bancroft] ; res. Simsbury; 7 chil. 

Mary Humphrey (loi) b. Windsor, Oct. 24, 1653; m. Hartford, 
June 16, 1675, John Lewis, of W., who d. Apr. 22, 1713; 6 chil. 

Samuel Humphrey (102) b. Windsor, May 15, 1656; d. Simsbury, 
June 15, 1736; m. Mary Mills [b. Dec. 8, 1662; d. Apr. 4, 1730; dau. 
of Simon Mills and Mary Buell] ; res. S. ; lieut. ; chil. 

Sarah Humphrey (103) b. Windsor, Mch. 6, 1658/9; d. Nov. 28, 
1726; m. June 11, 1680, Richard Burnham [b. 1654; d. Apr. 28, 
1731; s. of Thos. Burnham and Anna Wight]; res. Podunk; served 
in the Narragansett expedition 1675; 10 chil. 

Martha Humphrey {104) b. Windsor, Oct. 5, 1663; m. John Shipman. 

Ahigail Humphrey (105) b. Windsor, Mch. 23, 1665/6; d. June 27, 
1697; m. Feb. 12, 1684, Lieut. Benj. Graham, of Hartford. 

Hannah Humphrey (106) b. Windsor, Oct. 21, 1669; m. (as 2d w.) 
Capt. John Bull, of Hartford. 

CJiildren of Sainnel Grant {p. 2) and Mary Porter. 

Samuel Grant (cio) b. Windsor, Apr. 20, 1659; d. May 8, 17 10; m. 
(i) W., Dec. 6, 1683, Anna (or Hannah) Filley [b. W., Aug. 16, 1664; 
d. Apr. 18, 1686; dau. of Samuel Filley and Anna Gillet]; m. (2) 
Stonington, Apr. ir, 1688, Grace Miner [b. S., vSep. 20, 1670; d. 
Apr. 16, 1753, "in 8ist yr. "; dau. of John Miner and Elizabeth 
Booth]; res. E. Windsor Hill; carpenter; owned cider-mill; part 
owner of saw-mill ; wid. kept tavern ; she was a member of the ch. 
at E. W. H., and he owned cov. there, having previously held the 
same relation to the ch. at W. + 

Grant (ill) b. Windsor; d. y. ; (according to the records 

Samuel Grant had 8 chil. b. in W. bef. Aug. 17, 1677). 

John Grant (112) b. Windsor, Apr. 24, 1664; d. W. July 19, 1695; 
m. W., June 5, 1690, Elizabeth Skinner [d. Oct. 9, 1707; m. (2) May 
12, 1697, Joshua Welles, of W., s. of Joshua Welles and Azubah 
Lamson] ; res. E. Windsor. + 

Matthew Grant (113) b. Windsor, Sep. 22, 1666; d. W., Feb. 9, 
1734/5; ni- W., Oct. 29, 1690, Hannah Chapman [b. W., May 3, 
1671; d. Dec. 28, 1752; dau. of Edward Chapman and Elizabeth 
Fox]; res. E. Windsor; in 1720 was part owner of a vessel, and the 
wealthiest man in the town ; one of the company that owned the town 
of Torrington; member of the ch. ; constable, sealer of leather, 
selectman, -y 

Josiah Grant (114) b. Windsor, Mch. 19, 1668; d. Stonington, Mch. 
28, 1732; m. S., July 8, 1696, Rebecca Miner [b. Sep. 1672; d. S., 
Jan. 15, 1746/7; dau. of Capt. Ephraim Miner and Hannah Avery]; 



4: THE GRANT FAMILY. 

res. E. Windsor; rem. 1695 to S. ; they joined the ch. 1699, and were 
dismissed to form the ch. at N. Stonington 1727 ; collector, lister, 
constable, tythingman . + 

Grant (115) b. Windsor; d. y. ; see (m). 

Nathaniel Grant (116) b. Windsor, Apr. 14, 1672; m. W., Oct. 12 
(May 16), 1699, Bethia Warner; res. E. Windsor, where they owned 
cov. 1700; prob. rem. 17 13 to Tolland; rem. 1723-4 to Ellington, 
among the earliest settlers, and res. there 1735; hay ward, collector, 
tythingman. + 

Mary Grant (117) b. Windsor, Jan. 23, 1675/6; d. Aug. 26, 1734; 
m. W., Mch. 13, 1694, Dea. Joseph Skinner [b. Aug. 26, 1669; d. 
May 31, 1729; s. of John Skinner and Mary EastonJ ; res. W. + 

Sarah Grant (118) b. Windsor, Jan. 19, 1678/9; d. 1680. 

Clnldrcn of TaJian Grant [p. 2) and Hannah Palmer. 

Matthew Grant (120) b. Windsor, Jan. 4, 1663/4; d. 1664. 

Tahan Grant (121) b. Windsor, Sep. 27, 1665; d. Apr. 25, 1693; m. 
W., a. 1690, Hannah Bissell [b. W., Jan. 12, 1670/1 ; d. Jan. 27, 
1708/9; dau. of Nathaniel Bissell and Mindwell Moore; m. (2) Na- 
thaniel Bancroft] ; res. W. ; fence viewer, hayward. + 

Hannah Grant (122) b. Windsor, June 8, 1668; m. W., May 11, 
1692, Henry Chapman [b. July 4, 1663; d. Dec. 22, 1713; s. of Ed- 
ward Chapman and Elizabeth Fox].+ 

Thomas Grant (123) b. Windsor, Feb. 20, 1670; d. bef. July 2, 1726; 
m. W.,_Feb. 13, 1695/6, Sarah Pinney [b. W., Oct. 11, 1673; dau. of 
Nathaniel Pinney and Sarah Griswold]; res. W. ; one of the original 
proprietors of Torrington ; blacksmith ; inspector, surveyor. + 

Joseph Grant (124) b. Windsor, May 14, 1673; d. bef. Mch. 11, 
1744/5; m. W., May i, 1701, Mary Warren, who d. Jan. 2, 17 18/9, 
ae a. 37 yrs. ; res. W. ; perhaps also Westfield, Mass. ; sergt., fence 
viewer, surveyor, packer and ganger. + 

Sarah Grant (125) b. Windsor, Sep. 19, 1675; d. Nov. 9, 1755, " ae 
82 yrs. " ; m. W., Oct. 26, 1693, Lieut. Jonathan Ellsworth [b. W. , June 
28 (22, 23), 1669; d. Sep. 13, 1749; s. of Sergt. Josias Ellsworth and 
Elizabeth Holcomb] ; res. W. ; kept tavern and a small store of West 
India goods, etc. ; engaged in many business ventures ; a man of 
sterling good sense, and of such wit and humor that he bore the 
name of " Hector Ellsworth "; perhaps capt. + 

Mary Grant (126) b. Windsor, Oct. 23, 1678; d. W., Mch. 6, 1704/5; 
m. W., Apr. 5 (15), 1703, Sergt. Jas. Eno [b. W., Sep. 23, 1679; d. 
1764; s. of Jas. Eno and Abigail Bissell; m. (2) July 15, 1708, Han- 
nah Phelps (b. Aug. 16, 1684; d. Mch. 1728; dau. of Lieut. Timothy 
Phelps and Mary Griswold)]; res. W. ; wid. rem. to Union. + 

Grant (127) (s.), b. Windsor, Nov. 11, 1680; d. Nov. 14, 1680. 

Children of John Grant {p. 2) and Mary Hull. 

John Grant (150) b. Windsor, Oct. 20, 1670 (167 1); d. inf. 

John Grant (151) b. Windsor, Aug. 6, 1673; d. W., May 17, 1686. 

Mary Grant (152) b. Windsor, Apr. 26, 1674 (1675); d. W., Aug. 6, 
1703, ae 29; m. W. Sep. 21, 1693, Alexander Allyn [d. Aug. 8, 1708; 



THIRD GENERATION. 5 

se 49; m. (2) Dec. 21, 1704, Elizabeth Allyn, dau. of Hon. John 
Allyn]; res. W. ; a Scot; merchant; licensed to sell wine and other 
strong drink, provided he would " not allow any to drink it in his 
house, and that he sell cheaper than others that have licenses"; in 
his will he gave ^15 for building a schoolhouse on the green. + 
Elizabeth Grant (153) b. Windsor, July 10, 1675 (1677); d. W., Dec. 

5, 1724; m. W., Nov. 20, 1707, Thos. Filer [b. W., Jan. 25, 1669/70, 
s. of Zerubbabel Filer and Experience Strong] ; res. W. ; farmer. + 

Abigail Grant (154) b. Windsor, Jan. 27, 1679/80; d. W., Sep. i, 
1722; m. W., Apr. 13, 1704, Samuel Mather [b. 1677-8; d. W., Feb. 

6, 1746; m. (2) iVTay 15, 1723, Hannah Buckland, dau. of Nicholas 
Buckland] ; res. W. ; physician; grad. Harvard Univ. 1698. + 

- Josiah Grant (155) b. Windsor, Jan. 28, 1682 ; d. Litchfield, Feb. 
26, 1762 ; m. (i) W., Mch. 30, 1710, Sarah Cooke [b. W. ; d. W., 
July 30, 17 13; dau. of John Cooke and Sarah Fiske]; m. (2) W. , 
Aug. 4, 1714, Sarah Cook [b. W., Feb. 10, 1690/1; d. L., Feb. 28, 

1777; dau. of Nathaniel Cook and Lydia ]; res. W. ; rem. a. 

1726 to L. ; in W. he was hayward, surveyor, grand juror, fence 
viewer, and tythingman; in L. he was tythingman, lister, sergt., 
surveyor, grand juror, and selectman. + 



FOURTH GENERATION. 

Children of Samuel Grant {p. j) and Ann Filley. 

Sarah Grant (iioo) (name erroneously entered on town and church 
records as Hannah and Anna), b. Windsor, Sep. 2, 1684; 1. 1713; m. 
W., July 19, 1705, Thos, Skinner [b. Nov. 15, 1680; d. Mch. 21, 1761 ; 
s. of John Skinner and Mary Easton]; res. W. + 

Samuel Grant (noi) d. 1686. 

CJiildren of Satnuel Grant {p. j) and Grace Miner. 

Hannah Grant (i 102) b. Windsor, Mch. 28, 1689; d. Westfield, Mass., 
Apr. 27, 1763; m. (i) Thos. Morton [d. E. Windsor, July 19 (20), 

1708; s. of Wm. Morton and Mary ]; m. (2) Quartermaster 

John Moseley [b. Westfield, Aug. 21, 1678; d. Westfield, Aug. 6, 
1752; s. of John Maudsly and Mary Newberry]; res. E. W. and 
Westfield. + 

Samuel Grant (1103) b. Windsor, Sep. 19, 1691 ; d. E. Windsor, Apr. 
7, 1751; m. W., Jan. i, 1718/9, Theophyle Bartlett, who prob. d. E. 
W., Dec. 23, 1775; res. E. W. ; prob. rem. 1713 to Tolland; rem. 
1726 to Bolton (now Vernon), having purchased 500 acres on which 
a large part of Rockville now stands, and 35 acres of which is still in 
the family; returned to W. ; weaver; lister, hayward, surveyor, con- 
stable, tythingman, sergt. + 

Noah Grant (1104) b. Windsor, Dec. (Oct.) 16, 1693; d: Tolland, 
Oct. 10 (16), 1727; m. T., June 12, 17 17, Martha Huntington [b! 
Norwich, Dec. 9, 1696; dau. of John Huntington and Abigail Lath- 
rop; m. (2) Coventry, Jan. 7 (27), 1728/9, Capt. Peter Buell, of C. 
(b. Killmgworth, Dec. 3, 1684; d. Mch. 1769; s. of Rev. Samuel 
Buell and Deborah Griswold)]; rem. to T. 17 13, being one of the 
earliest settlers; his house was on Grant's Hill; wid. rem. to Coven- 
try with chil. ; active member of the ch. at T. ; selectman, lister 
surveyor. + ' ' 

Abigail Grant (1105) b. Windsor, Dec. 18, 1695; d. W., Aug. 22 
1724; m. W., Jan. 9, 17 17/8, Abiel Abbott [b. Aug. 10, 1693; d e' 
Wmdsor, Jan. 21 (22), 1758; s. of Nehemiah Abbot and Abigail 
Lovejoy]; res. E. W. + 

Ephraim Grant (1106) b. Windsor, Aug. (Ji:ly) 24, 1698; d. Dec 
23, 1785; m. (i) Tolland, Aug. 22, 1723, Elizabeth Cady [b. Groton' 
Mch. 5 1 701; d. T., Nov. 8, 1746; dau. of John Cady and Elizabeth 

]; m. (2) T., Sep. 24, 1747, Mrs. Esther Ladd, of Coventry 

who d. T., Nov. 7, 1760; m. (3) T., July 2, 1761, Katharine Meacham 

[1. 1782; dau. of Meacham and Esther Williams]- rem a 

1720 to Grant's Hill, T. ; collector, constable, treasurer many years'- 
ensign 1737, lieut. 1746, capt. 1751.+ 

Qrace Grant (i 107) b. Windsor, Aug. 17, 1701; 1. 1752; m. (John?) 
Bowers. + ^"^ ' 

6 



FOURTH GENERATION. 7 

David Grant (1108) b. Windsor, Dec. 10, 1703; d. Dec. 27, 1791, 
"in 90th yr.";m. W., Dec. 21, 1727, Elizabeth Chapman (1223); 
res. Bloomfield; his chil. were bp. in Hartford, and he bought land 
there 1755; tythingman, surveyor; ensign 1745. + 

Ebenezer Grant (1109) b. Windsor, Oct. 20, 1706; d. Mch. 19, 1797; 
m. (i) W., Nov. 10, 1737, Anne Ellsworth [b. 1712; d. Mch. 20, 
1783; dau, of Lieut. John Ellsworth and Esther White]; m. (2) June 
4, 1784, Jemima (Leavitt) Ellsworth [b. July (Nov.) 9, 1721; d. Feb. 
I, 1790; wid. of Capt. David Ellsworth; dau. of Joshua Leavitt and 

Hannah ]; res. E. Windsor Hill; had the homestead; in 1757 

built the house now occupied by Hon. Roswell Grant (1109,373); 
farmer; engaged in the West India trade as early as 1728; merchant 
as late as 1779, but was ruined by the war; large ship owner and 
builder; innkeeper; grad. Yale Univ. 1726; became the leading 
citizen; clerk of the ch. 1733-67; surveyor many yrs. , dep. sheriff, 
constable, selectman, moderator, grand juror; capt. of train-bands 
1742, 1752; led expedition to Deerfield, 1745; member of Committee 
of Correspondence 1774; on committee to consult in regard to dis- 
posing of lands west of N. Y. 1774; had charge of purchasing and 
forwarding the clothing for the soldiers 1776-7; on committee to 
consider and advise on the articles of confederation proposed by Con- 
gress 1778; Gen. Prescott was imprisoned in his house 177 7.+ 

CJiildreii of John Grant [p. j) and Elizabeth Skinner. 

John Grant (1120) b. Windsor, Mch. 3, 1690/1; d. E. Windsor, Jan. 
16 (17), 1771 ; m. W., Nov. 11, 1714, Mary Chapman (1220); res. E. 
W. ; prob. sojourned a short time at Tolland a. 17 13; fence viewer, 
hayward, tythingman. + 

Elizabeth Grant (1121) b. Windsor, a. 1692; 1. 1708. 

Children of Matthew Grant [p. j) and Hannah Chapman. 

Matthew Grant (1130) b. Windsor, Oct. 22, 1691 ; d. W. , Apr. 19, 17 10. 

Daniel Grant (1131) b. Windsor, Feb. 2, 1692/3; d. E. Windsor, 
Feb. 9, 1740; m. Longmeadow, Mass., Nov. 20 (18), 17 17, Sarah 
Burt, of Springfield, Mass. [b. L., Feb. 18, 1795/6; d. L., Apr. 9, 
1745; dau. of John Burt and Sarah Day]; res. E. W. ; hayward, col- 
lector, sealer of leather. + 

Hannah Grant (1132) b. Windsor, Mch. 9, 1694/5; d. Sep. 17, 1767; 
m. Hartford, Dec, 25, 1712, Thos. Sadd [b. 1691; 1. 1754; s. of John 
Sadd and Hephzibah ( ) Pratt]; res. W. ; tanner; ensign. + 

William Grant (1133) b. Windsor, Jan. 3(23), 1700/1 ; d. May 26, 1701. 

Mary Grant (1134) b. Windsor, Apr. 17, 1702; d. E. Windsor, Jan. 
24, 1780; m. W., June, 1736, Gershom Loomis [b. W., Apr. 9, 1701; 
d. E. W., Dec. 27 (26), 1738; s. of Thos. Loomis and Hannah 
Porter]. + 

Rachel Grant (1135) b. Windsor, Apr. 17, 1704; 1. 1782; m. Sims- 
bury, May 25, 1737, Jas. Moore [b. S., June 6, 1716; 1. 1782; s. of 
Wm. Moore and Damaris ]; 7 chil. 1. 1782. 

William Grant (1136) b. Windsor, June 7, 1706; d. Torrington, Nov. 
10, 1786; m. a. 1727, Sarah Moore [b. W., Sep. 12, 1704; d. T., 



8 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

Mch. 19, 1791; dau. of John Moore and Abigail Strong]; res. W. ; 
rem. a. 1739 to T., settling on the farm now owned by Dea. F. P. 
Hills; shoemaker; part owner of mill; possessed those qualities of 
mind which have characterized the family in nearly all the descend- 
ants: good judgment and fixedness of purpose; fence viewer in W. ; 
she joined the ch. at T. 1744.+ 

Sarah Grant (1137) b. Windsor, July 17, 1708 (1710); d. E. Wind- 
sor, June 12, 1753; m. Sep. 30, 1730, Ensign David Bissell [b. W., Apr. 

3, 1708/9; s. of David Bissell and Ruth Warner; m. (2) Sarah 

(on footstone "Sarah Burt-Williston Bissell"), whod. June 27, 1756, 
in 39th yr. ]; res. W.+ 

CJiildr-cn of JosiaJi Grant {p. /f) and Rebecca Miner. 

Josiah Grant (11 40) b. Stonington, June 17, 1697; d. S., Apr. 30, 
1733; m. S., Nov. 30, 1721, Grace Prentice, who prob. m. (2) N. 
Stonington, Oct. 2, 1734, Theophilus Fitch; wid. joined ch. at N. S. 

I7.S3- + 

John Grant (1141) b. Stonington, Oct. 19, 1698. 

Oliver Grant (1142) b. Stonington, Sept. 3, 1703; d. S., May 4, 1757; 
m. (i) S., May 26, 1726, Bridget Miner [bp. S., Mch. 1711; dau. of 
Joseph Miner, Sr. ; transferred fr. ch. at S. to ch. at N. Stonington 
1727]; m. (2) S., Mch. 18, 1729/30, Silence Williams [b. S., Dec. 18 
(8), 1703; dau. of Ebenezer Williams and Mary Wheeler; joined ch. 
at S. 1728]; res. N. S. ; grand juror, constable, surveyor; quarter- 
master of troop of horse in 8th Regt. 1734; they transferred fr. the 
ch. at S. to ch. at N. S. 1737. + 

Noah Grant (1143) b. Stonington, Jan. 13, 1705/6; d. S., Mch. 2, 

1759; m. (i) Rachel , who joined the N. Stonington ch. with 

him 1730, and was 1. 1732; m. (2) N. S., Jan. 25, 1744/5, Hannah 
Miner; res. N. S. ; tythingman, lister, grand juror, J. P. ; Capt. 4th 
Co., 8th Regt. Trained Bands 1757. + 

Miner Grant (1144) b. Stonington, Aug. 26, 1712; res. S. 1733/4. 
Children of Nathaniel Grant [p. /j) and BetJiia Warner. 

Bethia Grant (1160) b. Windsor, Jan. 17, 1699/1700. 

Ruth Grant (1161) b. Windsor, Feb. 26, 1702/3; m. Booth. 

Nathaniel Grant (1162) b. Windsor, Oct. 18, 1705; settled at Elling- 
ton as early as 1734, and had 3 chil. d. there bef. 1740; fence viewer, 
surveyor; perhaps a member of the Lyme, N. H., Cong. Ch. 1782. + 

Benjamin Grant ( 1 163) b. Windsor, July 8, 1708; d. Lyme, N. H., 
Apr. 17, 1795; m. W., Feb. 10, 1736/7, Anna (Wood) Hunt, of En- 
field [b, Nov. 16, 17 13; d. Nov. 12, 1783; wid. of Joseph Hunt, of 
Somers; sister of Daniel Wood]; res. Ellington as late as 1745; 
rem. bef. 1762 to Bolton; rem. to L. 1768; fence viewer, tything- 
man, lister, and constable in E. ; helped to form the Cong. ch. 1771, 
his name being first on its roll; on alarm list of militia company 
1776; built the first grist-mill in L. + 

Esther Grant (ii64)b. Windsor, Oct. 31, 1710; d. 1804; m. June 
12, 1739, Joseph Ha5^den [b. Haydens, Nov. 17, 1711; d. Feb. 26, 
i78i/2;s. of Samuel Hayden and Anna Holcomb] ; he settled at 
Harwinton as early as 1737. + 



FOURTH GENERATION. 9 

Jonathan Grant (1164A) b. Windsor, Aug. 18, 1713; d. W., Sep. 
10, 1713. 

Jonathan Grant (ii65)b. Windsor, a. 1714; 1. 1795; m. July 9th, 
1741, Mary Ladd, of Tolland [b. Feb. 6, 1720; (prob. d. Ellington, 
May 27, 181 1); dau. of Jonathan Ladd and Susannah Kingsbury]; 
res. E. ; fence viewer, hayward, collector, tythingman, grand juror. + 

Grant (1166) d. y. Ellington, 1723-40. 

Grant (1167) d. y. Ellington, 1723-40. 

Grant (1168) d. y. Ellington; bur. E. Windsor, Aug. 4, 1724. 

Hannah Grant ( 1 169) b. Ellington, a. 1721; d. Aug. 25, 1759, " ae 
perhaps 38 yrs. "; m. Windsor, Oct. 19, 1743, Benj. Brown [b. W., 
Aug. ii, 1 711; s. of Peter Brown and Mary Barber; m. (2) June 12, 
1760, Mrs. Mary Brown, of W. Hartford]. + 

Children of Mary Grant [p. ^) and Josepli Skinner. 

Mary Skinner (1170) b. Windsor, Dec. 26, 1695. 

Joseph Skinner (1171) b. Windsor, Apr. 30, 1698; d. Jan. 19, 1756; 
m. Aug. 2 1, 1 7 18, Esther Drake, who d. Jan., 1756; res. W. ; dea. ; 4 
chil. 

Hannah Skinner (11 72) b. Windsor, Apr. 2, 1700. 

Ann Skinner (11 73) b. Windsor, Oct. 31, 1701. 

Daniel Skinner (11 74) b. Windsor, Apr. i, 1703/4; (prob. d. July 
^3) 1776); m. Mch. 6, 1727/8, Abigail Smith [b. June 22, 1706; d. 
Jan. 18, 1795; (prob. dau. of John Smith and Abigail Rockwell)]; 
res. W. ; 15 chil. 

Elizabeth Skinner (1175) b. Windsor, Oct. 21, 1706. 

Abij ah Skinner (1176) b. Windsor, Apr. 9, 1709; perhaps d. Mch. 
8, 1793- 

Children of TaJian Grant {p. f) and Hannah Bissell. 

Hannah Grant (1210) b. a. 1690; d. Feb. 23, 1765, "in 76th year "; 
m. Windsor, Apr. 3, 1712, Lieut. JohnGaylord [b. W., June 8, 1686; 
d. June 24 (23), 1722; s. of John Gaylord and Mary Clark]. + 

Thomas Grant (1211) b. E. Windsor, Oct. i, 1692; d. E. W., Oct. 
18, 1769; m. Windsor, July 9, 1722, Elizabeth Rockwell [b. Wind- 
sor, Nov. 16, 1695; d. Nov. 8, 1781; bur. Wapping; dau. of Dea. 
Samuel Rockwell and Elizabeth Gaylord] ; res. in north part of Wap- 
ping; known as " Thomas Grant, Jr."; hayward, brander of horses, 
tythingman, collector, capt.+ 

CJiildren of Hannah Grant {p. f) and Henry Chapman. 

Mary Chapman (1220) b. Windsor, Feb. (Jan.) 15, 1692/3; d. E. 
Windsor, Oct. 12, 1762; m. John Grant (1120). 

Edward Chapman (1221) b. Apr. 8, 1695; d. unm. May 17, 1724. 

Hannah Chapman (1222) b. Mch 2, 1699; prob. m. Feb. 20, 1723, 
John Allyn; see (152 1). 

Elizabeth Chapman (1223) b. Apr. 12, 1702; d. Nov. 2, 1775; m. 
David Grant (1108). 

Sarah Chapman (1224) b. Nov. 10, 1706; m. Windsor, Oct. i, 1730, 
Samuel Denslow; see (1232); res. Windsor; 5 chil. 



10 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

Children of Thomas Grant {p. 4) and Sarah Phmey. 

Elena Grant (1230) b. Windsor, Oct. 21, 1696. 

Sarah Grant (1231) b. Windsor, Jan. 8, 1699/1700; d. Groton, Sep. 
17, 1754; m. E. Hampton, N. Y., Oct. i, 1729, Joseph Gardiner [b. 
Gardiner's Id., N. Y., Apr. 22, 1697; d. Groton, May 15, 1752; s. of 
John Gardiner and Mary King] ; res. Groton bef. and after m. ; a 
farmer and trader. (The above is given on the authority of Dr. D. 
W. Patterson ; I incline, however, to differ from him, believing that 
some other Sarah Grant m. Joseph Gardiner; it is said that she was 
a poor girl and took care of the man who afterwards m. her when he 
was ill ; but Thos. Grant was a well-to-do man, and his dau. would 
not have been likely to wander off so far, alone and poor; it is worth 
noting in this connection that Sueton Grant, not a member of the 
Windsor family, m. E. Hampton, N. Y., Jan. 22, 1728/9, Temper- 
ance Talmage, and that there were at that time in New London 
Grants of another family). 

Mary Grant (1232) b. Windsor, May 16, 1702 ; d. W.,May25, 1729; 
m. W., Mch. 7, 1727/8, Samuel Denslow [b. July (May) 14, 1697; s. 
of Samuel Denslow and Patience Gibbs; m. (2) Sarah Chapman 
(1224)].+ 

Jehi el Grant (1233) b. Windsor, June 25, 1705; m. W., Feb. 29, 
1743/4, Abigail Phelps [b. Mansfield, May 13, 1716; 1. 1767; dau. of 
Benj. Phelps and Deborah Temple]; res. W. ; rem. 1730-1 to Litch- 
field, where he res. as late as 1767; blacksmith; lister, inspector, 
surveyor, pound-keeper, brander of horses, constable. 

Thomas Grant (1234) b. Windsor, Oct. 5, 17 10; d. Litchfield, Aug. 
16, 1753; m. L., Dec. 6, 1738, Rachel Buell [b. L., May 22, 1723; 
dau. of Capt. John Buell and Mary Loomis; m. (2) New Milford, 
Dec. 29, 1756, Paul Welch, of N. M.]; rem. to L. as early as 1735; 
sealer of weights and measures, inspector, lister, brander of horses, 
surveyor, lieut. 1749, capt. 1752.+ 

CJiildren of Joseph Grant [p. f) and Mary Warren. 

Tahan Grant (1240) b. Windsor, Feb. 25, 1702/3; prob. d. unm. 
bef. Feb. 17, 1745/6; res. Hadley, Mass., as early as 1738. 

Joseph Grant (1241) b. Windsor, June 29, 1706; d. W.,Dec. 24, 1716. 

Mary Grant (1242) b. Windsor, Sept. 6, 1710; (prob. d. Pittsfield, 
Mass., Jan. 1784); m. (i) Westfield, Mass., Sep. 2, 1731, Moses 
Noble [Id. Westfield, Apr. i, 17 10; d. Southwick, Mass., Jan. 13 (22), 
1771; s. of Luke Noble and Ruth Wright]; m. (2) a. 1772, Hezekiah 
Jones, of P. ; res. Westfield bef. and after m. ; Mr. N. was an inn- 
keeper and member of the ch. at Westfield. + 

Hannah Grant (1243) b. Windsor, Oct. i, 1716; m. Thos. Wells. 

Childreji of Sarah Grant [p. f) and Jonathan EllswortJi. 

Jonathan Ellsworth (1250) b. Windsor, Mch. 11, 1695/6; prob. d. Sep. 
22, 1712. 

Sarah Ellsworth (125 1 ) b. Windsor, Jan. 8, 1698; m. Feb. 9, 1726, 
Josiah Allen. 

John Ellsworth (1252) b. Windsor, 1701; d. 1760. 



FOURTH GENERATION. 11 

Giles Ellsworth (1253) b. Windsor, Aug. 6, 1703; d. Mch. 20, 1768; 
m. Feb. 6, 1728, Hannah Stoughton [d. Dec. 29, 1756, se 51; dau. of 
John Stoughton and Sarah Fitch]; res. W. ; 5 chil. 

Mary Ellsworth (1254) b. Windsor, Mch. i, 1706; [prob. the one 
who d. Feb. i, 1778, "in 71st yr. ," and m. Ensign Isaac Owen (d. 
Jan, 3, 1775, se 72; s. of Isaac Owen and Sarah Holcomb)]. 

Esther Ellsworth (1255) b. Windsor, Mch. 9, 1708. 

David Ellsworth (1256) b. Windsor, Aug. 3 (July 7), 1709; d. Mch. 
5, 1782; m. July 8, 1740, Jemima Leavitt, who m. (2) Ebenezer 
Grant (i 109) ; had quick wit and sound judgment; a selectman nearly 
all his active life; capt. at the siege of Louisburg; 4 chil. 

Hannah Ellsworth (1257) b. Windsor, Sep. 10, 1713; d. Dec. 7, 
1796; m. Apr. 28, 1743, Alex. Allyn [b. Dec. 25, 1718; d. Mch. 3, 
1790; s. of Alex. Allyn (1520)]; res. W. ; merchant. 

Jonathan Ellsworth (1258) b. Windsor, Aug. 22, 1716; d. Apr. 12, 
1775 ; m. Sarah Allyn, who d. Jan. 25, 1807, se 82 ; 3 chil. 

Ann Ellsworth (1259) b. Windsor, Aug. 12, 1719. 

Child of Mary Grant {p. /f) and James Eno. 

James Eno (1260) b. Dec. 30. 1703; d. inf. 

Children of Mary Grant (/. 4) and Alexander Allyn. 

Alexander Allyn (1520) b. Sep. 9, 1695; d. Apr. 2, 1742; m. May 
17, 1716, Hannah Marshall, of Windsor [d. 1772, st 78; prob. dau. 
of John Marshall and Abigail — ]; res. W. ; merchant; 6 chil. 

John Allyn (15 21) b. July 25, 1797; [perhaps m. Feb. 20, 1723, 
Hannah Chapman, prob. (1222), and had 6 chil.]. 

William Allyn (1522) b. Apr. 9, 1701; d. May 16, 1701. 

Mary Allyn (1523) b. June 7, 1702; d. Aug. 7, 1703 (so given by Dr. 
Stiles, but prob. a mistake, as her father left ^400 to his only dau. 
Mary, although he may have had another dau. Mary by his 2d m.). 
Cliildre)i of Elisabeth Grant [p. 5) a)id Thomas Filer. 

Elizabeth Filer (1530) b. Windsor, Aug. 7 (17), 1708. 

Thomas Filer (1531) b. Windsor, Nov. 9, 1709. 

Samuel Filer (1532) b. Windsor, Nov. 6, 1712; d. Aug. 27, 1714. 

Samuel Filer (1533) b. Windsor, Dec. 19, 17 16. 

Children of Abigail Grant {p. 5) and Samnel Mather. 

Eliakim Mather (1540) b. Windsor, Mch. (Feb.) 10, 1704/5; d. Sep. 
24, 1712. 

SamuelMather (1541) b. Windsor, Jan. 6, 1706/7; d. Apr. 29, 
1779; m. Martha Holcomb (Strong?); res. Northampton, Mass., 
where he was the first regular physician; grad. Yale Univ. 1726; se- 
lectman 14 terms, J. P., special justice of Co. court of common pleas; 
6 chil. 

Timothy Mather (1542) b. Windsor, Apr. 3, 17 10; d. Apr. 6, 1752; 
m- 1733-34. Sarah Marshall [prob. b. Jan. 29, 1710/1; d. Apr. 26, 
1800, "ae88"; dau. of Eliakim Marshall and Sarah Leet]; res. W. ; 
4 chil. 

Abigail Mather (1543) b. Windsor, Sep. i, 1714. 

Nathaniel Mather (1544) b. Windsor, Aug. 8, 1716; d. W., Aug. 3, 



12 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

1770; m. 1739, Elizabeth AUyn, who perhaps d. May 7, 1791, se 88; 
res. W. ; farmer; 14 chil. ; (lines of descent through their sons Chas.§ 
and Elijah J are given below.) 

Joseph Mather (1545) b. Windsor, May 31, 1718; d. Dec. 27, 1732. 

Charles Mather (1546) b, Windsor, Feb. 16, 1719/20; d. July 9, 1736. 

Abigail Mather (1547) b. Windsor, Mch. 6, 1721; d. June 9, 1741; 
m. Feb. 27, 1739/40, Capt. Gideon Wolcott [b. 1712; d. June 5 (3), 
1 761 ; s, of Lieut. Henry Wolcott and Rachel Talcott; m. (2) Naomi 
Olmstead (b. Mch. i, 1721; d. Nov. 7, 1775; dau. of Dea. Joseph 
Olmstead and Hannah Marsh)]; res. S, Windsor; he was one of 
nature's noblemen; capt. in French and Indian War; i dau. 
Children of JosiaJi Grant [p. 5) and Sarah Cooke. 

Josiah Grant (1550) b. Windsor, Jan. 22, 1710/1; d. Litchfield, 
Nov. 15, 1789;- m. Woodbury, Dec. 11, 1735, Sarah Baker [(per- 
haps bp. Woodbury, Oct. 1715; dau. of John Baker); prob. d. Mch. 
25, 1785]; res. L. ; tythingman, selectman, school committee, sur- 
veyor, lister. + 

Sarah Grant (15 51) b. Windsor, Mch. 11, 171 1/2; m. (i) Litchfield, 
Jan. 1 730/1, Elisha Peck [b. 1704; d. bef. Sep. 20, 1738; s. of Paul 
Peck and Leah Merry]; m. (2) L., Nov. 15, 1739, Lieut. Joshua 
Smith, s, of Nathaniel Smith; res. L.+ 

Mary Grant (1552) b. Windsor, July 20, 1713; 1. 1763; m. Litch- 
field, Apr. 28, 1737, Daniel Allen, s. of Samuel Allen and Mercy 

; m. (2) bef. May 10, 1763, Hosford.+ 

Children of Josiah Grant {p. 5) and Sarah Cook. 

John Grant (1553) b. Windsor, May 17, 1715; d. Sep. 16, 1753; 
bur. Westfield, N. J. ; grad. Yale Univ. 1741 (being the first of the 
family to attend college); ordained Sep., 1746, by the Presbytery of 
N. Y. ; supplied for a brief period at Rahway, N. J. ; pastor of Pres. 
ch. at Westfield 1750-3, his ministry there being one of peace after 
years of strife. + 

Increase Grant (1554) b. Windsor, Feb 13, 1716/7; d. Litchfield, 
1793 (will proved Nov. 11, 1801); m. (i) L., Feb, 19, 1745/6, Ann 
Hosford, dau. of Dea. Nathaniel Hosford and Mary Phelps; m. (2) 
a. 1786, Mindwell (Lyman) Strong [b. Northampton, Mass., July 13, 
1714; 1. 1791; wid. of Jacob Strong, Jr.; dau. of Dea. Ebenezer 

§Dr. Chas. Mather, b. Sep. 26, 1742; d. June 3, 1822; m. Feb. 26, 1764, Rhoda Mosely; res. 
Windsor and Hartford; had 

Rhoda Mather, b. Feb. 17, 1767 ; d. Nov. 26, 1847 ; m. (as 2d w.) Oct. 7, 1798, Maj. Daniel 
Jones; had 

Rev. Henry Jones, b. Oct. 15, 1801; d. Nov. 9, 1878 ; m. Sep. 5, 1825, Eliza Steel Webster ; res. 
Bridgeport ; had 

Emily Ellsworth Jones, b.Nov. 8, 1827 ; d. July 28, 1869; m. Oct. 30, 1850, Daniel Jones Day; had 

Robert Webster Day, b. Oct. 9, 1854 ; tn. May 15, 1878, Helene Lenard West ; res. Buffalo, N. 
Y., (23 Norwood Av.) I. 

JElijah Mather, b. Windsor, Dec. i, 1743 ; d. W., Dec. n, 1796 ; m. W., 1767, Mary Strong ; had 

Elijah Mather, b. Windsor, Dec. 17, 1768; d. W., Sep. 27, 1798; m. W., Nov. 7, 1790, Jerusha 
Roberts [b. W., Aug 17, 1769 ; d. W., Dec. 26, 1830; daughter of Jas. Roberts and Jerusha Tal- 
cott] ; res. W.; farmer; had 

Timothy Mather, b. Windsor, July i, 1793 ; d. Suflfield, Apr. 29, 1869; m. E. Windsor, Mch. 
4, 1817, Frances Olcott [b. E. W., Apr. 26, 1795 ; d. S., Apr., 27, 1877 ; dau. of Asahel Olcott and 
Sarah Mather] ; res. Windsor Locks and S.; cloth dresser ; had 

Horace E. Mather, b. Windsor Locks, Nov. 28, 1827; m. Suffield, Dec. 27, 1853, Mary A. Bis- 
sell [b. S., Sep. 28, 1828 ; d. Hartford, Mch. 7, 1889 ; dau. of Dr. Asaph L. Bissell and Lucy 
Nortonl ; res. H. (747 Asylum Av.) ; genealogist; form, merchant ; author of the Mather 
Genealogy; dea.; member of Common Council; 3 chil. 



I 



FOURTH GENERATION. 13 

Lyman and Experience Pomeroy] ; res. L., on the edge of Torring- 
ton; with 2d w. joined ch. at T. a. 1786; dea. , tythingman. + 

Elijah Grant (1554A) b. Windsor, June 22, 17 19; d. Aug. 13, 1724. 

Huldah Grant (1555) b. Windsor, May 25, 1721; 1. 1763; d. bef. 
Mch. 24, 1777; m. John Crane, who was 1. 1763; chil. 

Ebenezer Grant (1556) b. Windsor, Mch. 2, 1723/4; d. Litchfield, 
bet. June 24 and July 9, 1765; m. (i) L., Nov. 18, 1747, Martha 
Hill [d. L., May 20, 1764; (prob, b. Goshen, Feb. 17, 1724; dau. of 
Ebenezer Hill and Martha Dibble)] ; m. (2) Mrs. Mindwell Hosford 
[(prob. the one who d. Oct. 18, 1800, in 76th yr. , and is bur. Poult- 
ney, Vt. ) ; wid. of Isaac Hosford, of L.]; res. L. ; wid. res. Torring- 
ton, 1781, (prob. Sandisfield, Mass., 1784), P. 1797; collector, grand 
juror. + 

Jerusha Grant (1557) b. Windsor, Jan. i, 1725/6; d. Litchfield, 
Nov. 21, 1736. 

Elijah Grant (1558) b. Litchfield, Apr. 28, 1728; d. Norfolk, Aug. 
7, 1798; m. Amity, Mch. 10, 1755, Mary Andrews, who d. N., Dec. 
II, 1821; res. L. ; rem. 1761 to Grantville; selectman, rep. + 

Anna Grant (1559) b. Litchfield, May 30, 1730; 1. 1777, unm. ; prob. 
d. bet. Mch. 22 and Apr. 5, 1784; tradition says tliat she was en- 
gaged to a heartless wretch named Culver, who came to her father's 
house on a Saturday night and arranged for their publishment at ch. 
the next day; she went to the meeting, expecting to hear it, but 
went home hopelessly insane, for it contained the name of another 
woman, whom Culver married. 



FIFTH GENERATION. 

Children of Sarah Grant {p. 6) and Thomas Skinner. 

Thomas Skinner (nooo) b.May i, 1706; perhaps d. Oct 10, 1781; m. 

Ann , who d. Oct 20, 1753, in 47th yr. ; perhaps had 2d w, 

who d. Sep. 10, 1772. 

Noah Skinner (iiooi) b. Feb. 27, 1707/8; res. Windsor; i s. 

Ezekiel Skinner (11002) b. June 26, 1710; d. Dec. 26, 1726. 

Anna Skinner (11003) b. Aug. 12, 1712; d. Nov. 23, 1748; m. June 
19 (17), 1734, Sergt. Jonah Loomis [b. Apr. i, 1705; d. Nov. 23 (24), 
1763; s. of Hezekiah Loomis and Mary Porter]; res. E. Windsor; 8 
chil. 

Ashbel Skinner (i 1004) b. Mch. 6, 1716. 

CJiildrcn of HannaJi Grant ( /. 6) and TJionias Morton. 

Hannah Morton (11020) b. Mch. 14, 1706/7; d. in or nr. Sheffield, 
Mass., Sep. 10, 1776; (prob. m, Westfield, Mass., Aug. 8, 1727, Dr. 
Ebenezer Fletcher, of W. ; is.). 

Morton (11021) (s.), bur. Mch. 4, 1709. 

CJiildrcn of Hannah Grant {p. 6) and John Moseley. 

Margaret Moseley (11022) b. Westfield, Mass., June 2, 17 14. 

Ann Moseley (11023) b. Westfield, Mass., Oct. 8, 17 17. 

Eunice Moseley (11024) b. Westfield, Mass., Mar. i, 1720. 

Sarah Moseley (11025) b. Westfield, Mass., Nov. i, 1722. 

John Moseley (11026) b. Westfield, Mass., July 25, 1725. 

Azariah Moseley (11027) b. Westfield, Mass., Aug. 7, 1728. 

Noah Moseley (11028) b. Westfield, Mass., May i, 1733; d. W., May 
24, 1735- 

Children of Samuel Grant [p. 6) and Theophyle Bartlett. 

Abigail Grant (11030) b. Windsor, a. 1719; 1. 1784; m. (i) a. 1743, 
Joseph Prentice [b. Woodbury, Jan. 20, 17 14/5; s. of Valentine 
Prentice and Abigail Walker]; m. (2) Amos Root; res. Woodbury, 
1758.+ 

Samuel Grant (11 031) b. Windsor, Nov. 30, 1720; d. s. p. bef. Dec. 

3, 1751- 

Azariah Grant (11032) b. E. Windsor, a. 1722; d. E. W., Apr. 17 
(16), 1798, ae 76 yrs. ; m. (i) Windsor, July 6, 1749, Abigail 

Beaman, who d. E. W., Feb. 26 (19), 1763; m. (2) Eunice , 

who d. Feb. 19, 1784; m. (3) E. W., Oct. 26, 1786, Mary (Benton) 
White [b. Sep. 15, 1741; d. Winsted, Dec. 3, 1800; wid. of George 
White]; res. E. Windsor Hill, in the house which stood next north 
of the homestead; member of the ch. at E. W. H. ; fence viewer, 
packer of tobacco 1754-83, tythingman, grand juror, hayward, 
pound-keeper. + 

Aaron Grant (11033) b. E. Windsor, Dec. 12, 1724; d. E. W., Jan. 
31, 1804; m. (i) E. W., May 30, 1751, Mabel Easton, who d. E. W., 

H 



FIFTH GENERATION. 15 

Oct. 28 (7), 1767, and was prob. of English birth; m. (2) Dec. 22, 
1767, Theodosia (bp. God's Gift and called Eudocia on E. W. ch. 
record) (Bull) Pitkin [b. Milford, Feb. 4, 1724/5; d. E. W., Feb. 
(Mch.) 17, 1788 (1787); wid. of Ozias Pitkin, of Hartford; dau. of 
Benedict Bull and Sibella Bryan] ; res. E. Windsor Hill, in the 
house opposite the homestead ; carpenter and farmer; grand juror, 
key-keeper, tvthingman, inspector; they owned cov. in the ch. at 
E. W., 1787. + 

Gideon Grant (11034) b. E. Windsor, a. 1726; d. Wapping, Apr. 
13, 1821, " ae 94 yrs.";m. (i) a. 1752, Mehetabel Bowers (11070); 

m. (2) Abigail , who was 1. 1787; m. (3) Ruth [d. Oct. 

23, 1819, ae 90 yrs. ; bur. W.]; res W. ; fence viewer, tythingman, 
grand juror; member of the ch. at E. W. + 

Abiel Grant (11035) b. E. Windsor, Apr. 12, 1729; d. E. W., May 
28, 1762; m. (i) Windsor, May 26, 1754, Elizabeth Loomis [b. W., 
Dec. 30, 1732; d. E. W., July 15, 1759; dau, of Moses Loomis 
and Elizabeth Bidwell]; m. (2) Mary Wolcott [b. Dec. 9, 1736; dau. 
of John Wolcott and Mary Hawley] ; res. W. + 

Ozias Grant (11 036) b. E. Windsor, 1733; d. Rockville, May 22, 
1823; m. Windsor, June 30, 1761, Lorana Strong [b. Windsor, Feb. 8, 
1739/40; d. Bolton, June 25, 181 7; dau. of John Strong and Hephzi- 
bah Wolcott]; res. W., rem, 1761 to Vernon, just S. of Ellington; 
farmer; had grist and saw-mills; pressed into the English army, 
and took part in the Quebec campaign ; marched on the Lexing- 
ton alarm ; a large, stalwart man, of simple and quaint manners, 
and given to queer speeches. + 

Alexander Grant (11037) b. Dec. 12, 1735; d. Apr. 26, 1801 ; bur. 
Westfield, Mass.; m. (i) 1768, Thankful Lyman [d. Sep. 9, 1770, in 
28th yr. ; bur. W, ; dau. of Gad Lyman, of Northampton, Mass.]; m. 
(2) W., Nov, 2, 1771, Miriam (Sexton) Bliss, of Springfield, Mass. 
[b. Mch. 19, 1738; d. W., Dec. 20, 1799; dau. of Judge Sexton, of 
Enfield; m. (i) Dec. 6, 1757, David Bliss (b. Dec. 19, 1722; d. Dec. 
12, 1760; s. of Wm. Bliss and Margaret Lombard)]; res. E. Wind- 
sor; rem. 1 761-4 to Westfield, his house being next to that now oc- 
cupied by Mr. Frank Grant; joiner. + 

Elizabeth Grant (11038) d. E. Windsor, Apr. 21, 1801 ; m. Wind- 
sor, Apr. 20, 1755, Sergt. Nathaniel Strong, of W. [b. Sep. i, 1712; 
d. E. W., Dec. 5, 1795; s. of Jacob Strong and Abigail (Bissell ?); 
m. (i) June 2, 1747, Rachel Stoughton (b. Aug. 23, 1711; d. June 
16, 1750; dau. of John Stoughton and Sarah Fitch)]; res. E. W.+ 
Cliildren of Noah Grant {/>. 6) and Mart J la Huntington. 

Noah Grant (11040) b. Tolland, July 12, 17 18; m. T., Nov. 5, 1746, 
Susannah Delano [b. T., June 23, 1724; d. Coventry (perhaps Aug. 
16, 1806, " ae 84"); dau. Jonathan Delano, of T.]; res. C. ; rem. a. 
1746 to T., and a. 1750 back to C. ; served in the French and Indian 
War at Lake George; lieut. 1755; Capt. 7th Co., 2d Regt. , 1756, in 
which yr. he received from the Conn. Assembly a gratuity for 
"extraordinary services and good conduct in ranging and scout- 
ing"; on such an expedition he set out from Ft. William Henry, 



16 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

Sep. 20, 1756, and never returned; although the muster roll of his 
Co. calls him "dead Sep. 20th," there was evidently no proof of his 
death, for letters of administration were not granted to his widow 
until 1 7 74.+ 

Adoniram Grant (11041) b. Tolland, Feb. 27, 1721; d. T., Jan. 30, 
1783; m. T., Oct. 8, 1747, Mercy West, of T. [d. T., July 25, 1806, ae 
81, (called Mary in administration proceedings, but Mercy atd.)]; res. 
T. ; on committee to provide soldiers with clothing 1777; surveyor, 
tythingman. + 

Solomon Grant (11042) b. Tolland, Jan. 29, 1723; d. unm. in a fight 
with Indians nr. Williamstown, Mass., June 25 (15), 1756; res. Cov- 
entry; served in the French and Indian War 1755-6; 2d Lieut. 4th 
Co., 3d Regt., 1756; left ^200 to the Second vSociety in C. for the 
benefit of the school. 

Martha Grant (11043) b. Tolland, June 9, 1726; m. Coventry, Sep. 
17, 1750, Rufus Price; he bought land in T. 1779. + 

CJiildren of Abigail Grant {p. 6) and Abiel Abbott. 

Abigail Abbott (11 050) b. Nov. 25, 17 18; m. Hon. Wm. Wolcott; 
res. E. Windsor; 4 chil. 

Ann Abbott (11051) b. Aug. 3, 1721; d. Aug. 21, 1803; m. Daniel 
Mosely, of Westfield, Mass., who d. Mch. 6, 1777, ae 64; 3 chil. 

Abiel Abbott (i 105 2) b. June 14, 1724; d. Feb. 4, 1762; m. Try- 
phena, dau. of Peter Mills; res. E. Windsor; 2 chil. 

Children of EpJiraivi Grant {p. 6) and Elisabeth Cady. 

Grace Grant (11060) b. Tolland, Jan. 14, 1724; d. T., Apr. 25 (7), 
1756; m. T., Aug. 5, 1740 (Nov. 7, 1739), Josiah Goodrich [b. Aug. 
22, 1717; d. Jan. 25, 1806; s. of Josiah Goodrich and Sarah Porter; 
m. (2) June 30, 1756, Mrs. Mary Porter]; res. T. + 

Ephraim Grant (11061) b. Tolland, Apr. 27, 1726; d. T., Mch. 13, 
1800; m. T., Dec. 13, 1748, Mary West [b. T., Sep. 17, 1732; 1. 
1776; dau. of Hon. Zebulon West and Mary Delano]; res. T. ; lieut. 
1770, 1774-5; Capt. I St Co. 22d Regt. 1776; lister.+ 

Children of EpJiraini Grant {p. 6) a)id Esther ( — ) Ladd. 
Eleazer Grant (11062), b. Tolland, June 24 (25), 1748; d. Mch. 13, 
1806 ; m. (i) Nov. 12, 1767, Mary Lathrop [b. 1749 ; d. Apr. 20, 1 793] ; 
m. (2) Coventry, Nov. 4, 1793, Esther Rose, of C., who prob. d. C, 
Oct. 7, 1828, ae 75; res. Pittsfield, Mass., 1772-5, his w. joining the 
ch. there 1772, when his family numbered 9 persons; rem. 1775-7 
to New Lebanon, N. Y. ; Quartermaster 17th Regt. N, Y. Militia; 
2d Lieut. 5th Co., 2d Regt. N. Y. Line; Capt. Grant was on a com- 
mittee to draw up a remonstrance against a portion of the new state 
constitution; member of the committee of safety 1778; collector, 
poormastcr, assessor, moderator, commissioner of highways, J. P. 
many yrs. , fence viewer, supervisor ; on committee of correspondence 
to "preserve the free exercise and enjoyment of the inestimable 
right of suffrage" 1792; an important and influential man; one of 
the minority in the town who did not become Shakers; before him 
was brought on a charge of vagrancy Ann Lee, the founder of the 



FIFTH GENERATION. 17 

sect, who told him that she would soon hold meetings in his house; 
not long afterwards she bought the house through a third party, 
came dancing down the hill with her followers, took possession and 
held a meeting, and the next day demolished the house. + 

Esther Grant (11063) b. Tolland, Mch. 5, 1750; d. T., Feb. 20, 1771; 
m. T., Dec. 14, 1769 (1765), Dr. Samuel Cobb [b. T., Aug. 2, 1746; 
s. of Samuel Cobb and Mary Hinckley; m. (2) T., Dec. 16, 1773, 
Ann Steel]. + 

Elisha Grant (11064) b. Tolland, Mch. 14 (24), 1752; m. Stock- 
bridge, Mass., June 9, 1774, Mary West, of S., who was 1. 1800; 
res. Lee, Mass.; left there a. 1801; farmer; hogreave, surveyor, 
fence viewer, field driver; prob. the one who was private in 4th 
Conn. Regt. 1775. + 

Eunice Grant (11065) b. Tolland, Apr. 5, 1754; 1. 1788; m. (i) 
Coventry, Apr. 14, 1772, Daniel Pomroy, Jr. ; m. (2) bef. 1782, 
Risley. + 

Ebenezer Grant (11066) b. Tolland, Aug. i (2), 1756; d. T., Nov. 
18, 1803; m. (i) T., Apr. 22, 1779, Phebe Edgerton, who d. T., 
Sep. 29, 1780; m. (2) Jan. 24 (29), 1782, Juliana Pearce [d. T., Dec. 
^7> 1783; prob. dau. of Samuel Pearce and Esther Wiley] ; m. (3) 
T., Dec. 23, 1784, Edna Lathrop [b. T., Feb. 15, 1763; d. T., Oct. 

27, 1836; dau. of Hope Lathrop and Hannah Hubbard]; res. T., 
private in 5th Co. 2d Regt. 1775; collector, tythingman, surveyor, 
grand juror, lister. + 

CJiildrcn of EpJiraim Grant {p. 6) and KatJiarine MeacJiam. 

Katharine Grant (11067) b. Tolland, Dec. 28, 1762; d. T. , Jan. 29, 
1763. 

Joseph Grant (11068) b. Tolland, Feb. 27, 1764; d. T., Jan. 10, 1779. 
Children of Grace Grant [p. 6) and {John f) Bowers. 

Mehetabel Bowers (11070) d. Feb. 20, 1776, in48thyear; bur. Wap- 
ping; m. Gideon Grant (11034). 

John Bowers (11071) 1. 1765; (prob. m. Catharine , and res. 

E. Windsor as late as 1797). 

Children of David Grant (/. 7) and ElizabetJi Chapman. 

Elijah Grant (i 1080) b. Windsor, May 8, 1729; d. W.,Aug. 14,1749. 

David Grant (11081) b. Windsor, June 8, 1734; d. Bloomfield, June 
14 or 15, 1748. 

Ashbel Grant (11082) b. Windsor, Aug. 20, 1737; d. "Jan. 6 (June 
8), 1774" (but letters of administration on his estate were granted 
Aug. 15,, 1773); rn. W., Mch. 29, 1764, Elizabeth Chapman [b. Sep. 

28, 1744; d. W., Sep. 30, 1807; dau. of Henry Chapman and Mary 
Dibble]; res. W. + 

Children of Ebenezer Grant {p. 7) and Ann Ellsworth. 
Ann Grant (i 1090) b. Windsor, Nov. 18, 1739; d. W., Oct. 21, 1747 
Eunice Grant (i io9i)b. Windsor, Oct. 21, 1741 ; d. W., Oct. 28, 1747 
Ebenezer Grant (i 1092) b. Windsor, Apr. 24, 1744; d.W., Dec. 4, 1747 
Roswell Grant (11093) b. E. Windsor, Mch. 9, 1745/6; d. E. W. 
Dec. 31, 1834; m. E. W., Aug. 20, 1783, Fluvia Wolcott [b. E. W. 



18 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

Jan. 5, 1754; d. E. W., May 23, 1827; dau. of Gen. Erastus Wolcott 
and Jerusha Wolcott] ; res. E. Windsor Hill in the homestead ; 
merchant; gra.d. Yale Univ. . 1 1.6 q : clerk and treas. of the ch. ; prob. 
commanded the " Connecticut '"m^e affair on Lake Champlain, 1776; 
Capt. ist Co. 19th Regt. 1777, ist Battalion 1778; on committee to 
enlist men for the army 1780; commissary of prisoners 1780-2, 500 
being committed to his charge at E. W. ; paymaster, ist Brigade, 
1780-6; judge advocate; Lieut. Col. 19th Conn. Regt. 1794; capt. of 
a company of volunteers, 1812; surveyor, lister, collector; rep., J. 
P., and moderator many yrs. ; U. S. collector for 5th Dist. of Conn.+ 

Ann Grant (11094) b. Windsor, May 6, 1748; d. Wethersfield, 
Nov. 14, 1838; m. Dec. 6, 1775, Rev. John Marsh, who d. Wethers- 
field, Sept. 13, 1821; pastor of the First Ch. of Wethersfield. + 

Eunice Grant (i 1095) b. Windsor, Mch. 27, 1752; d. W., Feb. 3, 1754. 

Children of John Grant (/. 7) and Mary CJiapman (/>. g). 

Elizabeth Grant (11 200) b. Windsor, Dec. i, 171 7; 1. 1771; m. 
Henry White. 

John Grant (11 201) b. Windsor, Jan. 1, 17 20/1; d. s. p. E. Wind- 
sor, Dec, 12, 1803 (1802), " ae 80"; bur. Wapping; m. Mary 

[d. Wapping, Apr. 4, 1799; owned cov. in ch. at Windsor 1774]. 

Matthew Grant (11 20 2) b. Windsor, June 27, 1723; d. June 28, 
1800; m. W., Feb. 2, 1749, Hannah Birge [b. W., 1727; dau. of 
Cornelius Birge and Sarah Loomis] ; res. Wapping; Capt. of an E. 
Windsor Co. that marched on the Lexington alarm ; Capt. 4th Co. 
19th Regt. 1775; surveyor, collector, grand juror; owned cov. in the 
ch. at E. Windsor; descendants are said to have Indian blood in their 
veins. + 

Edward Chapman Grant (11203) b. Windsor, Jan. 13, 1725/6; d. 
Wapping, Oct. 30, 181 1 ; m. Windsor, Apr. 4, 1754, Hannah Foster [b. 
Windsor, Oct. 4, 1730; dau. of Sergt. Abraham Foster and Elizabeth 
Moore]; res. Wapping; farmer; ensign of Wapping train-band 1764, 
lieut., capt. 1771; on committee of correspondence 1774; on com- 
mittee to see that the acts of Congress are inviolably kept observed 
1774; surveyor, selectman, lister, inspector. + 

Mary Grant (11204) b. Windsor, Sep. 20, 1728; 1. 1771; m. Matthew 
Sadd (11324). -t- 

Hannah Grant (11 205) b. Windsor, Mch. 7, 1 730/1; 1. 1771; m. 
(Abel }) Foster, who d. bef. Feb. 14, 1771. 

Child of Daniel Grant {p. 7) and Sarah Burt. 
Daniel Grant (11310) b. Windsor, Jan. 26, 1728/9; prob. d. y. 
Children of Hannah Grant {p. y) and Thomas Sadd. 

Matthew Sadd (i 1320) b. Feb. 8, 17 18; d. May 10, 1728. 

Hannah Sadd (11321) b. Dec. 2, 1719; (prob. m. Bissell; if 

so res. E. Windsor 1781). 

Thomas Sadd (i 1322) b. Aug. 3, 1723; d. Apr. 15, 1806, "2684"; 
m. May 31, 1744, Waitstill Rockwell [b. Sep. 6, 1723 (1724); d. May 
20, 1804; dau. of Josiah Rockwell and Rebecca Loomis]; res. Wap- 
ping; dea. ; 10 chil. 



FIFTH GENERATION. lO 

Hephzibah Sadd ([1323) b. Mch. 20, 1725; m. Alexander Gaylord 
(12101); [prob. m. (2) bef, 1765, Azariah Grant; if so both res. E. 
Windsor 1781]. 

Matthew Sadd (11 3 24) b. July 11, 1729; (prob. d. Apr. 17, 1798, 
"se 72 ") ; m. Mary Grant (11204); res. E. Windsor. 

John Sadd (11325) b. Nov. 22, 1734; d. a. 1810; m. Content 
Elmore [d. Dec. 18, 1808, se 64; dau. of Samuel Elmore and Susan- 
nah Gilman]; res. E. Windsor; 13 chil. 

CJiildj-en of Mary Grant {p. 7) and GersJioin Looniis. 

Amasa Loomis (11340) b. Feb. 19, 1737; d. July i, 1793; m. (i) 
July 16, 1763, Hannah Hurlburt [b. a. 1739; d. Oct. 20, 1781; dau. 
of John Hurlburt and Anna Cowl] ; m. (2) Feb. 6, 1783; Mrs. Priscilla 

( ) Birge, who d. Feb. 28, 1815 (1816), se 74; res. E. Windsor; 

capt. , dea. ; 12 chil. 

Loomis (11341) d. Dec. 26, 1738. 

Children of William Grant {p. 7) and Sarah Moore. 

Bathsheba Grant (11360) b. Windsor, Oct. 20 (26), 1728; m. Goshen, 
May 28, 1752, Zimri Hill (perhaps b. Dec. 16, 1725, s. of Benoni 
Hills). + 

Matthew Grant (11361) b. Windsor, Feb. 8, 1730; d. Torrington, 
Jan. 14, 1794; m. T., Nov. 18, 1762, Phebe Forster (Foster), of 
Wallingford, who d, T., Nov. 7, 1777; res. T., in the homestead; 
ensign 1769, lieut. 1771; Lieut, in Capt. Foot's Co., Col. Hooker's 
Regt. , 1777; she owned GOV. 1764. + 

Zeruiah Grant (11362) b. Windsor, Nov. 13, 1731; d. Torrington, 
May 3, 1776; m. T., Oct. 26, 1752, Capt. Amos Willson [s. of John 
Wilson and Mary Marshall; m. (2) T., Aug. 19, 1777, Damaris Bailey, 
of T., who d. T., Jan. 22, 1792, se 48]; res. T. ; he was a merchant. + 

Sarah Grant (11363) b. Windsor, June 8, 1735 ;d. Torrington, May 
19, 1784; m. July 28, 1757, Abner Loomis [b. W., Nov. 26, 1727; d. 
Jan. 18, 1809; s. of Aaron Loomis and Deborah Eggleston; m. (2) 
Chloe Baker, who d. Dec. 3, 1836]; they owned cov. in the ch. at 

T. I757- + 

Tryphena Grant (11364) b. Windsor, Jan. 16, 1737/8; m. Goshen, 
Sep. 6, 1764, Abijah North. + 

William Grant (11365) b. Torrington, Nov. 23 (27), 1741; d. 
Vernon, N. Y., Sep. 6, 1817; m. T., Nov. 18, 1762, Lois Forster 
(Foster), of Wallingford, who d. T., Oct. 25, 1777; res. T., near 
the center of the town, on a farm adjoining the "ministry lot. " + 

Daniel Grant (11366) b. Torrington, Dec. 28, 1743; d. unm. July 
18-25, 1787; res. T. in the homestead; Ensign 5th Co., 4th Regt., 
1775; tax-collector for many yrs., and the only one during the last 
4 yrs. of the war; selectman 1782, 1784; rep. 1782, 1785; a man of 
great financial ability, kind, just, and resolute, all of these qualities 
being needed to accomplish his work as collector during that trying 
period with the least possible hardship to the poor; he left a bushel 
of notes which he ordered burned; established a school fund. He 
had a difference with his brother Matthew, who lived in the same 
house, and for years they did not speak; he would put the tax bill 



20 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

through the key-hole into his brother's room, the latter returning the 
money in the same way. 

Marana Grant (11367) b. Torrington, Jime i, 1746; 1, 1793; m. T., 
Aug. 27, 1767, Capt. Joseph Blake, of T., who diedbef. July 18, 1787.+ 
CJiildrcii of Sarah Grant [p. 8) and David Bissell. 

Archippus Bissell (11370) b. Jan. 23, 1730/1; d. May 20, 1731. 

David Bissell (11371) b. Apr. 27, 1732; d. Dec. 16, 1799; m. 1761, 
Elizabeth Backus, dau. of John Backus, Jr. ; res. E. Windsor; served 
in the 4th Co., 3d Regt., in the Crown Point expedition, 1755 ; Lieut, 
in 4th Conn. Regt. during the Revolution ; 7 chil. 

Sarah Bissell (11372) b. Aug. i, 1734; prob. 1. unm. 1781; res. E. 
Windsor. 

Noadiah Bissell (11373) b. Aug. 17, 1736; d. Feb. i, 1748/9. 

Lucy Bissell (11 374) b. Apr. 23, 1739; d- J^-^- ^9 (20), 1823; m. 
Samuel Webster [d. June 2, 1799, in 62d yr. ; (prob. bp. Apr. 9, 1749; 

s. of Samuel Webster and Elizabeth )]; res. E. Windsor Hill; 

6 chil. 

Daniel Bissell (11375) b. May 3, 1741; d. Dec. 7, 1820; m. Beulah 
, who d. Dec. 30, 1821, ae 79; res. E. Windsor; 3 chil. 

Elisha Bissell (11376) b. Oct. i, 1743; d. May 22, 1808; m. Roxy 
Bissell; res. E. Windsor; 5 chil. 

Rachel Bissell (11377) b. Jan. 8, 1744/5; d. May i, 1755. 

Bissell (11378) (dau.) d. Apr. 26, 1745. 

Rufus Bissell (11379) b. Apr. 3, 1747; d. Apr. 17, 1757. 

Bissell (11379A) d. Feb. 7, 1747/8. 

Children of JosiaJi Grant [p. 8) and Grace Prentice. 

Rebecca Grant (11400) b. Stonington, June 20, 1723; m. N. Ston- 
ington, Apr. 24, 1740, Nathaniel Hewitt. + 

John Grant (11401) b. Stonington, Mch. 4, 1725/6; d. S., Nov. 18, 

1739- 
Lucy Grant (11402) b. Stonington, Dec. 12, 1728; d. inf. 

Lucy Grant (11403) b. Stonington, May 9, 1732; m. N. Stonington, 
Nov. 9, (7), 1750, Caleb Greene, of Westerly, R. I. [prob. b.-W. Mch. 
21, 1729 s. of Benj. Greene and Eleanor Randall]. 

Sarah Grant (11404) b. Stonington, May 9, 1732 ; d. S., May 20, 1737. 
Children of Oliver Grant {p. 8) and Bridget Miner. 

Bridget Miner Grant (11 420) b. Stonington, June 6, 1727; m. S., 
Dec. 4, 1747, Stephen Billing, of S.+ 

Oliver Grant (11421) b. Stonington, July 18 (13), 1729; d. May 22, 
1798; m. S., May 23, 1749, Anna Borodel Billings, of S. [dau. of 
Capt. Ebenezer Billings and Phebe Denisonj; res. N. Stonington; 
farmer; collector, surveyor, grand juror, tythingman, constable, 
treasurer, lister many years; Capt. of Troop of Horse 9th Regt. 1769, 
Capt. 4th Battalion 1776. + 

Children of Oliver Grant [p. 8) and Silence Williams. 

Silence Grant (11422) b. Stonington, Jan. 31, 1731. 

Joshua Grant (11423) b. N. Stonington, Jan. 30, 1732/3; d. N. S., 
May 16, 1788; m. N. S., Nov. 15, 1753, Sarah Breed, of Stonington, 



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FIFTH GENERATION, 21 

[b. N. S., Dec. 28, 1735; d. N. S., July 9, 181 1, "in 77th yr."; dau. 
of John Breed and Mary Prentice] ; res. N. S. ; farmer; tything-man. 

Eunice Grant (11424) b. Stonington, Feb. 23, 1734/5; m. N. Ston- 
ington, May 29, 1755, Collings York [(perhaps b. 1722; s. of Thos. 
York and Mary Brown) ; prob. m. (2) Dec. 11, 1766, Freelove Palmer, 
of Voluntown] ; res. S. + 

Mary Grant (11425) b. Stonington, July 9, 1737. 

Sarah Grant (11426) b. Stonington, Sep. 24, 1739; m. N. Stoning- 
ton, Dec. 25, 1760, Wm. Walworth, of Groton. 

CJiildren of Noah Grant {p. 8) ajid Rachel . 

Noah Grant (11430) b. Stonington, Oct. 9, 1730; d. a. 1744. 

Grant (11431) (dau.) d. se a. 14 yrs. 

Children of Noah Grant {p. 8) and Hannah Mmer. 

Eachel Grant (11432) b. Stonington, Nov. 2, 1745; m. N. Stoning- 
ton, Dec. 6, 1770, Joseph Worden. 

Noah Grant (11433) b. Stonington, Jan. 28, 1747; d. Preston, bef. 
Apr. 8, 1801; m. N. Stonington, Aug. 11, 1771, Mary Palmer, of 
S., who d. Dec. 23, 1840; res. S. ; rem. (prob. 1792-3) to P. ; sea 
captain ; surveyor. + 

Josiah Grant (11434) b. Stonington, Mch. 27, 1749; d. Albany, N. 
Y., June I, 1795; bur. Duanesburgh, N. Y. ; m. (i)S., Aug. 30, 1770, 
Sarah Miner, who died S., Dec. 26, 1780; m. (2) S., Feb. 8, 1784, 
Mrs. Mary (Hewitt) Williams [b. in Conn., Mch. 18 (Nov. 4), 1754; 
d, Freetown, N. Y., Apr. 16, 1834, in 80th yr. ; m. (3) Moses Graves] ; 
res. S. ; started to rem. to central N. Y. + 

John Grant (11435) b. Stonington, Mch. 23, 175 1; d. 1753-4. 

John Grant (ii436)b. Stonington; bp. N. Stonington, July 7, 1754; 
d. Aug. 23, 1824, "ae69yrs. , 10 mos, i day"; m. Hopkinton, R. I., 
Oct. 6, 1776 (1774?), Thankful Lewis, of H., who d. Feb. 13, 1836, 
8682; rem. a. 1798 to Duanesburgh, N. Y., and a. 1799 to Middle- 
town, Del. Co., N. Y, ; merchant and innkeeper; his house is still in 
possession of his descendants, and is the oldest in the town ; in it 
was the first post-office; for many years the town meetings were held 
there, as was also the draft for the War of 1812.+ 

CJiildren of Nathaniel Grant [p. 8). 

Grant (11620) d. Ellington, bef. 1740. 

Grant (11621) d. Ellington, bef. 1740. 

Grant (11622) d. Ellington, bef. 1740. 

Noah Grant§ (11623) rem. to Lyme, N. H., bef. 1773; on roll of 
Militia Co. of L., Dec. 6, 1776. 

Reuben GrantJ (11624) b. Ellington; d. Lyme, N. H., 1839-40; m. 

(i) (Franklin?); m. (2) L., Jan. 1779, Martha Skinner, who 

d. L. ; res. in Conn.; rem. to L. bef. 1774; on roll of the Militia 
Co. of L., Dec. 6, 1776; officer's servant in the Revolution; they 
joined the Cong. ch. 1782; a saintly old man.+ 

Bethiah Grant (11625) b. Ellington, Jan. 21, 1758; d. Lyme, N. H., 
Aug. 3, 1815; m. L., Aug. 1781, Jonathan Franklin [b. Rehoboth, 

SProb. s. of Nathaniel (1162). 

;Grandson of Nathaniel (.n6) and prob. s. of Nathaniel (1162). 



22 THE GRANT FAMILY, 

Mass., Mch. 15, 1753; d. L., Aug. 26, 1843; m. (2) Nov. 22, 1820, 
Mrs. Betsey Wallace, of Heiiniker, N. H., who d. L., Dec. 30, 1823]; 
res. L. ; blacksmith, farmer, surveyor, and largest landholder; dea. 
in Cong. ch. ; proprietor's clerk, J. P., rep., member of governor's 
council. + 

Nathaniel Grant (11626) d. Lyme, N. H., Feb. 24, 1829, ae 68; res. 
L. ; feeble-minded, as a result of fright when a child. 

Sarah Grant (11627) m. Samuel Smith; res. Fairlee, Vt. + 
CJiihircn of Be7ijainin Grant {p. 8) and Anna {Wood) Hunt. 

Benjamin Grant (i 1630) b. Windsor, Dec. 9, 1737; d. Ellington, 
bef. 1740. 

Grant (11631) d. Ellington, bef. 1740. 

Anne Grant (11632) b, Windsor, May 8, 1740; d. July 13, 1755. 

Deliverance Grant (11633) b. Ellington, May 17, 1743; d. Cincinnati, 
O., May 25, 1810; m. (i) Bolton (Windsor), Dec. 7, 1762, Dr. vSamuel 
Cary [b. Scotland (Windham), Conn,, June 13, 1734; d. Lyme, N. 
H., 1784; s. of John Cary and Hannah Thurston]; m. (2) John 
Strong, of Thetford, Vt., who d. bef. 1802; res. E. Windsor; rem. 
1768-9 to L., and in 1802 to C. ; Dr. C. was a physician of high 
standing; grad. Yale Univ. 1755. + 

Benjamin Grant (11634) b. 1745; d. in Canada, May 20, 1776, while 

in the army; m. 1770, Sarah Sloan, who m. (2) Smith, of 

Strafford, Vt. ; rem. bef. 1773 to Lyme, N. H. ; miller; commis- 
sioned Lieut, of 3d Co., 12th N. H. Regt., 1775; members of Cong. 
Ch. of L. 1774; his wid. had perilous experiences with Indians and 
performed daring freaks for her country's cause. + 

Peters Grant (11635) b. Ellington, July 27, 1746; d. Lyme, N. H., 
Apr. 1813; m. L., Anna Bridgman [b, in Conn,; d. L., Dec. 20, 
1827, ae 77]; rem. fr. Conn, to L. bef, 1773; clerk of L, Militia Co. 
1776; sergt. in the Revolution; they joined the Cong. ch. 17 76.+ 

Dorcas Grant (11636) b. Ellington, Mch. 18, 1749; m. Col. Ebenezer 
Green, of Lyme, N. H., who d, L., 1786, and was the first one bur. 
in the new cemetery; res. L.+ 

Miriam Grant (11637) b. Ellington, June 9, 1752; d. Kent, Feb. 14, 
1845; ™- Vernon, Nov. 26, 1772, Samuel Root [b. V., Jan. i, 1751; 
d. Aug. 7, 1822; s. of Asahel Root and Mehetabel Warner]; res. V. ; 
farmer; she was a member of the Cong. Ch. of Lyme, N. H., 1771.+ 

Esther Grant (11638) b. Ellington, Sep. 25, 1754 (1745); d. Thet- 
ford, Vt., June 29, 1824, "ae78"; m. Lyme, N. H., Dec. 1773, 
Timothy Bartholomew [b. Wallingford, Aug. 11, 1745; d. T., Feb. 
20, 1 831; s. of Timothy Bartholomew and Mary Hull]; res. T. ; 
farmer and surveyor; commissioner for sale of confiscated estates 
1780; J. P., rep.; a true gentleman of the old school, famed for his 
uprightness. + 

Cliildrcn of Esther Grant {p. 8) and Joseph Hay den. 

Esther Hayden (11640) b. Harwinton, Apr. 27, 1741. 

Joseph Hayden (11641) b. Harwinton, Dec. 7, 1742; d. May 4, 1807; 
m. Nov. 14, 1766, Mary Hayden [b. 1745; d. Mch. 13, 1813; dau. of 
Wm. Hayden and Mary Hannum]; res. H. ; 6 chil. 



FIFTH GENERATION. 23 

Sarah Hayden (11642) b. Harwinton, Nov. 21, 1743; d. Mch. u, 
1828; bur. Goshen; m. Feb. 25, 1768, Cyprian Webster [b. H., July 
28, 1733; d. H., Apr. 12, 1809; s. of Cyprian Webster and Elizabeth 
Seymour]; res. H. ; town clerk, selectman, rep., dea. 

Samuel Hayden (11643) b. Harwinton, Jan. 6, 1746; d. 1828; m. 
(i) Nov. 15, 1770, Lois Phelps, of Simsbury; m. (2) a. 1788, Lois 
Griswold, of H., who d. 1830; 7 chil. 

Benaiah Hayden (11644) b. Harwinton, Feb. 16, 17 — ; d. Sep. 15, 
1776. 

Children of JonatJian Grant [p. p) and Mary Ladd. 

Mary Grant (11650) b. Ellington, June 23, 1742; 1. 1826; m. Pela- 
tiah Birge [d. Windsor, Nov. 29, 1814 (1815), se 86 (79); s. of Jere- 
miah Birge and Mary Griswold]; res. W. and Windsor Locks. + 

Susannah Grant (11 651) b. Ellington, Sep. 5, 1744; d. bet. 1789 and 
1826; m. Smith. 

Phebe Grant (11652) b. Ellington, Mch. 15, 1747; d. unm. E., Apr. 
7, 1828; res. E. 

Ehoda Grant (i 1653) b. Ellington, Apr. 12, 1749; 1. 1826; m. (i) 
Titus Goodale, who d. bef. Dec. 16, 1777; m. (2) Reuben Porter, 
who d. bef. May 3, 1826; res. Lyme, N. H.; prob. rem. to Elling- 
ton; they joined Cong, ch, at L. 17 75.+ 

Keturah Grant (11654) b. Ellington, Jan. 2, 1752; d. unm. E., 
Mch. 9, 1826; res. E. 

Prudence Grant (11655) b. Ellington, Sep. 15, 1754; m. 

Woolworth; May 3, 1826, the E. Windsor probate court ordered her 
estate distributed to her sisters. 

Grace Grant (11656) b. Ellington, Sep. 27, 1756; d. E. Windsor, 
Feb. 9, 1849; m. E. W., Oct. i, 1778, Asahel Green [b. E. W., June 
19, 1753; d- E. W., Sep. 6, 1838; s. of Barzillai Green and Eunice 
Bissell]; res. E. W.+ 

■^,_i^nna_Grant (11657) b. Ellington, a. 1759; 1. 1826; m. Walter Gus- 
tin, who d. bef. May 3, 1826. 

Rachel Grant (11658) b. Ellington, June 20, 1762; 1. 1826; m. 
Rufus Crane, who d. bef. May 3, 1826. + 

Children of Hannah Grant (/. p) and Benjamin Brown. 

Hannah Brown (11690) b. Mch. 2, 1744/5; prob. d. Oct. 19, 1825. 

Jerusha Brown (11691) b. Nov. 17, 1746; perhaps m. Oct. 6, 1773, 
Calvin Hammond, of Jerico. 

Benjamin Brown (11692) b. Dec. 20, 1748; (prob. m. Abigail , 

who d. Jan. 31, 1809, ae 57); res. Bloomfield; 4 chil. 

Sarah Brown (11693) b. July 4, 1751. 

Joseph Brown (11694) b. May 25, 1753. 

Kezia Brown (11695) bp. Jan. u, 1756. 

Aaron Brown (11 696) bp. Dec. 10, 1758; res. Great Barrington, 
Mass., or Austerlitz, N. Y. 

Children of Hannah Grant {p. p) and John Gaylord. 

John Gaylord (12100) b. Jan. 7, 1713/4; d. a. 1790; m. Mch. 5, 1751, 
Elizabeth Stoughton [b. Jan. 13, 1731 ; bur. May 7, 1801 ; dau. of 



24 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

Lieut. Thos. Stoughton and Mehetabel Lothrop]; res. E. Windsor; 
engaged in shipping with Ebenezer Grant (1109); cattle dealer; 
prominent man; served in French and Indian War and the Revolu- 
tion ; sergt. ; 6 chil. 

Alexander Gaylord (12101) b. Nov. 18, 17 15; d. Nov. 23, 1760; m. 
Feb. 9, 1743/4, Hephzibah Sadd (11 323); res. E. Windsor; lawyer; 
grad. Yale Univ. 1739; ^ chil. 

Ann Gaylord (12102) b. Apr. 6, 1718 (1719); d. Jan, 31 (Feb. 11), 
1803; m. May 17, 1744, Capt. Ebenezer Bliss [b. Windsor, Aug. 17, 
1710; d. Mch. II, 1776; s. of Ebenezer Bliss and Mary Gaylord] ; res. 
E. Windsor; a large land-holder, and part owner of abrigantine; 
an active and influential citizen ; 3 chil. 

Charles Gaylord (12 103) b. 1720; d. Mch. 9, 1799; m. Margaret 

; 3 chil. 

Children of TJiomas Grant [p. p) and Elisabeth Rockivell. 

Elizabeth Grant (12110) b. Windsor, June 8, 1724; d. W., Jan. 9, 
1725/6. 

Samuel Rockwell Grant (121 11) b. E. Windsor, June 30, 1726; d. 
Wapping, Apr. 17, 1796; m. Mabel (called Mehetabel in E. W. ch. 
record) Loomis, of E, W. [d. W., July 26, 1805; dau. of Moses 
Loomis and Elizabeth Bidwell]; res. W. ; innkeeper; they owned 
cov. in the ch. at E. W. ; the 2d Cong. Society of S. Windsor first 
met in his barn; surveyor; lister. + 

William Grant (12112) b. Windsor, Apr. 24, 1728; d. unm. E. 
Windsor, Sep. 18, 1804; res. Wapping; Sergt. of the E. W. Co. 
which marched on the Lexington alarm ; tythingman, surveyor, 
grand juror, selectman; his farm descended to John A. Collins 
(121 1,408). 

Elizabeth Grant (121 13) b. Windsor, Nov. 15, 1730; d. s. p. New 
Britain, May 17, 1782; m, (as 2d w.), Dec. 30, 1772, Col. Isaac Lee, 
of N. B. ; "greatly lamented by her consort and all her acquaint- 
ance." 

Isaac Grant (12 114) b. E, Windsor, Oct. 20, 1734; d. E. W., Sep, 
29, 18 16; m, Colchester, Nov. 1780, Hannah (Treadway) Skinner 
[b. C, 1748; d, E, W,, Sep. 4, 1837; dau. of Jas. Treadway and 
Sarah Munn ; wid. of Timothy Skinner, of Wapping] ; res. Wap- 
ping ; farmer ; was a great reader, and had a large library, which 
was given to the E. W. Theol. Sem. ; Ensign 4th Co. 19th Regt. 1775 ; 
lister, surveyor. + 

Child of Mary Grant {p. id) and Sanmel Denslow. 
Mary Denslow (12320) b. May 23, 1729. 

CJiildren of Thomas Grant {p. id) and Rachel Bnell. 
Friend Grant (12340) b. Litchfield, Sep. 19, 1740; d. unm. L., 1764 
(bef. Aug. 23); res. L. ; grad, Yale Univ, 1761. 

Sarah Grant (12341) b. Litchfield, Aug. 7, 1745; m. New Milford, 
Dec. 2, 1766, Amos Bostwick, of N. M, ; [s. of Daniel Bostwick and 

Hannah Hitchcock; m, (2) ]; res. N. M.+ 

Rachel Grant (12342) b. Litchfield, Feb. 26, 1747/8; d. New Mil- 






FIFTH GENERATION. 25 

ford, 1836; m. 1769, David Northrup [b. N. M., Jan. 27, 1746; s, of 
Amos Northrup and Anna Baldwin]; res. N. M. ; farmer. + 

Anne Grant (12343) b, Litchfield, 1750; m. (i) New Milford, Dec. 
7 (5), 1768, Amos Northrup [b. Dec. 19, 1742; d. Mch. 19, 1779; s. 
of Amos Northrup and Anna Baldwin]; m. (2) Jan. 11, 1780, Thos, 
Wells; res. N, M. ; Mr. N. grad. Yale tJniv. 1762, A. M, 1765 ; served 
in the Revolution. + 

Thomas Grant (12344) b. Litchfield, Mch. 26, 1754; d. New Mil- 
ford, Jan. 8, 1759. 

Cliildren of Mary Grant {p. 16) a?id Moses Noble. 

Reuben Noble (12420) b. Westfield, Mass., June 9, 1732; d. Rupert, 
Vt., a. 1812; m. (i) July 17, 1755, Ann Ferguson of Blandford, Mass., 
who d. a. 1809; m. (2) Mrs. Scovett; 9 chil. 

Ephraim Noble (12421) b. Westfield, Mass., Oct. 29, 1734; prob. d. 
Greene, N. Y., a. 1810; m. Nov. 11, 1765, Hannah Rising [b. Mch. 

10, 1736; dau. of Aaron Rising and Hannah ]; res. Rupert, 

Vt., and Oxford, N. Y. ; 6 chil. 

Mary Noble (12422) b. Westfield, Mass., Jan. 19, 1736/7; d. W., 
Apr. 28, 1830; m. June 22, 1758, Aaron Phelps [b. W., June 20, 
1730; d. Mch. 12, 1789; s. of Aaron Phelps and Rachel Bagg]; 11 chil. 

Noble (12423) b. and d. Westfield, Mass., Mch. 31, 1739. 

Kezia Noble (12424) b. Westfield, Mass., May 23, 1740; prob. d. 
Southwick, Mass.; m. Nov. 8, 1759, Silas Fowler [b. May 23, 1735; 
d. Remsen, N. Y., a. 1813; m. (2) Feb. 13, 1780, Tryphena Pease]; 
he was a capt. of insurgents in Shay's rebellion; 7 chil. 

Tahan Noble (12425) b. Westfield, Mass., Mch. 10, 1742/3; d. s. p. 
Southwick, Mass., Mch. 2, 1825; m. (i) May 25, 1766, Elizabeth 
Loomis [b. July 8, 1745; d. S., Nov. 29, 1809; dau. of Benj. Looniis 
and Elizabeth Morley]; m. (2) Mrs. Elizabeth (Morley) Loomis, dau. 
of Timothy Morley, and wid. of Nehemiah Loomis; res. S. and 
Rupert, Vt. ; Capt. 3d Co., 5th Vt. Regt. 1778; capt, of insurgents in 
Shay's rebellion. 

Anna Noble (12426) b. Westfield, Mass., June 13, 1745; d- Rupert, 
Vt., July 12, 1797; m. Dec. 3, 1767, Jonathan Hays [b. a. 1744; d. 

Mch. 8, 1791 ; s. of Jonathan Hays and Anna ]; rem. 1779 to 

R. ; farmer; 10 chil. 

Luke Noble (12427) b. Westfield, Mass., Dec. 14, 1747; d. W., Jan. 
12, 1750/1. 

Jemima Noble (12428) b. Westfield, Mass., July 12, 1750; m. Mch. 
14, 1771, Tristram Story; res. Southwick, Mass., Neversink, N. Y., 
Wyoming, N. Y., and Leroy, N. Y. ; 7 chil. 

Moses Noble (12429) bp. Westfield, Mass., Feb. 8, 1756; d. South- 
wick, Mass., Nov. 7, 1792, ae 38; m. a. 1782, Lucy Brooker [b. 1762; 
d. Washington, Mass., Aug., 1808; dau. of Isaac Brooker and Lucy 
Hillyer; m. (2) Moses Hayes]; res. S. and Rupert, Vt. ; served in 
the Revolution, 1775; 4 chil. 

Children of JosiaJi Grant {p. 12) and Sarah Baker. 

Jerusha Grant (15500) b. Litchfield, Jan. 1,1736/7; (prob. d. bef. Mch. 
25, 1785); m. (i) Hurlburt; m. (2) Samford; res. Goshen.+ 



26 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

John Grant (15501) b. Litchfield, Apr. 23, 1738; res. L. ; rem. 1771-2 
to Poultney, Vt. ; res. there as late as 1796; removed soon after to 
O. ; his house at E. Poultney is owned by Dr. L. D. Ross; surveyor 
in L. ; proprietor's clerk in P.; on committee of safety 1777; gave 
the common to the village. 

Josiah GrantJ (15502) b. Litchfield, Nov. 24, 1739; m. Ruth , 

who d. Aug. 15, 1785, in 38th yr. and is biu". Poultney, Vt. ; res. P. 
1781-90; rem. to O. a. 1800; lieut., capt. 

Jesse Grant (15503) b. Litchfield, Dec. 10, 1742; m. L., Jan. i, 1767, 
Anne Lewis; res. L. as late as 1792 ; surveyor, brander of horses, con- 
stable, lister; Sergt. 5th Co., 7th Regt., 1775; Capt. 1775; 2d Lieut, 
in Col. Webb's Regt. 1776; taken prisoner at Ft. Washington ; held in 
N. Y. C. ; exchanged Dec. 17, 1 780 ; member of the Cincinnati 1 783. + 

David Grant (15504) b. Litchfield, Sep. 4, 1744; d. s. p. bef. 1790; 
not mentioned in father's will 1785. 

Rhoda Grant (15505) b. Litchfield, June 13, 1746; d. s. p.; m. L., 
Jan. 19, 1775, Zebulon Taylor [s. of Zebulon Taylor and Sarah 
Hosford; m. (2) L., Nov. 23, 1780, Thankful Woodruff.] 

Asenath Grant (15506) b. Litchfield, Nov. i, 1749; m. Daniel Mc- 
Arthur (McArtha) ; res. Benson, Vt.,i79o.+ 

CJiildrcn of SaraJi Grant ( /. 12) and Elisha Peck. 

ElishaPeck (15510) b. Litchfield, July 10, 1731. 

Abijah Peck (15511) b. Litchfield, Oct. 1733; m. (i) Keturah , 

who d. Sep. I, 1772, in 44th yr. ; m. (2) Jan. 6, 1773, Mrs. Rhoda 
(Collins) Fitch ; 2 chil. 

Deliverance Peck (15512) ("Dille"), b. Litchfield, Jan. 25, 1735; 
m. June 14, 1759, Wm. Greeves (Graves) of Scotland. 

Abiah Peck (15513) b. Litchfield, Sep. 20, 1738. 

Children of Sarah Grant {p. 12) and Joshua Sjnith. 

Sarah Smith (15514) b. Litchfield, Sep. 5, 1740. 

Phebe Smith (15515) b. Litchfield, June 16, 1743; m. Alexander 
Thomson, s. of Alexander Thomson and Thankful ( ) Shepard. 

Huldah Smith (15516) b. Litchfield, Sep. 6, 1746; m. Wood. 

Sarah Smith (15517) b. Litchfield, May 4, 1749. 

Miriam Smith (15518) b. Litchfield, Nov. 6, 1752. 

Joshua Smith (155 19) b. Litchfield, July 17, 1754. 

CJiildren of Mary Grant {p. 12) and Daniel Allen. 

Mercy Allen (15520) b. Litchfield, Jan, 24, 1737/8; prob. d. y. 

Elihu Allen (15521) b. Litchfield, May 4, 1739. 

Azubah Allen (15522) b. Litchfield, May 8, 1741. 

Gabriel Allen (15523). 

Daniel Allen (15524). 

Mercy Allen (15525). 

Child of JoJin Grant [p. 12). 
John Grant (15530) b. a. 1750; his uncle Increase Grant was ap- 
pointed his guardian Apr. 4, 1755; he was prob. 1. 1777, as his 
father's estate shared in his grandmother's estate. 

X I have assumed that the Josiah mentioned in his father's will is identical with the Sip 
whose birth is mentioned in the L. records. 



FIFTH GENERATION. 27 

Children of Increase Grant {p. 12) and Ann Hosford. 

Ambrose Grant (15540) b. Litchfield, Sep, 14, 1747; d. L., Dec. 7, 
1816; m. L., Nov. 20, 1771, Hannah Mason [b. L., Feb, 12, 1745/6; 
d. L., July 3, 1832; dau. of John Mason and Lydia Cook]; res, L. ; 
tythingman 1775 ; served in the Revolution (his musket being in the 
possession of the author) ; taken ill about the time the British took 
N. Y. C. and went home; had prisoners stationed at his house until 
the close of the war; surveyor, lister, fence viewer. + 

Charles Grant (15541) b, Litchfield, July 14, 1749; 1, 1793; d. bef. 
Dec. 14, 1805; m. L., Jan, 25, 1776, Dinah Beach; res. L, ; rem, 
1788 to Charlotte, Vt, ; member of Cong-, ch. at Torrington ; surveyor, 
lister. + 

Children of Ebenezer Grant {p. ij) and Martha Hill. 

Sarah Grant (15560) b. Litchfield, Oct, 24, 1748; 1, 1769, 

Martha Grant (15561) b, Litchfield, May 4, 1751; 1, 1769. 

Lydia Grant (15562) b. Litchfield, Sep, 18, 1753; d. bet. June 24, 
1765 and May 9, 1769. 

Elihu Grant (15563) b. Litchfield, Oct. 11, 1756; res. L. 1778; pri- 
vate in Capt. Starr's Co., 4th Regt., 1775 ; taken prisoner at Ft. Wash- 
ington, 1776. 

Isaac Grant (15564) b. Litchfield (Goshen), Apr. 3 (4), 1760; d. 
Albion, Mich., Nov. 30 (9), 1841, ae8i yrs. 7 mos. 5 days; m. Sharon 
Springs, N.Y. (Conn.), Mch. 1784, Hannah Tracy [b. Sharon (Lenox, 
Mass.), Feb. 25, 1765 ; d. A., Oct. 30, 1841 ; dau. of Thos. Tracy and 
Lucy Sprague]; res. Clarendon, Vt., 1781; Goshen, Mass., Whit- 
ingham, Vt., Smyrna, N. Y., Plymouth, N. Y., Smithville Flats, 
N. Y., and A. ; physician; one of the first to practise vaccination in 
this country; local preacher in M. E. ch. ; served throughout the 
Revolution; taken prisoner at Ft. Washington 1776, and imprisoned 
at N. Y. C. in the church prison, and in the prison-ship Grosvenor, 
from which he escaped ; at the storming of Stony Point, Gen. Wayne, 
observing the little sergeant struggling to remove the abatis, seized 
him by the seat and collar, and threw him over. The following is 
from the ms. autobiography of his son Charles: "The remarkable 
cold winter that Washington's army lay at Valley Forge — my father 
on going there was overtaken alone and barefoot being otherwise 
poorly clad by Baron De Stuben who, seeing him in such plight and 
having pity for him took him into his barooch and wrapping his great 
Dutch mantle round my father and placing him between his knees 
with his dog drove on to Valley Forge for his own winter quarters, 
giving my father on the way as good fare as himself had; while on 
the way the old Baron was as familiar as he would have been with one 
of his neighbors, but that familiarity ceased on arriving in camp. " + 

Huldah Grant (15565) b. Litchfield, Mch. 19, 1763; d. L., Sep. 8, 
1764. 

CJiildren of Elijah Grant {p. ij) and Mary Andreius. 

^Joel Grant ( iq-^So) b. Litchfield, Feb. 21, 1756; d. Norfolk, Mch. 
16. 1796; m. N., Jan. 5 (3), 1782, Zilpah Cowles [b. Torrington, 
June 17 (7), 1762; d. Aug. (June) 18, 1824; dau. of Samuel Cowles 



25 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

and Sibilla North; m. (2) N., Feb. 2, 1818, Joseph Hull, of N.]; res. 
N.; farmer; private in Capt. Beebe's Co., Col. Enos' Regt., 1778. + 

Lois Grant (15581) b. Litchfield, Nov. 5, 1757; d. s. p., Litch- 
field, N. Y. ; m. Norfolk, Jan. 1795, Chauncey Hills [bp. Tor- 
rington, Feb. 17, 1754; d. Litchfield, N. Y. ; s. of Beriah Hills and 

Mary ] ; res. on his father's homestead in Winchester, near the 

line of T. ; rem. 1802 to Litchfield, N. Y. 

Roswell Grant (15582) b. Litchfield, Aug. 18, 1762; d, Winchester 
Center, July 7, 1837 ; m. Anna (or Eliza) Coy, of Norfolk [b. Ston- 
ington, a. 1760; d, N., Mch. 1810, ae 50]; m. (2) N., May 16, 1811, 
Elizabeth (Robbins) Lawrence [b. N., Jan. 8, 1770; d. N., Oct. 6, 
1815 ; dau. of Rev, Ammi Ruhama Robbins and Elizabeth LeBaron; 
m. (i) Dec. 21, 1789, Grove Lawrence]; res. N. and Winsted; tailor 
and farmer; private in 7th Regt. 1780; while in the Highlands he 
was posted as guard on one of the bleakest points in extremely cold 
weather; the army removed without recalling him, but he stuck to 
his post until relieved two days later. Of him Dr. D. W. Patterson 
says: "While a little eccentric, he was entirely honest and a great 
lover of justice, but inclined to punish his own faults with great 
severity; one night he failed to fasten the barn door properly, and 
the next night he fastened it open and spent the cold winter night 
sitting in the open door; he once walked to Litchfield, fourteen 
miles, and undertook to deliver a letter there, but on his return, 
when four miles from home, found the letter still in his pocket; he 
returned at once, delivered the letter, and walked home before he 
slept. "+ 

Moses Grant (15583) b. Norfolk, Aug. 3, 1765; d. N., Mch. 4, 1835 
m. Colebrook, Feb. 9, 1793, Sarah Phelps [b. Windsor, May 5, 1774 
d. N., May i (2), i860; dau. of John Phelps and Dinah Marshall] 
res. Grantville in the homestead; farmer and teacher. + 

Levi Grant (15584) b. Norfolk, 1771; d. N., Jan. 12, 1816, in 45th 
yr. ; m. in Litchfield Co., Nov. 21, 1792, Rhoda Andrews [b. Win- 
sted, June 24, 1771; d. Ripon, Wis., Apr. 12, 1867; dau. of Daniel 
Andrews and Sarah Hall]; res. N. ; farmer; owned mills. + 



SIXTH GENERATION. 

Children of Abigail Grant (/. 14) and Joseph Prentice. 

T he ophila Prentice (1103,00) b. Oct. i, 1744. 

Valentine Prentice (1103,01) bp.Mch. 16, 1746. 

Abiel Prentice (1103,02) bp, Nov. 13, 1748. 

Ozias Prentice (1103,03) bp. Aug. i, 1756; d. 1792. 

Samuel Grant Prentice (1103,04) bp. Sep. 10, 1758. 

CJiildren of AzariaJi Grant (/. if) and Abigail Beaman. 

Grant (1103,20) d. E. Windsor, Apr. 26, 1750. 

Jerusha Grant (1103,21) d. June 23, (1757 ? ) in 7th year; bur. 
Wapping-. 

Samuel Grant (1103,22) b. E. Windsor, Mch. 6, 1752; prob. d. s. p. 
bef. 1798. 

William Grant (iio3,22A) d. June 6, (1757?), in 5th mo. ; bur. Wap- 
ping. 

Jerusha Grant (1103,23) b. E. Windsor, June 5, 1758; d. unm. E. 
Windsor; her will was drawn June 8, 1808, and proved Aug. 24, 
1841; res. E. W. 

Abigail Grant (1103,24) b. E. Windsor, Aug. 16, 1759 ; 1. 1801 ; m. 
Oliver Foster, of E. Windsor. 

Lucy Grant (1103,25) b. E. Windsor, Apr. 22, 1761; d. unm. E. 
Windsor, June 13, 1825; res. E. W. 

Grant (1103,26) d. E. Windsor, Feb. 24, 1763, ae prob. a 

few days. 

Children of AzariaJi Grant {p. if) and Eunice . 



Grant (1103,27) b. E. Windsor, Sep. 26, 1775; prob. d. 

bef. 1798. 

Grant (1103,28) bp. E. Windsor, Dec. 5, 1776; prob. d. 

bef. 1798. 

Eunice Grant (1103,29) b. Windsor, July 18, 1779; prob. d. y. 
Children of Aaron Grant {p. if) and Mabel Easton. 

Mabel Grant (1103,30) b. E. Windsor Hill, Aug 4, 1753; d. unm. 
E. W. H., Oct. I (2), 1834; res. E. W. H., with bro. Epaphras. 

Aaron Grant (1103,31) b. E. Windsor Hill, Aug. 14, 1755; ^- E. W. 
H., Feb. 28, 1827 ; m. Wapping, 1782, Lucy Sadd [b. W., Apr. (May) 
5, 1761; d. E. W. H., May 2, 1843 (1840); dau. of Dea. Thos. Sadd 
and Waitstill Rockwell]; res. E. W. H. in the homestead; carpen- 
ter and farmer; marched on the Lexington alarm ; private, drummer 
and fifer 17 mos., 1776 and 1778, in the regiments of Cols. Wolcott, 
Beebe and Johnson; hayward; they owned cov. in the ch. at 
E. W. H.+ 

Eunice Grant (1103,32) b. E. Windsor, July 25 (23), 1757; d. Tor- 
rington, bet. Sep. 6 and Nov. 12, 1814; m. Thos. Hurlburt [1. 1816; 
s. of Elijah Hurlburt and Elizabeth Belden] ; rem. to (New) Hart- 

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30 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

ford, thence to T. ; blacksmith; soldier in the Revolution; she was 
a member of the ch. at T.+ 

Lucretia Grant (1103,33) b. E. Windsor Hill, Apr. 10, 1759; d. 
unm. E. Windsor, June 6, 1803. 

Sarah Grant (1103,34) b. E.Windsor, Sep. 18, 1761; d. July 3, 
1844; m. E. W., Dec. 18 (20), 1792, Levi Deming, of Wethersfield 
[b. Nov. 25, 1764; d. Sep. 27, 1848; s. of Lemuel Deming and 
Hannah Standish] ; res. W. + 

Reuben Grant (1103,35) b. E. Windsor, Aug. 21, 1763; d. Port 

Hope, Ontario, Sep. i, 1834, "ae 73"; m. in Conn., [b. in 

Conn.; d. P. H., a. 1844]; res. E. W. ; rem. 1796-7 to E. Hartford, 
to Pa. a. 1800, to nr. Napanee, Ont., 1805, and to P. H. 1810; shoe- 
maker; name is found on an undated pay-roll of the Revolution. + 

Content Grant (1103,36) b. E. Windsor, June 1766(1765); d. E. W., 
July (June) 9, 1766 (1765). 

Epaphras Grant (1103,37) b. E. Windsor, June 19, 1767; d. E. Wind- 
sor Hill, May 19 (20), 1847; ni- E. W., Nov. 24, 1805, Lydia King 
[b. Alstead, N. H., Aug. 28, 1786; d. Coventry, Dec. 9, 1862; dau. 
of Jonathan King and Mary Walker]; res. E. W. H. ; farmer; hay- 
ward; members of Cong. ch.+ 

Cliildren of Aaron Grant (/. /^) and TJieodosia Bull. 

Benjamin Grant (1103,38) b. E. Windsor, Dec. 19, 1768; d. McKean, 
Pa., May 24, 1849; ^- E- W., 1791, Abiah Collins Strong [b. in 
Conn., Aug. 19, 1773; d. Waterford, Pa., May 24, i860 (1861); dau. 
of Timothy Strong and Abi Gondy (or Collins)]; rem. 1800 to 
McKean, Pa. ; farmer and blacksmith; member of Pres. ch.+ 

Grant 1103,39) bp. E. Windsor, Sep. 20, 1771 ; d. next day. 

Grant (11 03, 39 A) bp. E. Windsor, Feb. 20, 1774; d. Sep. 

21, 1776. 

Children of Gidco)i Grant {p. ij) and Mehetabel Boivers. 

Gideon Grant (1103,40) b. E. Windsor, a. 1753; d. Wapping, Sep. 
15, 1824, ae 71; m. Mabel (called Mehetabel on E. W. ch. record) 
Sadd [b. Windsor, Mch. 14, 1756; d. Sep. 12, 1826; dau. of Dea. 
Thos. Sadd and Waitstill Rockwell]; res. Wapping; fifer in Capt. 
Williams' Co., 1779; surveyor, grand juror; they owned co v. in the 
ch. at E. W.+ 

Mehetabel Grant (1103,41) b. E. Windsor, a. 1755; m. E. W., Nov. 
1 5) 1793) Isaac Clark, of Bolton; not mentioned in father's will 1818. 

David Grant (1103,42) b. E. Windsor, Dec. 16, 1756; d. Wapping, 
Oct. 5, 1833; m. E. W., Nov. 29, 1792, Mary Skinner [b. E. W., 
Feb. 4, 1764; d. E. W., Nov. 30, 1830 (1831); dau. of Oliver Skin- 
ner and Mary Rockwell] ; res. E. W. ; private in Col. Wolcott's 
Regt. 1776, Col. Enos' 1778, 2d Regt. 1780, Col. Canfield's 1781; 
surveyor. + 

Elizabeth Grant (1103,43) b. P2. Windsor, a. 1760; d. unm. Wapping, 
Dec. 22 (23), 1S45. 

Oliver Grant (1103,44) b. E. Windsor, Nov. 18, 1761; d. E. W., 
Apr. 7, 1826; m. E. W., Nov. 17, 1790, Roxana Skinner [b. E. W., 



SIXTH GENERATION. 31 

Jan. 4, 1767 (Dec. ii, 1766); d. E. W., July 31 (Aug. i), 1831; dau. 
of Oliver Skinner and Mary Rockwell]; res. E. W. ; surveyor, grand 
juror, hayward.+ 

Hezekiah Grant (1103,45) bp. E. Windsor, July 17, 1763; d. Great 
Barrington, Mass.. Jan. 14, 1844; m. in Conn., Abigail Gilbert, of 
Hebron, who d. G. B., Feb. 4, 1848, ae 79; res. G. B. ; farmer, 
carpenter and joiner; served in Col. Webb's Regt. 1781; chorister 
in Pres. ch. + 

Eleanor Grant (1103,46) bp. E. Windsor, May 5, 1765; 1. 1818; m., 
when advanced in yrs., Raleigh Phelps, of Vernon; joined the ch. 
at V. 1815. 

Mary Grant (1103,47) d. s. p.; 1. 1818; m., when advanced in yrs.. 
Ebenezer Rockwell. 

Child of Abiel Grant [p. 75) and Alary Wolcott. 

Abiel Grant (1103,50) b. E. Windsor, May 26, 1762. 

Children of 0::ias Grant {p. ij) and Lorana Strong. 

Elnathan Grant (1103,60) b. Vernon, Aug. 31, 1761; d. Tolland, 
Aug. 31, 1S49; m. v., Oct. 12, 1786, Roxana Fitch [b. T., 1763; d. 
Dec. 10, 1842 (1843), "se 79"; dau. of Jeremiah Fitch and Abigail 
Converse]; res. Rockville; farmer; private in Col. Enos' Regt. 1778, 
and the last survivor of the war in Tolland Co. ; they owned cov. in 
the ch. at V. ; a simple hearted, pure minded, honest. Christian man.+ 

Abiel Grant (iio3,6oA) b. Vernon, Dec. 12, 1762; d. s. p. Rock- 
ville, May 25, 1798; m. V., Dec. 16, 1790, Elsie King [d. V., June 
16, 1830; dau. of Hezekiah King and Anna Thrall; m. (2) Jan. 13, 
181 1, Jehiel Fuller, of E. Haddam, who d. E H., Mch. 11, 1815, in 
his 55th yr.]; miller; she joined the ch. at E. H. 1817, and that at 
V. 1820. 

Wareham Grant (1103,61) b. Vernon, Aug. 29, 1764; d, V., June 

1, 1821; m. v., Oct. 2, 1788, Grace Reed, of Tolland, who d. Rod- 
man, N. Y., Sep. 12, 1833; res. V.; farmer and shoemaker; dea. in 
Pres. ch. ; she joined the ch. at V. 1818.+ 

Aurelia Grant (1103,62) b. Vernon, Jan. 28, 1766; d. Ellington, 
Jan. 27, 1815; m. V., July 16, 1789, Wm. Thrall [b. V. ; d. E., Mch. 

185 1 ; s. of Moses Thrall and Hills; m. (2) E., Anne Pember, 

of E., who d. E.]; res. E. ; farmer; selectman, grand juror; dea. in 
Cong, ch., of which she was a member. + 

Augustus Grant (1103,63) b. Vernon, Aug. 24, 1767; d. V., May 12, 
1832; m. v.. May 12 (4), 1797, Asenath Fuller [b. E. Haddam, Nov. 

2, 1778; d. v., Oct. 14, 1849; dau. of Capt. Jehiel Fuller and Sarah 
Day]; res. Rockville; farmer and saddler; principal owner of 
woollen mill; they joined the ch. at V. 1818.+ 

Aruma Grant (1103,64) b. Vernon, May 4, 1769; d. Tolland, June 
7, 1855; m. v., Oct. 25, 1792, Converse Fitch [b. T. (V.), 1771; d. 
T., Aug. 18, 1849; s. of Jeremiah Fitch and Abigail Converse]; res. 
T. ; farmer and innkeeper; they owned cov. at V. 1794.+ 

Zeruiah Grant (1103,64 A) bp. Vernon, Feb. 24, 1771; d. inf. 

Zeruiah Grant (iio3,64B) (also called Saviah), b. Vernon, Mch. 7, 
1772; d. unm. v., Sep. 7, 1851; res. V. 



32 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

Elijah Grant (1103,64c) b. Vernon, Jan. 30, 1774; d. V., Mch. 25, 
1781. 

Elisha Grant (1103,65) b. Rockville, Dec. 10, 1775; d. R., Jan. 13, 
1845; ^- (i) Vernon, May 29, 1799, Electa Fuller [b. E. Haddam, 
Jan, 30, 1780; d. v., July 17, 1817, "8640"; dau. of Capt. Jehiel 
Fuller and Sarah Day]; m. (2) R., Oct. 13, 1824, Roxana Wyman 
[b. W. Suffield, May 12, 1788 (1786); d. R., May 31, 1866, "as 79"; 
dau. of Ebenezer Wyman and Sarah Brigden]; res, V, ; builder; she 
joined the ch, at V, fr, that at W, S. 1827,+ 

Francis Grant (1103,66) b, Rockville, Dec. 6, 1777; d. R., Feb. 11, 
1856; m. (i) Nov. 18, 1807, Lora Root [b. Coventry, Sep. 17, 1787; 
d, Vernon, Nov, 25, 1809; dau, of Capt, Nathaniel Root and Eliza- 
beth Kingsbury]; m, (2) Nov, 24, 181 1, Anna Gates [b. E, Haddam, 
May 13, 1786; d. V,, Apr. i (2), 1814; dau, of Phineas Gates and 
Anna Taylor]; m. (3) R., May i, 1816, Anna (Wood) Doane [d. V., 
Sep, 19, 1858, se 72; dau. of Lyman Wood; formerly w. of Isaac 
Doane]; res, R, ; farmer; with w. joined the ch. at V. 1818.+ 

Lorana Grant (1103,67) b. Rockville, Sep. 30, 1780; d. unm. Ver- 
non, Sep. 17, 1819; res. V. 

Anna Grant (1103,68) b. Rockville, Aug. 7, 1782; m. V., Nov, 27, 
1806, Ebenezer Root, of Coventry [b. 1783; d, C, Jan. 15, 1841; s. 
of Capt, Nathaniel Root and Elizabeth Kingsbury]; res. C.+ 

Elvira Grant (1103,69) prob. d, y. 

Children of Alexander Grant {p. 75) and Miriam {Sexton) Bliss. 

Erastus Grant (1103,70) b. Westfield, Mass., July 28, 1774; d. W., 
Nov. 26, 1865; m. W., May 4, 1801, Eunice vSackett [b. W., Apr. 25, 
1779; d. W., Aug. 19, 1859; dau. of Stephen Sackett and Eunice 

■ ] ; res. W. in the homestead ; cabinetmaker and furniture 

dealer; when the vote was taken in the old First. Cong. Ch., of which 
they were members, on the proposition to keep Sunday evening as 
the Sabbath instead of Saturday evening, as had been the custom, he 
wrote on his ballot, "Am not strenuous; always kept Saturday night; 
always shall "; a man of great energy and an iron will, esteemed for 
his integrity and consistent Christian character. + 

Thankful Grant (1103,71) b. Westfield, Mass., May 12, 1776; d. 
Norwich, Vt., Apr. 12, 1834; m. W., Feb. 4, 1798, Elihu Emerson, 
of N. [b. W., July 20, 1771; d. Leicester, Mass., Oct, 31, 1873; bur. 

N. ; s. of Emerson and Mary ] ; res. N. ; she joined 

Cong. ch. at W. 1797.+ 

Cynthia Grant (1103,72) b. Westfield, Mass., Mch. 19, 1781 ; d. Nor- 
wich, Vt., Feb. 3, 1861; m. N., Nov. 11, 1798, Joseph Emerson, of 

W. [d. N., Jan. 11, 1857, 8684; s. of Emerson and Mary 

] ; res. N. ; hatter. + 

Children of Elizabeth Grant {p. 75 ) and Nathaniel Strong. 

Nathaniel Strong (1103,80) b. Feb. 13, 1756; d. Nov. 24, 1836; m. 
Hephzibah Sadd [b. Aug. 27, 1758; d. Jan. 18, 1833; dau. of Thos. 
Sadd (11322)]; served in the Revolution; 3 chil. 

Harvey Strong (1103,81) bp. Mch. 27, 1763; d. E. Windsor, Mch. 
II, 1823. 



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SIXTH GENERATION. 38 

Cliildrtni of Nocxh Grant [p. ij) and Snsa)inah Delano. 

Noah Grant (1104,00) b. Tolland, June 20, 1748; d. Maysville, Ky., 
Feb. 14, 1819; m. (1) 1775, Anna (Buell) Richardson [b. Lebanon, 
Aug. 17, 1738; d. Coventry, 1789; dau. of Abel Buell and Mehetabel 
Dewey]; m. (2) Greensburgh, Pa., Mch. 4, 1792, Mrs. Rachel (Miller) 
Kelly [b. in Pa.; d. Deerfield, O. (Maysville), Apr. 10, 1805; dau. 
of Col. Miller, of Jamestown, Va.]; res. C. ; rem. a. 1790 to G., in 
1799 to Liverpool, O., in 1804 to D., and in 181 1 to M. ; farmer and 
tanner; served throughout the Revolution as lieut. and capt. + 

Susannah Grant (1104,01) b. Coventry, a. 1750; d. C. (prob. Aug. 
16, 1821, se 70); a beautiful woman; became insane at 18, and re- 
mained so until a short time before her death. 

Peter Grant (1104,02) b. Coventry; d. unm., at sea; res. E. Wind- 
sor; sailor; a great wag, full of jokes and odd tricks. 

Solomon Grant (1104,03) b. Coventry; d. y. 

CJiildren of Adoniram Grant {p. 16) and Mercy West. 

Mercy Grant (1104,10) b. Tolland, July 14, 1748; d. Mch. 2, 1818; 
bur. T. ; m. T., Apr. 8, 1772, Hope Lathrop [b. July 6, 1737; d. T., 
Nov. 8, 1792, "in 55th yr."; s. of Ichabod Lathrop and Abigail 
Baker; m. (i) T., May 3, 1760, Hannah Hubbard, of T., who d. T., 
July 7, 1767]; res. T. ; he was a prominent citizen; rep.; private in 
Capt. Chapman's Co., French and Indian War, 1758; capt. + 

Grace Grant (1104,11) b. Tolland, Mch. 21, 1750; d. T., Oct. 21, 
1781; m. T., Apr. 6, 1775, Stephen Howard. + 

Solomon Grant (1104,12) b. Tolland, Oct. 26, 1756; d.T., Oct. 25, 1757. 

Ruth Grant (1104,13) b. Tolland, Nov. 29, 1759; m. T., May 7, 
1778, Lieut. Rufus Price (1104,30).+ 

Ann Grant (1104,14) b. Tolland, Oct. 31, 1767; m. T., Nov. 17, 
1785, Isaac Fellows. + 

CJiildren of MartJia Grant [p. 16) and Rnf us Price. 

Rufus Price (1104,30) b. Coventry, Aug. 5, 1751; m. Ruth Grant 

(1104,13)- 
Abigail Price (1104,31) b. Coventry, June 2, 1753; d. C, Mch. 29, 

1755- 

Elijah Price (1104,32) b. Coventry, Mch. 25, 1755. 

Abigail Price (1104,33) b. Coventry, Aug. 29, 1757. 

Martha Price (1104,34) b. Coventry, Aug. 19, 1760. 

Elizabeth Price (1104,35) t). Coventry, Feb. 26, 1763 (or 1765). 

Solomon Grant Price (1104,36) b. Coventry, Nov. 1766. 

CJiildren of Grace Grant (/. 16) and JosiaJi GoodricJi. 

Goodrich (1106,00) (dau.) b. Tolland, Jan. 23, 1740/1; d.T., 

Jan. 30, 1740/1. 

Josiah Goodrich (1106,01) b. Tolland, Jan. 5, 1742; d. T., Jan. 27, 
1742. 

Eleazer Goodrich (1106,02) b. Tolland, Feb. 23, 1742/3; d. Sep. 13, 
1822; m. Sep. 5, 1772, Dolly Bridgeman; res. Plainfield, Vt. ; 11 chil. 

Sarah Goodrich (1106,03) b. Tolland, Aug. 18, 1745 (1746); 1. 178S; 
m. White. 



34 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

David Goodrich (1106,04) b. Tolland, May 8, 1748; d. Feb. 16, 1827; 
res. Orange, Vt. ; 8 chil. 

Elizabeth Goodrich (1106,05) b. Windsor, May 19, 1751; d. Oct. 19, 
1803; m. Smith. 

Hezekiah Goodrich (1106,06) b. Tolland, June 30, 1754; d. T., Apr. 
9 (Aug. 10), 1756. 

CJiildrcn of EpJiraim Grant [p. 16) and Mary West. 

Ephraim Grant (1106,10) b. Tolland, Apr. 6, 1750; d. T., Sep. 29, 
1814; in. (i) Stockbridge, Mass., Oct. 14, 1772, Lucy Woodbridge, 
of E. Hartford [b. 1752; d. s. p. T., May 9, 1788, "3637"; dau. of 
Hon. Timothy Woodbridge and Abigail Day] ; m. (2) Mansfield, 
May 14, 1789, Sarah Gary [b. May 25, 1761; d. T., Oct. 11, 1804; 
dau. of Ebenezer Gary and Sarah Trumbull]; m. (3) Hartford, Apr. 
13 (18), 1808, Sarah Babcock, of H., who d. T., Feb. 5, 1843, as 78; 
res. S. ; rem. a. 1779 to T. ; commissary in the Revolution; clerk of 
courts of Tolland Co. 1786-1814; treas. Tolland Go. ; town clerk, 
Coventry 1789, Tolland 1804-7; a man of fine personal appearance, 
social and agreeable in his manner, and well calculated to make 
friends. + 

Prudence Grant (iio6,ioA) b. Tolland, Sep. 19, 1752; d. T., Oct. 
4, 1760. 

Elias Grant (1106,11) b. Tolland, Apr. 7, 1755; d. T., Oct. 2, 1760. 

Philip Grant (iio6,i2)b. Tolland, May 30, 1757 ;d. T., Sep. 26, 1760. 

Solomon Grant (1106,13) b. Tolland, Mch. 21, 1760; d. unm. bef. 
Jan. II, 1799; res. T. ; private in Col. Enos' Regt. 1778. 

Mary Grant (1106,14) b. Tolland, Aug. 22, 1762; d. a. 1792; m. T., 
Oct. 27, 1785, Elkanah Barton, who m. (2) bef. 1797, (Stark- 
weather?), of Northampton, Mass.; wid. rem. to Chaplin. + 

Anna Grant (1106,15) b. Tolland, Jan. (July) 30, 1765; d. unm. T., 
Aug. 26, 1789. 

Grace Grant (1106,16) b. Tolland, July (Jan.) 16, 1767. 

Stephen Grant (1106,17) b. Tolland, Mch. 9, 1770; (perhaps the 
lawyer who d. Plymouth, N. H., and res. there 1803-29 and 1844-6); 
(perhaps the carter who res. N. Y. C. 1831-42). 

William Grant (1106,18) b. Tolland, Oct. 24, 1773; 1. iSoo; res. T. ; 
left there bef. Sep. 8, 1800; (perhaps the rigger who res. N. Y. C. 
1831-9). 

Zebulon Grant (1106,19) b. Tolland, Dec. 9, 1776; d. N. Y. C. ; m. 

Ann , who was 1. 1822; res. Boston, Mass., 1800, N. Y. C. 

1820-34; accountant. 

Children of Eleazer Grant ( /. 16) and Mary LatJirop. 

Mary Grant (1106,20) b. Dec. 22, 1768; d. Verona (Vernon), N. 
Y., Oct. 4, 1805. 

Joseph Grant (1106,21) b. Jan. 29, 1771; d. Oswego, N. Y., Dec. 17 
(8), 1854 (1855), "a; 84"; m. Canaan, N. Y., Oct. 12, 1796, Minerva 
Bradley [b. Litchfield, Mch. 21, 1775; d. O., Jan. 26, 1839 (1840); 
dau. of Abraham Bradley and Hannah (or Maria) Baldwin] ; res. C. 
as late as 1809, O. 1833; at G. was overseer of highways and con- 
stable; judge. + 



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SIXTH GENERATION. 35 

Eleazer Grant (1106,22) b, Feb. 19, 1773; d. Canaan, N. Y., Feb. 
4, 1810; res. C. ; constable, collector. 

Esther Grant (1106,23) (butbp. Eunice) b. May 24, 1775; d. Canaan, 
N. Y., Aug-. 6, 1776. 

Prudence Grant (1106,24) b. Canaan, N. Y., Oct, 18, 1777; d. C, 
Dec. 13, 1777. 

Samuel Grant (1106,25) b. Nov. 7, 1778. 

Nancy Grant (1106,26) b. Sep. 24, 1781; m. Dr. Maine; res. 

Utica, N. Y.+ 

Child of Esther Grant (/. ij) and Samuel Cobb. 

Samuel Cobb (1106,30) b. Tolland, Jan. 30, 177 1; 1. 1788. 
Cliildren of Elisha Grant {p. ij) and Mary West. 

Elisha Grant (1106,40) b. Lee, Mass., Dec. 29, 1774. 

Ruth Grant (1106,41) b. Lee, Mass., Aug. 22, 1776. 

Esther Grant (1106,42) b. Lee, Mass., Oct. 14, 1778. 

Prudence Grant (1106,43) b. Lee, Mass., Dec. 7, 1780. 

Jared Grant (iio6,43A) b. Lee, Mass., Sep. 6, 1782; d. L., May 15, 

1785- 

David Grant (1106,44) b. Lee, Mass., June 4, 1784; 1. 1800. 

Thankful Grant (1106,45) b. Lee, Mass., May 12, 1786. 

Orris Grant (1106,46) b. Lee, Mass., Oct. 16, 1788; d. Strawberry 
Pt., Iowa; m. (i) Elizabeth Kent [b. Apr. 24, 1794; d. July 21, 1854] ; 
m. (2) . + 

Eunice Grant (1106,47) b. Lee, Mass., Apr. 17, 1791; d. L., Mch. 
19 (20), 1794. 

Polly Grant (1106,48) b. Lee, Mass., Oct. 23, 1793; d. L., Nov. 10, 

1795- 
Isaac Grant (1106,49) b- Lee, Mass., Aug. 29, 1797. 

Children of Eunice Grant {p. ly) and Daniel Poniroy. 
Esther Pomroy (1106,50) b. Coventry, Jan. 7, 1773. 
Eunice Pomroy (1106,51) b. Coventry, Mch. 2, 1775. 
Daniel Starling Pomroy (1106,52) b. Coventry, Dec. 31, 1776. 

Cliild of Ebenezer Grant [p. 77) and Phebe Edgcrton. 
Oliver Grant (i 106,60) b. Tolland, Nov. 20, 1779 ;d. T., Oct. 22, 1794. 
Child of Ebenezer Grant [p. ly) and Juliana Pearce. 

Grant (1106,61) (dau.) b. Tolland, Oct. 12, 1783; d. T., Dec. 

26, 1783. 

CJiildren of Ebenezer Grant (/. //) and Edna Lathrop. 
Juliana Grant (1106,62) b. Tolland, Nov. 16, 1785; 1. unm. 1805. 

Phebe Grant (1106,63) b. Tolland, Aug. 5, 1787; m. Judge 

Buell, of La.; res. New Orleans, La., 1835-50. 

Harry Grant (1106,64) b. Tolland, July 2, 1789; res. T. as late as 
1817; rem. to Chittenango, N. Y. ; after a few yrs. wandered west 
and was never heard from; mechanic; ist Sergt. and Sergt. Maj. 
25th U. S. Inf. 1812-6; when ordered to charge at Lundy's Lane, he 
coolly took out his tobacco-box, took a big chew, and said: ** Come 
on, boys." 



36 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

Edna Grant (1106,65) b. Tolland, Aug. i, 1791; I. T., 1861; m. 
Dec. 7, 1825, Levi Edgerton [b. Dec. 28, 1791; s. of Capt. Daniel 
Edgerton and Mary Cobb].+ 

Ebenezer Grant (1106,66) b. Tolland, June, 16, 1793; d. Chittenango 
(Sullivan), N. Y., Oct. 9, 181 9; m. T., Apr. 26, 18 18, Caroline Chap- 
man [b. T., a. 1794; d. C, Aug. 12, 1832; dau. of Capt. Ashbel 
Chapman and Lydia Lord ; m. (2) Geo. Grant (1106,69)]; ^^s. T. ; rem. 
to C. ; mechanic. + 

Oliver Grant (1106,67) b. Tolland, Jan. 31, 1795 ;d. T., Jan. 28 (29), 
1834; m. T., Mch. 18 (8), 1818, Asenath Paulk [b. T., Jan. 8, 1797; 
d. T., June 29, 1844; ^^^^- of Ammi (or Erastus) Paulk and Esther 
Chapman]; res. T. ; farmer. + 

Amoret Grant (1106,68) b. Tolland, 1797; d. Albanv, N. Y., Mch. 
1826; m. Nathan Williams [b. T., Apr. 6, 1795; d. T., Nov. 1832; 
s. of Wm. Williams and Sarah Burt]; res. A.; laborer. + 

George Grant (1106,69) b. Tolland, Oct. 24, 1799; d. Chittenango, 
N. Y., June 29, 1872; m. (i) Caroline (Chapman) Grant, wid. of his 
bro. Ebenezer (1106,66); m. (2) T., Oct. 20, 1833, Lucy Chapman 
[b. T., Jan. i, 1801; d. C, Sep. 13, 1869; dau. of Ashbel Chapman 
and Lydia Lord]; res. Sullivan, N. Y., 1830; rem. to C. ; member of 
firm of Downer and Grant (foundry, machine shop, etc.); contractors 
on Erie Canal 1830-50; vice-pres. ist Nat. Bank; school trustee, 
supervisor, assemblyman; a prominent and public spirited citizen, 
greatly respected by all classes for his integrity, high character, and 
charity. + 

Children of Ashbel Grant {p. if) and Elizabeth Chapman. 

Elizabeth Grant (1108,20) b. Oct. 4, 1767; d. May 10, 1772. 

David Grant (1108,21) b. Bloomfield, July 6, 1770; d. B., Apr. 29, 
1842; m. (i) W. Hartford, June 12 (Jan. 19), 1792, Rhoda Cadwell, 
of Hartford [b. B. or W. H., Oct. 11, 1767; d. B., Nov. 12, 1829]; 
m. (2) Philadelphia, Pa., 183 1-2, Lucina (Allen-Marshall) Lamb [d. 
B., Aug. 22, 1877, se a. 97; wid. of Samuel Marshall and Rufus 
Lamb]; res. B. ; farmer; rep., state senator; Capt. ist Conn. Cav. + 
Children of Rosivell Grant ( /. if and Fluvia Wolcott. 

Harry Grant (1109,30) b. E. Windsor, Nov. 11, 1783; d. E. W., 
June 13, 1787. 

Ebenezer Grant (1109,31) b. E. Windsor, Feb. 25, 1785; d. E. W., 
Feb. 20, 1789. 

Henrietta Grant (1109,32) b. E. Windsor, Mch. 6, 1787; d. E. W., 
Feb. 24, 1789. 

Ann Grant (1109,33) b. E. Windsor, Sep. 16, 1788; d. unm. E. W., 
Nov. 21, 185 1 ; res. with bro. Frederick. 

Eoswell Henry Grant (1109,34) b. E. Windsor, Mch. 15 (19), 1790; 
d. unm. Conneaut, O., Sep. 25, 1836; res. Cincinnati, O., and in 111.; 
in land office. 

Sidney Algernon Grant (1109,35) b. E. Windsor, Feb. 27, 1792; d. 
St. Louis, Mo., May 18, 1827; m. New Albany, Ind. , Mary Cawley, 
who wash), in England; res. E. W. as late as 1818; rem. to Cairo, 111., 
and S. L. ; lawyer; sergt. in Conn, militia 181 3; lister in E. W.+ 



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SIXTH GENERATION. 37 

Paschal "Winthrop Grant (1109,36) b. E. Windsor, Dec. 14, 1793; ^^ 
Conneaut, O., Nov. 2, 1869; m. (i) E. W. , Julia Viets, of Granby [b. 
(prob. Pawlet, Vt.), 1794; d. C, May 14, 1842; dau. of Seth Viets 
and Ruth Smith]; m. (2) C. , Nov. 14, 1846, Caroline Palmer, of C. 
[b. (prob. in Vt.), Apr. 9, 1811; d. C, Mch. 24, 1887; dau. of Jona- 
than Palmer and Ruth Viets]; res. E. W. ; rem. 1832 to Conneaut, 
O. ; private in Conn, militia 1813; in E. W. he was surveyor, col- 
lector, assessor. + 

Frederick William Grant (1109,37) b. E. Windsor Hill, Dec. 12, 
1797 ;d. E. W. H., Feb. 21, 1886; m. E.Windsor, Oct. 27, 1842, 
Ann Ellsworth Stoughton [b. E. W., May 25, 181 o; dau. of John 
Stoughton and Sarah Wetmore]; res. E. W. H. in the homestead 
(which he prevented from passing out of the family) ; farmer; ,held 
various town offices; rep. 1837; Corp., Sergt., Cornet, 2d Lieut., 
and Capt. 2d Co., ist Conn. Cav. ; Maj. ist Cav. 1832; a gentleman 
of the old school, and a man of good business capacity and excellent 
character; gave great aid in genealogical and historical researches. + 
Children of Ami Grant (/. 18) aitd JoJin Marsli. 

Ebenezer Grant Marsh (1109,40) b. Wethersfield, Feb. 2, 1777; d. 
Nov. 16, 1803. 

Ann Marsh (1109,41) b. Wethersfield, Nov. 17, 1778; d. Dec. 2, 1857. 

Mary Marsh (1109,42) b. Wethersfield, May 29, 1782; d. Dec. 24, 
T869; m. Dec. 16, 1806, Wm. Watson. 

Abigail Marsh (1109,43) b. Wethersfield, May 24, 1784; d. Mch.. 20, 
1869. 

Lydia Marsh (i 109,44) b. Wethersfield, Feb. 28, i786;d. Oct. 19, 1880. 

John Marsh (1109,45) b. Wethersfield, Apr. 2, 1788; d. Aug. 4, 
1868; m. Oct. 5, 1824, Frances Fowler Tallmadge. 

David Marsh (1109,46) b. Jan. 8, 1791; d. Feb. 23, 1794. 

CJiildren of Matthew Grant (/. 18) and HannaJi Birge. 

Justus Grant (1120,20) b. E. Windsor, Aug. 17, 1751; d. Wapping, 
Oct. 10, 1826; m. Anna Kellogg, of Colchester, who d. W., Apr. 29, 
1 82 1, 86 62; res. W. ; marched on the Lexington alarm; private in 
Coh Wolcott's Regt. 1776; frequently one of Lafayette's escort, and 
often wrestled with him with success, but was no match for him in 
fencing; tythingman, surveyor; they owned cov. in the ch. at E. W.+ 

Lucina Grant (1120,21) b. E. Windsor, 1755 ; d. E. W. , Oct. 14, 1762. 

Elijah Grant (1120,22) b. E.Windsor, 1759; d. E. W., Oct. 17, 1762, 

Oliver Grant (1120,23) b. E. Windsor, Sep. 24, 1759; d. Oct. 17, 
1806; bur. Wapping; m. Mch. 10, 1785, Mary Chapman Foster, of 
Ellington [b. June 14, 1762; d. Nov. 19, 1807; bur. W.]; res. E. W. ; 
surveyor. + 

Esther Grant (1120,24) b. E. Windsor; bp. May 11, 1768; d. Brigh- 
ton, N. Y., Dec. 6, 1829, ae 68; m. (i) Wm. Culver, who d. Orwell, 
Vt., July 25, 1788; m. (2) Capt. Ezekiel Beckwith; res. O. ; rem. to 
B. ; Mr.'C. was a farmer; served in the Revolution; an organizer of 
the town of O. 1787; brander of horses. + 

Lucina Grant (1120,25) b. S. Windsor, 1762; m. Gustavus Grant 
(1211,10). 



38 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

Meriam Grant (1120,26) b. E. Windsor, July 23, 1765; d. Orwell, 
Vt. , Jan. 29, 1820; ni. Jan. 15, 1789, Archibald Brewer, of O. [b. 
Oct. 20, 1761; d. O., Feb. 24, 1830; s. of Col. Samuel Brewer and 
Mehetabel Upham ; m. (2) New Haven, Vt., Mch. 6, 1822, Desire 
(Barton) Clark (b. Waltham, Vt., Feb. 19, 1783; d. Kalamazoo, 
Mich., Sep. 3, i860; dau. of Andrew Barton and Desire (Reed ?) ; 
wid. of Solomon Clark)]; res. O. ; innkeeper and farmer; valet to his 
father in the Revolution; one of the organizers of the town, 1787; 
surveyor of highways. + 

CJiildren of Edzvard C. Grant (/. 18) and Hannah Foster. 

Russell Grant (1120,30) b. Wapping, Dec. 29, 1754; d. W., Mch. 8, 
1844; m. W., 1799, Rebecca Johnson [b. W. , Nov. 24, 1774; d. W., 
Sep. 27, i85i;dau. of Fenn Johnson and Rebecca Bishop] ; res. W. ; 
farmer; surveyor, hayward.+ 

Anna Grant (1120,31) b. Windsor, Aug. 22, 1757; d. July i, 1775. 

■ Grant (1120,32) (Elliot was 4th child). 

Elliot Grant (1120,33) b. Wapping, Apr. 28, 1762; d. W., June 7, 
1846; m. W., Chloe Fenton [d. W., Feb. 19, 1823, se 43; dau. of 
Francis Fenton and Chloe Goodale] ; res. S. Windsor; farmer; lister, 
collector, surveyor, hayward, assessor, J. P. + 

Dyer Grant (1120,34) b. E. Windsor; d. Aug. 4, 1784, in 15th yr. 

Hannah Grant (1120,35) b. E. Windsor, Sep. 26, 1771 (1766); d. 
N. Canton, 1824; m. (i) Ashbel Seymour [b. 1757; d. Troy, N. Y. ; 
s. of Daniel Seymour and Lydia King]; m. (2) Ezra Adams [b. N. 
C, 1751; d. S. Canton, 1837; s. of Lieut. David Adams and Mind- 
well Case; m. (i) Hannah Wilcox, who d. 1801]; res. N. C. ; Mr. S. 
was a paper-maker; Mr. A. a tanner and shoe-dealer. + 

Children of Mary Grant [p. 18) and MattJiezv Sadd. 

Waitstill Sadd (1120,40) prob. d. E. Windsor, May 8, 1786; m. 
Atnasa Drake [b. Dec. 8, 1750; d. Feb. 10, 1838; s. of Thos. Drake 

and Eunice Skinner, prob. m. (2) Jigger]; known as " Capt. 

Smooth" ; 4 chil. 

Molly Sadd (1120,41) m. S. Windsor, Abiel Drake [b. S. W., a. 
1760; d. Apr. 19, 1821, "se67"]; 7 chil. 

Sibyl Sadd (1120,42) bp. E. Windsor, Dec. 4, 1763; m. Hale. 

Happy Sadd (1120,43) i^^- Israel Porter [prob. b. Sep. 27, 1759, s. 
of Hezekiah Porter]. 

Elizabeth Sadd (1120,44) b. a. 1768; d. Mch. 21, 1816 (1826), 3^48; 
m. E. Windsor, Aug. 28, 1794, Joseph Phelps [bp. Mch. 23, 1766; d. 
Jan. 5, 1834; s. of Jerijah Phelps and Sarah Stoughton] ; res. E. W. ; 
kept tavern; collector, school committee; 8 chil. 

Matthew Sadd (1120,45) (?) d. E. Windsor, Nov. 7, 1789. 
Child of Bathshcba Grant {p. ip) and Zijnri Hill. 

Augustus Hill (or Hills) (1136,00) res. Goshen, 1794. 

Children of Mattheiv Grant [p. ip) and Phebe Forster. 

Matthew Grant (1136,10) b. Torrington, Sep. 4, 1763; d. T., Sep. 
3, 1843; m. T., Sep. 29, 1795 (28, 1796), Rosanna Lee [b. Harwin- 
ton or New Hartford, Sep. 6, 1770; d. Vernon, N. Y. ; dau. of Haze- 



SIXTH GENERATION. 39 

kiah Lee and Lydia Thompson]; res. T. in the homestead; farmer 
and drover; rep. ; it was a common remark that no other man's word 
was worth as much as his. + 

Phebe Grant (1136,11) b. Torrington, Nov. 22, 1765; m. T., Mch. 
31, 1785, Seth Holmes, of T. ; res. T. as late as 1794; rem. to Ver- 
non, N. Y.+ 

Augustus Grant (1136,12) b. Torrington, Aug. i, 1773; d. T., Nov. 

15, 1777- 

CJiildrcn of Zeriilah Grant {p. ig) and Amos Willson. 
William "Willson (1136,20) b. Torrington, Oct. 31, 1753; d. T., June 

1, 1754. 

Ruth Willson (1136,21) b. Torrington, Dec. 17, 1754; d. Apr. 21, 
1838; m. Mch. 12, 1774, Isaiah Tuttle [b. May 25, 1752; d. Dec. 28, 
1831 ; s. of Jehiel Tuttle and Charity Todd]; 10 chil. 

Roger Willson (1136,22) b. Torrington, Aug. 2, 1756; m. Hannah 
Marshall, of Newfield; res. N. ; 12 chil. 

Roswell Willson (1136,23) b. Torrington, Oct. i, 1758; d. T., Nov. 

2, f758. 

Roswell Willson (1136,24) b. Torrington, May 14, 1765; 1. 1788; in. ; 
d, s. p. 

Rhoda Willson (1136,25) b. Torrington, Nov. 5, 1768; m. Theodore 
Smith. 

CJiildren of Sarah Grant [p. ip) and Abncr Loomis. 

Abner Loomis (1136,30) b. Nov. 22, 1757; d. Sep. 11, 1776. 

Richard Loomis (1136,31) b. Torrington, Dec. 25, 1758; d. T., Aug. 
9, 1826; m. May 30, 1780, Rachel Higbee [b. (perhaps Sheffield, 
Mass.), a. 1759; dau. of Daniel Higbe and Christiana Loomis; m. 
(2) ■ Whiting]; res. T. ; 11 chil. 

Sylvia Loomis (1136,32) b. Jan. 6, 1760; m. Mch. 23, 1779; John 
Whiting; res. Colebrook; 2 sons. 

Tryphena Loomis (1136,33) b. Nov. 10, 1763; m. Apr. 16, 1789, Seth 
Whiting; res. Colebrook; i dau. 

Naomi Loomis (1136,34) b. Aug. 26, 1769; d. Sep. 29, 1839; m. 
Lyman; i son. 

Lovisa Loomis (1136,35) b. Aug. 28, 1772; d. y. 

Lovisa Loomis (1136,36) b. Sep. 27, 1779; m. Dec. 11, 1800, Artemas 
Phillow; res. in 111. ; 11 chil. 

CJiildrcn of Tryphena Grant {p. ig) and Abtjah North. 

Silenda North (1136,40) b. Goshen, June 28, 1765; 1. unm. 1788. 

Trypheny G. North (1136,41) 1. unm. 1788; prob. the Tryphena 
Grant North who m. May 30, 1791, Seymour Bradley. 

Children of William Grant {p. ip) and Lois Forster. 

Ira Grant (1136,50) b. Torrington, June 30, 1765 ; d. T., Oct. 16, 1772. 

William Grant (1136,51) b. Torrington, Feb. 26 (20), 1771 (1770); 
d. Vernon, N. Y., Sep. 10, 1826 (1825), " se 55 "; m. T., Jan. 8, 1793 
(1792), Candace Hills, of Winchester [b. June i, 1772 (1773); d. V., 
Mch. 13 (15), 1849; dau. of Seth Hills and Abigail Soper]; re.s. T., 
nr. the old meeting-house E. of the Naugatuck R. ; rem. to V. ; 



40 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

after the town was laid out it was found that his house was just over 
the line, but as he was too valuable a citizen to lose, a great tree 
which marked the boundary was taken up and moved so as to bring 
him into the town; farmer; Capt. 2d Troop, 6th Regt. Conn. Cav. 
1799. + 

Ira Grant (1136,52) b. Torrington, Oct. 2, 1773; d. Torringford, 
Feb. 7, 1850; m. Torrington, Mch. 10, 1796, Susanna Munsell [b. 
Bloomfield, Aug. 14, 1773; d. Torrington, Mch. (May) 10, 1861; 
dau. ofZaccheus Munsell and Hannah Drake]; res. Torrington; 
farmer ; a famous hunter. + 

Children of Mar ana Grant [p. 20) and Joseph Blake. 

Seth Blake (1136,70) b. Torrington, Dec. 7, 1767. 

Jesse Blake (1136,71) b. Torrington, July 2, 1769; d. May 22, 1773. 

Sarah Blake (1136,72) b. Torrington, Nov. 22, 1770. 

Barzillai Blake (1136,73) b. Torrington, Nov. 5, 1772. 

Jesse Blake (1136,74) b. Torrington, Dec. 14, 1776. 

Lorrain Blake (1136,75) b. Torrington, Dec. 27, 1778. 

Children of Rebecca Grant [p. 20) and Nathaniel Hewitt. 

Josiah Grant Hewitt (1140,00) b. Stonington, May 12, 1742; m. S., 
Jan. 27, 1763, Mercy Williams; they owned cov. in S. 1764; 3 chil. 

Grace Hewitt (1140,01) b. Stonington, May 25, 1744. 

Nathaniel Hewitt (1140,02) b. Stonington, Oct. 15, 1746. 

Lucy Hewitt (1140,03) b. Stonington, Feb. 13, 1748/9. 

Mary Hewitt (1140,04) b. Stonington, July 6,1751 ; d. S., Apr. 8,1753. 

Rebecca Hewitt (1140,05) b. Stonington, Feb. 22, 1754. 

Joseph Hewitt (1140,06) b. Stonington, May 10, 1756. 

Mary Hewitt (1140,07) b. Stonington, Jan. 25, 1759. 

Children of Bridget M. Grant [p. 20) and Stephen Billing. 

Hannah Billing (1142,00) b. Stonington, July 3, 1748. 

Stephen Billing (1142,01) b. Stonington, Dec. 8, 1750. 

Children of Oliver Grant (/. 20) and Anna B. Billings. 

Bridget Grant (1142,10) b. Stonington, Sep. 24. 1751; d. N. Ston- 
ington, Sep. 8, 1819; m'. N. S., Feb. 18, 1772, Hosea Wheeler [b. 
N. S., Sep. 20, 1749; d. N. S., July 13, 1829; s. of Jeremiah Wheeler 
and Susanna Babcock] ; res. N. S. ; merchant. + 

Oliver Grant (1142,11) b. Stonington, Apr. 16, 1754; d. N. Stoning- 
ton, 1832-6; bur. Griswold; m. S., Apr. 20 (26), 1775, Hannah 
Fanning, of Groton [b. a. 175S; d. N. S. ; 1. 1840]; res. N. S. ; Capt. 
in 4th Battalion 1776-7; grand juror. + 

Miner Grant (1142,12) b. N. Stonington, Feb. 28, 1756; d. Ashford, 
Mch. 26, 1828; m. Mansfield, Nov. 12, 1778, Eunice Swift [b. Mt. 
Hope, 1752; d. A., Dec. 4, 1830; dau. of Hon. John (or Thos.) 

Swift and Jerusha ]; rem. to M. ; rem. 1794 to Willington, to 

M. H. in 1800, and to A. in 1817-8; physician and merchant ; surgeon 
in the Revolution; selectman; trustee of Windham Co. Peace Soc.+ 

Rebecca Grant (1142,13) b. Stonington, Dec. 12, 1759. 

Phebe Grant (1142,14) b. Stonington, Feb. 13, 1762; (prob. d. Dec. 
13, 1827, a wid.); m. N. Stonington, James (or Oliver) Brown. + 



SIXTH GENERATION. 41 

Ephraim Grant (1142,15) b. Stonington, July 4, 1764; d. S., a. 1797; 
m. Olive Shepard, who m. (2) Dr. Ozias Spring, of Athens, Pa. ; res. 
S. ; wid. rem. 1807 to A.+ 

Lucinda Grant (1142,16) b. Stonington, Oct. 3, 1766; d. N. Ston- 
ington, June (Jan.) 7, 1847; m. N. S., May 15, 1784, Stanton Hewitt 
[b. Ledyard or N. S., Oct. 8, 1760; d. N. S., May 13, 1844; s. of 
Chas. Hewitt and Hannah Stanton] ; res. N. S. ; farmer, innkeeper, 
and carpenter; a prominent man; held town offices; often rep.; she 
was a woman of wide acquaintance and without enemies. + 

Wealthy Grant (1142,17) b. N. Stonington, Oct. 5, 1768; d. Fayette- 
ville, N. Y., June 30, 1831; m. N. S., Feb. 10, 1788, Sanford Palmer 
[b. N. S., Aug. 4, 1763; d. Clockville, N. Y., Oct. 14, 1828]; farmer.+ 

Mary Grant (1142,18) b. Stonington, Aug. 8, 1770; m. Elijah Palmer. 

Daniel Grant (1142,19) b. Stonington, 1773; m. Mary Swan, of S. ; 
res. N. S. ; maj. of cavalry. + 

CJiildren of Joshua Grant {p. 20) and Sarah Breed. 

Joshua Grant (1142,30) b. N. Stonington, Apr. 2, 1756; d. N. S., 
May 16, 1825 ; m. N. S., Jan. i, 1778, Lucy Green [b. June 11, 1757 ; 
d. N. S., May 15, 1836]; res. N. S. ; farmer; private in 8th Militia 
Regt. 1776; tythingman. + 

Silence Grant (1142,31) b. Stonington, May 22, 1758; 1. 1812; m. 
Benoni Gardner, s. of Joshua Gardner; res. N. Stonington; rem. to 
N. Y. and O. ; farmer; chil. 

Esther Grant (1142,32) b. Stonington, Sep. 3 (i), 1760; d. N. S., 
Mch. 4, 1803; m. S., June 13, 1784, Sands Cole [b. Hopkinton, R. 
I., Aug. 21, 1760; d. N. Stonington, July 29, 1837; s. of Joseph 
Cole and Phebe Niles]; res. N. S. ; farmer; held several town offices; 
rep. + 

Eunice Grant (1142,33) b. Stonington, June 8 (5), 1763; d. s. p. N. 
Stonington; m. (prob. N. S.), a. 1820, Allen York, whose istw. was 
Zeviah ; res. N. S. ; cooper; soldier in the Revolution. 

Amos Grant (1142,34) b. Stonington, Sep. 22, 1765; d. N. Stoning-, 
ton, Apr. 10, 1 821; m. Edgecomb; res. N. S.+ 

Gilbert Grant (1142,35) b. Stonington, Apr. 12, 1768 ;d. N. Stoning- 
ton, Mch. II, 1820; m. S., Feb. 21, 1790, Anna Breed [b. S., May 9, 
1766; d. N. S., Dec. 12, 1856; dau. of Nathan Breed and Lucy 
Babcock; m. (2) N. S., a. 1840, Amos (or Jas.) Treat, of Preston 
City (b. a. 1763; d. Preston, a. 1850]; res. N. S. ; farmer; dea. of 
Bapt. ch. many yrs. + 

Mary Grant (1142,36) b, N. Stonington, Mch. 2, 1771; d. N. S., 
1817; m. Stonington, Feb. 15, 1789, Edward Holmes [b. N. S. ; d. 
N. S., 1810; s. of Joshua Holmes and Prudence Wheeler] ; res. N. 
S. ; farmer. + 

Deborah Grant (1142,37) b. Stonington, Aug. 21, 1773; d, nr. 
Williamsville, N. Y., 1839; m. (i) S., 1796-7, Benijah Ladd [b. 
(prob. Franklin), Nov. 16, 1770; d. F., 1822; s. of Jeremiah Ladd 

and Jerusha Sabin] ; m. (2) bef. 1832, Judge Pratt, who d. a. 

1835-6; res. F. ; rem. a. 1822 to Burlington, N. Y. ; thence to Lock- 
port, N. Y., and a. 1835 to the home of her s. Grant; Mr. L. was a 



42 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

farmer; served through the Revolution, being at Valley Forge, 
Brandywine, Princeton and Yorktown. + 

Lucy Grant (1142,38) b, N. Stonington, June 7, 1776; d. Hopkin- 
ton, R. I., Dec. 12, 1853; m. Stonington, Dec. 13, 1796, Timothy 
Swan Wheeler [b. S. May 17, 1777; d. H., May 21, 1865; s. of Lieut. 
Isaac Wheeler and Ruth Swan]; res. N. S. ; rem. 1826-7 to H. ; far- 
mer; overseer of poor in H. ; served in War of 181 2; members of 
Bapt. ch.+ 

Elnathan Grant (1142,39) b. Stonington, July 7, 1779; d. Deans 
Corners, N. Y., Mch. 20, 1843; m. Nov. 12, 1801, Betsey Fellows [d. 
Troy, N. Y., 1822; dau. of Dea. Elnathan Fellows]; res. Quaker 
Springs, N. Y. ; hatter. + 

Children of Eunice Grant [p. 21) and Collings York. 

Eunice York (1142,40) b. Stonington, Apr. 16, 1756. 
Collings York (1142,41) b. Stonington, Sep. 25, 1758, 
Oliver York (1142,42) h. Stonington, Mch. 15, 1762. 

CJiildren of Noah Grant {p. 21) and Mary Pahner. 

Noah Grant (1143,30) b. Stonington, Feb. 22 (Dec. 7), 1772; m. S., 
Nov. 25, 1789 (1790), Polly Browning, of S. [b. S., Feb. 22, 1774; d. 
Taylor, N. Y., a. 1830; m. (2) T., a. 1825, John Joiner, who d. T.]; 
res. S., New London, Woodstock; rem. with ox teams to Pharsalia, 
N. Y., thence to Cincinnatus, N. Y. ; a. 1822 he started to go to 
Conn., and never returned; builder, miller, farmer and innkeeper. + 

Patty Grant (1143,31) b. Stonington, Oct. 22, 1775; m. Ezra New- 
ton; prob. res. Preston 1809. 

Polly Grant (1143,32) b. Stonington, Sep. 6, 1777; prob. d. unm. 
Preston, Feb. 13, 1831. 

Roswell Grant (1143,33) b. Stonington, Nov. 17, 1779; d. in Conn., 

while on a visit; m. (i) Abigail Smith; m. (2) ■ ; res. Preston; 

rem. 1808-13 to Hancock, Mass., thence to Chemung Co., N. Y. , 
and to nr. Stephentown, N. Y.+ 

Russell Grant (1143,34) b. Stonington, Sept. 17, 1781 (1784); d. 
Sandy Hill, N. Y., a. 1865, "a; 85 "; m. (i) in Conn., Abigail Pal- 
mer, who d. Sand Lake, N. Y. ; m. (2) Berlin, N. Y., Sallj^ Perkins 
[b. B., 1801; d. Andover, N. Y., 1886]; res. Preston as late as 1814; 
rem. to Chemung Co., N. Y., and Sandy Hill; farmer and mill- 
wright; private in Conn, militia 1813; separated fr. 2d w. a. 1830. + 

Miner Grant (1143,35) b. Stonington, July 28, 1787 (1786) ; d. 
Brooklyn, N. Y., Dec. 31, 1866 (Jan. i, 1869); m. Preston, Aug. 16, 
1807, Anna Palmer [b. P. ; d. P., July 24, 1820; dau. of Jesse Palmer 

and Abby ]; (prob. the one who m. P., July 20, 1824, Mary 

Maynard) ; m. (2 or 3) Betsey Palmer, who d. Norwich, i860, and 
was prob. sister of ist w. ; res. P. ; woodcutter and farmer; a very 
handsome man.+ 

Lucinda Grant (1143,36) b. Stonington, Oct. 31, 1791; d. P.; m. 
(prob. P.), 1825-33, Jesse Pettis, who d. bef. 1878; res. P. ; separated 
fr. h., and successfully worked her own farm; a very beautiful 
woman, universally respected ; her only child d. inf. 



SIXTH GENERATION. 43 

Children of Josiah Grant {p. 21) and Sarah Miner. 

Josiah Grant (1143,40) b. Stonington, Aug. 18, 1771; d. Warrens- 
ville (Willoughby), O., a. 1843-4; m. in Scotland, Sibyl Safford [b. 
nr. Edinburgh, Scotland; d, Willoughby, O., Oct. 8, 1830, sea. 50]; 
res. S. , perhaps also for a time nr. Rockville; rem. 18 14 by ox team 
to N. Y., thence to Willoughby; farmer; went to sea and was ship- 
wrecked, hence his m. abroad. + 

Sarah Grant (ii43,4oA) b. Stonington, Mch. 28, 1774. 

Thomas Grant (1143,41) b. Stonington, Sep. 12, 1775. 
, Prudence Grant (1143,42) b. Stonington, Sep. 24, 1777; prob. m. 
Westerly, R. I., 1798, Samuel Wilcox [b. W., June 10, 1777; s. of 
Hezekiah Wilcox and Hannah Parker]. 

Mary Grant (1143,43) b. Stonington, Mch. i, 1779. 
Children of Josiah Grant [p. 21) and Mary {Hewitt) Williams. 

Joseph Grant (1143,44) b. Stonington, Nov. 4, 1784 (1785); d. Free- 
town, N. Y., May (Apr.) 5, 1861; m. Burlington, Vt., 1809, Matilda 
Marsh [b. in Vt., Mch. 18, 1782; d. Pitcher (Cincinnatus), N. Y., 
Jan. (Feb.) 24, 1868 (1867), " ae 77"; dau. of Simeon Marsh and 

Elizabeth ] ; one of the first settlers of F., where he lived in a 

log-house until 1827 ; farmer, dairyman, sheep raiser and lumberman. -+- 

Hannah Grant (1143,45) b. Stonington, May 13, 1786; d. New 
Lisbon (Owego), N. Y., Aug. 26, 1862; m. Pittsfield, N. Y., Jan. 
19, 1804, Jared Gardner [b. Stephentown, N. Y., Mch. 25, 1781; d. 
N. L. or P., Sep. 5, 1862]; res. N. L. ; farmer.+ 

Cynthia Grant (1143,46) b. Stonington, Apr. 24, 1788; d. 1809; m. 
Feb. 6, 1806, Rev. John Warren, of Carmel, N. Y. [b. Roxbury, N. 
Y., June 19, 1785: d. Danbury, July 21, 1868; s. of Rev. Wm. War- 
ren and Maggie Craig; m. (2) her sister Desire]; Bapt. minister. + 

Nancy Grant (1143,47) b. Stonington, Apr. 24, 1788. 

Desire Grant (1143,48) b. Stonington (Norwich), Jan. 23, 1791; d. 
Danbury, Mch. 31, 1868 (1869); m. Dec. 1809, Rev. John Warren, 
wid. of her sister Cynthia; pastor of Bapt. churches at Patterson, 
N. Y. , Carmel and D. ; she was brought up by her uncle John Grant. + 

Wealthy Grant (1143,49) b. Stonington, Sep. 3, 1793; d. in Otsego 
Co., N. Y. ; m. John Gardner; res. New Lisbon, N. Y. 

Children of John Grant [p. 21) and Thankful Leivis. 

John Grant (1143,60) b. Stonington, Nov. 4, 1775; d. Ellington, 
Out. Co., Wis., Nov. 9, 1856; m. Sarah Osgood [b. Kingsbury, N. 
Y., June 20, 1786 (1785); d. Jan. 16. 1862; dau. of John Osgood]; 
left with his aunt Jane Lewis when his father went to N. Y. ; later 
rem. to central N. Y. and Wis. ; farmer; served under Gen. Scott in 
War of 1812.+ 

Nathaniel Lewis Grant (ii43,6i)d. y. 

Beriah Grant (1143,62) d. y. 

Asa Grant (1143,63) d. Feb. 8, 1853; m. Polly Hunt; both bur. 
Middletown, Del. Co., N. Y. ; capt. in War of 1812; assemblyman; 
only child d. inf. 

Elijah L. Grant (1143,64) b. Mch. 10, 1785; d. Rockland (Middletown, 
Del. Co.), N. Y., Jan. 7, 1852; m. Sally Finch [b. Mch. 2, 1779; d. 



44 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

Hamden, N. Y., Apr. 5, 1848; dau. of John Finch and Mary Lewis] ; 
res. R. ; farmer. + 

Avery Grant (1143,65) b. Stonington, 1787; d. Middletown, Del. 
Co., N. Y., 1855; m. Matilda Van Wagoner [b. M., Mch. 23, 1801; 
d. M., Apr. 4, 1869; dau. of John Van Wagoner and Betsey Bur- 
roughs] ; res. M. ; farmer ; held various political offices ; officer in 
militia. + 

Milton Grant (1143,66) d. y. 

Thankful Grant (1143,67) d. y. 

Anna Grant (1143,68) d. unm. ; res. Middletown, Del. Co., N. Y. 

Mary Lewis Grant (1143,69) b. Margaretville, N. Y., May 11, 1796; 
d. Franklin, N. Y., July 5, 1838; m. M., 1822-3, Rev. Daniel Water- 
bury [b. Andes, N. Y., 1793; d. Warsaw, N. Y., Dec. 22, 1838; s. of 
Daniel Waterbury and Mary Stevens] ; pastor of the Cong. ch. at 
F. ; one of the founders of the Delaware Literary Inst. ; grad. Union 
Coll. and Princeton Theol. Sem. ; a man of strong character and 
influence. + 

CJiildren of Reuben Grant {p. 21) and Mai'tha Skinner. 

Hannah Grant (1162,40) bp. Lyme, N. H., May 12, 1782; m. Jedi- 
diah Derby. + 

Lucy Grant (1162,41) bp. Lyme, N. H., May 12, 1782; m. Levi 
Metcalf; res. nr. Hanover, N. H. + 

Abdon Grant (1162,42) b. Lyme, N. H., "Apr. 21, 1783" (bp. L., 
June 8, 1782!); d. L., Sep. 8, 1831; m. L., Dec. 29, 1808, Martha 
Pelton [b. Saybrook, Oct. 28, 1787; d. Winchendon, Mass., May 21, 
I 862 ; dau. of Phineas Pelton and Margaret Tucker] ; res. L. ; farmer; 
collector 1814.+ 

Elihu Grant (1162,43) b. Lyme, N. H., "Feb. 17, 1786" (bp. L., 
May 15, 1785!); d. Dolgeville, N. Y., Sep. 4, 1864; m. Thetford, Vt., 
1812, Sarah Cadwell [b. T., Mch. 5, 1797; d. D., June 13, 1856; dau. 
of Moses Cadwell and Sarah Flosford]; res. L. and D.; merchant; 
miller. + 

Mary Grant (1162,44) t)p. Lyme, N. H., Apr. i, 1787. 

Reuben Grant (1162,45) bp. Lyme, N. H., Mch. 29, 1789. 

Noah Grant (1162,46) b. Lyme, N. H., Oct. 16, 1790; d. Richford, 
Vt., Oct. 24, 1761; m. (i) Hannah Conant [d. L., Apr. 28, 1828, in 
34th yr. ; dau. of Caleb Conant]; m. (2) Oct. 10, 1832, Anna Law- 
rence [b. Royalton (Hartford), Vt., Nov. 28, 1797; d. Richford, 
Jan. 12, 1865; dau. of Elias Lawrence and Lucy Johnson]; res. 
Richford ; farmer. + 

Thomas Right Grant (1162,47) bp. Lyme, N. H., Dec. 2, 1792. 

Peter Grant (1162,48) d. in early manhood; physician. 

Cynthia Grant (1162,49) bp. Lyme, N. H., Sep. 9, 1798; d. unm. L. 
CJiildren of Betliiah Grant {p. 21) and Jonathan Franklin. 

Lemuel Franklin (1162,50) b. Lyme, N. H,, Nov. 12, 1781; d. L., 
Apr. 16, 1859; m. Nov. 24, 1805, Philana Warren [b. Hardwick, 
Mass., Apr. 27, 1778; d. L., Jan. 29, 1845]; res. L. ; 5 chil. 

Eunice Franklin (1162,51) b. Lyme, N. H., Apr. 14, 1783; d. unm. 
L., Oct. 30, 1865; res. L. 



SIXTH GENERATION. 45 

Lewis Franklin (1162,52) b. Lyme, N. H., Aug. 21, 1784; enlisted 
in U. S. A., and disappeared; Dartmouth Coll. 

Ezra Franklin (1162,53) b. Lyme, N. H., Jan. 20, 1786; d. L., 
Feb. 16, 1799. 

Nancy Franklin (1162,54) b. Lyme, N. H., Aug. 20, 1787; d. L., 
Nov., 1788. 

George Franklin (1162,55) b. Lyme, N. H., Apr. 10, 1789; d. L., 
Aug. 14, 1863; m. July i, 1812, Electa Smith; res. L. ; 10 chil. 

Nancy Franklin (1162,56) b. Lyme, N. H., Feb. 28, 1791; d. L., 
Mch. 8, 1791. 

Betsey Franklin (1162,57) b. Lyme, N. H., Jan. 10, 1793; m. L., 
Oct. 13, 1812, Capt. Oliver Kingsbury Porter [b. L. ; s. of Wm. 
Porter] ; 10 chil. 

Polly Franklin (1162,58) b. Lyme, N. H., Jan. 6, 1795; ^- L., Aug. 
31, 1864; m. L., Jan. 3, 1816, Hon. David C. Churchill, who d. Feb. 
9, 1865, ae 74; res. L. ; chil. 

Nancy Franklin (1162,59) b. Lyme, N. H., Sep. 3, 1796; d. s. p. in 
Mass., June 4, 1819; m. L., Sep. 14, 1818, Israel Turner; res. 
Easton, Mass. 

CJiildren of Sarah Grant {p. 22) and Samuel Smith. 

Grant Smith (1162,70) see (1163,83). 

Smith (1162,71) (dau.) m. Hammond. 

Children of Deliverance Grant (/. 22) and Sainitcl Carj. 

"William Gary (1163,30) rem. 1802 to Cincinnati, O. ; hiss. Samuel 
F. Cary, b. a. 1813, res. College Hill, O., and has given assistance 
in this work. 

Cary. (There were 9 chil. besides William). 

Children of Deliverance Grant {p. 22) and John Strong. 

John Strong (1163,38). 

Zebulon Strong (1163,39). 

CJiildren of Benjamin Grant {p. 22) and Sarah Sloan. 

Abdon Grant (1163,40) d. Lyme, N. H., July 26, 1777, in 4th yr. 

Alanson Grant (1163,41) b. Lyme, N. H., June 24, 1775; d. L., 
Feb. 22, 1849; m. Nov. 28, 1799, Polly Fairfield [b, L., Aug. 17, 
1780; d. L., Oct. 4, 1842; dau. of Walter Fairfield and Thankful 
Cook]; res. L. ; carpenter and farmer ; members of Cong. ch. + 
Children of Deters Grant (p. 22) and Anna Bridgman. 

Justus Grant (1163,50) b. Bolton (Lyme, N. H.), 1772; d. Lyme, N 
H., June II, i860; m. Lois Pettee, who d. L.,Apr. 1843; res. L. , 
farmer and miller; tythingman.+ 

Betsey Grant (1163,51) bp. Lyme, N. H., Mch. 3, 1776; d. unm. ; 
rem. to Troy, Vt. 

Peters Grant (ii63,5iA) bp. Lyme, N. H., June 22, 1777; d. y. 

Anna Grant (1163,52) bp. Lyme, N. H., July 4, 1779; d. s. p. 
Troy, Vt. ; m. L., Samuel H. Hovey. 

Miriam Grant (1163,53) d. 1787, ae 7 yrs. ; bur. Lyme, N. H. 

Salome Grant (1163,54) bp. Lyme, N. H., July 2, 1782; d. s. p. 
Troy, Vt. ; m. L., Daniel Baker. 



46 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

Esther Grant (1163,55) bp. Lyme, N. H., Oct. 3, 1784. 

Electa Grant (1163,56) b. Lyme, N. H., Nov. 5, 1785; d. Colleg-e 
Hill, O., Aug. 18, 1849; m. L., David Thomas [b. L. ; d. inTenn.]; 
res. L. ; rem. a. 1819 to Cincinnati, O. ; cabinet-maker. + 

Olivia Grant (1163,57) bp. Lyme, N. H., Aug-. 25, 1788; m. 

Washburn; res. Troy, Vt., and Brockton, Mass.; (a descendant is 
Frank Washburn, Green St., B.f). 

Peters Grant (1163,58) bp. Lyme, N. H., Aug. 15, 1790; d. N. Troy, 
Vt. ; m. Dorothy Ware, of N. Thetford, Vt. [b. Thetford, Vt. ; d. 
Chelsea, Vt. ; bur. N. Thetford; m. (2) Raymond Hale, of C, who 
d. Ypsilanti, Mich.]; res. L., Thetford, and Troy; wid. rem. to C. ; 
farmer. + 

Benjamin Grant (11 63, 58 A) d. y. 

Isaac Grant (1163,59) b. Lyme, N. H., July 6, 1795; d. Mt. Vernon, 
O., Sep. 23, 1884; ni. Troy, Vt., Feb. 10(20), 1822, Esther Chamber- 
lain [b. Weathersfield, Vt., Mch. 20, 1799; d. M. V., Feb. 13, 1887; 
dau. of Oliver Chamberlain and Martha Stoughton] ; res. L. ; rem. 
a. 1821 to T., and a. 1854 to M. V. ; farmer. + 

CJiildrcn of Dorcas Grant [p. 22) and Ebenezer Green. 

Chauncy Green (1163,60) bp. Lyme, N. H., Nov. 6, 1775. 

Susannah Green (1163,61) bp. Lyme, N. H., Nov. 3, 1776. 

Jennie Grant Green (1163,62) bp. Lyme, N. H., May 17, 1778. 

Cyrus Green (1163,63) bp. Lyme, N. H., July 16, 1780. 

Hazon Green (1163,64) bp. Lyme, N. H., Sep. 29, 1782. 

Aras Green (1163,65), bp. Lyme, N. H., Sep. 29, 1783. 

William Conant Green (1163,66) bp. Lyme, N. H., Oct. 3, 1784; d. 
Aug. 7, 1786. 

Aurelia Green (1163,67) bp. Lyme, N. H., May 28, 1786; d. y. 
Cliildren of Miriam Grant (/. 22) and Samuel Root. 

Philomela Root (1163,70) b. Oct. 25, 1773; d. Feb. 15, 1859; m. 
Nov. 8, 1797, Alvan Talcott, of Vernon [b. Nov. 2, 1773; d. Mch. 
22, 1835; s. of Dea. Benj. Talcott and Elizabeth Lyman] ; he was a 
farmer; 6 chil., one of whom was the venerable genealogist. Dr. 
Alvan Talcott, of Guilford. 

Mehetabel Root (1163,71) b. Sep. 27, 1775; d. 1845; m. (i) Timothy 
Stedman; m. (2) Timothy Wood; res. Loraine, N. Y. ; 6 or more 
chil. by I St. m. 

Cliildren of Esther Grant [p. 22) and Timothy Bartholomew. 

Anna Bartholomew (1163,80) b. Aug. 29, 1774; d. Orford, N. H., 
Sep. 5, 1839; m. Sep. 15, 1799, Samuel Phelps, who d. Dec. 27, 
1827, ; res. O. ; 4 chil. 

Abigail Bartholomew (1163,81) b. Lyme, N. H., Apr. 10, 1776; d. 
Thetford, Vt., Sep. 11, 1858; m. T., May 15, 1794, Joseph Hosford 
[b. T., 1772; d. T., Aug. 19, 1842; s. of Aaron Hosford and Lucy 
Strong]; res. T. ; farmer; 12 chil., the only survivor§ of whom has 
given cheerful assistance in this work. 

§Harriette Hosford. b. Thetford, Vt., May 14, 1814; m. T., Mch. i, 1845, Gustavus Grout 
Cushman [b. Guildhall, Vt., 1805; d Bangor, Me., during the Civil War] ; res. N. Thetford, 
Vt.; only child d. inf. 



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SIXTH GENERATION. 47 

Abner Bartholomew (1163,82) b. Oct. 7, 1778; d. unm. Sep. 181 2 (181 1). 

Esther Bartholomew (1163,83) b. Oct. 20, 1780; d. Fairlee, Vt., Oct, 
14, 182S; m. Dec. 15, 1813, Grant Smith [d. July 27, 1853,8675; 
perhaps (1162,70)]; i s. 

Timothy Phelps Bartholomew (1163,84) b. Vershire, Vt., Feb. 4, 
1783; d. s. p. N. Thetford, Vt., Aug. 25, 1851; m. Dec. 15, 1807, 
Abigail Hosford [b. Feb. 15, 1786; d. Thetford, Feb. 29, 1868]; res. 
N. T. ; one of the wisest of men. 

Isaac Bartholomew (1163,85) b. June 10,. 1785; d. June i, 1786. 

Isaac Bartholomew (1163,86) b. Feb. 27, 1787; d. Feb. 23, 1789. 

Amelia Bartholomew (1163,87) b. Nov. 14, 1789; d. N. Thetford, 
Vt., Nov. 28, 1847; m. Oct. 17, 1818, Dr. John Browne, of Lyme, 
N. H. ; res. N. T. ; 10 chil. 

Lydia Bartholomew (1163,88) b. Sep. 30, 1793; d. June 28, 1877; m. 
Mch. 4, 1822, Geo. W. Maltby, who d. Mch. 9, 1864, ee 74; res. 
Vershire, Vt. ; 2 daus. 

Almeda Bartholomew (1163,89) b. July 18, 1796; d. Aug. 23, 1797. 
Children of Mary Grant [p 2j) and Pelatiah Birge. 

Daniel Birge (1165,00) b. July 14, 1768; d. Sep. 13, 1803. 

David Birge (1165,01) b. Sep. 30, 1770; d. Aug. 27, 1847. 

Eli Birge (1165,02) b. Oct. 18, 1772; m. Charlotte Barnard; res. 
Suffield; 8 chil. 

Rhoda Birge (1165,03) b. Sep. 8, 1774; res. Windsor Locks; unm. 

Seth Birge (1165,04) b. June 17, 1776; d. Oct. 16, 1777. 

Achsah Birge (1165,05) b. Mch. 23, 1778; res. Windsor Locks; unm. 

Seth Birge (1165,06) b. Feb. 26, 1780; res. New Hartford, N. Y. 

Asa Birge (1165,07) b. Jan. 29, 1782; res. Windsor; unm. 

Horace Birge (1165,08) b. Aug. 30, 1784; res. Windsor Locks; unm. 

Alexander Birge (1165,09) b. Aug. 23, 1786; d. June 15, 1789. 
Cliildrcn of Rhoda Grant {p. 2j) and Titus Goodalc. 

Thomas Goodale (1165,30) b. Lyme, N. H., Feb. 11, 1776; res. Elling- 
ton, 1795. 

Titus Goodale (1165, 31) b. E. Windsor, July 30, 1777; res. Elling- 
ton, 1795. 

CJiildren of Grace Grant {p. 2j) and Asaliel Green. 

Eunice Green (1165,60) b. E. Windsor, July 18, 1779. 

Martin Green (1165,61) b. E. Windsor, Nov. 21, 1780; 1. 1838; m. 
Irene Munsell [prob. b. Feb. 21, 1779, dau. of Hezekiah Munsell and 
Irene Bissell] ; res. W. Windsor; 7 or 8 chil. 

Roxa Green (1165,62) b. E. Windsor, July 21, 1782 ;d. Oct. 21, 1802. 

Thankful Green (1165,63) b. E. Windsor, June 15, 1784; d. Feb, 
17, 1S20. 

Asahel Green (1165,64) b. Wapping, Apr. 18, 1786; d. W., May, 
1882 ; res. W. ; served in the War of 181 2 ; until his 95th year he re- 
tained almost perfect faculties. 

Theodosia Green (1165,65) b, E. Windsor, Feb. 9, 1788; 1. 1838; m, 
John Stoughton, 2d, who wash 1838. 

Eli Green (1165,66) b. E. Windsor, Nov. 7 (May 9), 1789; 1. 1838. 

Reuben Green (ii65,66A) b. Windsor, Feb. 9, 1792; d. Feb. 15, 1792, 



48 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

Reuben Green (1165,67) 1. 1839; prob. 1. 1849. 

Eunice Green (1165,68) 1. 1838; m. Nathaniel Newel, who was 1. 1838. 

Olive Green (ii65,68A) 1. unm, 1839; prob. 1. unm. 1849. 

Eosina Green (1165,69) 1. unm. 1839; prob. 1. unm. 1849. 
Child of Rachel Grant {p. 2j) and Rufus Crane. 

Rufus Crane (1165,80) b. E. Windsor, Sep. 21, 1786; d. E. W., 
Feb. 7, 1851; m. E. W., Jan. 24, 1811, Wealthy Allen [b. Sep. 7, 
1793; dau. of Daniel Allen and Submit Bancroft]; 12 chil. 

CJiildren of Saviiiel R. Grant (/. 2f) and Mabel Loomis. 

Gustavus Grant (1211,10) b. Wapping, a. 1759; d- W., Mch. 11, 
1841; m. (i) Lucina Grant (1120,25); i^- (2) Electa GoodwinJ, who 
d. a. 1806; m. (3) a. 1807, Phebe Goodale [b. E. Hartford (Pomfret) 
a. 1775; d. W., Nov. 6, 1856, se 81; dau. of Ebenezer Goodale and 
Phebe Holt]; res. W. ; farmer and innkeeper; private in Col. Enos* 
Regt. 1778; surveyor, lister, selectman, constable and collector 20 
yrs. ; sheriff many yrs. ; first one bur. in the new cemetery at W. + 

Tryphena Grant (1211,11) b. E. Windsor, 1761; d. E. W., Jan. 10, 
1764, ae 2 yrs. 4 mos. 

Thomas Grant (1211,12) b. E. Windsor, a. 1763; d. unm. Wapping, 
Dec. 19, 1797. 

Sylvester Grant (1211,13) b. S. Windsor, Mch. 9, 1766; d. Wapping, 

a. 1820; m. (i) S. W., Gilbert [b. E. Windsor; d. E. W., a. 

1806]; m. (2) S. W., May 9, 181 1, Mrs. Nancy (Pease) Jennings, of 
W. , who d. Hartford; res. Barkhamstead and Great Barrington, 
Mass.; rem. 1805 to Stockbridge, Mass.; rem. to W. as early as 1811, 
where he settled nr. the ch. ; farmer, wheel-wright and carpenter; 
keykeeper, surveyor. + 

Tryphena Grant (1211,14) m. E. Windsor, Mch. 25, 1792, Jabez 
Morgan; chil. 

Elizabeth Grant (1211,15) d. s. p.; m. E. Windsor, Apr. 23, 1795, 
Luther Goodale, of Bolton. 

Wareham Grant (1211,16) d. Ashtabula (Jefferson), O., 1815; m. 
E. Windsor, Feb. 1797, Mabel Hurlburt (1103,321) ; rem. to Montreal, 
Canada; returned to E. Windsor a. 1805; rem. 1809-10 to Ashtabula, 
O. ; trader, carpenter, millwright, contractor and farmer; in 181 1 
built at J. the first court-house in Ashtabula Co. ; capt. in War of 1812; 
came to Ohio in a rowboat by way of Lake Erie; they landed and 
tied the boat, leaving the baby (Orson) in it while they prepared a 
meal; but on returning they found that the boat was gone, and were 
in despair, for they had nothing out of it but an axe; they set out to 
find help, but in walking two miles down the shore through the 
woods saw no sign of man save a deserted log cabin ; but they found 
the boat washed ashore and the babe secure. + 

Child of Isaac Grant {p. 2f) and HannaJi {Treadwa)') Skinner. 

Hannah Grant (1211,40) b. Wapping, June 23 (21), 1781; d. S. 
Windsor, Sep. 12, 1871; m. Apr. 29, 1805, Col. John Collins [b. 

t This is gfiven on the statement of one descendant, and agrees with the date given by- 
several persons of the death of Lucina (Wapping, Mch. 25, 1789, te 27) ; but most of the de- 
scendants think there was no such marriage, and place the date of Lucina's death a, 1798, 
and the date of the marriage to Phebe Goodale a. 1799. 



SIXTH GENERATION. 49 

Somers, Sep. i (7), 1779; d. W. ,Nov. 5, 1857; s. of John Collins and 
Mehetabel Chapin]; res. W. , in the house of her uncle Wm. Grant; 
farmer; she was a woman of remarkable intelligence, whose vigor- 
ous memory enabled her to make valuable contributions to the 
family history. + 

Children of Sarah Grant (/. 2f) and Amos Bostivick. 

Polly Bostwick (1234,10) b. New Milford, Oct. 18, 1767. 

Amos Gates Bostwick (1234,11). 

Charles or Grant Bostwick (1234,12). 

Bostwick (1234,13) (dau.). 

Children of Rachel Grant [p. 24) and David Nor thriip. 

Friend Grant Northrup (1234,20) b. Jan. 14, 1770. 

Betsey Northrup (1234,21) b. Apr. 20, 1772; d. Mch. 31, 1782. 

John Wilks Northrup (1234,22) b. Feb. 9, 1774. 

David Northrup (1234,23) b. May 8, 1778; d. at sea, May 13, 1803, 
on his return from the E. Indies. 

Solomon Northrup (1234,24) b. May 29, 1780. 

Abner Northrup (1234,25) b. Sep. 7, 1782. 

Nathaniel Northrup (1234,26) b. July 9, 1784. 

Betsey Northrup (1234,27) b. June 27, 1786; m. Sep. 11, 1806, Isaac 
Sanford; 4 chil. 

Children of Anne Grant {p. 2^) and Auws Nortlirup. 

Thomas Grant Northrup (1234,30) b. New Milford (Litchfield), Jan. 

5, 1771; m. 

Amos Northrup (1234,31) b. New Milford (Litchfield), Oct. 11, 
1772 ; d. Feb. 21, 1834. 

Sally Northrup (1234,32) b. New Milford (Litchfield), June 28, 
1776; d. unm. Dec. 16, 1876; joined Cong. ch. 1828. 

Urania Northrup (1234,33) (called Polly), b. New Milford (Litch- 
field), Jan. 28, 1779; d. N. M., Apr. 14, 1788. 

Children of Anne Grant [p. 25) and Thomas Wells. 

Thomas Wells (1234,34) b. a. 1782. 
' Lewis Wells (1234,35) (o'r Lois), b. a. 1785. 

Children of Jernsha Grant [p. 25) aiid Hiirlburt. 

Abijah Hurlburt (1550,00) res. Alford, Mass., 1790. 

Cyprian Hurlburt (1550,01) rem. 1790 fr. Hampshire Co., Mass., to 
Windham Co., Vt. 

Gabriel Hurlburt (1550,02) rem. 1790 fr. Hampshire Co., Mass., to 
Windham Co., Vt. 

Juliana § (1550,03) m. bef. Feb. 15, 1790, John Dresser; 

rem. 1790 fr. Goshen to Alford, Mass. 

Children of Jesse Grant {p. 26) and Anne Leivis. 

Charlotte Grant (1550,30) b. Litchfield, Jan. 10 (19), 1768. 

Chauncy Lewis Grant (1550,31) b. Litchfield, May 8, 1769; d. s. p. 
Schoharie, N. Y., Aug. 2, 1794", m. bef. Dec. 1793, Rhoda Goodwin 
[b. L., Jan. 30, 1766; d. Oct. 28, 1839; dau. of Ozias Goodwin and 

§ It is not certain whether her father was Hurlburt or Samford. 



■ 50 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

Hannah Vail; m. (2) (as 2dw.), Oct. 3, 1797, Nathaniel Goodwin (b. 
Feb. 4, 1760; d, E. Morris, Apr. 15, 1841; s. of Nathaniel Goodwin 
and Elizabeth Marsh)]; res. L. 

Clarissa Grant (1550,32) d. Rochester, N. Y. , 1843-4; m. (i) 

Norton; m. (2) Noah Heacock (or Hickox), a widower. + 

Anna Grant (1550,33). 

Jesse Grant (1550,34) b. Litchfield, Oct. 1776 (1775); d. Ithaca, N. 
Y., July 14, 1852; m. Catskill, N. Y., Dec. 16, 1795 (Sep. 16, 1797), 
Roxana Shattuck [b. N. Haven, Mch. i, 1778; d. I., i860, " ae 83 "; 
dau. of Timothy Shattuck and Deborah Barnes] ; res. Durham, N. 
Y. ; rem. 181 1 to I. ; innkeeper. + 

Children of AsenatJi Grant (/. 26). 

Lorrain \ (1550,60) 1. 1785. 

Bernice % (1550,61) 1. 1785. 

Children of Ambrose Grant {p. 2"/) and HannaJi Mason. 

Lydia Grant (1554,00) b. Litchfield, Dec. 28, 1772; d. 1859; m. 
Capt. Benj. Phelps, of L. [b. Torrington, June 15, 1769; d. Beaver 
Dam, Wis.; s. of Benj. Phelps and Isabella Loomis] ; res. T. ; prob. 
rem. to N. Y. ; farmer and physician; served in War of 181 2; she 
was a member of Pres. ch. + 

Huldah Grant (1554,01) b. Litchfield, Oct. 16, 1774; d. Marathon 
(Binghamton), N. Y., Apr. 6, 1849; m. L. (Torrington), Aug. 11, 
1793, Miles Beach [b. Goshen (T.), May 17, 1773; d. T., Aug. 16 
(18), 1827; s. of Dea. Wait Beach and Huldah Loomis]; res. T. ; 
nail-maker and blacksmith; she was a member of Pres. ch.+ 

William Grant (1554,02) b. Litchfield, Feb. 26, 1776; d. Hanover, 
Oneida Co., N. Y., Oct. 11, 1835; m. Warren, Nov. 25, 1801, Rachel 
Wedge [b. W., Feb. 26, 1778; d. Cortland, N. Y., June 21, 1851; 
dau. of Asahel Wedge and Hannah White]; res. L. ; rem. 1803 to 
Paris, N. Y., and in 1834 to H. ; farmer; dea. of Bapt. ch. 3oyrs.+ 

David Grant (1554,03) b. Litchfield, Feb. 25, 1778; d, Smithville 
Flats, N. Y., July 25, 1849(1850); m. L, (Torrington), 1805, Jemima 
Bancroft [b. T., May 30, 1781; d. S. F., July 22 (23, 25), 1863; dau. 
of Ephraim Bancroft and Jemima Loomis]; res. L. ; rem. 1808 to 
S. F. ; farmer; U. S, marshal at the ovation given to editor Osborn, 
confined in jail in L., Aug. 1806. + 

Jared Grant (1554,04) b, Litchfield, Oct. (Dec.) 19, 1779; d. Smith- 
ville Flats, N. Y., Dec. 10, 1849; m. Huntington (L,), Jan. 27, 1807, 
Betsey Judson [b. H., Sep. 20, 1780; d. Greene, N. Y., Oct. i, 1868 
(1869); dau. of Lewis Judson and Lavinia Baird] ; res. L. ; rem. 1807 
to S. F. ; farmer. + 

Charles Grant (1554,05) b. Litchfield, Apr. 25, 1782; d. L., Mch. 
10, 1821; m. L., June (Jan.) 12, 1809, Hannah McNiel [b. July 8, 
1785; d. Sep. 2, 1871; dau. of Capt. Isaac McNiele and Lois Bald- 
win]; res. L. ; farmer; lister, surveyor of highways, grand juror. + 

John Grant (1554,06) b. Litchfield, Sep. 13, 1785; d. Stockton, N. 
Y., Apr. 24, 1863; m. L., Mch. 15, 1807, Clarissa Wooster [b, L., 

t Prob. chil. of Mc Arthur ; in case of Asenath's death they were, by her father's will, to re- 
ceive her share of the estate. 



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SIXTH GENERATION. 51 

Nov. 13 (17), 1782; d. S., Jan. 8, 1847; dau. of Lemuel Wooster and 
Rebecca Gillett] ; res. L. ; rem. 1809 to Smith ville Flats, N. Y., to 
Fredonia a. 1829, thence to S. ; dairy farmer,+ 

CJiildren of Charles Gra?it {p. 2"/) and Dinah BeacJi. 

Phebe Grant (1554,10) b. Litchfield, Nov. 11, 1776. 

Anne Grant (1554,11) b. Litchfield, Mch. 27, 1779. 

Hannah Grant (1554,12) b. Litchfield, Aug. 6, 1781. 

Charles Grant (1554,13) b. Litchfield, Nov. 15, 1784; prob. the one 
who (d. s. p. ; m. Lydia Seymour, form, of Burlington, Vt. ; res. 
Charlotte, Vt. ; rem. to B. 1848; dea. in Cong. ch. of C). 

CJiildren of Isaac Grant {p. 2j) and Hannah Tracy. 

Isaac Grant (1556,40) b. Lenox, Mass., Feb. 3, 1785; d. Worcester, 
N. Y., Oct. 19, 1841; m. Apr. 28, 1805, Hannah Hammond [b. Nor- 
wich, N. Y. (Conn.), Nov. 18, 1788 (1785); d. W., July 27, 1854; 
dau. of Hon. Samuel (orWm.) Hammond and Hannah Tracy]; res. 
W. ; M. E. minister; presiding elder in Chenango and Otsego Co. 
circuits. + 

Elihu Grant (1556,41) b. Nov. 4, 1786 (1787); d. Harrisville (nr. 
Lodi), O., Sep. 26, 1841; m. Chenango Co., N. Y., Oct. 15, 1809, 
Amy Marsh [b. Oct. 7, 1792 ; d. Huntington, O., Apr. 28, 1865 (1864) ; 
dau. of Nathan (or John) Marsh and Sadie Perkins] ; res. in N. Y. 
and Medina, O. ; rem. a. 1830 to Harrisville; farmer and shoe- 
maker; educated in medicine. + 

Loring Grant (1556,42) b. Queens, N. Y., Feb. 25, 1789; d. Pent- 
water (Niles), Mich., Sep. 13, 1870; m. Braintrim, Pa., Aug. 4, 1811, 
Betsey Keeney [b. B., Apr. 6, 1796; d. N., Jan. 10, 1867; dau. of 
Joshua Keeney and Phebe Sturdevant] ; res. Milo Center, N. Y., 
and Albion, Mich. ; a celebrated pioneer minister and presiding elder 
of the M. E. ch. ; by his labor and influence Genesee Wesleyan Sem., 
of which Genesee Coll. is an outgrowth, was established ; Albion 
Coll. also owes its existence to his zeal and unwearied labors; a most 
active and influential man, scores of churches being established by 
him; he raised the money, drew the plans, and superintended their 
erection; several times delegate to General Conference; chairman 
of publishing committee of the "Auburn Banner" 1837. + 

Roswell Grant (1556,43) b, June (Jan.) 9, 1792; d. ae i mo. 

Charles Grant (1556,44) b. Colerain, Mass., Oct. 2, 1794; d. Bengal, 
Mich., Jan. 11, 1885; m. (i) Smithville Flats, N. Y., Mch. 26, 1816; 
Margaret Hines [b. Bradford Co., Pa. ; d. S. F., Aug. 6, 1826]; m.(2) 
Covington, N. Y., Feb. i, 1831, Mrs. Matilda (Moe) Close, of Ann 
Arbor, Mich. [d. Perry, N. Y., Aug. 26, 1833; dau. of John Moe 
and (Mary Tyler?)]; m. (3) Gainesville, N. Y., June 10, 1838, Emeline 
Gillett, of G. [b. Kortright, N. Y., Jan. 12, 1812; dau. of Jacob 
Gillett and Polly Hill]; res. S. F. ; rem. 1828 to Genesee Co., N. Y., 
in 1836 to Ann Arbor, Mich., in 1837 to Lyons, Mich., and in 1840 to 
B. ; carpenter, millwright and farmer; teacher in early life; capt. in 
War of 1812; in 1837 he built the first saw-mill at Mason, Mich., and 
helped build the first bridge at L. ; in 1840 he built the first frame 
house in Bengal Tp., his being the third family there, and the forests 



52 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

round about trackless save for blazed paths; J. P, ; joined the M. E. 
ch. 1871 ; g-enerous and kindhearted himself, he had a contempt for 
anything mean or unmanly. + 

Marcena Grant (1556,45) b. Oct. 21, 1797; d. Aug. 1801. 

Maria Grant (1556,46) b. July 1800; d. Aug. 1801. 

Jesse Chapman Grant (1556,47) b. Plymouth, N. Y., Sep. 2 (9), 1802 
(1801); d. Minneapolis, Minn., Aug. 14, 1885, " se 84"; m. Greene, 
N. Y., Dec. 25, 1828, Frances Forbes Gere [b. Norwich, Mass., 
Mch. 22, 1805; d. M., Sep. 3, 1888, " ae 84 yrs. 3 mos. 12 days"; 
dau. of Silsby S. Gere and Jane McCrea]; res. Parry, Chen. Co., N. 
Y. ; rem. a. 1836 to Cameron, N. Y. , a. 1852 to Rockford, 111., in 
1859 to Monticello, Minn., and in 1866 to Minneapolis; farmer and 
builder; constable, J. P., sheriff of Steuben Co. ; held all lay ch. offi- 
ces, and most town offices; they were both true Christians, living 
their religion at home as well as abroad. + 

Juliana Delay Grant (1556,48) b. Smyrna (Norwich), N. Y. , Aug. 2, 
1807; d. Table Rock, Neb., Feb. 25, 1875; m. (i) Chenango Co., N. 
Y. , Jan. 15, 1834, Horatio Nelson Gere [b. Northampton, Mass., 
Apr. 2, 1802; d. T. R., Nov. 3, 1862; s. of Silsby S. Gere and Jane 
McCrea]; m. (2) (prob. 1867) T. J. McClure, of T. R. ; res. Greene, 
N. Y. ; rem. to T. R. ; Mr. G. was a teacher and farmer; dea. in 
M. E. ch.+ 

CJiildreii of Joel Grant (/. 27) and ZilpaJi Cozvles. 

Elijah Grant (1558,00) b. Norfolk, Oct. 28, 1782; d. Millbrook, 
Aug. 25, 1867; m. Colebrook, Nov. 11, 1807, Elizabeth Phelps [b. 
C. (Windsor), Oct. 18, 1784; d. M., Jan. 26, 1866; dau. of Daniel 
Phelps and Elizabeth (or Sarah) Barnard]; res. M., dea. of Cong-. 
Ch. of C. ; filled nearly every town office. Dr. Patterson says: "He 
was noted as an embodiment of the Grant characteristics, shown in 
his quiet persistence in executing his plans, desiring only to know 
what was right and then doing it; never neglecting a duty for his own 
ease and advantage, but performing every duty assigned him, how- 
ever small, with conscientious care and fidelity. "+ 
^JfiBisha^ G ranting -^8.01) b. Norfolk, Apr. 3, 1785; d. Colebrook, 
Mch. 3, iS^rfm. (i) N., Dec. 10, 1801, Cyrus Walter; m. (2) N., 
Nov. 1808, Roswell Griswold [b. Winchester, Feb. 8, 1780; d. New 
Marlborough, Mass. (Colebrook), Dec. 10, 1833; s. of Seth Griswold) 
and Huldah Priest] ; res. C. and N. M. ; Mr. G. was a farmer. + \ 

Nancy Grant (1558,02) b. Norfolk, Apr. 25, 1788; d. N., Jan. 5, 
1833; m. Jan. 30, 1811, Dea. Amos Pettibone, of N. [d. N., 1864; 
m. (2) Julia PettilDone] ; res. N. + 

James Grant (1558,03) b. Norfolk, Jan. 29, 1790; d. N., Feb. 20, 
1826; m. Mch. 1812, Jerusha Phelps [b. Windsor, Jan. 27, 1790; d. 
Fox Lake, Wis., June 9, 1867; dau. of Launcelot Phelps and Jerusha 
Pinney] ; res. N. ; farmer. + 

Zilpah Polly Grant (1558,04) b. Norfolk, May 30, 1794; d. s. p. New- 
buryport, Mass., Dec. 3, 1874; m. Dedham (Newburyport), Mass., 
Sep. 7, 1841, Hon. Wm. Bostwick Banister [b. Brookfield, Mass., 
Nov. 8, 1773; d. Newburyport, July i, 1853; s. of Col. Seth Banister 







SIXTH GENERATION. 53 

and Mercy Warriner; m. (i) Jan. i, 1801, Susan Upham, dau. of 
Capt. Phineas Upham, of B. ; m. (2) Mary Brown, dau. of Moses 
Brown, of Newburyport] ; lawyer and merchant; grad. Dartmouth 
Coll. 1797; senator of Mass.; trustee of Amherst Coll.; visitor of 
Andover Theol. Sem. ; her life was written by Miss Guilford under 
the title, " The Use of a Life." 

She was one of the most influential of the pioneers in the higher 
education of women. Having received under Rev. Joseph Emerson, 
of Saugus, Mass., the necessary training, and supplemented it by 
several years experience in teaching, she opened the Adams' Female 
Academy in Derry, N. H., in 1824. The school became one of the 
very highest order for that period, providing a three years course of 
study, additional to the training of the common school, and giving a 
written testimonial, in other words diploma, to those completing it. 
A marked feature of this course was the systematic study of the 
Bible; and the development of Christian character, in every pupil, 
was earnestly sought. In 1827 she established the Ipswich (Mass.) 
Female Seminary, a large number of her pupils following her. As 
early as 1834 she began to agitate the subject of a permanent build- 
ing for a school for women, with accommodations and facilities 
similar to colleges for young men. Much interest was awakened; 
but her health failing, she was obliged to leave the seminary in 
charge of Miss Lyon, the assistant principal, whose privilege it was, 
with an experienced corps of teachers from Ipswich, to carry out, by 
the opening of Mt. Holyoke Seminary in 1837, Miss Grant's ideal of 
a permanent institution for women. In 1839 she finally gave up the 
charge of Ipswich Seminary. During her fifteen years in Derry and 
Ipswich, sixteen hundred young women had come under her care, 
one hundred and fifty-six of whom graduated. Her interest in re- 
ligious and educational work never waned; and she was a frequent 
visitor to institutions in charge of friends and former pupils, impart- 
ing her large experience, and giving freely of her time and means to 
various objects which seemed to her worthy of aid. 

Children of Roszvell Grant [p. 28) and Coy. 

Mahala Grant (1558,20) b. Norfolk, July 31, 1785; d. Colebrook, 
June 29, 1865; bur. Erie, Pa.; m. Oct. 9, 1806, Elijah Pinney [b. 
Winchester, Oct. 12, 1775 ;d. E.,Aug. 24, 1855 ; s. of Lieut. Abraham 
Pinnev and Lucretia Barnard] ; res. W. and Barkhamsted ; rem. 1835 
to E.+ 

Amarylla Minerva Grant (1558,21) b. Norfolk, Mch. 1788 (1789); d. 
unm. Winchester, Apr. 23, 1852; res. nr. Winsted ; spinner and 
weaver. 

Deidamia A. Grant (1558,22) b. Norfolk, May 1794; d. Winchester, 
May 15, 1835; m. W., Sep, 18, 1816, Edwin Miner Strong [b. W., 
July 25, 1795; s. of David Strong and Esther Miner]; res. W. ; wid. 
rem. to N. Y. C. + 

Sage Washington Grant (1558,23) b. Norfolk, Aug. 13, iSoo; d. 
Winchester Center, Nov. 4, 1866; m. New Marlborough, Mass. , Sep. 
4, 1829, Lucy Spaulding [b. N. M., June 5, 1805 (1804); d. W^insted, 



54 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

Jan. 28, 1889; dau. of Jacob Spaulding and Lucy Ward ; m. (2) July 

12, 1869, Roswell Smith]; res. W. C. ; farmer. + 

Children of Rosivcll Grant (/. 28) and Elizabeth {Robbins) Laivrcnce. 

Grant (1558,24) (dau.) b. Norfolk, Feb. 11, 1812; d. inf. 

Anna Elizabeth Grant (1558,25) b. Norfolk, Feb. u, 1812; 1. 1865; 
d. unm. N. ; res. N. ; tailoress; gave valuable aid in the compilation 
of the family history. 

Children of Moses Grant (/. 28) and Sarah Phelps. 

Koxie Matilda Grant (1558,30) b. Norfolk, Sep. 2, 1795; d. Goshen, 
Oct. 24, 1841; m. May 17, 1818, Geo. Cook [b. G. ; d. G., Feb. 10, 
1864, ae 70; s. of Moses Cook and Lydia Thompson]; res. G. ; mer- 
chant. + 

Lois Lucina Grant (1558,31) b. Norfolk, Sep. 2, 1795; d. Byron, 
Wis., Feb. i, 1869; m. May 1819, Benedict Sweet, of Tyringham, 
Mass. [b. Winchester, Oct. 15, 1796; d. nr. Wellington, O., a. July 
1848; s. of John Sweet and Phebe Spencer]; res. T. ; rem. to Wel- 
lington, and 10 or 12 yrs. later to B. ; farmer. + 

Sally Malenna Grant (i558,3iA) b. Norfolk, Mch. 27, 1797; d. N., 
Oct. 25, 1803. 

Joel Marshall Grant (1558,32) b. Norfolk, Mch. 3, 1799; d. Chautau- 
qua, N. Y., July 10, 1843; m. Covington, N. Y., Sep. 6, 1826, Jen- 
nette Grilly, of C. [b. Waterbury (Naugatuck), Aug. 20, 1807; d. 
W. , Sep. 29, 1896; dau. of Samuel Grilly and Caroline Phelps]; rem. 
bef. 1826 to Leroy, N. Y., and later to Chautauqua; wid. rem. to 
W. 1844; farmer. + 

Giles Phelps Grant (1558,33) b. Norfolk, Mch. 26, 1801 (1802); d. s. 
p. Caledonia, N. Y., Jan. (Feb.) 18, 1877; m. (i) (prob. Hartford), 
Feb. 1825, Laura Crittendon [d. Apr. 15, 1862; dau. of Amos Crit- 
tendon and Laura Gould]; m. (2) C, Sep. 8, 1863, Margaret McLean 
[dau. of Hector McLean and Anne Mclntyre]; res. H. ; rem. 1851 
to Ithaca, N. Y., in 1852 to Rochester, and bef. 1865 to C. ; whole- 
sale and retail boot and shoe merchant ; the first merchant to send 
out travelling salesmen ; a prominent man ; of great nobility of char- 
acter, kind and generous. 

Garry Cook Grant (1558,34) b. Norfolk, Oct. 6, 1803 ; d. unm. Grant- 
ville, May 17, 1839; res. N. ; farmer and manufacturer of cheese 
boxes. 

Harry McGill Grant (1558,35) b. Norfolk, Feb. 8, 1806; d. N., Sep. 
20 (21), 1870; m. Winchester, Oct. i, 1834, Sarah Ann Richards [b. 
Otis (Sandisfield), Mass., Feb. 4, 1813; dau. of Moses Richards and 
Naomi Hurlburt] ; res. Grantville, in the homestead, which he 
bought, together with half of the shop and saw-mill ; wid. res. Win- 
sted; farmer, lumberman and cheese-box manufacturer. + 

Lucretia Marilla Grant (1558,36) b. Norfolk, Apr. 14, 1808; d. N., 
July 17, 1808. 

Mary AnnJGrant (1558,37) b. Norfolk, Oct. 4, 1809; d. s. p. N., 
Sep. 19, 1871; m. (as 2d w.) Winchester, Feb. 6, 1849, Hiram Mills 
[d. N. ; s. of Lawrence Mills] ; res N. ; farmer. 

Naomi Grant (1558,38) b. Norfolk, Dec. 16, 1812; d. N., Dec. 23, 1812. 






SIXTH GENERATION. 55 

Riley Andrews Grant (1558,39) b. Norfolk, July 15, 1817; m. N., 
May 20, 1843, Huldah Rebecca Tibbals [b. Winchester, Jan. 6, 1821; 
d. N., Feb. 27, 1893; dau. of Nathan Tibbals and Rebecca Green]; 
res. Grantville; farmer. $+ 

CJiildrcn of Levi Grant {p. 28) and RJioda Andrews. 

Harvey Grant (1558,40) b. Norfolk, July 23, 1794; d. Ripon, Wis., 
May 10, 1863; m. N., Nov. 12, 1816, Experience Norton [b. N. , Aug. 
I, 1796; d. R., Jan. 7, 1888; dau. of Stephen Norton and Hannah 

]; res. N. ; rem. a. 1834 to Wellington, O., and in 1845-6 to 

R. ; farmer and grain warehouseman ; rep. 1832-3 ; dea. and elder 
of Pres. ch. ; J. P., town clerk, mayor, member of Wis. assembly 
several terms, and of Wis. senate one term ; she was noted for her 
beauty and the mildness of her disposition. + 

Euphrasia Grant (1558,41) b. Norfolk, a. 1798; d. W. Groton, N. Y,, 
Mch. 26, 1832, ae 34; m. N., Oct. 16, 1817, Harvey Phelps, of Gro- 
ton, N. Y. [b. Colebrook, Sep. 4, 1796; d. W. G., Feb. 5, 1876 
(1877), "ae 81"; s. of Launcelot Phelps and Jerusha Pinney; m. (2) 
Mary Loomis]; res. Antwerp, N. Y., and Groton; farmer. + 

Kezia Grant (1558,42) b. Norfolk (Colebrook), Dec. 13, 1805; d. 
West Groton, N. Y., June 6, 1843; "i- N., Sep. 14 (25), 1825, Cicero 
Phelps, of Groton, N. Y. [b. C, Aug. 29 (27), 1801; d. Homer, N. 
Y., Nov. 20, 1872; s. of Launcelot Phelps and Jerusha Pinney; m. 
(2) G. or Lansing, N. Y., Feb. 22, 1844, Mrs. Lucretia (Miller) In- 
gersoll (b. April 2, 1818; d. H., Jan. 31, 1889)]; i"gs. G. ; wid. rem. 
1859 to Cortland, N. Y. ; farmer; J. P.+ 

Huldah Grant (1558,43) b. Norfolk, May 16 (18), 1809; d. Boscobel, 
Wis., Nov. 15, 1894; m. N. (Groton, N. Y.), Nov. 12 (n), 1829, 
Robt. Armstrong [b. Genoa, N. Y., July i, 1804; d. Brodhead, Wis. , 
Mch. 20 (16), 1875 (1876); s. of Moses Armstrong and Sarah Wil- 
son]; res. Cortland, N. Y., and Groton; rem. 1845 ^o Whitewater, 
Wis. , and in 1865 to Brodhead; stone mason, builder, shoemaker 
and farmer; town clerk, city marshal 1874; elder in Pres. ch., of 
which she was a member. + 



SEVENTH GENERATION. 

CIvAN A. 

Children of Aaron Grant (/. 2g) and Lucy Sadd. 

Nancy Grant (1103,310) b. E. Windsor, Oct. 9, 1783; d. Torring- 
ford; m. July 16, 1802, Adolphus Hawkins, who d. May 17, 1817, 
ae 39 ; res. Torrington or Goshen ; rem. to E. Windsor Hill. + 

Pitkin Grant (1103,311) b. E. Windsor, June 8, 1786; d. E. W., 
Dec. 4 (2), 1788. 

Chloe Grant (1103,312) b, E. Windsor, Aug. 3, 1788; d. Hartford, 
June 21, 1835; m. Dec. 9, 1812, Joel King [b. Alstead, N. H., Apr. 
8, 1 791; d. H., Aug, 18, 1839; s. of Jonathan King and Mary 
Walker]; res. S. Windsor; rem. to H.+ 

Pitkin Grant (1103,313) b. E. Windsor, Sep. 17, 1790; d. Dec. 7, 
1790. 

Aaron Grant (1103,314) b. E. Windsor Hill, Dec. 4, 1791; d. Wap- 
ping, Mch. 28 (29), 1864; m. Scantic, 1816, Eleanor Osborn [b. E. 
Windsor, Oct. 1792; d. S. Windsor, Mch. 29, 1838; dau. of Archelaus 
(or Archer) Osborn and Sarah Baxter]; res. S. W. ; farmer; private 
in militia 1813.+ 

Hannah Grant (1103,315) b. E. Windsor, Feb. 22, 1794; d. unm., 
Feb. 16, 1816. 

Lucretia Grant (1103,316) b. E. Windsor, Oct. 28, 1797; d. Coven- 
try; m. Mch. 28, 1826, Lester Brewster [b. C, Dec. 30, 1798; d. 
C. ; s, of Shubael Brewster and Asenath Porter]; res. C. ; farmer. + 

Harvey Grant (1103,317) b. E. Windsor, Jan. 22, 1800; d. E. 
Windsor Hill, Dec. 29, 1861; bur. S. Windsor; m. E. W., Jan. 22, 
1829, Sarah Ellsworth Osborn [b. E. W., Jan. 13, 1807; d. Man- 
chester, Dec. 15, 1862; bur. S. W. ; dau. of Archelaus (or Archer) 
Osborn and Sarah Baxter]; res. E. W. H.; farmer. + 

Samuel Pitkin Grant (1103,318) b. E. Windsor, Oct. i, 1802; kept 
a restaurant in Buffalo, N. Y. ; supposed to have died there of 
cholera; unm. 

Cliildren of Eunice Grant {p. 2g) and Thomas Hurlburt. 

Naomi H. Hurlburt (1103,320) b. New Hartford, 1778; d. Austin- 
burgh, O., Nov. 19 (9), 1854; m. N. H., Samuel Ryder [b. Torring- 
ton, 1765; d. A., Mch. 25 (20), 1834 (1835), "se7o"]; rem. to A. 
1809-10; farmer and shoemaker. + 

Mabel Electa Hurlburt (1103,321) d. Hartsgrove, O,, June 12, 1856 
(1858); m. (i) Wareham Grant (1211,16); m. (2) John White, of 
Windsor, O., where she res. ; later rem. to H. 

Eunice Hurlburt (1103,322) 1. 1814; m. • Brown. 

Sally Hurlburt (1103,323) 1. 1814; m. • Hills; res. Erie, Pa. 

Erastus Grant Hurlburt (1103,324) b. Torrington, Mch. 20,1787; 
d. Hartsgrove, O., Sep. 4 (5), 1845; ni. Winchester, Dec. 16, 1812, 

56 



SEVENTH GENERATION. 57 

Clarissa A. Goodwin [b. W., Mch. 21, 1791; d, Massillon, O., Dec. 
15, 1856; dau. of Russell Goodwin and Ruth Church]; rem. to W. 
a. 1816, to Goshen in 1835, and to H. 1842-3; farmer; they were 
members of the Cong. ch. in T. 1813.+ 

Thomas Hurlburt (1103,325).+ 

Betsey Hurlburt (1103,326) b. Winchester; m. in O. after 1814, 
Thompson Higley, who was b. Simsbury; res. Windsor, O. ; she 
was a member of the Cong. ch. in Torrington.+ 

Anna Hurlburt (1103,327) d. bef. 1831; m. Jas. Grant (1103,352); 
she was a member of the Cong. ch. in Torrington 1813. 

CJdldren of Sarah Grant {p. jo) and Levi Demmg. • 
Sarah Deming (1103,340) b. Nov. 16, 1793; d. s. p. Sep. 15, 1863; 

m. Elihu Barbour (Barber), of Wethersfield. 

Orren Deming (1103,341) b. Nov. 21, 1795; ^- J^-^- 20, 1803. 
Pamelia Deming (1103,342) b. Wethersfield, Nov. 8, 1800; d. W., 

Dec. 29 (28), 1872; m. W., Sep. 22 (25), 1822, David Crane [b. W., 

May 28, 1797; d. W., Apr. 23, 1848; s.of Joseph Crane and Abigail 

Dix] ; res. W. ; farmer. + 

Children of Reuben Grant {p. jo). 

Horace Grant (1103,350) b. in Conn. ; d. in 111., se 87; res. in Can- 
ada, Mich., and 111.; 4chil. + 

Orrin Grant (1103,351) d. (Buffalo, N. Y. ?) ; res. Chicago, 111. ; 1 s. 

James Grant (1103,352) b. Norwich; d. Port Hope, Ontario, Mch. 
8, 1873; m. (i) Anna Hurlburt (1103,327); m. (2) P. H., Nov. 1847, 
Susan Hawkins [b. P. H., Sep. 1810; d. P. H., Mch. 1889; dau. of 
Jas. Hawkins and Polly Morgan] ; res. Torrington, 1818-32, also 
Simsbury and P. H. : J. P. for Durham Co., Ont.+ 

Reuben Pitkin Grant (1103, 353) b. New Haven, July 20, 1795; d. 
Hope, Ontario, Sept. 3, 1854; m. H., July 25, 1820, Elizabeth Weth- 
erell [b. Prince Edward Id., Feb. 14, 1800; d. Hartly, Del., Apr. 
8, 1886] ; res. H. ; farmer and local preacher in M. E. ch. + 

"Whitney Grant ( 1 103, 354) b. in Conn., 1798; d. Conneaut, O., 
Aug. 1884; m. Port Hope, Ontario, Clarissa Calender [b. P. H., 1805; 
d. C, 1872 (1876); dau. of Asa Calender and Catharine Harris]; 
res. C. ; farmer and harbor light keeper. + 

John Grant (1103,355) b. Windsor, Oct. 7, 1800; d. Malta, 111., 
Apr. 7, 1862; m. (i) Torrington, June 4, 1823, Cynthia Payn, of 
Southold, N. Y., who d. T., Aug. 25, 1824; m. (2) May 24, 1825, 
Elizabeth Vining [b. Simsbury; d. Rochester, N. Y., Apr. 22, 1853 
(1852); dau. of Thos. Vining]; res. T. ; rem. 1830 to Simsbury, to 
R. 1846, to Paines Pt., 111., 1856, finally to M. ; builder; had planing 
mill in R. + 

Anna Grant (1103,356) d. Port Hope, Ontario; m. P. H., Jacob 
Merkley.+ 

Children of Epaphras Grant {p. jo) and Lydia King. 

Solyman Ward Grant (1103,370) b. E. Windsor Hill, Oct. 8, 1806; 
d. Waverley, Mass., Dec. 19, 1882; m. (i) S. Windsor, Sept. 28, 
1836, Lucinda E. (F.) Rollo, of E. W. [b. S . W. ;d. Conneaut, O., Jan. 



58 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

25, 1846; dau. of Ralph Rodolphus Rollo and Sibyl Peek]; m. (2) 
Hatfield, Mass., Mch. 1848, Eliza Ann Warner [b. H. ; d. Prescott, On- 
tario, Dec. 24, 1858, ae 30; daughter of James Warner and Caroline 

]; m. (3) Boston, Mass., Dec. 25 (2), i860 (1861), Maria J. 

Carter, of B., who d. B., Aug. 7, 1891; res. N. Y. City., P., C, 
Ogdensburgh, N. Y. , and W. ; for many yrs. a fur trader for Cronin, 
Hurxthal and Sears, going west by wagon-train and trading beads 
and trinkets with the Indians; also in the employ of Grant and Bar- 
ton, of N. Y. C. ; owned a saw-mill at P. ; after 1862 a farmer; mem- 
ber of Cong. ch.+ 

Almena Walker Grant (1103,371) b. E. Windsor Hill, July 5, 1808 ; 
d. Strongsville, O., Feb. (Sep.) 21, 1895; ™- E. Windsor, Nov. 24, 
1836, Rev. Josiah Wolcott Turner [d. S., Sep. 11, 1885; s. of Rev. 

Turner, of Salisbury] ; res. Great Barrington, Mass., until 

1853; grad. Theol. Inst, of Conn. ; she was a member of Cong. ch.+ 

Elizur Franklin Grant (1103,372) b. E. Windsor Hill, Jan. 24, 1812; 
d. Conneaut, O., Sep. 29, 1892; m. Hartford, Apr. 21, 1835, Lucinda 
Ashley Spaulding [b. Middletown, June 20, 1817; d. C, Oct. 22, 
1878; dau. of Samuel Spaulding and Lucinda Ashley] ; rem. 1835 
to C. ; farmer; member of Cong. ch. + 

Mary Lucretia Grant (1103,373) b. E. Windsor Hill, Apr. 18, 1814; 
d. s. p. Coventry, Jan. 25, 1894; m. E. Windsor, June 12, 1856, Sal- 
mon Brewster, of C. [d. C., Nov. 22, 1880; s. of Shubael Brewster 
and Asenath Porter] ; res. C. ; farmer; she was a member of Cong. ch. 

Frances Maria Grant (1103,374) b. E. Windsor Hill; d. unm. 
Strongsville, O., Apr. 27, 1882; res. with sister Almena; member 
of Cong, ch, 

Harriet Louisa Grant (1103,375) t>. E. Windsor Hill, May 22, 1826; 
res. Charlestown, Mass. (i Pleasant St. Court) ; form. Coventry. 
Children of Bcnjaviin Grant (/. jo) and Abiah C. Strong. 

Benjamin Grant (1103,380) b. E. Windsor, Oct. 19, 1792; d. Sep. 
17, 1884; m. (1) 1835, Clarissa Sedgwick, of Erie Co., Pa. [b. Troy 
(Greenbush), N. Y., Oct. 22, 1801; d. McKean, Pa., Mch. 3, 1837; 
dau. of Aaron Sedgwick and Betsey Upham]; m. (2) a. 1839, Jane 
Mudge ; res. Springcreek, Pa. ; botanic physician ; served in War of 
181 2; a man of true Christian spirit. + 

William Collins Grant (1103,381) b. in Conn., May 24, 1795; m. 
Betsey Sedgwick, dau. of Aaron Sedgwick and Betsey Upham; res. 
McKean, Pa.; farmer; served in the War of 181 2 as substitute for 
his father. + 

Theodosia Grant (1103,382) b. in Conn., Oct. 15, 1798; d. Summit, 
Erie Co., Pa., a. 1883; m. Erie Co., Pa. Jonathan B. Rockwell [b. in 
Conn. ; d. S., Sep. 30, 1874]; res. S. ; farmer; served in War of 1812.+ 

Levi Grant (1103,383) b. Mch. i, 1801; m. Lucy Merry (or May); 
res. Erie, Pa. ; farmer. + 

Timothy Grant (1103,384) b. McKean, Pa., Aug. 15, 1803; d. La- 
motte, Iowa, June (May) 1861; m. (i) M., Louisa Wiswell [b. Keene, 
N. H. ; d. M., Dec. 28, 1850; dau. of Wm. Wiswell and Mercy Wood- 
ford]; m. (2) Mary Goodrich, who d. Jackson Co., Iowa; res. M. ; 
farmer. + 



SEVENTH GENERATION. 59 

Aaron Grant (1103,385) b. McKean, Pa., Jan. 12, 1806; d. M., 
June 14, 1894; m. (i) M., Dec. 1832, Charlotte Dennis [b. nr. Kene- 
bec, Me., Aug. 2, 1807; d. M., Dec. 26, 1859; dau. of Arthur Den- 
nis and Lucy Burnham] ; m. (2) Seneca Co., O., Fanny (Dennis) 
Drown [b. nr. Kenebec, Me., a, 1805; sister of ist w.]; res. M. ; 
farmer; held minor town offices; capt. of militia; generous, kind- 
hearted, and free from ostentation ; gave material help to the families 
of Union soldiers. + 

Martin Grant (1103,386) b. McKean, Pa., Nov. 22, 1810(1809); 
d. Hydetown, Pa., Mch. 17, 1885 (1884); m. Oct. i, 1835, Electa 
Moulthrop (adoption name) [b. Penn Yan, N. Y., Jan. 12, 18 19 
(1820); d. H., July 19, 1879; dau. of Wm. Dingman] ; res. Waterford, 
Pa. ; rem. a. 1855 to Cherrytree, Pa., to Titusville, Pa., a. 1864, and 
a. 1868 to H. ; machinist and farmer.+ 

Julia Ann Grant (1103,387) b. McKean, Pa., Feb. 27, 1812; d. 
Waterford, Pa., Sep. 4, 1888; m. M., Jan. 28, 1830, Hiram Sedg- 
wick [b. Sand Lake, N. Y., July 16, 1803 (1809); d. W., Dec. 26 
(27), 1894 (1895); s. of Aaron Sedgwick and Betsy Upham] ; res. W., 
farmer. + 

Elvira Grant (1103,388) b. McKean, Pa., Aug. 9, 1814; m. M., Nov. 
18, 1835, John Drown [b. Parsonsfield, Me., Oct. 9, 1810; d. M., 
Feb. 9, 1885; s. of Solomon Drown and Elizabeth Hatch]; res. M. ; 
farmer. f + 

Aurelia Reed Grant (1103,389) b. McKean, Pa., Sept. 19, 1816; d. 
s. p. M., Sep. 5, 1872; m. M., June 3, 1835, Wm. Drown [b. Par- 
sonsfield, Me., Feb. 27, 1812; d. Moreheadville, Pa., Apr. 19, 1895; 
s. of Solomon Drown and Elizabeth Hatch]; res. McKean; carpenter 
and farmer. 

Children of Gideon Grant (/. 36) and Mabel Sadd. 

Eunice Grant (1103,400) d. May 6, 1798, ae 18 yrs. ; bur. Wapping. 
Olive Grant (1103,401) bp. E. Windsor, June 3, 1781; m. E. W., 
Mch. II, 1819, David Rockwell, of E. W. ; res. Vinton's Mills. 
Samuel Grant (1103,402) d. Wapping, Dec. 3 (23), 1783, ae 3 mos. 

Grant (1103,403) (dau.), stillb. Wapping, Nov. 4, 1784. 

Grant (1103,404) d. Wapping, Sep. 21, 1788. 

Horace Grant (1103,405) d. Wapping, May 11, 1790. 

Elisha Grant (1103,406) d. Wapping, July 20, 1818, ae 27 yrs. 

Grant (1103,407) (s.), d. Wapping, Sep. 30, 1798. 

Grant (1103,408) d. Wapping, Nov. 9, i799- 

Children of David Grant (/. 30) and Mary Skinner. 

Abner Grant (1103,420) b. Oct. i, 1793. 
Mary Grant (1103,421) b'. Nov. 27, 1795; d. Feb. 27, 1859. 
Rebecca Grant (1103,422) b. Apr. 21, 1797; d. Feb. 9, 1835. 
Almon Grant (1103,423) b. Feb. 3, 1801, 

Laura Grant (1103,424) b. Aug. 7, 1803; d. unm. Wapping, Mch. 
16, 1837; res. Wapping; member of M. E. ch. 
Flavel Grant (1103,425) b. Feb. 16, 1808; 1. 1829; res. in Conn. 
Edward Grant (1103,426) b. Mch. 2, 1812. 



60 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

CJiildren of Oliver Grant {p. jo) and Roxana Skinner. 

Anson Grant (1103,440) b. Nov. 28, 1791; res. N. Y. City 1831-48; 
private in Conn, militia 1813. 

Abner Grant (1103,441) prob. d. y. 

Calvin Grant (1103,442) b. E. Windsor, Dec, 14, 1795; d, Napoli, 
N. Y., Dec. 28, 1841; m. Mch. 15, 1821, Sally Porter [b. Norwich, 
Mass., June ^, 1796; d. Napoli, Feb. 17, 1859; dau. of John Porter 
and Rachel Stiles]; rem. bef. 182 1 to Perry, Gen. Co., N. Y. , and a. 
1825 to Napoli; farm.er. + 

Noah Grant (1103,443) b. Aug. 23, 1799; d. unm. Dec. 3, 1823; 
bur. Wapping; res. E. Windsor. 

Warren Grant (1103,444) b. Aug. 26, 1803; res. Clean, N. Y., 1832. 

Children of Hesekiah Grant (/. ji) and Abigail Gilbert. 

Abigail Grant (1103,450) b. Great Barrington, Mass., Oct. 11, 1787; 
d. Kinderhook, N. Y., Mch. 26, 1839; m. G. B., Timothy Turner [b. 
New Haven, Sep. 23, 1784; d. Godfrey (Monticello), 111., Aug. 20, 
1863; s. of Jabez Turner and Rebecca Wolcott; m. (2) Mch. 1840, 
Mrs. Ellen Park]; rem. to G. ; temperance lecturer; postmaster; 
dea. 4 

Phila Grant (1103,451) d. Great Barrington, Mass., Sep. 4, 1876, 
as 86; m. Lewis Gorham, who d. Mch. 15, 1870, se 82 ;res. G. B.+ 

Grant (1103,452) d. 

Warren Gilbert Grant (1103,453) b. Great Barrington, Mass., Dec. 
9, 1795; d. Conway, Mich., Apr. 24, 1889; m. G. B., June 30, 1819, 
Sophia Baily Wilcox [b. New Canaan, N. Y., Sep. 3, 1800; d. C, 
Sep. 17, 1881; dau. of David B. Wilcox, and Phebe Baily]; res. G. 
B. ; rem. 1830 to Livonia, Mich., and in 1838 to C. ; joiner and shoe- 
maker. + 

Children of Elnathan Grant {p. ji) and Roxana Fitch. 

Diantha Grant (1103,600) b. Vernon, Feb. i, 1787; d. unm. Rock- 
ville, July 17, 1859; bur. V. Center; res. R. and Tolland. 

Roxana Grant (i 103.601) b. Vernon, Feb. 4 (10), 1789; d. prob. 
Laporte, Ind. ; m. Jesse Brown; after he d. rem. to L. ; 10 chil.+ 

Daniel Fitch Grant (1103,602) b. Vernon, Mch. 27, 1791; d. unm. 
v., Feb. 28, 1854; res. Rockville; farmer. 

Bulaura Grant (1103,603) b. Vernon, Apr. 24, 1793; d. Ellington, 
July 29, 1816; m. Aaron Talcott, of E. [d. Swanton, Vt. ; m. (2) 
Susannah Nash, dau. of Phinehas Nash, Jr., of Wilbraham, Mass].+ 

Philenda Grant (1103,604) b. Vernon, Dec. 28, 1797; d. St. Albans, 
Vt., Feb. 3, 1830; m. Ellington, Sep. 23, 1824, Rev. Sylvester Nash 
[b. E., May 8, 1795; d. S. A., Mch. 12, 1862; s. of Ebenezer Nash, 
Jr. , and Persis Bingham; m. (2) July 6, 1831, Elizabeth Bosworth 
Smith (b. Sep. 20, 1798; d. E. Greenwich, R. L, Jan. 3, 1835; clau. of 
Stephen Smith, of Bristol, R. L); m. (3) June 15, 1838, Cynthia In- 
gals (Russell) Wilcox (dau. of Thos. Russell, of Philipsburg, Can- 
a,da; wid. of Henry Wilcox)]; P. E. minister; author of the Nash 
Genealogy. + 



SEVENTH GENERATION. 61 

CJiildreii of WarcJiaiii Grant {p. ji) and Grace Rccd. 

Miranda Grant (1103,610) b. Vernon, May 12, 1789; d. s, p. Rod- 
man, N. Y., June i, 1871; m. R., a. 1825, Nathaniel Gilman, who 
d. R. , June 16, 1831; res. R. ; teacher. 

Elijah Grant (1103,611) b. Vernon, July 3, 1791; d. Antwerp, N. 
Y., July 26, 1852; m. Rutland, N. Y., Mch. 9, 1819, Hannah Pierce 
[b. Halifax, Vt. , July 27, 1797; d. E. Wrightstown, Wis., Apr. 14, 
1871; dau. of Reuben Pierce and Abigail Stacy]; rem. 1817 to Rod- 
man, N. Y., and in 1824 to A.; wid. rem. 1857 to E. W. ; teacher 
until 1822, then farmer; private in militia 18 14; lieut. in N. Y. mil- 
itia; participated in the Washingtonian temperance movement; mem- 
ber of Pres. ch.+ 

Wareham Grant (1103,612) b. Vernon, Apr. 16, 1793; d. Rodman, 
N. Y., Apr. 26, 1875 (1874); m. R., a. 1833, Harriet Burton [b. R., 
Mch. 3 (6), 181 1 ; d. R., Apr. 12, 1893 (1892); dau. of John D. Bur- 
ton and Betsy Daniels]; res. V. ; rem. a. 1822 to R. ; farmer. + 

Horace Grant (1103,613) b. Jan. 2, 1797; bp. Vernon; d. V., July 
10, 1798. 

Horace Reed Grant (1103,614) b. Vernon, Mch. 25, 1807 (1801) ; d. 
v., Jan. 12, 1809. 

Children of Aiirelia Grant {p. jf) and William Tlirall. 

Roxy Thrall (1103,620) bp. Vernon, June 26, 1791; d. in O. ; m. 
Leonard Bradley. + 

Horatio Thrall (1103,621) b. Ellington, Apr. 1791; d. S. Windsor, 
Dec. (20 ?), 1869; m. E. Windsor, Sibyl Clark [b. E. W. ; d. E. W., 
July 1878-9, ae 78; dau. of Oliver Clark and (Azuba ?) Barber]; res. 
E. ; rem. 1850 to E. W. ; farmer. + 

Phila Thrall (1103,622) d. S. Coventry; m. Timothy Coleman; res. 
S. C.+ 

William Thrall (1103,623) m. Amanda Malvina Hyde, dau. of Hor- 
ace Hyde. + 

Cliildren of Augnstns Grant {p. 31) and Asenath Fuller. 

Ogden Grant (1103,630) b. Vernon, Mch. 12, 1798; d. Rockville, 
Oct. 29 (28), 1848; m. v., Apr. 5, 1827, Mary Hunt [b. V., Feb. 16, 
1798; d. Hartford, Nov. 7, 1893 (1892); dau. of Ebenezer Hunt and 
Mary Smith] ; res. R. ; farmer. + 

Sanford Grant (1103,631) b. Rockville, June 17, 1800; d. Scranton, 
Pa., Jan. 28, 1886; m. (i) V., Dec. 13, 1826, Anna King [b. nr. 
Rockville; d. V., Sep. 25, 1835, ae 30; dau. of Lemuel King and 
Jane ]; m. (2) Mary McKinney [d; July 3, 1875; dau. of Jus- 
tus McKinney, of Ellington]; res. R. ; rem. after 2d m. to S., wtaich 
was founded by Scranton, Grant & Co., of which firm he was a mem- 
ber; kept an inn on the Hartford and Boston Turnpike, in which 
Gen. Lafayette was a guest in 1824; capt. ; greatly respected by all 
who knew him. + 

Phila Grant (1103,632) b. Vernon, Feb. 15, 1804; d. V., Dec, 24, 
1804. 

Phila Grant (1103,633) b. Rockville, July 25, 1807 (1806); d. R. , 
Nov. I, 1835; first one bur. in Vernon Center Cemetery; m. R., 



62 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

Apr. 17, 1828, John Gilmore [b. 1800; d. Harrisburg, Pa. (Vernon), 
Sep. 24, 1839, in 39th yr. ; m. (2) Sarah Day Grant (1103,634)]; 
blacksmith. + 

Sarah Day Grant (1103,634) b. Vernon, Mch. 6, 1810 (1814); d. 
Hartford, June i (May 30), 1878; m. (i) V., June 26, 1837, John 
Gilmore; see (1103,633); m. (2) Rockville, Dec, 21, 1851, Chester 
Risley; see (1103,662); res. Vernon Center; rem. 1851 to R.+ 

Mariette Grant (1103,635) b. Nov. 6, 1814; bp. Vernon; d. V., 
Aug. 7 (8), 1828. 

Children of Aruma Grant {p. ji) and Converse Fitch. 

Augustus Fitch (1103,640) b. Tolland, Nov. 8, 1793; d. Morristown, 
N. Y., May 29, 1867; m. Rodman, N. Y., Oct. 21, 1821, Emily Nims 
[b. R. (Deerfield, Mass.), Apr. 29, 1801; d. M., Dec. 5, 1890; dau. 
of Rufus Nims and Cynthia Wright] ; res. T. ; rem. early to M. 
(Brierhill, N. Y.) ; farmer. + 

Russell Fitch (iio3,64i) b. Tolland, a. 1795; ^- unm. T., a. 1820; 
res. T. ; farmer; served in War of 181 2. 

Warren Fitch (1103,642) b. Tolland (Warehouse Pt.) ; d. Coventry; 
m. (i) Canterbury, ISFov. 17, 1820, Mary SafEord (or Spafford), of 
Canterbury, who d. T. ; m. (2) Windsor, 1835, Rachel Clark [d. T., 
July 5, 1844; dau. of Capt. Oliver Clark and Jubbie Barber]; m. (3) 
E. Hartford, Mrs. Catharine (Sumner) Stewart; divorced; m. (4) 
Antoinette Stewart, dau. of his 3d w. ; res. T. ; rem. to Coventry; 
tin peddler, farmer, and butcher; selectman, grand juror. + 

Abiel G. Fitch (1103,643) d. a. 1859; m. , who d. Hartford, 

1896; res. Tolland, Vernon, and H.+ 

Fanny Fitch (1103,644) b. Tolland, 1801; d. Rockton, 111., 1861; 

m. (i) (as 2d w.) 1827, Joseph Truman [b. 1798; d. 1828]; m. (2) 

Case; res. T. and R.+ 

Halsey Fitch (1103,645) b. Tolland, 1803; d. s. p. T., a. 1830; res. 
T. ; farmer. 

William Fitch (1103,646) b. Tolland, 1805; d. s. p. T., a. 1825. 

Orson Fitch (1103,647) b. Tolland, 1808; d. unm. Vernon, a. 1833; 
res. T. ; farmer. 

Nathan Strong Fitch (1103,648) b. Tolland, Mays, 181 1; d. Rock- 
ville, Sep. 1863; m. T., Oct. 25, 1837, Electa Catharine Strickland 
[b. Bolton, June 9, 1813; d. R., vSep. 1862; dau. of Jonah Strick- 
land and Patience Dewolf (or Dewey)]; res. T. and R. ; farmer and 
grocer; 4 chil.+ 

Lorana Fitch (1103,649) b. Tolland, June i, 1813; ni. T., Nov. 17, 
1836, Nelson Wm. Northrup [b. Morris, N. Y., May 17, 1815; d. 
Greene, N. Y., Mch. 3, 1868; s. of John Northrup and Nancy 
Daniels]; res. T. ; rem. 1842 to Mt. Upton, N. Y., in 1846 to Guil- 
ford Center, N. Y., in 1847 to Greene, and finally to Ellicottville, N. 
Y. ; operative in woollen mill until 1842; mill owner 1842-50; operated 
machine-shop 1 850-1, tannery and pltister mill 185 1-9; an inventor, 
among his inventions being one for loading and firing heavy cannon 
by steam; special despatch-bearer in the Army of the Potomac; bef. 
m. she successfully taught a school from which other teachers had 
been driven out. + 



SEVENTH GENERATION. 63 

Children of E lis ha Grant {p. J2) and Electa E'uller. 

Gurdon Grant (1103,650) b. Vernon, Sep. 30, 1799; d. V., May 7, 
1840; m. v., Mch. 21, 1822, Lucy B. Cunning-ham, of V., who d. V., 
Apr. 14, 1840, 8640; res. V.; wheelwright. + 

Electa Grant (1103,651) b. Vernon, Sep. 14, 1802; d. ; m. V., Jan. 
14, 1823, Warren McKinney [b. Dec. 16, 1800; d. ; s. of Warren Mc- 
Kinney and Betsey Talcott] ; rem. soon after m. to Rushford, N. Y.+ 

Statira Fuller Grant (1103,652) b. Rockville, Mch, 16, 1810; d. Sep. 
10, 1888; m. June 23, 1833, Alden Talcott [b. Vernon, June 23 (26), 
1798; d. R., Dec, 24, 1869; s. of Caleb Talcott and Lydia Baker; m. 
(i) Emily Stedman] ; res. R. ; farmer. + 

Lois Bulkley Grant (1103,653) b. Rockville, Apr. 14, 1813 (1814); 
d. Sergeant Bluff, Iowa, July 2, 1856; the first white woman bur. in 
that locality; m. R., Sep. 20, 1837, Wm. Palmer Holman, of Vt. [b. 
Union, Feb. 20, 1813; d. S. B., Apr. 13, 1893; s. of Rufus Holman 
and Lucy Eddie; m. (2) in Wis., 1857, Caroline H. Mattison, who 
wasb. Herkimer Co. , N. Y.]; res. Salisbury, Vt. ; rem. a. 1842 to R., 
and in 1856 to S. B. ; farmer and cattle raiser; sheriff, supervisor. + 

Child of Elisha Grant (p. J2) and Roxana Wynian. 

Gardner Leland Grant (1103,654) b. Rockville, Jan. 24, 1827; m. 
Bennington, N. Y., May 6, 1851, Abigail Rebecca Rowley [b. B., 
Nov. 6, 1829; d. Sep. 6, 1897; dau. of Roger Edward Rowley and 
Hannah Sylvana Osgood] ; res. R. ; form. Hartford ; machinist ; 
dea. of Second Cong. Ch. 1871-89, and of Union Cong. Ch. since 
1889; S. S. supt. + 

Child of Francis Grant {p. J2) and Lara Root. 
Harlow Kingsbury Grant (1103,660) b. Rockville, Feb. 5, 1809; d. 
R., Sep. 25, 1854; m. Vernon, June 4, 1834, Emily Ann Rathbun, 
[b. v., Sep. 20, 1810; d. R., Mch. 9, 1861; dau. of Rodney Rath- 
bun and Ruth Redfield] ; res. Rushford, N. Y., 1836-48; rem. to the 
homestead at Rockville; farmer. + 

Child of Francis Grant {p. 32) and Anna Gates. 

Lorin Gates Grant (1103,661) b. Rockville, Oct. 6, 1813; d. unm. 
Lafayette, Wis., Apr. 15, 1858; res. Sparta, Wis.; farmer; J. P. 

CJiildroi of Francis Grant {p. J2) and Anna [Wood) Doane. 

Lora Root Grant (1103,662) b. Rockville, Aug. 4 (9), 1818; d. R., 
June 2, 1851; m. R., Chester Risley, of Manchester [b. R., Dec. 
1815; d. Talcottville, Apr. 24, 1886; s. of Theodore Risley and 
Clarissa Johnson; m. (2) Sarah Day (Grant) Gilmore (1103,634)]; 
res. R. ; farmer. + 

Anne Strong Grant (1103,663) b. Rockville, Aug. 15, 1821; d. R., 
Dec. 30 (29), 1846; m. R., Feb. i, 1840, Lucius Jerome Heath [b, 

Vernon, Oct. 14, 1821; d. Brookfield, Mo., 1875; m. (2) Mrs. 

Sherman]; res. R. ; wid. rem. to Mo. ; farmer. + 

Francis Henry Grant (1103,664) b. Rockville, June 20, 182S; d. R., 
Apr. 14, 1838. 



64 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

Children of A)ina Grant {p. J2) and Ebenezcr Root. 

Ebenezer Grant Root (1103,680) m. Coventry, Sep. 15, 1840, Susan 
Gardner; res. C. ; 2 s. 

James W. Root (1103,681) d. ; m. (i) Coventry, Mch. 22, 1843, Lucre- 
tia Edgerton; m. (2) Brady; res. Rockville.+ 

Juliet Root (1103,682) b. 1813; d, Coventry, Sep. 22, 1831. 

Lora Ann Root (1103,683) (prob. d. Coventry, Jan. 25, 1839, ae 25); 
m. C, Nov. 19, 1831, Washington Barrows, of Mansfield [b. Mch. 

17, 1804; d. bef. 1864; s. of Joshua Barrows and Anna Turner]; res. 
C. ; tailor. + 

Children of Erastns Grant (/. J2) and Eunice Sackett. 

Ralph Grant (1103,700) b. July 17, 1801; d. Sep. 6, 1803; bur. 
Westfield, Mass. 

Ralph Grant (1103,701) b. Feb. 12, 1803; d. May 23-,' 1823 ; bur. 
Westfield, Mass. 

Seth Grant (1103,702) b. Sep. 11, 1804; d. s. p. Oct, 10, 1831; bur. 
Westfield, Mass. 

James Grant (1103,703) b. Sep. 8, 1806; d. Oct. 5, 1850; bur. West- 
field, Mass. ; m. Nancy Pomeroy [d. ; m. (2) (as 2d w.) Geo. Moseley, 
s. of Azariah Moseley, of Westfield]; wid. rem. to Thompson, 0.+ 

Jane Grant (1103,704) b. Mch. 12, 1809; d. Gowdeysville, S. C, 
Sep. 26, 1835; bur. Westfield, Mass.; m. Wm, A. Bull [d. G., July 

18, 1841, 3e 34; m. (2) Miriam S. Grant (1103,706)].+ 

Charles W. Grant (1103,705) b. Westfield, Mass., May 8, 1812; d. 
W., Aug. 2, 1867; m. S. Manchester, Apr. 17, 1838, Roselle 
Clough [b. Ludlow, Mass., Nov. 7, 1815 (1816); dau. of Mordecai 
Clough and Lucy Case] ; res. Wapping and Westfield ; farmer. + 

Miriam Sexton Grant (1103,706) b. Jan. 6, 1820; d. Oct 26, 1846; 
bur. Westfield, Mass. ; m. Wm. A. Bull [d. Gowdeysville, S. C, July 
18, 1841, ae 34; m. (i) Jane Grant (1103,704)].+ 

John Grant (1103,707) b. Westfield, Mass., Dec. 4, 1822; d. Spring- 
field, Mass, July 11, 1874; m. W., Julia Case Gates [b. Pittsfield 
(Conway), Mass., Nov. 29, 1823 (1822); d. W., Nov. 21, 1883; dau. 
of Henry Gates and Julia Case] ; res. W. ; cabinet-maker and furni- 
ture dealer. + 

Children of Thankful Grant [p. J2) and Elihu Emerson. 

Harriet Emerson (1103,710) b. Norwich, Vt., Oct. 14, 1798; d. se 
overgo; m. N., Oct. 13, 1817, Edward Flint, of Leicester, Mass.; 
physician. + 

Rufus Emerson (1103,711) b. Norwich, Vt., Oct. 27, 1800; d. 
Windsor, Vt. + 

Charlotte Clapp Emerson (1103,712) b. Norwich, Vt., Sep. 13, 1803; 
d. Leicester, Mass., 1893; m. N., 1822, John Milton Partridge [b. N., 
1 7 99 ; d. Tarrytown, N. Y. , 1831]; res. T. , N. , and L. ; civil engineer. + 

Julia Emerson (1103,713) b. Norwich, Vt. , June 30, 1807; d. unm. 
N., Apr. 23, 1856. 

George Emerson (1103,714) b. Norwich, Vt., Mch. 20, 1809; d. 
Barnet, Vt., Sep. 5, 1828. 



SEVENTH GENERATION. 66 

Mary Ann Emerson (1103,715) b. Norwich, Vt., Mch. i, 1814; d. 
tinm. N., July 13, 1840. 

Children of Cynthia Grant [p. J2) and Joseph Emerson. 

Charles Emerson (1103,720) b. Norwich, Vt., Sep. 21, 1799; d. s. p. 
Hanover, N. H., Jan. 16, 1884. 

Cynthia Grant Emerson (1103,721) b. Norwich, Vt, Mch. 24, 1802; 
d. Cornish, N. H., Oct. 1841 ; bur. N. ; m. N., Aug-. 4, 1829, Reuben 
Davis, of Boston, Mass. [b. Dracut, Mass.; d. Hanover, N. H., 
Mch. 5, 1869; bur. N. ; s. of Moses Davis and Sarah Sawyer; m. 
(2) Julia Morley, w^ho d.]; res. C. ; farmer. + 

Caroline Emerson (1103,722) b. Norwich, Vt., Nov. 16, 1804; d. 
unm. Nov. 29, 1859; bur. N. 

Joseph Emerson (1103,723) b. Norwich, Vt, Oct. 3, 1807; d. Hano- 
ver, N. H., July 27, 1888; m. Mrs. Anna Pope (Shurtleff) Worcester 
[b. Mch. 8, 1812; d. Aug. 27, 1881; dau. of Prof. Roswell Shurt- 
leff, D.D.J.+ 

Roland Emerson (1103,724) d. Dec. 23, 1856, se 43; bur. Norwich, 
Vt. ; m. Fidelia Cloud, who. d. Sep. 30, 1865, ae 44; bur. N.+ 

CIvAN B. 

Children of Noah Grant {p. 33) and Anna [Buell) Richardson. 

Solomon Grant (1104,000) b. Coventry, a. 1779; remained with his 
grandfather Buell when his father went to Pa. ; he started a. 1798 to 
go the West Indies as overseer of a sugar plantation, but was never 
heard from and was supposed to have perished ; but it seems proba- 
ble that he survived shipwreck, was cast on an island, and left a 
family, as some years ago the descendants of a Mr. King Grant 
in the West Indies claimed descent from him. 

Peter Grant (1104,001) b. Coventry, Nov. 4, 1781; d. Pt. Pleasant, 
W. Va., Jan. (July) 10, 1829; m. Maysville, Ky., Nov. 12, 1807, Per- 
melia Bean (or Bane) [b. Lewis Co., Ky., Nov. 2, 1786; d. Louis- 
ville, Ky., Apr. 28, 1847; dau. of Richard Bane and Anna Phillips]; 
res. M. ; tanner, salt manufacturer, and coal mine owner. + 

Children of Noah Grant (/. 33) and Rachel i^Miller) Kelly. 
Susan A. Grant (1104,002) b. in Pa., Dec. 7, 1792; d. Grand Island, 
Cal., Jan. 18 (14), 1871; m. (i) 1815 (1814), Bailey Washington 
Hudson [b. Fauquier Co., Va., Apr. 11, 1782; d. Maysville, Ky., 
June 23, 1824 (1825); s. of White Hudson]; m. (2) M., 1831, Henry 
Grimes, of M. [b. in Pa., Oct. 31, 1789; d. G. I.,. Oct 1869]; res. 
M. ; rem. to 111., to W. Va. 1849, thence to Cal. ; Mr. H. was a farm- 
er and merchant; served in War of 181 2 ; in battles of Tippecanoe, 
River Raisin and the Thames. + 

^ Jesse Root Grant (1104,003) b. nr. Greensburgh, Pa., Jan. 23, 1794; 
d. Covington, Ky., June 29, 1873; m. Point Pleasant (Bethel), O., 
June 24, 182 1, Hannah Simpson [b. Montgomery Co., Pa., 20 miles 
from Philadelphia, Nov. 23, 1798 (1799); d. Jersey City, N. J., May 
II, 1883; dau. of John Simpson and Rebecca Weir] ; res. Ravenna, 
O. ; rem. 1820 to P. P., to Georgetown, O., 1823, in 1841 to Bethel, 



Q6 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

O., and to C. 1854; tanner and wholesale dealer in leather and hard- 
ware; postmaster of C. several years. + 

Margaret Moody Grant (1104,004) b. in Pa., Oct. 23, 1795; d. 
Georgetown, O., 1873, " in 75th year "; m. (i) a. 1814, John Mar- 
shall, who d. bef. Mch. 1833 ; m. (2) Givens, of Clay Co., Mo. ; 

res. Trumbull Co., O. ; rem. after Mr. Marshall's d. to G. ; sepa- 
rated from Mr. Givens, and returned to G.+ 

Noah Bean Grant (1104,005) b. in Pa., Nov. 1797; d. unm. Mays- 
ville, Ky. (Coventry), Jan. 10 (12), 1821; merchant; partner of Mr. 
Hudson, his brother-in-law. 

John Kelly Grant (1104,006) b. in Pa., June 2, 1799; d. unm. 
Austin, Tex., Jan. 23, 1832; res. Maysville, Ky. ; tanner and miller. 

Roswell Miller Grant (1104,007) b. Youngstown, O., Jan. 10, 1802; 
d. St. Albans, W. Va., Jan. 24, 1886 (1885), "se 86"; m. (i) Mays- 
ville, Ky., Aug. 12, 1822, Mary Levi [b. M., May, 1808; d. M. (S. 
A.), Apr. 12, 1849; dau. of Judas Levi and Mary McGraw]; m. (2) 
Cincinnati, O., June 4, 1850, Jane Elizabeth Kemper [b. C, Nov. 9, 

; d. June 13, 1857; dau. of Caleb Kemper and Virginia Flora 

]; m. (3) Shannon, Ky. , Nov. 9, i860, Ruth Chanselor [b. S., 

Sep. (1809?); d. June i, 1872; dau. of John Chanselor and Elizabeth 

]; res. M. and in W. Va. ; tanner and farmer; drummer-boy 

in Col. Todd's Regt. , War of 1 8 1 2 ; vestryman of St. Mark's Ch. S. A. + 

Rachel Maria Grant (1104,008) b. Youngstown (Columbia), O., 
Sep, 6, 1804 (1803, 1805); d. Cedar Grove, W. Va., May 17, 1882; 
m. Maiden, W. Va. , Dec. 27, 1831, Wm. Tompkins, of Burning 
Springs, W. Va, [b. Hanover, Va. , Dec. 8, 1793; d. C. G., May 2, 
1857; s. of Wm. Tompkins and Mary Michie; m. (i) Kanawha Co., 
W. Va,, 1821, Jane Maria Grant (b. July 7, 1807; d. B. S., June 15, 

1830; dau. of Wm. Grant and Sarah )]; res. Maysville, Ky. ; 

rem. 1830-1 to B. S., and in 1845 to C. G. ; farmer and salt manu- 
facturer; owned coal lands and several stores and steamboats ; served 
in the War of 1812 ; member of M. E. ch. ; was prompt and faithful 
in the discharge of his obligations, and his integrity inspired the 
confidence of all who knew him; it was she who taught the future 
President his alphabet. + 

Cliildren of Mercy Grant {p. 33) and Hope Lathrop. 

Hannah Lathrop (1104,100) b. Tolland, July 12, 1773. 

Harris Lathrop (1104,101) b. Tolland, Apr. 25, 1775. 

Grace Lathrop (1104,102) b. Tolland, Feb. 21, 1776. 

Solomon Lathrop (1104,103) b. Tolland, Apr. 21, 1779; d. 1814; 
bur. T. 

Grant Lathrop (1104,104) b. Tolland, Jan. 25, 1782; d, T,, Mch. 
21, 1823; m. vSibyl .+ 

Sophia Lathrop (1104,105) b. Tolland, July 2, 1785; d, unm. May i, 
1865; 'bur. T. 

Asahel Lathrop (1104,106) b. Tolland, Jan. 28, 1788. 

Laura Lathrop (1104,107) b. Tolland, Nov. 14, 1790; d. T., Feb. 
26, 1791. 

Lathrop (1104,108) d. 1793, ae i yr. ; bur. Tolland. 



SEVENTH GENERATION. 6? 

CJiildi'cn of Grace Grant [p. jj) a//d Steplien Hozvard. 
Grant Howard (1104,110) b. Tolland, Mch. 9, 1776; d. T., July 4, 

1778. 

Orrin Howard (1104,111) b Tolland, Sep. 28, 1777; d. T., June 11, 
1794. 

Orrely Howard (1104,112) b. Tolland, Aug-. 17, 1779. 

Grace Howard (1104,113) b. Tolland, Oct. 2, 1781. 

Children of Ruth Grant [p. jj) and Rufus Price, 
Ruth Price (1104,130) b. Tolland, Oct. 8, 1779. 
Olive Price (1104,131) b. Tolland, Aug. 15, 1781 ; d. T., June 9, 1782. 
Mercy Price (1104,132) b. Tolland, Feb. 16, 1783. 

Children of Ann Grant {p. jj) and Isaac Fclloivs. 

Abigail Fellows (1104,140) b. Tolland, Apr. 25, 1787. 

Amos Fellows (1104,141) b. Tolland, Jan. 22, 1789. 

Ira Fellows (1104,141 A) b. Tolland, Oct. 11, 1790; d. T., Mch, 7, 
1815. 

Augustus Fellows (1104,1416) b. Tolland, Aug. n, 1792; d. T., 
Oct. I, 1795. 

Laura Fellows (1104,142) b. Tolland, July 7, 1794. 

Augustus Fellows (1104,143) b. Tolland, Dec. 21, 1796. 

Anna Fellows (1104,144) b. Tolland, Dec. 21, 1798. 

Isaac Fellows (1104,145) b, Tolland, Sep. 22, 1800. 

Amoret Fellows (1104,146) b. Tolland, Feb. 28, 1803. 

Solomon G. Fellows (1104,147) b. Tolland, Feb. 16, 1805. 

Sophia Fellows (iio4,i47A) b. Tolland, Aug. 31, 1808. 

Hiram Fellows (1104,148) b. Tolland, Feb. 5, 181 1. 

Stephen H. Fellows (1104,149) b. Tolland, Sep. 3, 1813. 

CIvAN C. 

Children of EpJiraini Grant {p. jf) and Sarah Gary. 

Lucy Grant (1106,100) b. Tolland, May 4, 1790; d. N. Y. C, Nov. 
19, 1790. 

Lucy Grant (1106,101) b. Tolland, Dec. 7, 1792; d. Batavia, N. Y., 
Sep. 24, 1824; m. B., Sep. 3, 1816, David Ellicott Evans [b. Halls- 
fields, Md., Mch. 19, 1788; d. B., May 17, 1850; s. of Lewis Evans 
and Rachel Ellicott; m. (2) B., July 25, 1827, Catharine Brinkerhoflf, 
who d. Albany, N. Y., May 7, 1873, se a. 70]; res. B. ; agent of the 
Holland Land Co. 1827-37; director in U. S. Bank; state senator; 
member of congress. + 

Stephen Grant (1106,102) b. Tolland, Apr. 23, 1795; d. Batavia, N. 
Y. ; m. Elizabeth Himter; res. B. 1835; merchant. + 

Luther Grant (1106,103) b. Tolland, Nov. 16, 1797; d. Dec. 29, 
1834; bur. Springfield, Mass.; m. May 4, 1821, Lorinda Williams, 
of Hartford [b. Aug. 9, 1796; d. Dansville, N. Y., June 30, 1866]; 
res. S.+ 

Calvin Grant (1106,104) b. Tolland, Nov. 16, 1797; bur. Batavia, 
N. Y.; m. Mrs. Daniel Fulton (Rebekah Collar?) of Hartford; 
res. Springfield, Mass., 1828, and perhaps Douglass, Mass., 1837. + 



68 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

Sidney Grant (1106,105) b. Tolland, Sep. 17, 1800; d. Manchester, 
Feb. 28, 1883 (1882); m. Ellington, Mch. 28 (17), 1827, Mary Ann 
McKinney [b. E., Dec. 25, 1807; d. M., Sep. 15, 1891; dau. of 
Selden McKinney and Miranda King]; res. E., N. Y. C, Ovid, N. 
Y., Hartford and M. ; architect, contractor and builder. + 

Damaris Carey Grant (1106,106) b. Tolland, Nov. 2, 1802; d. Mans- 
field (T.), Feb. 13, 1805. 

CJiildreii of Ephraim Grant (/. j^) and Sarah Babcock. 

Grant (1106,107) (s.), b. Tolland, July 26, 1809; d. inf. 

Grant (1106,108) (s.), b. Tolland, July 26, 1009; d. inf. 

Children of Mary Grant {p. j^) and Elkanah Barton. 

Anna Barton (1106,140) b. Tolland, Jan. 30, 1790; d. Pittsford, Vt. , 
Jan. 1888; m. Rutland, Vt, 1813, Wm. K. Shaw [b. R. ; d. R., 1856; 
s. of Luther Shaw and Judith Squires]; res. R. ; farmer. + 

Mary Barton (1106,141) d. Binghamton, N. Y., very aged; m. 
Ebenezer Knight, of Rutland, Vt., who d. R. ; res. R. ; several chil.+ 

Children of Josepli Grant ( /. jjf) and Jllinerva Bradley. 
Lathrop Augustus George Baldwin Grant (1106,210) b. Sep. 12,1797; 
d. Oswego, N. Y., June 20, 1871; m. Shelby, N. Y., Mch. 24 (20), 

1823, Cornelia Dayton Ellicott [b. Batavia, N. Y., Feb. 24, 1804; d. 
O., Oct. 15, 1888; dau. of Andrew Ellicott and Sarah Williams]. + 

William Walter Grant (1106,211) b. Aug. i, 1799; d. s. p. Verona, 
N. Y., Feb. 20, 1840; m. May 20, 1829, Calista Williams. 

Minerva Bradley Grant (1106,212) b. Verona (?), N. Y., Apr. 7, 
1801; d. Malone, N. Y., June 5, 1858 (1857); m. V., Dec. 28 (25), 

1824, Amos Cotton Treadway [b. Middletown, 1796; d. Oswego, N. 
Y., Sep. 15, 1882]; P. E. minister.+ 

Lois Ann Grant (1106,213) b. Dec. 28,. 1802; d. s. p. Oswego, N. 
Y., Feb. 12, 1882; m. May 20, 1829, J. W. P. Allen. 

Abraham Phine as Grant (1106,214) b. New Lebanon, N. Y., Apr. 5, 
1804; d. Oswego, N. Y., Dec. 13 (11), 1871 ; m. Buffalo, N. Y., Nov. 
14, 1838, Elizabeth Miller Potter [b. B., Apr. 19, 1819; d. O., Oct. 
24, 1854; dau. of Hon. Heman Bradley Potter and Electa Miller]; 
rem. 1828 to Oswego; lawyer; A. B. Hamilton Coll. 1822; mem- 
ber of congress 1 83 7-9.+ 

Children of Eleazer Grant {p. jj) and RJ 10 da Douglass. 

Jonathan D. Grant (1106,220) d. unm. Dec. 5, 1876, se 81; bur. 
Lebanon Springs, N. Y. ; res. L. S. ; kept the bath-house at Columbia 
Hall. 

Eliza Grant (1106,221) ("Betsy"), d. Aug. 29, 1868, 2670; bur. 
Lebanon Springs, N. Y. ; said to have m., but gravestone reads 
" Betsy Grant "; prob. the one who joined the Cong. ch. at L. S. 1853. 

Sophronia Grant (1106,222) m. Clark Judson; res. nr. N. Y. C. 

Douglass Grant (1106,223) d. y. 

Maria Grant (1106,224) (twin), d. unm. Aug. 11, 1848, 2t 44; bur. 
Lebanon Springs, N. Y. ; joined the Cong. ch. at L. S. 1831, and was 
dismissed to Dey St. Ch., N. Y. C. 



SEVENTH GENERATION. 69 

Mary Ann Grant (1106,224) (twin), d. June 21, 1863; bur. Lebanon 
Springs, N. Y. ; m. (i) Dea. Henry Hall, who kept Columbia Hall; 
(perhaps m. (2) Sherman) ; res. L. S. 

CJiild of Nancy Grant {p. jj) and ■ Maine. 

Maine (1106,260) (dau.), m. Wilson; chil. 

CJiildrcn of Orris Grant {p. 35) and ElizabetJi Kent. 

Melissa Grant (1106,460) b. Dec. 9, 1814; d. Dec. 19, 1843. 

Mary Grant (1106,461) b. Aug. 22, 181 7; d. + 

Elizabeth Grant (iio6,46iA) b. Jan. 20, 1819; d. Jan. 16, 1852. 

William Henry Grant (1106,462) b. Oneida Co., N. Y., Dec. 19, 
1820; d. in 111., Sep. 2, 1876; m. (i) Priscilla Parker; m. (2) Malinda 
McMillan [b. Ft. Covington, N. Y., June 16, 1833; d. June 14, 1898; 
dau. of Alex. McMillan and Barbara Edson] ; res. Dupage Co., 111.; 
carpenter and farmer. + 

Warren Grant (1106,463) b. Oct. 25, 1822; d.+ 

Harriet Grant (1106,463 A) b. Nov. 24, 1824; d. Nov. 9, 1833. 

Alvira Grant (1106,464) b. Jan. 3, 1827; m. Wood; res. 

Cameron, Neb.f 

Margaret Grant (1106,465) b. Apr. 11, 1829; m. Chandler Wilcox ; 
res. Pasadena, Cal. (Sta. A.).f 

Wellington Luther Grant (1106,466) b. Toronto, Ontario, July 26, 
1831; m. York Center, 111., Mch. 20, 1852, Elizabeth Adelia Stan- 
dish [b. Benson, Vt,, Aug. 11, 1832; dau. of Thos. Standish and 
Mary D. Curtiss]; res. Waseca, Minn.; hotel keeper; form, farmer 
and grocer, -f- 

Eunice Grant (iio6,466A) b. Aug. 13, 1834: d. Dec. 18, 1857. 

Harriet Grant (1106,467) b. Nov. 9, 1837; d. Sep. 21, 1887. 

Children of Orris Grant {p. jj) and 2d tvife. 

Orris Grant (1106,468) b. July 14, 1856; res. Wheaton, 111. 
Fred Grant (1106,469) b. Mch. i, 1866; res. Wheaton, 111. 

Children of Isaac Grant {p. jj) and Margaret McFadden. 

Mary A. Grant (1106,490) b. Apr. 26, 1826; m. 1854, Sin- 
clair; res. Fruithurst, Ala. + 

Elisha A. Grant (1106,491) b. Nov. 28, 1828; d. Summit, 111., June 
30. 1851. 

Sarah N. Grant (1106,492) b. Nov. 30, 1830; d. Wheaton, 111., 1863. 

David J. Grant (1106,493) b. Oct. 10, 1834; m. Lyons, 111., Dec. 1859; 
res. Wheaton, 111. 

Margaret J. Grant (1106,494) b. June 7, 1837; m. Chicago, 111., 1853, 
Miller; res. Wheaton, Ill.f 

Elizabeth A. Grant (1106,495) b. July 19, 1839; d. Palos, 111., 1855. 

Isaac Jared Grant (1106,496) b. Hamilton, Canada, Dec. 5, 1841; 
res. Fruithurst, Ala. ; contractor and builder, and manufacturer of 
boxes and crates; Wheaton Coll. 3 yrs. ; private in 105th 111. Vol. Inf.$ 

Orris W. Grant (1106,497) b. May 5, 1844; d. Elgin, 111., May 28, 
1893; m. Wheaton, 111., Nov. 3, 1875. 

Edward M. Grant (1106,498) b. July 23, 1847 ; d. Wheaton, 111., 1863. 



70 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

Eleanor G. Grant (1106,499) b. July 5, 1850; m. Wheaton, 111., July 
5, 1875, Rev. E, D. Bailey; res. Washington, D. C. (611 N. Carolina 
Av. S. E.). 

Children of Edna Grant [p. j6) and Levi Edgerton. 

Sarah Kingsbury Edgerton (1106,650) b. Sep. 14, 1826; d. unm. 
Tolland. 

Amaret Grant Edgerton (1106,651) b. June 26, 1828; d. Somers, 
Nov. 2, 1878; m, Noah Edward Pease, of Ellington [b. S., Oct. 27, 
1818; d. S., Aug. 23, 1894; s. of Noah Pease and Lucinda Russell; 

m. (i) Topliff; m. (3) Monroe, Mass., Jan. 27, 1887, Maria 

Eliza Manning (b. Colerain, Mass., July 29, 1838; dau. of David S. 
Manning and May Ann Caswell)]; res. S. ; farmer. + 

Childreji of Ebenczer Grant [p. j6 ) a7id Caroline CJiapniaji. 

Grant (1106,660) (s.), b. Sullivan, N. Y., Jan. 11, 1819; d. 

S., Jan. 12, 1819. 

Ebenezer B. Grant (1106,661) b. Tolland, Feb. 9, 1820; d. unm. 
Chittenango, N. Y., Jan. 13, 1847; i"es. C. ; rem. 1843 to Salem, 
Wis. ; farmer. 

CJiildren of Oliver Grant (/. ^6 ) and Asenath Panlk. 

George Monrow Grant (1106,670) b. Tolland, Dec. 20 (23), 1818; 
d. T., Nov. 20 (21), 1861; m. Coventry, June 11, 1857, Nancy 
Walker [b. Situate, R. I., July 21, 1831 ; dau. of Rufus Place Walker 
and Lucy Davis; m. (2) Aug. 4, 1870, Edwin Clark (b. Ledyard, 
May 3, 1821; drowned in the Thames, Nov. i, 1871; s. of Daniel 
Clark and Maria ); m. (3) Jan. 30, 1882, Ralph Monroe Car- 
penter (b. Coventry, Dec. 7, 1822; s. of Ralph Carpenter and Mary 
Spicer)]; res. T. ; wid. res. N.Coventry; carpenter; capt. + 

Juliana Frances Grant (1106,671) b. Tolland, Feb. 24, 1821 ; d. unm. 
T., Mch. 28, 1841. 

Sarah Jane Grant (1106,672) b. Tolland, July 21, 1824; d. unm. 
Sep. 25, 1847; bur. T. 

Edwin lathrop Grant (1106,673) b. Tolland, Apr. 21, 1826; d. T., 
Feb. 14 (23, 25), 1869; m. T. (Sterling), Nov. 2, 1846 (1847), Sarah 
Elizabeth Ladd [b. S. , Apr. 20, 1830; dau. of Daniel Ladd and Mary 
Lewis; m. (2) Israel J. Tafts (or Sefft)]; res. T. ; wid. res. Daniel- 
son ; farmer. + 

Phoebe Ann Grant (1106,674) b. Tolland, Mch. 15, 1828; d. unm. 
T., June 25 (26, 29), 1852 (1853). 

Mary Melissa Grant (1106,675) b. Tolland, May 16, 1830; d. T., 
May 8 (3), 1844. 

Henrietta Eliza Grant (1106,676) b. Tolland, May 29, 1832; d. 
unm. May 23, 1874, "se 43"; res. Munson, Mass.; seamstress. 
Oiildrcn of Anioret Grant {p. j6) and Nathan Wtlliains. 

Sarah Jane Williams (1106,680) b. Tolland, Feb. 19, 1815; m. 
Richard Bradley, of Savannah, Ga. ; res. Wilmington, N. C.f 

William H. Williams (1106,681) b. Tolland, Oct. 8, 181 7; m. Lucas 
Co., O., Apr. 23, 1850, Susan Tunison [b. Seneca Co., N. Y., Sep. 



SEVENTH GENERATION. 71 

26, 1830; dau. of Thos. Tunison and Anna Cole]; res. Omaha, Neb. 
(4318 Howard St.); lawyer. + 

Mary Frances Hall Williams (1106,682) b. Oneida (Co. ?), N. Y., 
Jan. 7, 1820; d. Maumee, O., Mch. i8, 1846; m. M., July 29, 1838, 
Thos. Clark [b. Leroy, N. Y., Jan. 6, 1814; d. Superior, Wis., Dec. 
20, 1878]; res. M. ; civil engineer. + 

Maria Juliet Grant "Williams (1106,683) b. Onondaga Co., N. Y. , 
Jan. 21, 1823; d. Albany, N. Y., Apr. 29, 1825. 

Henrietta Augusta Williams (1106,684) b. Albany, N. Y., Apr. 19, 
1824 (1825); d. Toledo, O., Jan. 28, 1884; m. Maumee, O., Nov. 30, 
1854, Alfred Coates Moore [b. Westbrook, May 2, 1825; d. Denver, 
Col., Feb. 13, 1893; s. of John Moore and Emily Crane]; dry goods 
merchant; supt. Allen St. Mission 25 yrs.+ 

CJiildren of George Grant (/. ^6) and Lucy Chapman. 

Caroline Adelaide Grant (1106,690) b. Chittenango, N. Y., Feb. 22, 
1839; res. Syracuse, N. Y. ; form. C. ; active in hospital and charita- 
ble organizations and in St. Paul's Ch. 

Robert Edward Grant (1106,691) b. Chittenango, N. Y., Apr. 19, 
1843; m. C, May 4, 1871, Kate Bogue Curtiss [b. Watertown, Wis., 
Jan. 24, 1850; dau. of Lucius Burns Curtiss and Charlotte Com- 
stock] ; res. Washington, D. C. (621 N. Carolina Av.) ; form, N. Y. 
C, Faribault, Minn., and C. ; salesman in wholesale dry goods house 
of Geo. A. Wicks & Co. 1865-6; dry goods merchant 1866-70; U. 
S. storekeeper 187 1-2; clerk in U. S. Patent Office since 1875; served 
in Co. I 157th Regt. N. Y. V. 1862-5, private to ist Lieut. ; delegate 
to Republican conventions; register, vestryman, warden and delegate 
to diocesan conventions, St. Paul's Ch., C, and Christ Ch., W.$+ 

CLAN D. 

Children of David Grant {p. j6) and RJioda Cadivell. 

Grant (1108,210) (s.), b. Bloomfield, Feb. 3, 1793; d. B. inf. 

Grant (1108,211) stillb. Bloomfield, Oct. 26, 1794. 

David Wadsworth Grant (1108,212) b. Bloomfield, Jan. 11, 1798; d. 
B., Sep. 7, 1862; m. (i) Royalton, Vt., Oct. i, 1832, Alice Dudley 
Denison [b. R. (Bethel, Vt.), Apr. 30, 1814; d. B., Dec. 23 (22), 
1853; dau. of Dr. Joseph Adam Denison and Rachel Chase] ; m. (2) 
W. Hartford, Aug. 17, 1854, Juliana Mills [b. W. H., Aug. 21, 1808; 
d. W. H., Aug. 16, 1863; dau. of Jedidiah Wells Mills and Sarah 
Seymour]; res. B. ; farmer; rep. 1848. + 

Rhoda Emma Grant (1108,213) b. Bloomfield, Apr. 5, 1806 (1805); 
d. Syracuse, N. Y., Aug. 29, 1890 (1891); m. Windsor, Sep. 24, 
1828, Rev. Asahel Cornwall Washburn, of Royalton, Vt. [b. Leices- 
ter, Mass., Dec. 20, 1800; d. S., Mch. 23, 1883; s. of Asahel Wash- 
burn and Dolly Hamilton]; res. Suffield; rem. 1855 to Berlin, and to 
Syracuse 1868; Cong, minister. + 

CLAN E. 
Children of Sidney A. Grant {p. jy ) and Mary Cawley. 
Ann Emily Grant (1109,350) d, a. 1867; m. Jas. E. Mitchell, who d. 
in Tex. a. 1882; rem. to Naples, 111., as early as 1849; 2 chil. d. inf. 



72 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

Mary Eleanor Grant (1109,351) d. s. p. Naples, 111., 1850; m. John 
Mitchell, bro. of her sister's h. 

CJiildrcn of Paschal IV. Grant (/. jj) and Julia J^icts. 

Edward Grant (1109,360) b. E. Windsor, May 14, 1821; d. on Lake 
Erie, Mch. 23, 1850; m. Conneaut, O., Jan. 1845, Mary Cole Keyes 
[b. C, Nov. 14, 1823; dau. of Henry Keyes and Mary Cole]; res. C. ; 
merchant and manufacturer of tobacco. + 

Henry Grant (1109,361) b. E. Windsor, Feb. 10, 1830; m. Con- 
neaut, O., Oct. 24, 1850, Mary Jane Viets [b. Granby, June 2, 1830; d. 
Cleveland, O., Dec. 29, 1890; dau. of Zophar Viets and Tacy Hill- 
yer] ; res. Conneaut ; farmer. + 

Paschal Winthrop Grant (1109,362) b. E. Windsor, July 10, 1832; 
d. s. p. Conneaut, O., Jati. 16, i860; m. C, Jan. 1858, Maria Porter 
Woodruff [d. Lapeer, Mich., Mch. 10, 1895, ae-62 ; dau. of Rev. Alden 
Woodruff and Porter; m. (2) Henry P. Keyes, of Cedar Rap- 
ids, Iowa (d. ; s. of Henry Keyes and Mary Cole)] ; res. C. ; farmer. 
Children of Paschal W. Grant [p. jy) and Caroline Palmer. 

Sidney Algernon Grant (1109,363) b. Conneaut, O., Dec. 9, 1847; 
d. C, June 27, 1874; m. Feb. 17, 1869, Harriet R. George, of Cher- 
ry Hill, Pa., who d. in Pa., Nov. 1876; res. C. ; farmer. + 

Charles Palmer Grant (1109,364) b. Conneaut, O., May 9, 1854; m. 
C, Feb. 16,. 1876, Elva A. Hiler [b. C, Apr. 29, 1854; d. C, Oct. 
21, 1893; dau. of Silas Hiler and Eunice S eager] ; res. C. ; farmer. + 
Children of Frederick W. Grant {p. 37) and Ann E. StongJiton. 

Frederick William Grant (1109,370) b. E. Windsor, Aug. 30, 1843; 
d. E. W., June 13, 1857. 

Anna Stoughton Grant (1109,371) b. E. Windsor Hill, Jan. 14, 1846; 
d. S. Windsor, Aug. (Sep.), 31, 1871; m. S. W., Nov. 22, 1870, 
Frederick Oliver Newberry [b. S. W. , July 3 (4), 1845 (1844); s. of 
Horace Newberry and Mary B. Ripley; m. (2) S. W., Oct. 14, 1874, 
Josephine Bryant, of E. Hartford (b. June 2, 185 1; d. June 11, 
1876); m (3) Blandford, Mass., Nov. 28, 1877, Maria M. Lloyd, who 
was b. B., Aug. 2, 1855]; wid. res. S. W. ; farmer and collector. + 

Elizabeth Grant (1109,372) b. E. Windsor Hill, July 28, 1848; d. E. 
W. H., Sep. 21, 1849. 

Roswell Grant (1109,373) b. E, Windsor Hill, July 28, 1848; m. 
Cambridge, Mass., Sep. 29, 1874, Annie Elizabeth Mickell [b. on 
the China Sea, Apr. 20, 1850; dau. of Capt. Thos. Mickell and Har- 
riet Bradley Bolles]; res. E. W. H. in the homestead, the main part 
of which was built by Ebenezer Grant (1109) in 1757, and the rear part 
by Samuel Grant (11) in 1697; tobacco grower; judge of probate. + 

Lucy Elizabeth Grant (1109,374) b. E. Windsor, Aug. 29, 1850; d. 
E. W., Sep. 24, 1851. 

CLAN F. 
Children of Justus Grant [p. jy) and Anna Kellogg. 

Elijah Grant (1120,200) d. Wapping, June 29, 1800, in 23d yr, 

Charles Grant (1120,201) d. Wapping, Nov. 17 (27), 1816, ae 36; m. 
Anna Gillette [b. Sep. 1782; d. W., prob. 1832; dau, of Benj. Gil- 



SEVENTH GENERATION. 73 

lette and Mary Deming; m. (2) Hardin Stoughton] ; res. W. ; farmer 
and teamster; lister, tythingman ; private in War of 181 2; a founder 
of the Cong. eh. at W. + 

Alfred Grant (1120,202) b. Windsor, Apr. 12, 1782; d. Wapping, 
Aug. 26 (Nov. 7), 1826; m. Sally Sadd [b. Wapping, May 18, 1782; 
d. Scantic, Mch. 9, 1851, "se 67"; bur. Wapping; dau. of Dr. Thos. 
Sadd and Delight Warner; m. (2) (Wapping?), Dec. 11, 1827, Eben- 
ezer Gibbs]; res. Wapping; farmer; sexton of the old cemetery; 
hayward, tythingman. + 

Henry Grant (1120,203) d. s. p.; 1. 1835; m. Mrs. Asenath (Fenton) 
Strong; res. E. Windsor; hayward, surveyor. 

George Grant (1120,204) d- Wapping, June 10, 1790, ae 6 mos. 7 
days (9 mos.). 

Clarissa Grant (1120,205) d. Apr. 8, 1826, ae 30; bur. Wapping; m. 
Lathrop Gleason. + 

CJiildren of Oliver Grant {p. jy) and Mary C. Foster. 

Chloe Grant (1120,230) b. Wapping, May 15, 1786; d. Hartford, 
Mch. 21, 1874; bur. E. Windsor Hill; m. Oct. 17, 1805, Silas Terry 
[b. S. Windsor, Dec. 15, 1775; d. S. W., Nov. 21, 181 1; bur. E. W. 
H. ; s. of Samuel Terry and Eunice Warren]; res. E. Windsor; 
farmer. + 

Anna Grant (1120,231) b. Sep. 24, 1791; d. Sep. 28, 1859; bur. 
Windsor; m. Nov. 3, 1837, Erastus Manley, who is bur. W. [per- 
haps b. July 12, 1801, and m. (i) Jan. 15, 1835, Abigail Brown]; 
res. W. 

Levi Grant (1120,232) b. E. Windsor, Apr. 6, 1793; d. Buckland, 
Apr. 24, 1846; m. May 14, 181 7, Anna Higley [b. Wapping, June 
20, 1798; d. W. , Sep. 20, 1844; dau. of Nathan Higley, Jr., and 
Hannah Allen]; res. W. ; mason. + 

Melinda Grant (1120,233) b. Apr. 2, 1796; m. Jan. 11, 1822, 

Cross; res. Ypsilanti, Mich.+ 

Lucina Grant (1120,234) b. E. Windsor, Aug. 6, 1798; d. Parma, 
O., Sep. 9, 1848; m. E. W., June 6, 1821, Peletiah Bliss [b. E. W., 
Apr. 15, 1792; d. P., Mch. 31, 1866; s. of Stoughton Bliss and 
Zerviah White]; rem. 1821 to P. ; farmer. + 

Elijah Grant (1120,235) b. May 26, 1801 ; m. Oct. 18, 1826, Mary 

Flint [prob. bp, Nov. 13, 1803; dau. of Jas. Flint and Reuma ]; 

rem. to N. Y. bef. 1826, to O. a. 1837, thence to Ypsilanti, Mich., 
and Worthington.+ 

CJiildren of Esther Grant {p. 37) and Williani Culver. 

"William Culver (1120,240) b. Oct. 25, 1776; d. early; m. Persis 
Rockwell, who m. (2) Benj. Woolcot; brought up by Sibyl Rockwell; 
4 or 5 chil.+ 

Oliver Culver (1120,241) b. E. Windsor, Sep. 24, 1778; d. Brighton 
(Rochester), N. Y., Feb 2, 1867; m. Pittsford, N. Y., Dec. i, 1805, 
Alice Ray [b. Greenwich, Mass., Nov. 27, 1789; d. B. (R.), June 22, 
i860; dau. of Isaac Ray and Tabitha Stone]; res. B. ; surveyor, 
builder, contractor, farmer, innkeeper and distiller; surveyed 1796-8 
at what is now Cleveland, O., then a wilderness; cut a road through 



74 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

to the Pa. line; wounded in fight with Indians; surveyed 1 798-1804 
at R., then without a house; traded to Ohio with Indians 1805 ; con- 
tractor on Erie Canal, for the first combined locks at Lockport; 
builder of schooners; sergt. maj. of militia 1804; first supervisor of 
the town 1814; member of state legislature. + 

Henry Culver (1120,242) b. Jan. 15, 1781; d. Oct. 9 (10), 1781; bur. 
Wapping. 

Henry Culver (1120,243) b. Dec. 30, 1782 (1781); d. Brighton, N. 
Y. ; m. ; res. B. + 

John Culver (1120,244) b. Ticonderoga, N. Y. (or across the line in 
Vt.), Apr. 20 (21), 1785 (1786); d. Aug. 21, 1870; m. Dec. 31, 1815, 
Lydia Case [b. Warsaw (or Penfield), N. Y. ; dau. of Rev. Joseph 
Case]; res. Brighton (now Rochester), N. Y. ; farmer; for some yrs. 
gunsmith in the arsenal at Springfield, Mass. + 

Anna Culver (1120,245) b. Sep. 10, 1787 ; m. Hodge; res. in 

Mich. ; chil. m. 

CJiildroi of Meriam Grant [p. j8) a7id Archibald Brezver. 

James Brewer (1120,260) b. Orwell, Vt., Feb. 11, 1790; d. Feb. 13, 
1790. 

Betsey Brewer (1120,261) b. Orwell, Vt., May 17, 1791; d. O., July 
19, 1868; m. O., Nov. 30, 1814, Daniel Mason Cooke [b. Canaan, 
Dec. 9, 1790; d. O., Dec. 22, 1873; s. of Capt. David Cooke and 
Elizabeth Humphrey]; res. O. ; farmer. + 

James Brewer (1120,262) b. Orwell, Vt., June 27, 1793; d. Mch. 24, 
181 7 ; res. O. 

Lucina Brewer (1120,263) b. Orwell, Vt., June 10, 1795; d. unm. 
Mch. 24, 1817 ; res. O. 

Pamela Brewer (1120,264) b. Orwell, Vt., July 11, 1797; d. s. p. O., 
Apr. 10, 1863; m. O., Joseph Hart Chittenden, of O., s. of Solo- 
mon Chittenden and Susannah ; res. O. ; farmer and mill 

owner. 

Samuel Brewer (1120,265) b. Orwell, Vt., Feb. 15, 1799; d. O., 
Mch. 21, 1869; m. O., June 13, 1830, P^liza Menora Bottum [b. O., 
Apr. 16, 1806; d. O., Dec. 20, 1873; dau. of Roswell Bottum and 
Meriam Conkey] ; res. O. ; stock breeder, dairyman, and merchant 
(in partnership with Horace Hulbertin Bristol, Vt.) ; spent a year in 
Cuba a. 181 7; capt.; temperate in his habits, of keen intellect, a 
great reader of history, but very eccentric ; his sayings and doings 
are still treasured in 0.+ 

"William Brewer (1120,266) b. Orwell, Vt., Mch. 15, 1807; d. Mch. 
27, 1807. 

Children of Russell Grant (/. j8) and Rebecca Jolinson. 

Daniel Grant (1120,300) b. Wapping, May 7, 1800; d. unm. W., 
June 27, 1839; res. W. ; farmer. 

Warren Grant (1120,301) b. Wapping, Apr. 29, 1802; d. Manches- 
ter, Dec. 29, 1891; m. (i) W., Nov. 22, 1825, Jane Ann Easton, of 
E. Hartford [b. E. Windsor, Aug. 28, 1804; d. W., Apr. 19, 1837; 
dau. of Daniel Easton and Martha Williams] ; m. (2) M., Jan. 29, 



SEVENTH GENERATION. 75 

1838, Jane Allen [b. Springfield, Mass. (Canaioharie, N. Y.), Jan. 
31, 1814; d. M., Feb. 3, 1891; dau. of Oliver Allen and Jane Ben- 
ton]; res. M. ; farmer. + 

Anna Grant (1120,302) b. E. Windsor, June 14, 1804; d. unm. 
Spencer, Mass., May 19, 1881; res. with bro. Naaman. 

Lyman Grant (1120,303) b. E. Windsor, June 7, 1807; d. Wapping-, 
Jan. 21, 1884 (1871), "ae 76"; m. (i) Wethersfield, June 6, 1830, 
Mary Jane Hosmer [b. Apr. 13, 1809; d. Dec. 20, 1830; bur. Wap- 
ping; dau. of Prosper Hosmer and Hannah Johnson]; m. (2) Man- 
chester, Sep. 4, 1832, Julia Buckland [b. M., Feb. i, 1810; d. W., 
May I, 1883; dau. of Peter Buckland and Caroline Bissell] ; res. 
Wapping; farmer and nlason ; sergt. 1828, ensign 1833; rep.-i- 

Leonard Grant (1120,304) b. Wapping, June 19, 1811; d. Buckland, 
May 20, 1898; m. W., Sep. 15, 1836, Ruth Rockwell [b. W., Aug. 
15, 18 14; d. W., Sep. I, 1896; dau. of Joel Rockwell and Chloe Bis- 
sel]; res. W. ; farmer and mason ; rep.+ 

Naaman Grant (1120,305) b. E. Windsor, July 15, 1813; d. Spen- 
cer, Mass., May 13, 1896; m. E. W., Nov. 20, 1838, Sarah Clough [b. 
Franklin, N. Y., Apr. 4, 1818; d. S., Dec. 13, 1882; dau. of Morde- 
cai Clough and Lucy Case]; res. E. W. , Manchester, and S. ; build- 
er and farmer. + 

Hannah Grant (1120,306) b. S. Windsor, Oct. 9, 1814; d. West- 
field, Mass., Aug. 30, 1883; m. Windsor, Oct. 14, 1838, Henry 
Loomis [b. Westfield, Mch. 2, i8r4; d. Westfield, Mch. 5, 1885; s. 
of Joshua Loomis and Sarah Noble]; res. Westfield. + 

Lemuel Grant (1120,307) b. Wapping, Sep. 17, 1817; d. Westfield, 
Mass., May 23, 1890; m. Westfield, Apr. 16, 1843, Everline Loomis 
[b. Westfield, Mch. 14, 1814; d. Westfield, Sep. 24, 1897; dau. of 
Squire Loomis and Patience Root]; rem. 1 840-1 to Westfield; 
whip-lash manufacturer, tanner, and leather merchant; members of 
M. E. ch.+ 

Children of Elliot Grant {p. j8) and Chloe Fenton. 

Grant (1120,330) d. Wapping, Aug. 16, 1803. 

Sanford Grant (1120,331) b. Wapping; d. s. p. W., June 27, 1858, 
se 54; m. W., Jerusha Wood [b. Barkhamsted; d. Bridgeport (prob. 
a. Jan. 1881, and dau. of Eli Wood)]; res. W. ; wid. res. Hartford; 
farmer; rep. 

Horace Grant (1120,332) b. Wapping, 1807; d. W., Mch. 15, 1851; 
m. W., Jan. 12, 1834 (1833), Lucina Grant (i2ii,io8A); res. W. ; 
farmer; J. P., town clerk. + 

Eliza Grant (1120,333) b. Wapping, Aug, 11, 1808; d. unm. W., 
July 15 (10), 1831; res. W. 

Nancy Grant (1120,334) b. Wapping, 1811; d. Hartford, Mch, 28, 
1886; m. Randolph Grant (1211,107); member of M. E. ch. 

Chloe Grant (1120,335) b. Wapping, Sep. 15, 1815; d. Norwich, 
Apr, 3, 1888 (Mch. 10, 1889); m. Jan. 3, 1838, Henry Torbush [b. 
Milton, N. Y., 1806; d. N., Oct. 3, 1890, ae 84 yrs. 10 mos. ; s. of 
Henry Torbush and Martha Brower] ; res. N. after 1856; M. E. 
minister and dentist; pastor of the Mohegan Indians 1882-90. + 



76 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

Cliildren of Hannali Grant (/. j8^ and Aslibcl Seymour. 

Anna Seymour (1120,350) b. (Hartford?), May 21, 1792; d. Canton, 
Apr. 23, 1827; m. C, Aug. 19, 1812, Benj. Weed [b. Granby, Jan. 
25, 1789; d. Muscatine, Iowa, Mch. 5, 1846; s. of Benj. Weed and 
Rizpah Goddard] ; res. N. Canton; wid. rem. 1834 to Collinsville, 
and in 1839 to M. ; physician; surgeon in War of 1812.+ 

Clara Seymour (1120,351) prob. b. Windsor; d. Canton Center, 
May I, 1867, ae 72; m. 1819, Wm. Homan Hallock [b. C. C, Jan. 7, 
1795; d. Oct. 10, 1867; s. of Rev. Jeremiah Hallock and Mercy 
Humphry]; res. C. C. ; farmer. + 

CLAN H. 
CJiildren of Matthew Grant (/. j8) and Rosanna Lee. 

Gerry Grant (1136,100) b. Torrington, May 23, 1798; d. s. p. Ap- 
pleton, Wis., bef. Aug. 31, 1870; m. T., Nov. 2, 1824, Louisa Whit- 
ing [b. T., Dec. 18, i8or; 1. 1897; dau. of Wm. Whiting and Lucin- 
da Soper] ; res. T. ; rem. bef. 1841 to Vernon, N. Y., thence to A. ; 
farmer. 

Horatio N. Grant (1136,101) b. Torrington, Apr. i, 1800; 1. s. p. 
1870; res. T. ; rem. a. 1850 to Cal. ; private in Co. A loth U. S. Inf. 
1847-8. 

Albert Grant (1136,102) b. Torrington, June 20, 1802; d. T., Feb. 
18, 1804. 

Albert Grant (1136,103) b. Torrington, June 20, 1804; d. s. p. in 
Cal.; m. ; res. T. as late as 1827; rem. to N. Y. and Cal.; book- 
keeper. 

Thomas Grant (1136,104) b. Torrington, Feb. 18, 1806; d. s. p. in 
Cal.; m. ; res. Oneida Co., N. Y., and Cal. ; lawyer. 

CJiild of PJiebe Grant [p. jp) and Seth Holmes. 
Marcus Holmes (1136,110) b. Torrington, Mays, 1786; wentwest.+ 

CJiildrcn of William Grant (/. jp) and Candace Hills. 

Louisa Foster Grant (ii36,5io)b. Torrington, July 6, 1793; m. John 
Bond; 6 chil.+ 

Harriet Lophelia Grant (1136,511) b. Torrington, July 8, 1795; m. 
Weber; perhaps m. (i) Willard.+ 

Lewis Cicero Grant (1136,512) b. Torrington, May 26, 1797; d. Apr. 
I, 1799. 

Frederick Nelson Grant (1136,513) b. Oct. 24, 1798; d. Dec. 4, 1802. 

Amelia Melissa Grant (1136,514) b. Vernon, N. Y., Apr. 15, 1804; 
d. Chicago, 111., 1888; m. V., Apr. 26, 1827, Henry Carrier Vogell, 
D.D. [b. N. Y. C, June i, 1806; d. Fordham, N. Y., June 3, 1887; 
s. of Frederick Vogell and Anna Weeks; m. (2) Cold Spring Harbor, 
N. Y. , a. 1870-2, Mrs. Jackson, who d. soon after]; divorced and re- 
sumed maiden name; res. Rome, N. Y. , Appleton, Wis., Madison, 
Wis., and C. ; pastor of First Bapt. Ch. of R. 25 yrs. ; chaplain and 
brigade surgeon in Civil War; trustee of Colgate Univ. many yrs. + 

Abigail Janet Grant (1136,515) b. Vernon, N. Y., June 21, 1814; 
d. July 2, 1898; m. v., Mch. 7, 1833, John Tipple [b. Verona, N. Y., 
Mch. 7, 1808; d. Rutland, Wis., Apr. 15, 1874; s. of Jacob Tipple 



SEVENTH GENERATION. 77 

and Maro^aret Osterhout] ; res. Vernon; rem. to Appleton, Wis., to 
Ripon, Wis., 1865, and in 1897 to Stoughton, Wis.; farmer.+ 

CJiildrcn of Ira Grant [p. ^0) and Susanna Mnnscll. 

Augustus Grant ( 1 136,520) b. Torrington, Jan. 29, 1797; d. Burr- 
ville, Nov. 30, 1885; m. (i) T., Sep. 15, 1819, Aurelia Cone [b. T., 
Aug. 3, 1798; d. T., May 16, 1825; dau. of Anderson Cone and 
Roxa Phelps]; m. (2) Winchester, Aug. 29, 1826, Roxana Clark [b. 
Saybrook, Oct. 14, 1793; d. T., Mch. 11, 1S47; dau. of Geo. Clark 
and Ruth Doane]; m. (3) Morris, Nov. 9 (16), 1847, Elizabeth (or 
Eliza) Hyatt (Whitney) Barber [b. Walton, N. Y., Jan. i, 1806; dau. 
of David Hyatt Whitney and Nancy Raymond; m. (i) T., Feb. 16, 
1832, Marvin Barber (b. T., Aug. 6, 1796; d. July 6, 1840; s. of 
Abijah Barber and Mary Loomis)]; res. T. ; rem. 1866 to Canter- 
bury, Orange Co., N. Y., and in 1868 to New Brunswick, N. J. ; wid. 
res. T. 1897; scythe manufacturer ; class leader in the M. E. Ch. of T. + 

Flora Grant (1136,521) b. Torrington, Aug. 28, 1803; d. Apr. 10, 
1816. 

Grant (1136,522) (dau.), b. and d. Torrington, Aug 28, 1803. 

Miles Grant (1136,523) b. Torringford, Dec. 13, 1819; m. Winsted, 
Dec. 13, 1846, Mary Augusta Tolles [b. Morris, May 16, 1830; dau. 
of Elisha Tolles and Harriet Frisbie]; res. Boston, Mass. (Box 5140); 
Second Adventist minister since 1850; prior to that taught for 10 
yrs. at Jonesville, N. Y., Acad., and Amenia, N. Y., Sem. ; pastor of 
a ch. in B. 1855-8; since then evangelist and lecturer, having lec- 
tured in Great Britain, Italy, Australia, New Zealand and India, as 
well as throughout the U. S. ; pres. of the Am. Advent Home and 
Foreign Miss. Soc. since 1886. 

CIvAN K. 
Children of Bridget Grant (/. ^0) and Hosca Wheeler. 

Nathan Wheeler (1142,100) b. N. Stonington, Dec. 29, 1772; d. 
Stonington, July 13, 1829; m. N. S., Nov. 20, 1791, Desire Wheeler 
[b. N. S., 1774; d. N. S., Nov. 29, 1839; dau. of Chas. Wheeler and 
Martha Williams]; res. S. ; farmer and stock dealer; colonel. + 

Asa Wheeler (1142,101) b. N. Stonington, Sep. 22, 1774; d. Col- 
chester; m. N. S., 1796, Mary (or Patty) Brown, dau. of Samuel 
Brown and S. J. Clark of Stonington; res. N. S.+ 

Hosea Wheeeler (1142,102) b. Stonington, Oct. 2, 1776; d. S. ; m. 
Nancy Brown. + 

Bridget Wheeler (1142,103) b. Stonington, Feb. 17, 1779; d. Feb. 15, 
1814; m. N. Stonington, Nov. 19, 1796, Robt. Wheeler [b. N S., 
June 17, 1772; d. N. S., se 91 yrs. 6 mos. ; s. of Chas. Wheeler and 
Martha Williams; m. (2) Greenfield, Mass., Jan. 8, 18 15, Sophia 
Smead (b. G., 1794; d. G., Apr. i, 1843; dau. of Solomon Smead 
and Esther Smith)]; res. N.S. ; farmer. + 

Susannah Wheeler (1142,104) b. N. Stonington, May 14, 1783; d. 
N. S., June 29, 1862; m. N. S., Mch. 29, 1804, Amos Champlin 
Maine [b. N. S., Julys, i779; d. N. S., Jan. 19 (22), 1852; s. of 
Amos Maine and Abigail Brown] ; farmer and attorney. + 



78 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

Rebecca Wheeler (1142,105) b. Stonington, Feb. 28, 1786 (1785); 
d. N. Stonington; m, (i) Thos. Wheeler; m. (2) Dec. i, 1815, Ste- 
phen L. Avery [b. May 12, 1786; s. of Stephen Avery and Anna 
Wheeler; m. (2) ].+ 

Ephraim Wheeler (1142,106) b. N. Stonington, Dec. 29, 1788; d. 
N. S., June 26, 1851; m. (i) N. S., Jan. 15, 1815, Bridget Ayres [b. 
Nov. 12, 179s; d. Aug. 3, 1833; dau. of Joseph Ayres and Thankful 

]; m. (2) Nov. 22, 1835, Hannah Elizabeth Miner [b. N. S., 

Nov. 22, 1819; d. N. S., June 7, 1891; dau. of John Owen Miner 
and Nancy Brown] ; res. N. S. ; farmer. + 

Lucy Wheeler (1142,107). 

Russel Wheeler (1142,108) b. N. Stonington, Aug. 20, 1796; d. N. 
S., July 8, 1856; m. N. S., Oct. i, 1828, Esther Wheeler Hull [b. N. 
S., Sep. 13, 1807; d. Brooklyn, N. Y., Mch. 7, 1858; dau. of Amos 
Hull and Esther Wheeler] ; res. N. S. ; merchant. + 

CJiildreii of Oliver Grant [p. ^o) and Hannah Fanning. 

Oliver Grant (1142,110) b. Stonington, 1779; d. S., May 23, 1813; 
m. Groton, 1801, Esther Breed [b. S., Jan. 18, 1782; d. S., Oct. 9, 
1861, "in 79th yr."; dau. of Stephen Breed and Esther Wheeler] ; 
res. N. Stonington; farmer; grand juror. + 

George Grant (1142,111) b. Stonington, Aug. 7, 1782; d. unm. 
Greenbush, N. Y., while serving in War of 181 2. 

William Grant (1142,112) b. 1784; d. unm. Goshen, a. 1842-3; res. 
G. ; carpenter. 

Hannah Grant (1142,113) b. 1787; d. unm. Griswold bef. 181 5. 

Hosea Grant (1142,114) b. Stonington, 1789; d. Ithaca, N. Y., a. 
1862-3; m. Betsey Jaques, who died I. ; res. N. Stonington; rem. 
to I.; farmer; Corp. in Conn, militia 181 3, private 18 14; 4 or 5 daus. 

Wheeler Grant (1142,115) b. Stonington, 1790; d. s. p. Ithaca, N. 
Y. , a. 1865; m. ; res. N. Stonington; rem. to I.; farmer. 

Rebecca Grant (1142,116) b. Stonington, 1792; m. Elisha Keeney, 
who d. N. Stonington, a. 1838-40; rem. to Ithaca, N. Y. ; farmer. + 

Henry Grant (1142,117) b. Stonington, 1795; ^- Torrington, Aug. 
1859; m. S., Polly Keeney [d. Pittsfield, Mass., 1861; dau. of Samuel 
Keeney]; res. N. Stonington; rem. a. 1817 to Goshen, and a. 1837 
to T. ; farmer. + 

Children of Miner Grant {p. ^d) and Eunice Swift. 

Miner Grant (1142,120) d. s. p. Stafford, 1850-3; m. S., Eleanor 

Blodgett [b. S. ; d. S. soon after his d. ; dau. of Blodgett and 

Thompson]; res. S. ; merchant; active in Cong. ch. 

Eunice Grant (1142,121) b. Mansfield, Sep. 13, 1781; d. M., Oct. 
12, 1844; m. Mch. 3, 1807, Edmund Howe [b. 1788; d. M., Dec. 10, 
1834; s. of Daniel Howe and Bridget ]; res. M., merchant. + 

Billings Grant (1142,122) b. Willington (?), Mch. i, 1784; d. El- 
lington, Nov. 23 (22), 1861; m. (i) Stafford, Aug. 13, 1807, Lucy 
Green Sanford [b. Middletown (New Haven), Nov. 8, 1785; d. S., 
Mch. 10, 1827; dau. of Peleg Sanford and Elizabeth Perkins]; m. 
(2) N. Y. C, Apr. 21, 1830, Eliza Phelps [b. Stafford Springs, Sep. 
I, 1794; d. E., Dec. 3, 1866; dau. of Hon. Eleazer Wheelock Phelps 



SEVENTH GENERATION. 79 

and Phebe Phelps]; res. S. ; rem. a. 1840 to E. ; merchant; pay- 
master in militia; held various offices in Cong. ch. + 

Elisha Grant (1142,123) b. Ashford (?), Sep. 5, 1786; d. Ashford, 
Feb. 8, 1822; m. Oct. 4, 1808, Nancy Clark [1. 1828; d. Stafford; 
dau. of ■ Clark and • Stedman]; res. A. ; farmer. + 

Denison Grant (1142,124) b.Willington (?), June 2, 1789; d. Mt. 
Hope, Apr. 15, 1867; m. Ashford, Jan. 13, 1814, Sally Byles [b. A., 
Nov. 27, 1793; d. M. H., Mch. 29, 1874; dau. of Josias Byles and 
Abigail Clark] ; res. M. H. ; farmer. + 

John Grant (1142,125) d. Stafford, Oct. 8, 1827, ae 36; m. (prob. S.), 
Fanny (Hall-Perit) Ladd[d. S. (S. Williamstown, Mass.), Aug. (Apr.) 
23, 1850, ae 65 (67); m. (i) Pelatiah Webster Perit; m. (2) Ro- 
dolphus Ladd, M. D., of S.]; res. S. ; physician. + 

Clark Grant (1142,126) d. Ashford, Apr. 16, 1826, ae ^^■, m. A., 
June 15, 1819, Sabrina Howe Clark [b. Nov. 3, 1799; d- -^-i Feb. 14, 
1839; dau. of Dyer Clark and Lucinda Holt] ; res. A.; merchant. + 

Lucinda Grant (1142,127) prob. b. Willington ; d. s. p. Stafford, 
Mch. 1863; bur. Pomfret; m. (as,2dw.) (prob. Ashford), Rev. James 
Porter [d. S. , June 6, 1856, ae 71; bur. P. ] ; res. A. , P. , and S. ; pastor 
of Cong. ch. at P. several yrs. 

CJiildren of PJicbe Grant {p. ^o) and James Brozvn. 

P Phebe Brown (1142,140) b. June 20, 1783; d. N. Stonington, Mch. 

27, 1868; m. N. S., Nov. II, 1804, Denison Miner [b. N. S., Aug. 

28, 1777; d. N. S., Feb. 27, 1865 (1855); s. of Jas. Miner and Pru- 
dence E. Denison]; res. N. S. ; farmer, teacher, and surveyor. + 

Lucy Brown (1142,141). 

Henry Brown (1142,142) (prob. the one who d. Mch. 27, 1840; m. 
Feb. 12, 1S09, Thisbe Brown, and had chil.+). 

Children of Ephraiin Grant ( p. ^i) and Olive Shepard. 

Asa Wheeler Grant (1142,150) b. Stonington, Oct. 21, 1793; d. unm. 
Athens, Pa., June 3, 1878; res. A. 

Lucinda Grant (1142,151) b. Stonington, Mch. 13, 1795; d. Athens, 
Pa., Oct. II, 1870; m. Chester Stevens [b. Kingston, Pa., Mch. 12, 
1785; s. of Capt. Ira Stevens and Sibyl Ransom]; res. A. + 

Clarissa Grant (1142,152) b. Stonington, 1797; d. Athens, Pa.; m. 
Luther Howard, of Ithaca, N. Y. 

Children of Lucinda Grant [p. ^i) and Stanton Hezvitt. 

Charles Hewitt (1142,160) b. N. Stonington (Ledyard, Preston), 
July 13, 1785 (1786) ;d. P., Sep. 29, 1843; m. P., 1813, Eunice Wit- 
ter [b. P., 1789; d. P., Nov. 22, 1852; dau. of Jonah (or Jacob) Wit- 
ter and Eunice Cady]; res. P.; farmer; prominent man; held town 
offices; often rep. + 

Stanton Hewitt (1142,161) b. Ledyard, July 13 (11), 1788; d. N. 
Stonington, Aug. 25, 1847; i^- Sep. 7, 1820, Mary Avery [b. N. S., 
Dec. 9, 1798; d. N. S., Nov. 8, 1859; dau. of Wm. Avery and Marga- 
ret Avery] ; innkeeper and farmer ; rep. several times ; served in War 
of 1812; col. of cav. + 

William Hewitt (1142,162) b. Ledyard, Jan. 23, 1791 ; d. N. Stoning- 



80 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

ton, Jan. 25, 1869; m. L., Mch. 6, 1814, Eliza Williams [b. L., Sep. 
18, 1794; d. N. S., Apr. 9, 1867; dau. of Seth Williams and Abigail 
Williams]; res. N. S. ; farmer and speculator; J. P. many yrs. ; pri- 
vate in War of 1 81 2.+ 

Oliver Hewitt (1142,163) b. (N. Stonington ?), Oct. 15, 1795; d. N. 
S. ; m. (r) Preston, Julia Punderson, who d. N. S. ; m. (2) N. S., 
Sarah Browning [b. N. S. ; d. P. ; dau. of Thos. Browning and Amy 
Prentice] ; res. N. S. and P. ; farmer and merchant ; town clerk. + 

Lucinda Hewitt (1142,164) b. (N. Stonington?), Dec. 19 (Apr. 17), 
1797; d. N. S., Dec. 19, 1857; m. N. S., Ezra Stanton [b. June 18, 
1793; d. N. S., June 18, 1832]; res. N. S. ; farmer and grocer. + 

Ephraim Grant Hewitt (1142,165) b. (N. Stonington?), Apr. 20, 
1800; d. N. S., Sep. 14, 1855; m. N. S., Eliza Prentice [b. N. S. ; 

dau. of Asher Prentice and Eliza ] ; res. N. S. ; farmer and 

speculator. + 

Eliza Hewitt (1142,166) b. Stonington, Apr. 17, 1803; d. N. Ston- 
ington; m. N. S., Nov. 30, 1824, Henry Prentice [b. N. S., Apr. 7, 
1802; d. N. S., Jan. i, 1874; s. of Thos. (or Samuel) Prentice and 
Anna Downer]; res. N. S. ; painter and wagonmaker. + 

Mary Hewitt (1142,167) b. (N. Stonington?), May 19, 1808; d. N. 
S., May 6, 1849; m. N. S., Asher Prentice [b. and d. N. S. ; s. of 

Asher Prentice and Eliza ]; res. N. S. ; farmer; 4 chil., all b. 

N. S. and d. N. S. inf. 

Denison Hewitt (1142,168) b. (N. Stonington?), Jan 19, 1811; d, N. 
S., Oct. 16, 1888; m. N. S., Mary Browning [b. N. S. ; d. Brooklyn, 
N. Y. ; dau. of Thos. Browning and Amy Prentice] ; res. N. S. ; 
farmer. + 

CJiildren of Wealthy Grant [p. ^i) and Sanford Palmer. 

Keturah Palmer (1142,170) b. N. Stonington, Oct. i, 1789; d. 
Clockville, N. Y., Aug. 11, 1850; m. N. S., Sep. 7 (21), 1807, Col. 
Stephen Chapman [b. N. S., Oct. i, 1785; d. C., June 28, 1862; s. 
of Joseph Chapman and Mary Maine]; res, N. S. ; rem. 1812 to C. ; 
lawyer; served in War of 181 2, and received the various promotions 
in the militia, becoming Col. 74th N. Y. Inf. 1827; a recognized 
leader of the bar in Madison Co., and a strong, vigorous man, full 
of enterprise. + 

Sanford Billings Palmer (1142,171) b. Dec. 13, 1791; d. Apr. 6, 
1865; m. N. Stonington, Sep. 13, 1813, Polly Chapman. + 

Sophia Palmer (1142,172) b. Dec. 15, 1795; d. May 20, 1883; m. 
Feb, 13, 181 7, Michael B. Hutchins; (a descendant is Dr. Denison 
P. Hutchins, Fayetteville, N. Y.f). 

Noyes Palmer (1143,173) b. June 27, 1798; d. May 22, 1863; m. 
Mch. I, 1827, Harriet Jones; (a descendant is Belle Palmer, Seneca 
Falls, N. Y.f). 

Denison Palmer (1142,174) b. Dec. 3, 1800; d. July 22, 1874; m. 
May 21, TS29, Almira Martin. + 

Phebe Palmer (1142,175) b. Aug. i, 1803; d. Oct. 26, 1875; m. 

Jan. 13, 1830, Redfield; (a descendant is Lauren Redfield, 

32 Liberty St., N. Y. C.t).+ 



SEVENTH GENERATION. 81 

Randall Palmer (1142,176) b. Feb. 27, 1807; d. Mch. 4, 1845; m. 
Aug. 29, 1831, Sophia Lewis. + 

Calvin Goddard Palmer (1142,177) b. N. Stonington, Feb. 11, 1810; 
d. Akron, O., Sep. 11, 1863; m. Rensselaer, Ind. , Apr. 19, 1859, 
Harriet Elizabeth Johnson [b. Peacham, Vt., Aug. 28, 1839; dau. of 
Leonard Johnson and Betsey Merrill; m. (2) ]; railway con- 
tractor. + 

Children of Daniel Grant [p. ^i) and Alary Swan. 

Daniel Grant (1142,190) b. N. Stonington, Feb. 24, 1805; d. unm. 
N. S., Aug. 1847; res. N. S. ; carpenter. 

Bridget Grant (1142,191) b. N. Stonington, Aug. 24, 1807; d. s. p. 
Norwich; m. N. S., Wanton Noyes, who d. N. ; res. N. ; carpenter. 

Phebe Grant (1142,192) b. N. Stonington, Aug. 24 (22), 1807; d. 
Norwich, Nov. 25, 1859; m. N. S., Mch. 22, 1829, Justin Hinckley 
[b. April 24, 1807; d. N. (Lebanon), Sep. 16, 1864; s. of Capt. Tim- 
othy Hinckley and Salome Strong] ; res. L. and N. ; farmer. + 

Wealthy Grant (1142,193) b. N. Stonington, Aug. 17, 1811; d. s. p. 
Jan. 3, 1842; m. Nov. 10, 1836, Chas. Lathrop Loomis [b. Lebanon, 
Dec. 6, 1810; s. of Veach Loomis and Lucy Lathrop; m. (2) Dec. 
21, 1842, Frances Esther Clark, dau. of Hosea Clark, of L.]; res. 
L. ; farmer; rep. 1853. 

Miner Grant (1142,194) b. N. Stonington, Aug. 4, 1815; d. unm. 
Mobile, Ala., a. 1845; res. M. ; merchant; very handsome. 

Mary Grant (1142,195) b. N. Stonington, Mch. 24, 1819; d. a. 
1862; m. Leonard W. Nichols, who d. ; res. Norwich; furrier and 
hatter. + 

Children of Joshua Grant (/. ^/) and Lucy Green. 

Joshua Grant (1142,300) b. N. Stonington, Nov. 7, 1778; d. Hali- 
fax, Vt., Sep. 28, 1863 (1864); m. Stonington, Mch. 12, 1801, Caro- 
line Hinckley [b. S., Aug. 15, 1782; d. H. (Guilford, Vt.), Mch. 4, 
1847; dau. of Thos. Hinckley and Phalla Slack] ; res. H. ; farmer. + 

Lucy Grant (1142,301) b. N. Stonington, Dec. 24, 1781; d. Ston- 
ington, Aug. 22, 1829; m. N. S., Mch. 26, 1801, Dudley Randall [b. 
S. , Dec. 7, 1772; d. S., June 4 (3), 185 1 (1852); s. of Capt. John 
Randall and Thankful Swan (or Lucy Breed) ; m. (2) Sarah (Grant) 
Farnham (1142,303)]; res. S. ; farmer. + 

Prentice Grant (1142,302) b. N. Stonington, Nov. 29, 1783; d. Nor- 
wich, N. Y., Apr. 5, 1863; m. (i) N. S., Dec. 28, 1808, Lucy Brown 

[b. Stonington ; d. S. ; dau. of Ichabod Brown and Lucy ] ; 

m. (2) S., Dec. 19, 1824, Mary Horton Bentley [b. S., Nov. 30, 1787; 

d. N., Sep. 22, 1859; dau. of Geo. Bentley and Lucy ]; res. 

N. S. as late as 1829; rem. to Granville, Mass. bef. 1835, and to N. 
bef. 1839; merchant and farmer; private in militia 181 3.+ 

Sarah Grant (1142,303) b. N. Stonington, Nov. 11, 1785; d. Ston- 
ington, May 15, 1851; m. (i) 1809, Daniel Farnham, who d. 1815; 
m. (2) N. S., Mch. 28, 1830, Dudley Randall; see (1142,301).+ 

Charles Grant (1142,304) b. N. Stonington, Jan. 12, 1788; 1. 1825; 
d. Stonington; m. Lydia Barber [b. Hopkinton, R. I. ; d. N. S. be- 



82 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

fore him; dau. of Benj. Barber]; res. N. S. ; farmer and merchant; 
very handsome. + 

Henry Grant (1142,305) b. N. Stonington, July 25, 1791 (1790); d. 
Old Mystic, a. 1830; m. Stonington, Oct. 6, 1822, Fanny Bailey [b. 
N. S. ; d. S., a. 1862; dan. of Abel Bailey and Grace Smith; m. (2) 
S., Chas. Sheffield, who was b. and d. in R. I.]; res. N. S. ; rem. 
1828-9 to S., thence to O. M. ; farmer and teamster. + 

Betsey Grant (1142,306) b. N. Stonington, Oct. 2, 1794 (1792); d. 
tmm. N. S., Apr. 22, 1858, "se 63"; res. with bro. Caleb. 

Caleb Grant (1142,307) b. N. Stonington, June 19, 1797; d. N. S., 
Apr. 8 (6, 9), 1849; m. N. S., Apr. 30, 1826, Lura Peabody [b. N. 
S., Nov. 5, 1799 (1800); d. N. S., Apr. 7 (5), 1865; dau. of Samuel 
W. Peabody and Lucy Breed] ; res. N. S. on the farm of his father 
and grandfather ; farmer. + 

Almira Grant (1142,308) b. N. Stonington, Apr. 6, 1800; m. (i) 

Noyes Weaver; m. (2) ; res. Pitcher, N. Y., and Pharsalia, 

N. Y.+ 

CJiildren of Esther Grant (/. 7/) and Sands Cole. 

Phebe Cole (1142,320) b. N. Stonington, Feb. 6, 1786; d. Westerly, 
R. I. (Pawcatuck), May 17 (19), 1867; m. N. S., Oct. 6, 1803, Gen. 
Nathan Pendleton [b. W., May 31 (June i, 30), 1779; d. Pendleton 
Hill, Oct. 15, 1827; s. of Capt. Nathan Pendleton and Amelia Bab- 
cock]; res. P. H. ; farmer, merchant and manufacturer; maj. of art. 
in War of 1812; brig. gen. of militia many years. + 

Sarah Cole (1142,321) b. Stonington, Mch. 23, 1791; d. N. Stoning- 
ton, Aug. 22, 1811. 

Susan Cole (1142,322) b. Stonington, May 20, 1793; m. Daniel Carr 
[b. Westerly, R. I., Oct. 14, 1793; s. of Resolved Carr and Betsey 
Hinckley]. + 

Sands Grant Cole (1142,323) b. N. Stonington, July 31, 1800; d. 
unm. Detroit, Mich., Sep. 29, 1827; res. N. S. and D, ; lawyer; 
grad. Brown Univ. 

CJiildren of Amos Grant {p. ^i) and Edgeconib. 

Amos Grant (1142,340) b. N. Stonington; d. s. p. Griswold; private 
in militia 1813; prob. the one who was private in 25th U. S. Inf. 1814. 

Gurdon Grant (1142,341) b. N. Stonington; d. Troy, N. Y., Dec. 6, 
1862, ■& 71; m. (i) T., Lydia Silliman [b. Waterford, N. Y.; d. T., 

1837-8; dau. of Robt. Silliman] ; m. (2) ; went to Saratoga Co., 

N. Y., when a boy; went in business in W. bef. 20 yrs. old; rem. 
bef. 1829 to T. ; dealer in flour, grain, and lumber; operated a line 
of boats between Albany, N. Y., and N. Y. C. ; prominent member 
of Board of Trade in A. ; director of Merchants and Mechanics Bank 
of T. ; capt. ; dea. in Bapt. ch., later in Second Pres. Ch. ; a devoted 
Christian, full of good works; spent time and money helping strug- 
gling churches, and built the first mission ch. in T. + 

Children of Gilbert Grant (/. ^/) and Anna Breed. 
Gilbert Grant (i 142,350) b. Stonington, Dec. 8, 1793; d. Mystic, 
Sep. 28, 1864; m. Groton, Mch. 27, 181 7, Elizabeth Wells [b. G., 



SEVENTH GENERATION. 83 

Oct. 14, 1799; d. Union (Jersey City), N. J., Jan. 2, 1878; dau. of 
Thos. Wells and Phebe Ecclestone]; res. S. as late as 1829; rem. to 
N. Y. C, thence to M. ; teacher, merchant and shipper; ch. clerk 
many yrs. ; an earnest, faithful Christian. + 

Cyrus Grant (1142,351) b. Stonington, Feb. 15, 1796; d. Westfield, 
N. J. (Sag- Harbor, N. Y.), June 15, 1866; m. S., Nov. 19, 1820, 
Rhoda Chesebro [b. S., Aug. (May) 4, 1801 ; d. Greeley, Col., Aug. 
(Sep.) 19, 1888 (1887, 1894); dau. of Ezra Chesebro and Sally Pal- 
mer]; res. N. Stonington as late as 1833; rem. to S. H, ; wid. rem. 
to Cleveland, O. ; farmer. + 

John Grant (1142,352) b. Stonington, Feb. 3, 1798; d. Sprague, 
Nov. 22, 1874; m. N. Stonington, Sep. 26, 1826, Ann Wheeler Ayer 
[b. N. S., Dec. 24, 1798; d. Sprague, Sep. 11, 1882; dau. of Joseph 
Ayer and Bridget Wheeler] ; res. N. S. ; rem. a, 1838 to Griswold, 
and a. 1840 to Hanover; farmer; selectman of Lisbon several yrs. , 
assessor, collector. + 

William Slack Grant (1142,353) b. N. Stonington, Apr. 27, 1800; d. 
N. S., June 15, i860; m. N. S., May 16, 1827, Betsey Mason Bald- 
win [b. N. S., Apr. 8, 1801 ; d. Hanover, Feb. 25, 1878; dau. of John 
Baldwin and Abigail Boardman] ; res. N. S. ; wid. rem. to Norwich; 
farmer. + 

Anna Grant (1142,354) b. Stonington, July 27, 1802; d. s. p. N. 
Stonington, Mch. 26, 1827; m. Gilbert Dart; res. N. S. 

Children of Mary Grant {p 4.1) and Edxvard Holmes. 

Prentice Holmes (1142,360) b. Stonington, Feb. 10, 1793; d. unm. 
S., a. 1821 ; res. S. 

Joshua Holmes (1142,361) b. Stonington, Mch. 12, 1796; d. unm. 
Oneida Lake, N. Y., Aug. (Oct.) 1851; res. O. L. ; farmer. 

Russel Holmes (1142,362) b. Stonington, May 22, 1798; d. Peter- 
boro, N. Y. ; m. Martha Holmes, dau. of Jared Holmes and Martha 
Wheeler; res. P. + 

Hosea Wheeler Holmes (1142,363) b. Stonington, May 18, 1800; 
d. Siloam (Peterboro), N. Y., Apr. 20, 1883; m. P., 1824, Sophronia 
Wilber [b. P., July 9, 1805; d. Lakeport, N. Y., Sep. 3, 1853; dau. 
of Capt. Benj. Wilber and Esther Tifft]; res. Oswego, N. Y., and 
Siloam ; civil engineer and wheelwright. + 

Silas Holmes (1142,364) b. N. Stonington, June 17, 1803; d. Ston- 
ington, Jan. 4, 1835; m. S., Apr. 2, 1825, Surviah Wheeler [b. S., 
May 26, 1806 ; dau. of David Wheeler and Surviah York; res. N. S. ; 
wid. res. Mystic 1897; farmer; trooper.+ 

Mary Holmes (1142,365) b. N. Stonington, 1805; d. unm. Stoning- 
ton, July 1869; res. S. 

Eunice Holmes (1142,366) b. Stonington, Apr. 12, 1808; d. Mile 
Strip, N. Y., Mch. 23, 1884; m. 1847, Lester Tucker [b. M. S., May 
22, 1806; d. M. S., Mch. 7, 1887; s. of Jas. Tucker and Tabitha 
Haven] ; res. M. S. ; farmer. + 

Edward Holmes (1142,367) b. N. Stonington, Jan. 5 (4), 181 1; d. 
Oneida Lake, N. Y., May 11, 1858; m. Stonington, Nov. 20, 1834, 
Melissa Ann Wheeler [b. S., Feb. 14, 181 1; d. Clinton, Iowa, May 



84 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

I, 1893; dau. of David Wheeler and Surviah York]; res. O. L. ; 
farmer. + 

Children of Deborah Grant {p. 41) and Benijah Ladd. 

Beaufort Ladd (1142,370) b. Franklin, Sep. 18, 1798; d. s. p. 1874-5; 
m. (i) Sangerfield, N. Y., May 1833, Almira Holmes [d, Ogden, N. 
Y., Sep. 24, 1833; dau. of Richard Holmes, of S.]; m. (2) O., Nov. 
29, 1839, Mary E. Lord [d. Rose, N. Y., Mch. 24, 1848; dau. of 
Diodate Lord, of O.]; m. (3) Red Creek, N. Y., May 3, 1849 (1848), 
Clarissa H. (Williams) Wood [d. Port Byron, N. Y. ; dau. of Rev. 
Wm. Williams, of R. C.]; res. R. and P. B. ; Pres. minister; grad. 
Amherst Coll. 1824; grad. Auburn Theol. Sem. ; belonged to the 
old school, strict, reticent, and formal; Mrs. Wood had been a mis- 
sionary to the Choctaws. 

Grant Ladd (1142,371) b. Franklin, July 2, 1801; d. nr. Williams- 
ville, N. Y., May 31, 1866; m. (i) Burlington, N. Y., Jan. 13, 1828, 
Elizabeth R. Baker, who d. nr. W.,Oct. 21, 1832; m. (2) F., Oct. 16, 
1833, Lydia Andrus Brewster [b. F., Feb. 4, 1803; d. nr. W. , Nov. 
8, 1854; dau. of Frederic Brewster and Annie Frink] ; rem. a. 1822 
to B., and a. 1828 to the town of Amherst, 12 miles from Buf- 
falo; farmer; a well-read, clear-headed, staunch, upright man; held 
many offices in town and county and in the M. E. ch. ; officer in 
state militia. + 

Esther Ladd (1142,372) bur. Burlington, N. Y. ; m. B., Chester 
Chapin.+ 

Emily Ladd (1142,373) d. Joliet, 111.; m. Ephraim Halstead. 

Augusta Ladd (1142,374) d. Battle Creek, Mich. ; m. nr. Williams- 
ville, N. Y., Jas. Armstrong, of Wilson, N. Y. ; 3 chil. d. inf. 

Jane Ladd (1142,375) d. in 111. ; m. a. 1840, John Edgar, of Lock- 
port, N. Y. ; res. in. 111. + 

Cornelia Ladd (1142,376) d. in Ind. T. ; m. in I. T., a. 1847-8, Rev. 
Chas. Copeland, who d. in I. T. ; res. in I. T. ; both teachers of 
the Choctaws. + 

Children of Lucy Grant {p. 42) and Timothy Sivan Wheeler. 

Sally Wheeler (1142,380) b. N. Stonington, June 26, 1797 (1798); 
d. Newport, R. I., June 10, 1875 (1873); m. N. S., Nov. 13, 1817, 
Benj. Underwood Carr [b. N., Nov. 8, 1782; d. N., Aug. 24, 1863 
(1862); s. of Samuel Carr and Damaris Underbill] ; res. N. ; mer- 
chant; she was a member of Bapt. ch.+ 

Lucy A.Wheeler (1142,381) b. N. Stonington, July 29, 1800 (1799); 
d. N. S., iu a. 6 wks. 

Eunice Grant Wheeler (1142,382) b. N. Stonington, Aug. 23, 1801; 
d. Hopkinton, R. I., Dec. 15, 1881 ; m. H., May 16, 1841, Noyes 
Wells Kenyon [b. H., June 10, 1808; d. H., Mch. 23, 1888; s. of 
Nathan Kenyon]; she was a member of Bapt. ch.+ 

Esther Cole Wheeler (1142,383) b. N. Stonington, May 15, 1804; d. 
unm. Westerly, R. I., Aug. 12 (16), 1887; res. W. ; tailoress; mem- 
ber of Bapt. ch. 

Joseph Swan Wheeler (i 142,384) b. N. Stonington, Sep. 23, 1S07; 
d. Greenfield, Pa.; Oct. 11, 1844; m. Hopkinton, R. I., 1830, Han- 



SEVENTH GENERATION. 85 

nah Burdick [b. Mch. 20 (23), 1806; d. Tompkinsville, Pa., Aug. 7, 
1892; dau. of Billing-s Burdick and Hannah Babcock]; res. G. ; 
farmer; member of Bapt. ch.+ 

Lucy GrantWheeler (1142,385) b, N. Stonington, Feb. 20, 181 1; 
res. Westerly, R. I. (52 Elm St.); form. Newport, R. I.$ 

Adeline Wheeler (1142,386) b. N. Stonington, Oct. 28, 1814; d. 
Westerly, R. I., Sep. 2, 1897; m. Hopkinton, R. I., Mch. 4, 1836, 
Welcome Clark Burdick [b. H., Mch. 1810; d. Washington, D. C, 
Jan. 26, 1863; s. of Ichabod Burdick and Hannah Maxson] ; res. 
Westerly; blacksmith; served in Civil War; she was a member of 
Bapt. ch. + 

Noyes Denison Wheeler (1142,387) b. N. Stonington, Jan. 31, 1818 
m. Richmond, R. I., Susan Samantha Wilbur [b. R., Nov. 2, 1824 
dau. of Jesse Wilbur and Thankful Louisa Barber] ; res. H. ; farmer 
constable. + 

Mary Eliza Wheeler (1142,388) b. N. Stonington, July 17, 1821; m. 
Hopkinton, R. I., Sep. or Oct. 1871, John Segar Champlin [b. S. 
Kingston, R. I., Oct. 1810; d. H., Mch. 13, 1883; s. of Thos. 
Champlin and Elizabeth Segar; m. (i) Abby Spicer] ; res. Westerly, 
R. I.; form. H. ; tanner and currier ; collector; town treas. several 
yrs. ; pres. of H. bank. 

CJiildrcn of Elnathan Grant [p. ^2) and Betsey Felloivs. 

ElnathanF. Grant (1142,390) b. Oct. 11, 1802; d. ; m. N. Y. C, 
Elizabeth Billings, who d. ; res. Troy, N. Y. ; director of Troy Ins. 
Co. 1831, and of Troy City Bank 1833; a noble man, beloved by all 
who knew him; only child d. inf. 

Eliza Ann Grant (1142,391) b. Nov. 6, 1804; d. N. Y. C. ; m. Ston- 
ington, Nov. 20, 1823, Geo. Little Meacham, of S. [b. Boston, Mass., 
Dec. 20, 1800; d. Brooklyn, N. Y., Jan. 18 (15), 1883; s. of Wm. 
Meacham and Ruth Johnson; m. (2) Clarissa A. Farnham (1142,3031)]; 
res. Brooklyn; flour merchant; later largestfruit importer in N.Y. C.+ 

Joseph Grant (1142,392) b. Aug. 30, 1807; d. 1807. 

Sarah Grace Grant (1142,393) b. Waterford, N. Y., Sep. 22, 1808; d. 
Taylorville, 111., Nov. 24, 1886; m. Brooklyn, N. Y., Oct. 21, 1830, 
Wm. Stanton Frink [b. Lebanon, Dec. 17, 1790; d. T., Sep. 12, 
1887 ; s. of Wm. Frink and Wealthy Ann Downer]; res. T. ; farmer 
and merchant. + 

Charles Edward Grant (1142,394) b. Mch. 16, 1811; d.; m. 2 or 3 
times; res. N. Y. C. and Galesburg, 111.; wid. res. Waco, Tex.+ 

Joseph Fellows Grant (1142,395) b. Waterford, N. Y. , Sep. 22, 1813; 
d. Deans Corners, N. Y., Mch. 5, 1889; m. Quaker Springs, N. Y. , 
Jan. 24 (16), 1839, Caroline Antoinette Maxwell [b. Q. S., Dec. n, 
1816; dau. of Anthony Leggett Maxwell and Rachel Stafford]; res. 
D. C. ; wid. res. Ketchums Corners ; farmer. + 

James Lewis Grant (1142,396) b. May 20, 1816; m. Harriet Newel; 
res. Columbus, Kan.f + 

Mary Sophia Grant (1142,397) b. Sep. 10, 1 82 1 ; d. soon after m. ; m. 
Ithamar Conkey ; res. in N. Y. + 



86 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

CIvAN Iv. 

Children of Noah Grant {p. 42) and Polly Brozvning. 

Polly Grant (1143,300) d. y. 

Ruth Grant (1143,301) b. Stoning-ton, Aug. 10, 1793 (1792); d 
Pharsalia, N. Y., 1874, " se 84"; m. E. Freetown, N. Y., 1808 
Jonathan Eccleston, of Chenango Co. , N. Y. [b. Freetown Corners 
N. Y. ; d. E. Pharsalia, N. Y., Sep. 1864]; res. E. P.; farmer.+ 

Anna Grant (1143,302) b. Stonington, June 2, 1795; d. Solon, N 
Y., Oct. 3, 1841 ; m. Dec. 31, 1809, Christopher Lavally Matteson 
of Freetown Corners, N. Y. [b. Burlington, Vt., May 10, 1788; d 
Cortland, N. Y., June 30, 1867; s. of Thos. Matteson and Eunice 
Lavally; m. (2) McGraw, N. Y., May 4, 1843, Lois Huntly, who was 
b. a. 1809]; res. Cooperstown, N. Y. ; rem. 1818 to Bainbridge, N. Y. 
thence to Cincinnatus, N. Y., and Solon; wid. rem. 1849 to E 
River, N. Y. ; farmer. + 

Russel Grant (1143,303) b. Stonington, May 14, 1797 (1798); d 
Freetown Corners, N. Y., Jan. 26, 1880; m. F. C, a. 1820, Betsey 
Loveless [b. Vanburen, N. Y., Aug. i, 1804; d. F. C., Jan. 3, 1886 
dau, of Daniel Loveless]; res. F. C. ; farmer; dea.+ 

John Grant (ii43,303A) b. July 11, 1800; d. E. Freetown, N. Y., 1818 

Justus Grant (1143,304) b. Stonington (Pharsalia, N. Y.), Oct. 8 
1802; d. E. Pharsalia, N. Y., Mch. 20 (23), 1850; m. 1826, Amy 
Bartlett [b. in Mass., 1804; d. E. P., 1842; dau, of Samuel Bartlett 
and Amy ]; res. E. P.; innkeeper and farmer. + 

Daniel Grant (ii43,304A) b. Pharsalia, N. Y., Feb. 8, 1805 (1804); 
d. y. P. 

Miner Grant (1143,305) b. E. Pharsalia, N. Y. , Apr. 2, 1806; d. E. 
Freetown, N. Y., Dec. 10, 1893 (1894); m. E. F., Apr. 10, 1828, 
Zibia Underwood, of F. C. [b. Edmeston, N. Y. (E. F.), May 10, 
1808; d. E. F., July 20, 1887 (1886); dau. of Vander Underwood 
and Jerusha Wood]; res, E. F. ; farmer and carpenter; capt. in 
militia ; a man of true Christian character. + 

Cyrus Grant (1143,306) b. Apr. 19, 1808; d. Freetown Corners, N. 
Y. , Apr. 23, 1844 (1843); m. Joanna Underwood [b. F. C. ; d. Solon, 
N. Y., 1870; dau. of Vander Underwood and Jerusha Wood ; m. (2) 
S., Jason Blake]; res, F, C, ; farmer; an excellent Christian man. + 

Polly Grant (1143,307) b. E. Pharsalia, N. Y., Sep. 23, 181 2 (1810); 
d. Taylor (Solon), N. Y., Aug. 23, 1877; m. Cincinnatus, N. Y., 
Oct. I, 1829 (1828), Samuel Ripley [b. T. (or in Conn.), Dec. 29, 
1809; d. T. (S.), Mch. 13, 1873 (1874); s. of John Ripley and Lois 
Emmons]; res. T. ; farmer; a woman of fine character. + 

Patience Grant (1143,308) b. Mch. 3, 1813; d. Norwich, N. Y., 
Oct. I, 1888; m. E. Pharsalia, N. Y., 1825 (?), Ambrose Guinnet 
Button, of Plymouth, N. Y. [b. Edm.eston, N. Y., 1806; d. N., Dec. 
13, 1 891; s. of Guinnet Button and Nancy Baker]; res. E. P. and 
N. ; farmer; i3chil.+ 

Noah Grant (1143,309) b. July 15, 1815; d. Feb. 7, 1898; m. Oct. 
6, 1838, Prudence Norton [b. Lansingville, N. Y., Oct. 6, 18 16; d. 
Mch. 13, 1896]; res. L. ; farmer. + 



SEVENTH GENERATION. 87 

William Browning Grant (ii43,309A) b. Freetown Corners, N. Y., 
Aug. lo, 1819 (1818); res. Willet, N. Y. ; blacksmith and maker of 
edge tools. 

CJiildren of Roswell Grant (/. ^2) and Abigail Smith. 

Noah Webster Grant (1143,330) b. Preston (or in R. I.), June 5, 
1805; d. Berlin, N. Y., Feb. (Jan.) 21 (22), 1862 (1861, 1863); m. 
B. (Stephentown, N. Y.), Jane Alma Simpkins [b. B. (Hancock, 
Mass.), Jan. 28, 1818; d. B., Apr. 25 (23, 15), 1888 (1887, 1889); dau. 
of Josiaii Simpkins and Anna Moon]; res. B. ; farmer. + 

Alonzo Grant (i 143,331) see Appendix A. + 

Prentice Grant (1143,332) d. Preston; res. P. 

Russell Grant (1143,333) b. Berlin, N. Y., Sep. 30, 18 13; d. Jan. i, 
1891; m. 1830-1, Lucy Whitaker [b. Hancock, Mass., July 30, 1814; 
dau. of Wm. Whitaker and Sally Moon]; res. H. ; blacksmith. + 

Abigail Grant (1143,334) d. 

Asenath Lucinda Grant (1143,335) see Appendix A.+ 

CJiild of Rosivell Grant {p. ^2) and 2d ivifc. 

Alzina Grant (i 144,336) d. s. p. ; m. Clark ; res. Albany, N. Y. 

Children of Russell Grant (/. ^2) and Abigail Palmer. 

Russell Grant (1143,340) d. Sandy Hill, N. Y., 1866-7; res. S. H.+ 

Abigail Grant (11 43, 340 A) d. 

Jesse Grant (1143,341) d. 

Mary E. Grant (1143,342) d. 

Martha Maria Grant (1143,343) see Appendix A.h-^ 

Henry Palmer Grant (1143,344) b. in Conn., Jan. 14, 1817; d. Colum- 
bus, Kan., Apr. 26, 1889; m. (i) Oct. 5, 1841, Mary Antoinette Hoy t 
[b. Dec. 6, 1820; d. Warrenville, III, Feb. 25, 1849; dau. of Nathan 
Hoytand Lourendy Stevenson]; m. (2) Clarissa Hardy [b. Ruiland, 
Vt., Aug. II, 1836; dau. of Chas. P. Hardy and Amanda Dodge]; 
res. Troy, N. Y., and Glens Falls, N. Y. ; rem. 1842 to W., in 1850 
to Cal., and a. 1872 to C, ; prior to 1850 was carpenter and wheel- 
wright, car-builder, manufacturer of wagons and carriages; built 
Fort Buford, Dak., 1865; railroad builder. + 

Rensselaer Grant (1143,345) d.+ 

John Russell Grant (1143,346) b. E. Troy, N. Y., Apr. 12, 1820; m. 
Sandy Hill, N. Y., 1848, Bessie Philena Noble [b. Rutland, Vt., 
June 1818; d. Chicago, 111., Jan. 27, 1888; dau. of Levi Noble and 
Lena Simmons]; res. C. (115 Walnut St.); form. Rockford, 111., and 
Warrenville, 111.; speculator. + 

Children of Russell Grant {p. 42) and Sally Perkins. 

Charles Hull Grant (1143,347) b. Troy, N. Y., Nov. 26, 1823; m. 
Ft. Edward, N. Y., Mch. 12, 186 1, Margaret Ann Hyland [b. F. E., 
Jan. 22, 1838; dau. of John Francis Hyland and Margaret Bugby]; 
res. Potterville, Mich. ; form. T., Cal., and F. E. ; f armer. + 

Miranda Grant (1143,348) see Appendix A. 

Cliildren of Miner Grant {p. ^2) and Anna Palmer. 

Anna Grant (1143,350) b. Preston, Feb. 15, 1808; d. unm. P., Sep. 
26, 1832. 



88 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

Maria Grant (1143,351) b. Preston, Aug. 31, 1809; d. Brooklyn, N. 
Y., Aug. 29 (26), 1890; m. N. Y. C, 1832, Geo. Gilmore Bennett 

[b. in Nova Scotia; d. B., Oct. 9, 1866; s. of Bennett and 

Dickey]; res. B. (except 1848-54 at P. and Elizabeth, N. J.); 

merchant in N. Y. C. + 

Miner Grant (1143,352) b. Preston, Mch. 30, 181 1; 1. 1837; d. unm. 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Denison L. Grant (1143,353) b. Preston, Mch. 21, 1813; d. unm. P., 
prob. 1845; res. P. 

Elias Grant (1143,354) b. Preston, July 6, 1814; d. (prob. unm.) P., 
Jan. 18, 1837; res. P. 

Almira Grant (1143,355) b. Preston, May 10, 1816; d. P., Nov. 26, 
1897; m. (as 2d w.) Greenville, May 4, i88r, Henry Harvey [b. P., 
a. 1817; d. P.; s. of Joseph Harvey]; res. P. 

Joseph G. W. Grant (1143,356) b. Preston, July 14, 1818; d. unm. 
1837-44. 

JustinP. Grant (ii43,357)b. Preston, July 15, 1820; d. P., Jan. 9, 1822. 

Cliildren of Josiah Grant {p. 4.3) and Sibyl Safford. 

Mary Grant (1143,400) b. Stonington, Feb. 10, 1803; d. Geneva, 
Mich., Sep. 11, 1869; bur. Cleveland, O. ; m. Willoughby, O., May, 
182 1, David Lafler [b. Geneva, N. Y., Aug. 10, 1794; d. Rockport, 

O., May 16, 1854; bur. C. ; s. of Jacob Lafler and Mary ]; res. 

W. ; rem. 1833 to Warrensville, O., in 1835 to Dover, O., and in 1838 
to Rockport, O. ; carpenter, farmer, and miller. + 

Thomas Grant (1143,401) b. in Conn.; killed in battle; m. Dover, 
O., 1828, Mary Atwell, of D. [b. 14 miles E. of Buffalo, N. Y., July 
20, 1807; d. D., Jan. 4, 1887 (Dec. 12, 1890); dau. of Jesse Atwell 

and Rice]; farmer and merchant; private in an 111. regt. in 

Civil War; dea. in M. E. ch.+ 

Noah Josiah Grant (1143,402) b. Stonington, 1808; d. DesMoines, 
Iowa, 1853; m. Julia Hovey, of Warrensville, O. ; farmer and lay 
preacher. + 

Miner Grant (1143,403) b. Stonington; d. Tomah, Wis., 1870; m. 
Abigail Penfield, of Cuyahoga Falls, O., who d. bef. 1870; farmer 
and lay preacher. + 

Joseph Grant (1143,404) b. in N. Y., 1814; m. Hannah Turner; 
(res. Tomah, Wis.?).+ 

Children of Joseph Grant (/>. ^j) and Matilda Marsh. 

Euhama Grant (1143,440) b. Cortland, N. Y., Apr. 25, 1811; d. 
Clyde, O., Feb. i, 1882; m. Cortland, Sep. 29 (i), 1829, Rev. Seneca 
D. Fish [b. Cortland, Apr. 25, 1809; d. Clyde, May (Apr.) 6, 1895; 
s. of vStephen Fish and Persis Beach]; res. Clyde. + 

Russell Grant (1143,441) b. Freetown Corners, N. Y., Apr. 16, 1813; 
d. Pitcher, N. Y., Sep. i, 1892; m. Willet, N. Y., Jan. 25, 1837; 
Amy Ann Cole [b. W., Apr. 17, 1816; d. P., Oct. 7, 1879; dau. of 
Ray Green Cole and Phebe Jones]; res. Solon, N. Y., F. C, and 
Cincinnatus, N. Y. ; rem. 1855 to P.; farmer, dairyman, and mason; 
held town offices; dea. in Bapt. ch. many yrs. ; officer in militia. + 

Warren W. Grant (1143,442) b. Freetown Corners, N. Y., Feb. 15, 



SEVENTH GENERATION. 89 

1815 (1814); d. Laurens, N. Y., Aug-. i6, 1886; m (i) ; m. 

(2) Feb. 27, 1844, Ruth Carr [b. L., Apr. 27, 1820; d. Oct. 31, 1868 

(Nov. 8, 1867); dau. of Peleg Carr and Mary ]; m. (3) 1868, 

; res. L. ; farmer. + 

Desire Grant (1143,443) b. Freetown Corners, N. Y. , Oct. 2, 1816; 
d. Andrews Settlement, Pa., Apr. 6, 1895; m. F. C., Sep. 1834, 
James Gardner [b. New Lisbon, N. Y., Mch. 17, 1814; s. of Abiel 
Gardner and Hannah Bowdish] ; res. F. C. ; rem. 1864 to A. C. ; 
farmer and carpenter. + 

Amanda Grant (1143,444) b. Feb. 2, 1819; m. Jan. 2, 1839, Willis 
Edson Gardner (1143,453); res. New Lisbon, N. Y. (Lena P. O.); 
farmer; mail-carrier between Cooperstown and Morris 14 yrs.+ 

Emeline Grant (1143,445) b. Freetown Corners, N. Y., June 9, 
1823 (1824); d. Solon, N. Y., 1875; m. 1848, Amos Stevens [b. S., 
Sep. 6 (9), 1822 (1826); d. S., Oct. 15, 1892 (1882); s. of Joseph 

Stevens and Diantha Pritchard; m. (2) ]; res. S. ; farmer. + 

Children of Hannah Grant {p. ./j) and J are d Gardner. 

Cynthia Grant Gardner (1143,450) b. New Lisbon (Owego), N. Y., 
Feb. 26, 1805; d. Andover, N. Y., Dec. (Nov.) 2, 1862; m. A., Aug. 
26, 1838, Lyman Deming [b. Cincinnatus, N. Y., Oct. 7, 1811; d. 
A., June 10, 1894; s. of Abel Deming and Dorcas Bozworth]; res. 
A. ; farmer; trustee of M. E. ch.+ 

Charles G. Gardner (ii43,45oA) b. Sep. 10, 1806; d. s, p. Sep. 2, 1835. 

William Gardner (1143,451) b. New Lisbon, N. Y., Dec. 25, 1809; 
d. N. L., July 5, 1872; m. N. L., Mch. i, 1838, Harriet Hollister 
[b. Chatham, N. Y., Sep. 18, 1818; d. N. L., Sep. 8, 1893; dau. of 
John Hollister and Lydia Kelley]; res. N. L. ; farmer. + 

Mary Gardner (1143,451 A) b. June 18, 181 1; d. s. p. 1872; m. Wm. 
Deming; res. Andover, N. Y. ; farmer. 

Louisa Gardner (1143,452) b. New Lisbon, N. Y., July 25, 1813; d. 
Equinunk, Pa., Apr. 11, 1864; m. Nov. 18, 1833, Caleb Armstrong 
[b. Laurens, N. Y., Oct. 24, 1809; d. E., Dec. 5, 1868; s. of Ashbel 
Armstrong and Betsey Trowbridge] ; farmer. + 

Willis Edson Gardner (1143,453) b. New Lisbon, N. Y. , Feb. 14, 
1815; d. Mch. 21, 1869; m. Amanda Grant (1143,444.) 

Josiah Judson Gardner (1143,45 3 A) b. New LislDon, N. Y., June 

24, 1816; d. s. p. Mt. Vision, N. Y., May 23, 1846; m. M. V., ; 

res. M. V. ; farmer. 

Seth Anson Gardner (1143,454) b. New Lisbon, N. Y., Jan. 30, 
1818; d. s. p. Mt. Vision, N. Y. ; m. M. V., Elma Howland; res. 
M. V. ; farmer. 

Benjamin Gardner (1143,455) b. New Lisbon, N. Y., Sep. 24, 1819; 
m. Jan. i, 1840, Betsey Armstrong [b. Laurens, N. Y., Feb. 20, 181 7; 
d. N. L., Feb. i, 1897; dau. of Ashbel Armstrong and Betsey 
Trowbridge]; res. N. L. (Mt. Vision P. O.); farmer.f + 

James H. Gardner (1143,456) b. Feb. 14, 1821; d. Mch. 18, 1821. 

Elvira Eaton Gardner (1143,457) b. New Lisbon, N. Y., Mch. 4, 
1822; d. s. p. N. L., Mch. 16, 1845; m. N. L., Leroy Luther; res. 
Oneonta, N. Y. ; merchant. 



90 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

Aurelius F. Gardner (1143,458) b. July 24, 1823; d. 1883. + 
Hannah Maria Gardner (1143,459) b. New Lisbon, N. Y., June 15, 
1825; d. Andover, N. Y,, Mch. 12, 1897; m. N. L., Dec. 4, 1851, 
Francis McGraw [b. Dryden, N. Y., Feb, 25, 1826; s. of Wm. Mc- 
Graw and Margaret Unvanzandt] ; res. Greenwood, N. Y. ; rem. to 
A. 1867; farmer. + 

CJiild of Cynthia Grant {p. ^j) and John Warren. 

Anna Grant Warren (1143,460) b. Mch. 15, 1807; d. May 2, 1887; 
m. John Bell, of Ulster Co., N. Y. ; 4 chil.+ 

Children of Desire Grant (/. 4.J) and John Warren. 

Wolsey Warren (1143,480) b. Patterson (or Carmel), N. Y., Aug. 
18, 1811; d. P. orC, Nov. 2, 1812. 

Wealthy Warren (ii43,48oA) b. Patterson (or Carmel), N. Y., Feb. 
17, 1813; d. P. or C, Mch. 30, 1814. 

John Warren (1143,481) b. Oct. 25, 1814; d. Bridgeport, July 26, 

1889 (1890) ; m. Marian , who was 1. 1897 ; pastor of Bapt. ch. 

at Easton; Hamilton Coll. + 

Jonathan Warren (1143,482) b. Apr. 27, 1816; d. E. Fishkill, N. Y., 
Sep. 6, 1853; m. Hetty Stockholm, who m. (2) Eben Kelly, and res. 
E. F.+ 

Mary Warren (ii43,482A) b. Sep. 3, 1817; d. s. p. Shokan, N. Y. ; 
m. Solomon Hill, of S., who d. 

Euphemia Warren (1143,4826) b. Patterson, N. Y., July 4, 18 19; 
d. unm. Yonkers, N. Y. , Apr. 1896; res. Y. 

Olive Warren (1143,483) b. Patterson (or Carmel), N. Y. , Dec. 2, 
1820; d. S. Norwalk, Oct. 7, 1874; m. C, June 29, 1844, Turney 
Bulkley [b. Danbury, June 30, 1816; d. S. N., Oct. 31, 1874; s. of 
Nathan Bulkley and Phebe Ann Barnum]. + 

David Warren (1143,484) b. Patterson, N. Y., Jan. 26, 1823; m. 
Carmel, N. Y., Feb. 24, 1849, Julia T. Townsend [b. C, Sep. 29, 
1830; d. Dec. 8, 1884; dau. of Kelar Townsend and Laura K. Kent]; 
res. Bethel; form. C. ; farmer and speculator. + 

Solomon Warren (1143,485) b. Sep. 25, 1824; d. unm. ; bur. Carmel, 
N. Y. 

Hiram Warren (1143,486) b. Patterson, N. Y., Aug. 7 (6), 1826; 
d. Apr. I, 1897; m. (i) Kent, N. Y., Aug. 11, 1849, Sarah Patrick 
[b. K., Mch. 1829; d. K., May 16, 1852; dau. of Chas. Patrick and 
Mary Barret]; m. (2) Middletown, N. Y., Nov. 4, 1863, Mary Eleanor 
Bennett [b. M., Oct. 2, 1839; dau. of Benj. Bennett and Susan Middle- 
brook] ; res. Lyme and M. ; rem. 1884 to Danbury, and to Brookfield 
1 891; physician; some time principal of Wallkill Acad.; A. M. Col- 
gate Univ. 1858; M.D., N. Y. Univ. 1864; Surgeon 24th Regt. Conn. 
V. I.+ 

Levi Warren (1143,487) b. Mch. 6, 1828; d. s. p. Norwich; m. 
Wilton, Martha Belden, who was 1. 1897; res. Norwich; physician; 
N. Y. Med. Coll. ; Surgeon 24th and 17th Regts. Conn. V. I. 

Elizabeth Warren (1143,488) b. Patterson, N. Y., Sep. i, 1830; m. 
Danbury, Mch. 20, 1865, Ezekiel K. P^ols [b. Wilmington, Del, Mch. 



SEVENTH GENERATION. 91 

19, 1822; s, of Ezekiel Fols and Martha Humphries; res. Yonkers, 
N. Y., (124 Buena Vista Av.) ; farmer; eh. steward. 

Anna Maria Warren (1143,489) b, Patterson, N. Y., July 11, 1832; 
m. John Geo. Shrive [b. Kettering, Eng-. , Nov. 5, 1830; s. of Glenn 
Shrive and Phebe Odell] ; res. Yonkers, N. Y. (66 Buena Vista 
Av.]; minister; Brown Theol. Sem. ; pastor of churches in Eliza- 
beth, N. J., Nyack, N. Y., etc., but has devoted his efforts especially 
to building new churches, clearing debts, etc. + 

CJiildren of John Grant {p. ^.j) and Sarah Osgood. 

Jane Grant (ii43,6ooA) b. Tully, N. Y. , Jan. 19, 1802; d. unm. 
Dec. 17, 1838. 

John Lewis Grant (1143,600) b. Tully, N. Y. , July 9, 1803; d. 1891. 

Sarah Grant (1143,601) b. Tully, N. Y., Jan. 3, 1806; d. 

Mary Grant (1143,602) b. Attica, Gen. Co., N. Y., May 3, 1808; d. 

Asa Grant (1143,603) b. Attica, Gen. Co., N. Y., June i, 1810; d. 

1855. 

Vincent Grant (1143,604) b. Attica, Gen. Co., N. Y., July 24, 1812; d. 

Thankful A. Grant (1143,605) b. Attica, Gen. Co., N. Y., May 6, 
1814; d. 

Ruhama Grant (1143,606) b. Attica, Gen. Co., N. Y., Nov. 10, 1816; d. 

Sophia Grant (ii43,6o6A) b. Attica, Gen. Co., N. Y., Sept. 28, 
1820; d. July 10, 1840. 

Avery Christopher Grant (1143,607) b. Attica, Gen. Co., N. Y., May 
26, 1823; m. Milwaukee, Wis., Dec, 30, 1845, Ann Wickware [b. 
Horton, Nova Scotia, Oct. 12, 1825; dau. of Jas. Wickware and Abi- 
gail Miner]; res. Kaukauna, Wis.; farmer; enlisted in 1862 for the 
war. + 

Cynthia Grant (ii43,6o7A) b. Attica, Gen. Co., N. Y., Sep. 4, 1825; 
d. unm. Mch. 27, 1850. 

Sanford Spencer Grant (1143,608) b. Attica, Gen. Co., N. Y., July 
14, 1827; res. Elgin, 111. (i7Vine St.).+ 

Andrew Grant (1143, 608A) b. Attica, Gen. Co., N. Y., Oct. 22, 
1829 ; d, Apr. 3, 1840. 

Marcia Grant (1143,609) b. Attica, Gen. Co., N. Y. , July 5, 1831 ; d. 
Cliildrcn of Elijah L. Grant {p. ^j) and Sally Finch. 

Jackson Grant (1143,640) d. s. p. Delhi, N. Y. ; res. Granton, N. Y. 

Nathaniel Lewis Grant (1143,641) b. Middletown, Del. Co., N. 
Y., July 2, 1809; m. Hamden, N. Y., Dec. 22, 1836, Matilda 
Knowles [b. H., Apr. 10, 1818; dau. of Squire Knowles and Doretha 
Rowland]; res. Granton, N. Y. ; farmer. f + 

Hannah Grant (1143,642) b. Jan. 13, 1812; d. July 1865; m. West- 
field Flats, Sullivan Co., N. Y. ; Amnion Hitt [b. Feb. 10, 1805; d. 

Rockland, N. Y., 1877 ; s. of Henry Hitt and Hager] ; res. R. ; 

farmer. + 

Mary Finney Grant (1143,643) b. Middletown, Del. Co., N. Y., 
Feb. 17, 1816; d. Apr. 23, 1898; m. Westfield Flats, Sul. Co., 
N. Y. (M.), Oct. 12, 1848, Dea. Austin Dodge [b. Rockland, N. Y., 
Feb. 13, 1799; d. R., Nov. 24, 1880; s. of Israel Dodge and Eliza- 
beth Austin] ; res. R. ; farmer. + 



92 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

CJdldrcn of Avery Grant {p. 7^) and Matilda Van Wagoner. 

Noah Grant (1143,650) d. y. 

John Grant (1143,651) b. Middletown, Del. Co., N. Y., Oct. i, 
1828; d. Margaretville, N. Y., Oct. 5, 1869; m. Margaretville, 
Sep. 12, 1866, Fanny Jane O'Connor [b. Ackerly Hill, N. Y., Oct. 
17, 1839; dau. of Wm. O'Connor and Jane Anna Faulkner]; res. 
Margaretville; lawyer; member of Constitutional Convention 1867; 
district attorney of Del. Co. + 

Thankful Ann Grant (1143,652) d. y. 

William Ward Grant (1143,653) d. + 

Children of Mary L. Grant {p. 4^) and Daniel Waterbury. 

Robert LeightonWaterbury (1143,690) b. Andes, N. Y., July i, 
1823; d. nr. Lexington, Ky. , July 28, 1881; m. A., Jan. 7, 1847, 
Christiana Dowie [b. A., Jan. 14, 1823; d. Middletown, Del. 
Co., N. Y., May 8, 1878; dau. of Henry Dowie and Lucy Ander- 
son]; res. M. ; physician; M.D. Albany Med. Coll.; A.M.; Co. 
supt. of schools a. 1847; lecturer on science in public schools of N. 
Y. C. 1858-9; examining surgeon for army 1863. + 

Anna Waterbury (1143,691) prob. b. Franklin, N. Y. ; d. inf. 

Henry Martyn Waterbury (1143,692) b. (prob. Franklin, N. Y.), 
July 6, 1826; d. Madison, N. J., Nov. 25, 1844. 

Daniel Waterbury (1143,693) b. Franklin, N. Y., Sep. 10, 1828; d. 
unm. Margaretville, N. Y., June 29, 1895; res. M. in the old home- 
stead; teacher, lawyer, and farmer; A.M. Union Coll.; LL.B. 
Poughkeepsie Law School ; principal of school No. 3, Hudson, N. 
Y., 4 yrs. ; of Ferguson ville, N. Y., Acad., i yr. ; of Peabody Inst., 
St. Augustine, Fla., 7 yrs.; acting principal of Albany, N. Y., 
Acad. , I yr. ; assemblyman. 

Edward Payson Waterbury (1143,694) d. ; wid. res. Albany, N. Y. ; 
principal of A. Normal School; Ph.D.+ 

Mary Waterbury (1143,695) b. Franklin, N. Y., Apr. 7, 1833; d. 
Deposit, N. Y., Sep. 24, 1887; m. Fergusonville, N. Y., May 10, 
1854, Geo. Downs Wheeler [b. D., June 24, 1818; s. of Wm. Wheeler 
and Eleanor Knox; m. (i) Colchester, N. Y., Sep. 17, 1845, Ann 
Elizabeth Antoinette Downs, who d. D., July 6, 1851]; wid. res. D. ; 
merchant, farmer, and postmaster; S. S. supt. 35 yrs.; Adjt. 261st 
Regt. N. Y. Mil. 1840, Lieut. Col. 1841, Col. 1844; supervisor, as- 
semblyman. + 

CIvAN N. 
Child of Haitnah Grant {p. 44) and fcdidiah Derby. 
Harris Derby (1162,400). 

Children of Lucy Grant {p. 44) and Levi Metealf. 

Metealf (1162,410) (s.), d.+ 

Mary Metealf (1162,411) m. Ellis; res. Bloomingdale, Ill.f 

Children of Abdon Grant {p. 4.4) and Martha Pelt on. 
Persia Grant (1162,420) b. Lyme, N. H., Nov. 13, 1809; d. unm. 
L., Nov. 15, 1837; res. L.; tailoress. 



SEVENTH GENERATION. 93 

Anah Grant (ii62,42oA) b. Lyme, N. H., May 29, 181 1; d. unm. 
L., Aug. 12, 1847; res. L. 

Nancy Grant (1162,421) b. Lyme, N. H., Aug. 5, 1813; d. Win- 
chendon, Mass., Dec. i, 1845; m. W., Nov. 1836, Ozro Hancock [d. ; 
m. (2) , v^ho res. W.]; only chil. d. bef. her. 

Francis Grant (1162,422) b. Lyme, N. H., July 26, 1815; d. Goshen, 
O., Jan. 5, 1851; m. May 1844, Mary Woodruff; left L. in 1841; a 
man of few w^ords, but kindhearted and good.+ 

Noali W. Grant (1162,423) b. Lyme, N. H., Aug. 23, 1817; d. 
Stout, Ind., Sep. 1890 (1891); m. Nov. 14 (27), 1844, Sophia A. 
Brown [b. Rutland, Vt., Oct. 8, 1821; dau. of Luther Brown and 
Sophia Morse] ; res. S. ; carpenter. + 

Martha Grant (1162,424) b. Lyme, N. H., Aug. 10, 1819; d. L., 
Feb. 20, 1 861; m. June 1838, John Hardy Smith, who was b. L. ; 
wid. res. Oregon, 111., a. 1873; joiner. + 

Eunice Franklin Grant (1162,425) b. Lyme, N. H., July 18, 182 1; 
d. E. Alstead, N. H., Jan. 17, 1888 (1886, 1889); m. Winchendon, 
Mass., May 4, 1842, Leonard Brigham Harrington [b. Troy, N. H., 
Mch. 7, 1818; d. E. A., Sep. 3, 1889 (1890); s. of Joshua Harring- 
ton and Nelly Gates]; rem. a. 1839 to W., and to E. A. 1846; 
farmer; dea. in Cong. ch. ; a man of strictest integrity; at 10 yrs. of 
age she was sent out to earn her own living, and fared hardly; had 
no chance to go to school, but by improving every advantage grew 
into a noble womanhood, above the average in intelligence and 
ability. + 

Levi Metcalf Grant (1162,426) b. Lyme, N. H., Aug. 30, 1824; d. 
s. p. Winchendon, Mass., Mch. 6, 1850; m. W., Nov. 15, 1848 (1849), 
Martha M. Wilson [b. Stoddard, N. H. ; d. Seneca, N. Y.]; res. W. ; 
wid. rem. to S. ; woodenware worker. 

Lucy Pelton Grant (1162,427) b. Lyme, N. H., Nov. 2, 1826; m. L., 
Oct. 23, 1851, Alvin B. Litchfield [b. Lewiston, Me., Sep. 13, 1813; 
d. Bath, Me., June 27, 1867; s. of Zaccheus Litchfield and Sally 
Barker]; res. Elkhorn, Wis.; form. L. and B. ; cheesemaker.$ 

William Harrison Grant (1162,428) b. Lyme, N. H., May 18, 1829; 
d. Rochester, N. Y., June 3, 1869 (1871); m. Winchendon, Mass., 
Oct. 6, 185 1, Eliza Ann Brooks [b. Templeton, Mass., 1832; dau. of 
Ro5^al Tyler Brooks and Hannah Guy]; res. R. ; wid. res. Water- 
ville, Mass.; foreman in pail factory; supt. of manufacturing in 
Monroe Co. penitentiary. + 

Rhoda Grant (1162,429) b. Lyme, N. H., Jan. 2, 1831; d. L., Dec. 
21, 1831. 

Children of Elihu Grant {p. ^4) and Sarah Cadivcll. 

Lewis Franklin Grant (1162,430) b. Lyme, N. H., Mch. 19,1815 
(1816); d. Winsted, June 6 or 7, 1890 (1889); m. New Hartford 
(Norfolk), Feb. 12, 1840 (1839), Emma Waldorf, who was b. (Hill- 
dale?) N. Y., Mch. 12, 1820; wid. res. W. ; mechanic; inventor. + 

Elihu Grant (1162,431) b. Lyme, N. H., 1818; d. N. Y. C, 1888; 
mechanic. + 

Sarah A. Grant (1162,432) b. Herkimer, N. Y., 1820; d. s. p. 



94 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

Dolgeville, N. Y., 1894; m. Chas. P. Brockett [b. D., 1817; d. D., 
1874; s. of Zephi Brockett]; res. D. 

Martha Grant (1162,433) b. Herkimer, N. Y., Apr. 11, 1822; m. 
Dolgeville, N. Y., June 11, 1841, Geo. Woodbridge Burnham, who 
was b. Essex, Mass., Mch. 15, 1821; res. D. ; Bapt. minister. + 

Mary Grant (1162,434) b, Herkimer, N. Y. , Aug. 25, 1824; d. Ilion, 
N. Y., Dec. 5, 1897; m. Dolgeville, N. Y., June 7, 1853, Edward 
Stowitt Walker [b. Root, Montgomery Co., N. Y., May t8, 1824; d. 
I., July 13, 1876; s. of Samuel J. Walker and Mary Hudson]; res. 
Little Falls, N. Y. ; rem. to D., and in 1865 to I. ; ph5^sician. + 

John Grant (1162,435) b. Herkimer, N. Y., Sep. 2 (9), 1827; m. 
Plymouth, July 14, 185 1, Jane Lucy Cowles [b, Watertown, Dec. 28, 
1 83 1, ; dau. of Olvin Cowles and Lucy Guernsey]; divorced 1869; 
res. Dolgeville, N. Y. ; form. Waterville; knife-maker. f + 

Alvoisa Grant (1162,436) b. Herkimer, N. Y., 1830; d. s. p. Dolge- 
ville, N. Y., Dec. 31, 1897; m. D., John Piatt [b. D., 1827; d. D., 
1892; s. of Samuel Piatt]; res. D. 

CJiildren of Noah Grant [p. ^/ ) and Hannah Conant. 

Grant (1162,460) d. Lyme, N. H., Oct. 19, 1823. 

John Edwin Grant (1162,461) b. Lyme, N. H., Dec. 16, 1827; m. 
Bakersfield, Vt., Elvira L. Smith [b. B., Apr. 3, 1831; d. Oct. 9, 
1890; dau. of Hiram Smith and Susannah King]; res. Elkhorn, 
Wis. ; exhorter, local and travelling preacher, and S. S. supt. , M. E. 
ch., 1 85 6-84.+ 

CJiildren of Noah Grant [p. ^^) and Anna Lawrence. 

Joseph Lawrence Grant (1162,462) b. Troy, Vt., Nov. 9, 1833; m. 
Montgomery, Vt., Nov. 13, i860, Maria Combs [b. M., May 14, 1842; 
dau. of Caleb Combs and Abigail Gross]; res. E. Berkshire, Vt. ; 
farmer.+ 

Henry Skinner Grant (1162,463) b. Troy, Vt., Feb. 20, 1835. 

Lucy Ann Grant (1162,464) b. Troy, Vt, Jan. 15, 1837; m. Enos- 
burg, Vt., Sep. 8, 1857, Joel Webster Swan [b. Montgomery, Vt., 
Mch. 3, 1825; d. M., July 31, 1885; s. of Phineas Swan and Cynthia 
Harding]; res. M. ; farmer. + 

Amanda Eaton Grant (1162,465) b. Enosburg, Vt., May 5, 1839; m. 
Enosburg Falls, Vt., Aug. 29, 1864, John Henry Dwyer [b. Wesl- 
ford, Vt., Oct. 23, 1837; s. of John Dwyer and Betsy Lake]; res. nr. 
Glen wood, Iowa. + 

Benjamin Franklin Grant (1162,466) b. Enosburg, Vt., Mch. 11, 
1841 ; d. Apr. 3, 185 I. 

Fannie Emeroy Grant (i 162,467) b. Enosburg, Vt., Jan. 28(29), 1843; 
d. Georgetown, Tex., Oct. 28(27), 1890; m. 1872, Jas. Clark Bask- 
ins, who d. G., Jan. 1885. + 

CIvAN P. 

Children of Alanson Grant {p. ^j) and Polly Fairfield. 
Grant (1163,410) (dau.), b. and d. Aug. 20, 1800. 



Benjamin Grant (1163,411) b. July 16, 1801; bp. Lyme, N. H. 
unm. Cincinnati, O., Oct. 15, 1832. 



SEVENTH GENERATION. 95 

Grant (1163,412) (s.), b. and d. Feb. i, 1803. 

Alanson Grant (1163,413) b. Apr. 29, 1804; bp. Lyme, N. H. ; d. 
Rossville, 111., Dec. 19, 1880; m. L., Oct. 4, 1826, Mary Ann W. 
Wilson, of L., who d. R., Apr. 21, 1889; rem. to O. and 111.; elder 
in Pres. ch. + 

Flavilla Grant (1163,414) b. Lyme, N. H., Mch. 4, 1806; d. L., 
Nov. 26, 1883; m. L., Feb. 20, 1825, Jonathan Franklin Gilbert [b. 
L., July 9, 1805; d. L., Feb. 2, 1856; s. of Thos. Lathrop Gilbert 
and Sarah Dimick] ; res. L. ; farmer. + 

Josiah Grant (1163,415) b. Lyme, N. H., Sep. 29, 1808; d. Huron, 
S. D., Oct. 13, 1 891; m. Cincinnati, O., Oct. 6, 1840, Sarah H. How- 
ard [b. C. ; d. H., Nov. 17, 1883; dau. of Geo. Howard and 

Hawthorne]; res. College Hill, O. ; rem. 1863 to Rossville, 111., and 
in 1880 to H. ; architect and builder; elder in Pres. ch.+ 

Sidney Smith Grant (1163,416) b. Lyme, N. H., Mch. 16, 1816; d. 
L., Feb. 28, 1893; m. L.,June 24, 1837, Louisa Turner [b. L., Sep. 
28, 1817; d. L., Feb. 14, 1895; dau. of David Turner and Lavina 
JenksJ; res. L. ; farmer; dea. andch. treas. ; selectman 12 yrs. ; rep.+ 

Children of Justus Grant [p. -/5) and Lois Pettee. 

Erastus Grant (1163,500) b. Lyme, N. H., 1799 (1800); d. L., Apr. 
3, 1872; m, (i) L., Apr. 29 (3), 1821, Abigail Dimick [b. L., 1795; 
d. L., Nov. 16, 1842; dau. of John (or David) Dimick and Abigail 
Gilbert]; m. (2) Oct. 29, 1843, Samantha Jenks [b. L. ; d. May i, 
1871; dau. of Erastus Jenks and Lucy Cray]; res. L. ; innkeeper, 
farmer, and wool buyer. + 

Zelotes Grant (1163,501) d. y. 

Mary Grant (1163,502) d. Wentworth, N. H. ; m. Asa Goodell,+ 

Children of Electa Grant {p. ^6) and David Thomas. 

Benjamin Grant Thomas (1163,560) b. Lyme, N. H., June 11, 1810; 

d. Foster, Ky. , June 13, 1877; m. (i) , who d. ; m. (2) Sarah 

Jane Briggs [b. July 9, 1838; d. F., Aug. 3, 1879].+ 

Daniel B. Thomas (1163,561) d.; m. (1) , who d. ; in. (2) 

Hettie Biddle.+ 

David Grant Thomas (1163,562) b. College Hill, O., Jan. i, 1821; 
d. C. H., Jan. 2, 1894; m. Cincinnati, O., Diana Taylor [b. Taylor's 
Landing, Bracken Co., Ky. ; d. Oxford, O., Nov. 19, 1865; dau. of 

Joseph Taylor and Heaverin]; res. C. ; steamboat finishings, 

real estate, stocks, etc. + 

Hiram Thomas (1163,563) d. ; m. (Mary Ellis ?).+ 

Sophronia Electra Thomas (1163,564) b. Frankfort, Ky., Mch. 24, 
1825; d. Wyoming, O., Mch. i, 1894; m. College Hill, O., Feb. 12, 
1845, Wm. Frederick Colburn [b. Boston, Mass., Dec. 30, 1818; d. 
W., Apr. 28, 1897]; res. Cincinnati, O., and W. ; music dealer, and 
insurance agent; introduced vocal music in C. public schools; elder 
in Pres. ch. ; always active in benevolent work. + 

Children of Peters Grant {p. 46) and Dorothy Ware. 

Sarah Ware Grant (1163,580) d. Lyme, N. H., Nov. 21, 1825, as 
4 yrs. 



96 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

Maria Sloan Grant (1163,581) b. Lyme, N. H., Mch. 21, 1824; d. 
Worcester, Mass., Mch. 22, 1897; m. Chelsea, Vt., Mch. 26, 1856, 
Philip Louis Moen [b. Wilna, N. Y., Nov. 13, 1824; d. Worcester, 
April 23, 1891 ; s. of Augustus Rene Moen and Sophie Ann Leclan- 
che]; res. Worcester; pres. and treas. of Washburn & Moen Manuf. 
Co,; pres. of common council; presidential elector; dea. of Union 
Cong. Ch. ; trustee of several charitable institutions. + 

William Cutting Grant (1163,582) b. Lyme, N. H., Oct. 8, 1829; d. a. 
1893; m. Chicago, 111., July 25, 1 861, Mrs. Jane Ann (Baker) McCallum 
[b. Mt. Pleasant, Pa., Aug. 6, 1835; ^^u- of Joshua Baker and Rebecca 
Maria Bennett]; rem. 1857 to C; lawyer; grad. Dartmouth Coll. 
185 1 ; Harvard Law School 1855-7; principal of Andover Acad. 
1851-2, and Howe School at Billerica, Mass., 1852-5; judge in bank- 
ruptcy court; member of Cong, ch., later of First Pres. Ch. of C. ; 
his manners were courteous and refined, and he was gifted with ex- 
traordinary patience. + 

Children of Isaac Grant {p. ^6) and Esther Clianiberlain. 

Benjamin Grant (1163,590) b. Troy, Vt, Jan 2, 1823; d. Mt. Vernon, 
O., Feb. 20, 1894; m. Lancaster, O., Apr. 29, i860, Elizabeth Ann 
Willey [b. Portsmouth, O., Dec. 16, 1833; d. M. V., July 15, 1887; 
dau. of Wm. Willey and Judith Church]; res. M. V. ; merchant; col- 
lector of internal revenue; real estate. + 

Martha Ann Grant (1163,591) b. Troy, Vt., July 30, 1825; m. T., 
Sep. 2, 1852, Geo. M. Bryant [b. Hartland, Vt. ; d. Mt. Vernon, O., 
Aug. 18, 1882; s. of Michael Bryant]; res. M. V.+ 

Sophia Electa Grant (1163,592) b. Troy, Vt., Sep. 18, 1830; res. 
Mt. Vernon, O. 

CLAN Q. 

Children of Giistaviis Grant [p. ^8). 

William Grant (i2ii,iooA) b. Wapping, Feb. 23, 1789; d. W., Jan. 
9, 1870; m. W., a. 1840, Eliza Higley, of Manchester [b. W. ; d. W., 
Feb. 9, 1850, ae 43; dau. of Nathan Higley and Hannah Allyn] ; res. 
W. ; farmer. + 

Hector Grant (i2ii,iooB) ^. Wapping; d. W., Aug. 20, 1791. 

Willis Grant (1211,100) b. Wapping, May 24 (11), 1793; d. W., 
Oct. 5 (6), 1855; m. W., July 4 (6), 1819 (1820), Emily Belcher 
[b. W., May 20 (28), 1802 (1803); d. W., July i (3), 1876 (1875); 
dau. of Elijah Dean (or Jonathan, John) Belcher and Bathsheba Hos- 
mer]; res. W. ; farmer and merchant; private in militia 1813; hay- 
ward, constable, collector. + 

Hiram Grant (1211,101) b. Wapping, Oct. 15, 1795; d. W., Sep. 17, 
1866, "aj 69"; m. (i) S. Windsor, Dec. 6, 1821, Miriam Hosmer [b. 
E. Windsor, Sep. 4, 1799; d. W., Aug. 19 (20), 1830; dau. of Joseph 
Hosmer and Miriam Newberry]; m. (2) E. Hartford, Jan. 13 (12) 
1832, Susan Elizabeth Williams [b. E. H., Dec. 11, 1813; d. W., 
Feb. 9 (10), 1893, "cX 78"; dau. of Jonathan Williams and Rachel 
Landfear]; res. Hartford; rem. 1827 toW.; grocer; kept first ready- 
made clothing store in H.; later cigar manufacturer and farmer; 



SEVENTH GENERATION. 97 

licensed exhorter and class-leader in M. E. ch. 40 yrs., trustee, 

steward; in his daily life he fully lived up to his religious professions. + 

Hector Grant (121 1,101 A) b. Wapping, Feb. 27, 1798; d. W., May 

13, 1799- 

Electa Grant (1211,102) b. Wapping, Feb. 28, 1800; d. New Haven, 
Apr. 3, 1839; bur. W. ; m. E. Windsor, Oct. 15, 1820, Henry John- 
son, of E. Hartford [b. Plainfield, July 2, 1791; d. E. H., Dec. 6, 
1878; s. of John Johnson and Olive Morgan; m. (2) E. W., Nov. 5, 
1840, Phebe Barber]; res. E. W., Manchester, N. H., and Hartford; 
farmer and manufacturer. + 

Marilda Grant (1211,103) b. Wapping, Mch. 16, 1801; d. Hartford, 
Mch. 29, 1882; m. S. Windsor, Sep. 21, 1820, Horace Hosmer [b. S. 
W. , Sep. 8, 1794; d. S. W., Sep. 12, i860; s. of Joseph Hosmer and 
Miriam Newberry (or Jerusha Prior)]; res. S. W. and H. ; farmer; 
served in War of 181 2.+ 

Marvin Grant (1211,104) b. Wapping, Sep. 27, 1802; d. W., Sep. 5 
(20), 1867; m. W., Feb. 2, 1825, Abigail Belcher [b. W., Apr. 12, 
1807; d. Manchester, Mch. 3, 1889; dau. of Elijah Dean (or Jona- 
than, John) Belcher and Bathsheba Hosmer]; res. W. ; farmer. + 

Frank Grant (1211,105) b. Wapping, Jan. 19, 1804; d. W., Apr. 5, 
1880; m. Glastonbury, Jan. 5, 1842, Electa Elvira McLean [b. G., 
Dec. 12, 1816 (Jan. 1817) ; d. W. , June 11 (7), 1885 ; dau. of Jas. Mc- 
Lean and Ruth Hollister] ; res. W., in the homestead; farmer; on 
school committee, selectman several yrs. , rep. ; trustee, steward, 
class-leader, and S. S. supt. of M. E. Ch. of W. ; licensed exhorter; 
a very capable and good man. + 

Gustavus Grant (i2ii,io5A) b. Wapping, Mch. 5, 1805; d. unm. 
W., July 12, 1867; res. W. ; maker of axe-helves and tool handles. 

Roxey Grant (1211,106) b. Wapping, Jan. 11, 1807; d. Pittsfield, 
Mass., Nov. 18, 1888; m. E. Windsor, Mch. 24, 1834, Wm. Noble, 
of P. [b. Washington, Mass., Sep. 23, 1804; d. P., Aug. 18, 1868; 
s. of Wm. Noble and Mary Smith; m. (i) Middletown, Mch. 24, 
1828, Dorcas Rowena Holconi, who d. Hartford, Sep. 29, 1831, ae 
26; m. (2) Middlefield, Mass., Apr. 22, 1833, Portia Alderman, who 
d. H., Oct. 20, 1833, ae 28]; res. H., Brighton, Mich., and P.; mer- 
chant and farmer, -i- 

Randolph Grant (1211,107) b. Wapping, Aug. 26, 1808; d. Hart- 
ford, May 3, 1885; m. W., Jan. (Dec.) 8, 1834 (1833), Nancy Grant 
(1120,334); res. W. ; rem. a. 1855 to Buckland, and a. 1865 to H. ; 
farmer, merchant, real estate ; postmaster of B. ; rep. ; steward of 
M. E. Ch. of W. 16 yrs.+ 

Lucius Grant (1211,108) b. Wapping, Sep. 18, 18 10; d. W., Sep. i, 
1846; m. W., Nov. 22, 1840 (1838), Mary Foster [b. W., Feb. 5, 
1 81 7; dau. of Abel Foster and Irene Olcott]; res. W. ; wid. res. Tal- 
cottville ; carpenter and builder. + 

Lucina Grant (12 11, 108 A) b. Wapping, Jan. 11, 1813; d. W., Nov. 
19, 1884; m. Horace Grant (1120,332). 

Phcebe Grant (i2ii,io8B) b. Wapping, July 16, 1814; d. Hartford; 
bur. W. ; m. (i) W., Wm. Case; divorced; m. (2) Eastford, Otis 



98 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

Buckminster, of Coventry, who d. bef. her; res. Rockville, W., and 
H. ; Mr. C. was a farm hand, Mr. B. a farmer and operative. + 

Wealthy Grant (1211,109) b. Wapping, Feb. 8, 181 6; m. (i) Man- 
chester, JiTne 1S43, Wm. Smith Simmons [b. Bristol, R. I. ; d. Hope- 
ville, Jan. 1867, as 63; s. of Wm. S. Simmons and Nancy Rowland]; 
m. (2) Hartford, Jan. 1876, Alfred Rockwell Skinner [d. Hartford a. 
1880; m. (i) Margaret Best, who d. a. 1872]; res. Hartford (112 Park 
St.); Mr. Simmons was pastor of M. E. churches at Mystic Bridge, 
Danielson, Stafford Springs, and Grosvenordale ; Mr. Skinner was a 
crockery merchant. + 

CJiildren of Sylvester Grant {p. 48) and Gilbert. 

Tryphena Grant (1211,130) b. Apr. 19, 1794; d. Chicopee, Mass., 
Aug. 20, 1824; m. E. Windsor, Mch. 28, 1813, Wm. Goodwin [b. 
E. Hartford, Apr. 12, 1789; d. Oct. 31, 1865; s. of Arthur Goodwin 
and Margaret Pease; m. (2) Apr. 4, 1830, Nancy (Davis) Sherman 
(b. Brookfield, Mass., Mch. 17, 1800; d. Sep. 30, 1882; dau. of Benj. 
Davis and Theodosia Barns; wid. of Reuben Sherman)]; rem. a. 
1822 to Chicopee Falls, Mass.; cabinet-maker; for over 30 yrs. had 
charge of all the leather work of the Chicopee Manuf. Co. + 

Samuel Rockwell Grant (1211,131) b. in Mass., 1795; ^- Harts- 
grove, O., Nov. 29, 1868; m. W. Hartford, Feb. 2 (i), 1821, Eliza- 
beth Webster [b. W. H., 1791; d. H., Sept. 14, 1877; dau. of Daniel 
Webster and Elizabeth Watterberry] ; rem. a. 1830 to Windsor, O., 
and to H. 1838; farmer, + 

Elizabeth Grant (1211,132) b. Stockbridge, Mass. (Windsor); d. 
Hartford, a^ 64; m. (i) Hebron, Edmund Cornwall Geer, of Gilead 
[b. Middletowm; d. G., Apr. 25, 1836, 8642; s, of Geo. Geer and 

Olive ]; m. (2) Abiezer Porter, of G. ; res. G. and Windsor 

Locks; Mr. G. was a blacksmith ; dea. + 

Luther Grant (1211,133) b. Wapping (Tolland) ; d. Landaff, N. H., 
June 1868; m. Huldah Hamilton, of Broad Brook [b. Windsor, 1814; 
d. L. (W. Bradford, Vt.), Aug. 1886; dau. of Theodore Hamilton 
and Anna Cadwell] ; res. Wapping and S. Landaff, N. H. ; farmer; 
went to Ohio with his brothers, but did not settle. + 

Hannah Grant (1211,134) b. Barkhamsted, June 21, 1802; d. S. 
Windsor; m. E. Windsor, Dec. 15, 18 19, Joseph Rockwell [b. S. W., 
Aug. 8, 1794; d. S. W., Jan. 30, 1855; s. of Samuel Rockwell and 
Sarah Sheldon]; res. Wapping; miller. + 

Harriet Grant (1211,135) b. E. Windsor (Great Barrington, Mass.), 
May 14, 1804; d. Windsor, Feb. 10, 1873; m. Springfield, Mass. (E. 
W.), Jan. 1, 1827, Hiram Buckland, of S. [b. Ellington, Mch. 20, 
1800; d. W., Aug. 10, 1887; s. of John Buckland and Hannah Blood] ; 
res. W. ; farmer; on school committee. + 

Sylvester Grant (1211,136) b. Gilead, May 2, 1806; d. Northfield, 
Minn., June 20, 1864 (1865); m. Windsor, O., Nov. 8, 1831, Clarissa 
Norris [b. Tolland, Mch. 28, 1806; d. Fergus Falls, Minn., Jan 21, 
1885; dau. of Cornelius Norris and Abigail Davis]; res. W. ; rem. 
a. 1830 to Ilartsgrove, O. ; farmer; steward and trustee in M. E. ch. + 

Mary Ann Grant (121 1, 137) b. Great Barrington, Mass. ; d. Chicago, 



SEVENTH GENERATION. 99 

111., 1883; m. John Wm. Cohoon, of S. Windsor [d. Rockville, 1872; 
s. of Reuben Cohoon] ; res. Broad Brook and C. ; painter and shoe- 
maker. + 

Cliildreii of Sylvester Grant {p. ^8) and Nancy [Pease) Jenriings. 

Lewis Grant (121 1,1 37 A) b. Wapping; d. S. Windsor, ae 9 or loyrs. 

Nancy Ann Grant (i2ii,i37B) b. Wapping; d. Hartford; m. Joseph 
Sheldon, of Vernon, who d. + 

Louisa Grant (1211,138) b. Wapping, June 6, 1816; d. Bethel, Vt. , 
Dec. 17, 1892; m. S. Windsor, Dec. n, 1834, Moses Belknap Sar- 
gent [b. Chester, N. H., Mch. 7, 1812; d. B., Nov. 26, 1896; s. of 
Abraham Sargent and Polly Belknap]; res. Springfield, Mass., and 
Chicopee, Mass. ; rem. a. 1846 to B. ; blacksmith and farmer; in em- 
ploy of Ames Manuf. Co. several yrs. + 

Joseph Jennings Grant (i2ii,i38A) b. Wapping; d. unm. Augusta, 
Ga. , a. 1840-9, ae a. 27; res. Hartford; painter. 

Jane Grant (1211,139) b. Wapping, Apr. 6, 1818; m. Hartford, 
Oct. 6, 1840, Chas. Yerrington, of H, [b. Preston (Norwich), Mch. 
10, 1810; d. H., June 13, 1873]; res. H. (1463 Broad St.); shoe- 
maker and dealer. + 

CJiildren of Ware/mm Grant [p. z/.8) and Mabel E. Hurlbiirt. 

Bacchus Grant (1211,160) b. E. Windsor (Tolland), May 6, 1800; d. 
Windsor, O., May 8, 1875; m. W., May 15, 1822, Mary Corintha 
White [b. W., Feb. 23, 1808; d. W., June 21, 1890; dau. of John 
White and Mary Higley] ; res. W. ; farmer, cloth manufacturer, 
quarryman, saw-mill operator, and lumber dealer. + 

Laura Lusk Grant (1211,161) b. E.Windsor (Hartford), Dec. 15, 
1801; d. Geneva, O., Apr. 24 (25), 1888 (1889); m. Windsor, O., 
Dec. 4 (2), 1830, David Augustus Bacon [b. Palmyra (Vienna), O., 
Dec. 16, 1805; d. G., Dec. 12 (14), 1887 (1888); s. of Chozens Bacon 
and Bathsheba Foot] ; farmer and carpenter. + 

Otis Grant (1211,162) b. nr. E. Windsor, Nov. 15 (14), 1802; d. 
Footville, O., June 15, 1870; m. Ashtabula, O., Sarah Carlton [b. 
Sep. 13, 1808; d. Windsor, O., July 25, 1872; dau. of Darius Carl- 
ton]; res. F. ; farmer. + 

Charlotte Grant (1211,163) d. inf. 

Charlotte Grant (1211,164) d. Windsor, O., 1845; ""^^ Jarvis Alder- 
man; descendants are Bacchus Alderman, f of Chardon, O., and 
Wareham Alderman, f of Windsor, O. 

Orson Grant (1211,165) b. June 29, 1807 ; d. Carimona, Minn., Dec. 
23, 1859; m. Zeruiah Hart [b. in Vt., Nov. 2, 1814; d. Windsor, O., 
Jan. II, 1870 (1867, 1869); dau. of Lewis Hart; m. (2) Footville, O., 
Latham Clark, of Canada, who d. F., July or Aug. 1872]; res. Trum- 
bull, O. ; farmer, millwright, contractor and builder, manufacturer 
of lumber, and builder of plank roads; laid foundations of first 
court-house in Ashtabula Co. + 

Philander Grant (1211,166) b. Ashtabula, 0.; d, inf.; bur. Jeffer- 
son, O. 

Julia Grant (1211,167) b. Ashtabula, O., 181 1 ; d. Windsor, O., 1827. 

Philander Grant (1211,168) b. Stafford (Ashtabula), O., Jan. 25, 



100 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

1813; d. Middlefield, O., Feb. i, 1873; m. Hartsgrove, O., July 20, 
1835, Rachel Eaton [b. in Conn., Nov. 22, 1816; d. M., Apr. 17, 
1881]; res. M. ; farmer and dairyman. + 

Elizabeth Hurlbut Grant (1211,169) b. Ashtabula, O., Mch. 16, 1815; 
m. Hartsgrove, O., Sep. i, 1838, John Turner [b. Stockbridge, Mass., 
Aug. 31, 1 8 16; d. Chattanooga, Tenn., Apr. i, 1864; s. of John 
Turner and Ruth Adams] ; res. Geneva, O. (lock-box 135); form. 
H. and Austinburg, O. ; blacksmith ; went to the front at the call for 
mechanics in the Civil War.+ 

CJdldren of HannaJi Grant {p. ^8) and John Collins. 

Collins (1211,400) (dau.), b. Wapping, Apr. 14, 1806; d. Apr. 

I (21), 1806, "ae 5 weeks." 

— — Collins (1211,401) (dau.), b. Wapping, Apr. 1807; d. May 10, 
1807, ae 3 weeks. 

Clarissa Collins (1211,402) b. Wapping, May 14, 1808; d. unm. July 
10 (9), 1882; res. W. and Vernon. 

Collins (1211,403) (s.), b. Wapping, Sep. 6, 1810; d. Sep. 

30, 1810. 

"William Grant Collins (1211,404) b. Wapping, Mch. 18, 1812; m. 
Hartford, Nov. 21, 1838, Cynthia Hosford Seymour [b. H., Nov. 14, 
1819; dau. of Richard Seymour and Amanda Foot]; res. H. (71 
Asylum St.); form. W. ; farmer. + 

Wyllys Collins (1211,405) b. Wapping, May 31, 1814; d. Apr. 13, 
1815. 

Hannah Collins (1211,406) b. Wapping, Mch. 30, 1816; m. S. Wind- 
sor, May 13, 1840, Frederick Henry Sadd [b. S. W., June 6, 1815; 
d. S. W., Mch. 9, 1861; s. of Noah Sadd and Irene Strong]; res. 
Talcottville; farmer; held many offices in town and ch. ; Col. 25th 
Conn. Regt. until 1 847-8.+ 

Maria AM Collins (1211,407) b. Wapping, Jan 16, 1819; d. s. p. 
1885; m. Jas. Stiles Barber [b. S. Windsor, June 15, 1818; d. Broad 
Brook, Dec. 7, 1891; s. of Harvey Barber and Hannah Stiles; m. 
(2) Elizabeth D. Collins (1211,4083)]. 

John Alden Collins (1211,408) b. Wapping, Apr. 12, 1821; m. S. 
Windsor, Sep. 13, 1849, Harriet Allen [b. E. Windsor, Jan. 23, 1825; 
d. vS. W. , Jan. 5, 1896; dau. of Hezekiah Allen and Nancy (Payne) 
Russell]; res. S. W. ; farmer and dairyman; form, teacher; dea. of 
Second Cong. Ch. since 1853; district treas. 27 yrs., grand juror 26 
yrs. ; has filled almost every office in ch., town, and cavalry. + 

Henrietta Collins (1211,409) b. Wapping, Oct. 29, 1823; d. Vernon, 
Mch. 22, 1883; m. W., May 11, 1852, Alfred Driggs [b. V., Dec. 9 
(19), 1822; s. of Abel Driggs and Martha Allen]; res. V. ; farmer. + 

CIvAN X. 

Child of Clarissa Grant (/. 50) and Norton. 

Augustus Norton (1550,320) d. Detroit, Mich.; res. D. 

Children of Clarissa Grant {p. 50) and Noali Hcacock. 
Mahala Heacock (1550,321) d. Rochester, N. Y., bef. 1834; m. 
■ Spalf ord ; res. R. 



I 



SEVENTH GENERATION. lOl 

Jesse Grant Hickox (1550,322) b. Canandaigua, N. Y., 1802; d. nr. 
Mason City, Iowa, 1888; m. Allegany Co. , N. Y., a. 1823; farmer. + 

Chauncey Heacock (1550,323) d. Rochester, N. Y. 

Heacock (1550,324) m. Raphael Beach. 

Caroline Heacock (1550,325) b. Canandaigua, N. Y., Mch. 27, 1809; 
d. Rochester, N. Y., Mch. 18, 1874; m. C'larkson, N. Y., Sep. 2, 
1829, Elias Pond [b. Castleton, N. Y. (Vt), Feb. i, 1804; d. R., 
Jan. 12, 1875; s. of Levi Pond and Ruth Cowles] ; res. R. ; broker.+ 

Harriet Agnes Heacock (1550,326) b. (Monroe, N. Y.?), Jan. 17, 
1812; d. Allengrove, Wis., Jan. 18, 1870; m. (Monroe Co., N. Y.?), 
Aaron Budlong, [b. nr. Frankfort, N. Y., Sep. 23, 1800; d. Oct. 18, 
1863; bur. A.], res. A.; carpenter and joiner. + 

CJiildy'en of Jesse Grant [p. 50) and Roxana Shattuck. 

Maria Grant (1550,340^ b. Dec. (Sep.) 30, 1798; d. May 16, 1862; 
m, Ithaca, N. Y., 1817, Benj. Drake [b. 1792; d. 1835; s. of Sidney 
Drake and Susannah Ogden] ; res. I.; merchant. + 

Charlotte Grant (1550,341) b. Feb. 6, 1801; d. 1880; m. Feb. i, 
1 819, Arthur S. Johnson; res. Ithaca, N. Y. ; lawyer; county judge, 
surrogate; col. in War of 1812. + 

Chauncey Lewis Grant (1550,342) b. Oct. 4, 1807; d. Ithaca, N. Y., 
July 29, 1883 (1881); m. (i) Mary Hargin [b. Lansing, N. Y., Jan. 
15, 1804; d. I.; dau. of Mark Hargin and Mary Simpson] ; m. (2) 
Emily Johnson; res. I.; merchant; pres. of bank. + 

William Granby Grant (1550,343) b. Jan. 2, 1809; d. Sep. 1809. 

William Granby Grant (1550,344) b. Ithaca, N. Y., Sep. 16, iSio; 
d. N. Y. C, Mch. 30, 1877; m. I., Aug. 20, 1834, Maria Louisa 
Ackley [b. I., July 9, 1815; d. Asbury Park, N. J., July 7, 1890; 
dau. of Henry Ackley and Lydia Tillotson] ; res. I. ; wool merchant 
and manufacturer, being one of the largest buyers of that time; 
ran stage line bet. I. and N. Y. C. ; tanner; manufacturer of lumber 
and salt; pres. of oil and gold mining companies; vice-pres. of two 
silver mining companies; commissary-general of N. Y. ; held offices 
in the Dutch Ref. ch. ; travelled extensively in his later yrs. ; a man 
of strict integrity. + 

Grant (1550,345) (dau.), b. May 5, 1812; d. May 15, 1812. 

Grant (1550,346) (dau.), b. May 5, 1812; d. May 15, 1812, 

Henry James Jasper Grant (1550,347) b. Sep. 6, 1815; d. 1887; m. 
Harriet Hanmer; res. Ithaca, N. Y. ; tobacconist. + 

Ann Grant (1550,348) d. inf. 

Harriet Ann Grant (1550,349) b. (prob. Ithaca, N. Y.), May 23, 
1824; d. I., July 28, 1858 or 1888; m. I., Albert Schuyler Graves; 
res. Oxford, N. Y., and Utica, N. Y. ; M. E. minister; chil. d. y. 

CIvAN AV. 

Children of Lydia Grant {p. ^6) and Bcnjauiin Phelps. 

Lucinda Phelps (1554,000) b. Litchfield; d. ; m. Sylvester Spencer, 
of L. ; res. L. and Hartford; rem. to Iowa with one of her sons; 
innkeeper. + 

Homer Phelps (1554,001) d. ae 10 yrs. 



-[02 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

Hiram Phelps (1554,002) d. se 20 yrs. 

Emeline Phelps (1554,003) d. a. 1833; m. 1832, Judson Colton, of 
Springfield, Mass. ; copper-plate printer. 

Cornelia Phelps (1554,004) d. ; m. Frederick B. Wadhams, of Tor- 
rington. 

Charles Phelps (1554,005). 

Andrew F. Phelps (1554,006) b. in N. Y. ; d. Oct. 23, 1873; m. 
Jemima Thompson; res. Austin, Minn.+ 

Children of Huldah Grant (/. 50) and Miles BeacJi. 

Almeda Beach (1554,010) b. Torrington, Oct. 24, 1795; d. T., May 
II, 1863; m. T., Feb. 4, 1817, Wm. Hart Whiting [b. T., Jan. 9, 
1794; d, T., May 22, 1842; s. of Wm. Whiting and Lncinda Soper]; 
res. T. ; farmer. + 

Lewis Beach (1554,011) b. Torrington, Mch. 14, 1797; d. Nov. 21, 

1803. 

Miles Grant Beach (1554,012) b. Torrington, Mch. 16, 1800; m. 
Charlotte Bancroft, of T. ; res. N. Y. C. + 

Hannah Mason Beach (1554,013) b. Torrington, Sep. 13, 1803; d. 
Marathon, N. Y., Feb. 3, 1879 (1880); m. T., Nov. 10, 1830, Henry 
Judd, of Litchfield [b. Goshen, Mch. 10, 1805; d. M., Sep. i. 1870; 
s. of Orrin Judd and Asenath Landon]; res. L. ; rem. a. 1838 to 
Colesville, N. Y., to Binghamton, N. Y., 1844, and to M. 1847; 
carpenter and teacher; constable, collector; dea. + 

Edmund Beach (1554,014) b. Torrington, Oct. 7, 1810; m. N. Y. C, 
Mch. 1836, Anne Eliza Mackay [b. Stanwich, Jan. 6, 1814; d. N. Y. 
C, May 15, 1890; dau. of John Mackay and Elizabeth Knapp] ; res. 
N.' Y. C. (113 W. 103 St.); form. Brooklyn, N. Y., Montclair, N. J., 
and Verona, N. J.; watch and instrument maker; an early aboli- 
tionist. + 

Children of William Grant {p. 50) and Rachel Wedge. 

Ira Grant (1554,020) b. (Litchfield ?), Dec. 7, 1802; d. Cortland, N. 
Y., Jan. 22, 1868; m. Sangerfield, N. Y., Mch. 15, 1826, Maria Lu- 
cina Hewett [b. W^aterville, N. Y., Apr. 9, 1808; d. C, Sep 11, 1866; 
dau. of Silas Hewett and Martha Warner] ; res. Caledonia, N. Y. ; 
rem. a. 1834 to Marshall, Oneida Co.,N. Y., and in 1841 to Cortland; 
farmer; dea. in Bapt. churches at W. and Cortland. + 

Hannah Cordelia Grant (1554,021) b. Marshall, Oneida Co., N. Y., 
June 9, 1804; d. s. p. Aug. 20, 1823; m. Oct. 23, 1822, Volkert Har- 
manius Van Vleck [b. Schenectady, N. Y., 1802; d. Vineland, N. 

J., Nov. 27, 1879; s. of Peter Van Vleck and Harmanius; m. 

(2) Cassville, N. Y., May 26, 1825, Marcia Lucretia Carter (b. Paris, 
N. Y., Oct. 29, 1804; d. Apr. 20, 1846; dau. of Guy Carter and 

Taylor); m. (3) Hamilton, N. Y., 1847, Electa A. Manchester 

(b. Madison, N. Y., Aug. 29, 1809; dau. of Gideon Manchester)]; res. 
H. ; physician. 

Rachel Lavinia Grant (1554,022) b. Marshall, Oneida Co., N. Y., 
Feb. 24, 1806; d. unm. M., Dec. 19, 1831; res. M. 

Asahel Grant (1554,023) b. Marshall, Oneida Co., N. Y., Aug. 17, 
1807; d. Mosul, Turkey, Apr. 24, 1844; m. (i) Vernon, N. Y., Aug. 



SEVENTH GENERATION. 103 

23, 1827, Electa SpafEord Loomis [b. Torring-ton, Apr. 9, 1807; d. 
Skinners Eddy, Pa., Aug. 4, 1831; dan. of Richard Loomis (1136, 
31)]; m. (2) Cherry Valley, N. Y., Apr. 6, 1835, Judith Sabrina 
Lathrop Campbell [b. Rutland, N. Y., Jan. 12, 1814; d. Ooroomiah, 
Persia, Jan. 14, 1839; ^^^''- '^^ Erastus Lathrop and Judith Crafts; 
adopted by Dr. Win. Campbell, of Cherry Valley, N. Y.]; Hamilton 
Coll. ; M.D. Pittsfield, Mass., 1828; rem. 1829 to S. E., and to Utica, 
N. Y., 1831; physician; joined the Cong. Ch. of Clinton, N. Y., 
1827; elder of First Pres. Ch. of U. ; author of "Appeal to Pious 
Physicians" 1837, and "The Nestorians; or The Lost Tribes " 1840; 
his life was written by Rev. A. C. Lathrop, "Memoir of Asahel 
Grant, M.D.," and by Rev. Thos. Laurie, " Dr. Grant and the Moun- 
tain Nestorians"; his 2d w. joined the Pres. Ch. of C. V. 1831; her 
life was written by Judge W. W. Campbell, "Memoir of Mrs. 
Judith S. Grant." 

In 1835 he left Utica, where he was known as " the friend of the 
poor," and went to Ooroomiah, Persia, as the first medical mission- 
ary to that country. He early secured a most desirable location for 
the mission, and his professional services were in incessant request 
by all classes, whose gratitude was so marked that even proud Mus- 
selman chiefs stooped to kiss the hem of his garments. His success 
was due not merely to his medical skill, but largely to his unwaver- 
ing devotion and to the tact that marked his labors. He identified 
himself with the people by adopting their garb, and, as his com- 
plexion was very dark and his hair and beard black, he looked a very 
Oriental. He also won the local physicians by giving them instruc- 
tion and medicines. His wife was admirably adapted to be his 
helper, and the school for girls that she started is still flourishing. 
He was tall and powerfully built and a stranger to fear, a character- 
istic that won the respect of the barbarous Koords. In 1839 he made 
a journey through the mountains of Koordistan, from which no Eu- 
ropean had ever returned alive. While on this journey, which lasted 
eight months, he was called at midnight to the castle of a chief who 
was quite ill ; although a failure to cure would have made his own 
life forfeit, Dr. Grant answered the summons unhesitatingly, and 
won a powerful friend. On another occasion his party was attacked 
by a band of robbers; he was unarmed, but rose in his stirrups and 
struck the leader full in the face with his riding whip, the combined 
surprise and pain causing the latter to wheel and ride off with his fol- 
lowers. In 1841 he established at Mosul a separate mission for the 
Mountain Nestorians, and, although death soon ended his labors 
there, his name is still revered in that region. + 

William Eliada Grant (1554,024) b. Marshall, Oneida Co., N. Y., 
Mch. 20, 1809; d. ae a. 18 mos. 

Mary Malina Grant (1554,025) b. Marshall, Oneida Co., N. Y., Feb. 
23, 1812; m. Trivoli, 111., July r2, 1838, Eli Pomeroy Wilson [b. Har- 
winton, Apr. 20, 1814; d, Des Moines, Iowa, Dec. 29, 1897; s. of Eli 
Wilson and Julia Candee] ; res. D. M. (820 E. 12 St.); form. Peoria 
Co., 111. ; farmer.$4- 



104 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

William Grant (1554,026) b. Marshall, Oneida Co., N. Y., July 23, 
1813; d. unm. nr. Farmington, 111., July 20, 1837; res. Hanover, 
Oneida Co., N. Y. ; farmer. 

Harriet Grant (1554,027) b. Marshall, Oneida Co., N. Y., Mch. 28, 
1819; d. M. ae a. 2 weeks. 

CJiildrcn of David Grant ( /, ^o) and Jemima Bancroft. 

Eliza Grant (1554,030) b. Litchfield, 1807; d. Smithville Flats, N. 
Y., July 1830; m. S. F., 1829, Samuel Carpenter. + 

Ambrose Grant (1554,031) b. Smithville Flats, N. Y. ; d. Aug. 1814. 

Lucretia Grant (1554,032) (twin), b. Smithville Flats, N. Y, ; d. Aug. 
1814. 

Lucinda Grant (1554,033) (twin), b. Smithville Flats, N. Y. ; d. 
Aug. 1 8 14. 

Philetus Grant (1554,034) b. Smithville Flats, N. Y. ; d. Aug. 1814. 

Theron Grant (1554,035) b. Smithville Flats, N. Y., Jan. 28, 1815; 
d. Greene, N. Y., Apr. 3, 1871; m. S. F., Dec. i, 1842, Jane Harri- 
son [b. Belfast, Ireland, 1821; d. G., Nov. 7, 1877; dau. of Jas. Har- 
rison and Elizabeth Kinnier] ; res. S. F. ; rem. 1869 to G. ; farmer.+ 

Albert Grant (1554,036) b. Smithville Flats, N. Y., Mch. 31, 1817; 
m. S. F., Feb. 25, 1845; Malinda S. Read [b. S. F., Jan. 17, 1826; 
dau. of Merrie Read and Loly Smith] ; res. Fredonia, N. Y. ; has 
been in turn farmer, gold miner, market gardener, fruit grower, and 
merchant ; assessor, school commissioner. 

Flora Loomis Grant (1554,037) b. Mch. 28, 181 9; d. Binghamton, 
(Oxford), N. Y., 1890; m. Sep. 1843, Horace S. Read, of Smithville 
Flats, N. Y. ; res. 0.+ 

Oliver B. Grant (1554,038) d. Smithville Flats, N. Y., Mch. 21, 
1898, 36 77; m. Hannah Gates, of S. F. + 

Hiram Phelps Grant (1554,039) b. Smithville Flats, N. Y., Jan. 4, 
1827; d. Plainfield. N. J., Aug. 14, 1897; m. Goshen, Feb. 3, i860, 
Minerva Louisa Beach, of G. [b. Litchfield, Sep. 30, 1835; dau. of 
Henry Harrison Beach and Mary Louisa Sage] ; res. S. F. ; rem. 
1865 to Norwich, N. Y., and in 1889 to P. ; farmer. + 

CJiildrcn of fared Grant' [p. 50) and Betsey Jiidson. 

Lavinia Mason Grant (1554,040) b. Smithville Flats, N. Y. , Nov. 
26, 1807; d. s. p. Rochester, N. Y., May 19, 1896; m. S. F., Aug. i, 
1850, Col. John Forbes [b. New Haven, Oct. 18, 1790 (1795); d. R., 
May 2, 1878; s. of John Forbes and Lydia Gorham] ; res. Fredonia, 
N. Y., and R. ; merchant. 

Cornelia Anne Grant (1554,041) b. Smithville Flats, N. Y., Sep. 12, 
1810; d. Greene, N. Y., Jan. 12, 1878; m. S. F., Jan. 4, 1843 (1842), 
Drury Morse [b. Athol (Shelburne Falls), Mass., Feb. 28, 1816; d. 
G., May 3, 1867; s. of Samuel Morse and Deborah Stratton]; res. 
G. ; farmer; clerk and dea. of Bapt. ch.+ 

Mary Elizabeth Grant (1554,042) b. Smithville Flats, N. Y., May 
26, 1813; d. s. p. S. F., Nov. 3, 1855; m. S. F., Jan. 28, 1836, Edson 
Gould [b. in Va. ; d. Bellevue, Mich., May (June) 25, 1848; s. of 
Ebenezer Gould and Elizabeth ]; res. S. F. ; farmer. 



SEVENTH GENERATION. 105 

Judson leroy Grant (1554,043) b. Smithville Flats, N. Y., July n, 
1815; d. S. F., July 3, 1886; m. S. F., Sep. 25, 1842, Mariamne 
Agard [b. S. F., Dec. 12, 1820; dau. of Erastus Agard and Sally 
Ann Carpenter]; res. S. F. ; farmer; assemblyman. + 

Rebecca Seymour Grant (1554,044) b. Smithville Flats, N. Y., Feb. 
22, 1818; d. unm. S. F., Oct. 22, 1850; res. S. F. 

Harriet Cecilia Grant (1554,045) b. Smithville Flats, N. Y., Nov. i, 
1826; res. Rochester, N. Y. (179 Andrews St.); form. S. F. 
Children of Charles Grant {p. 50) and HannaJi McNiel. 

Charles "William Grant (1554,050) b. Litchfield, Apr. 28, 1810; d. 
L., Jan. 14 (17), 1881; m. (i) Newburgh, N, Y., Apr. 28, 1843, Jane 
Forsyth Beveridge [b. N., 1825; d. N., Apr. 28, 1856; dau. of John 
Beveridge and Isabella Curry]; m. (2) N. Y. C, a. 1859, Israella 
(Hasbrouck) Proudfit [b. a. 1809; dau. of Jonathan Hasbrouck, of 
N. ; m. (i) N., Rev. David L. Proudfit, s. of R. Proudfit, of Schenec- 
tady, N. Y.]; res. N. Y. C. and Peekskill, N. Y. ; rem. 1840 to N., 
and a. 1858 to lona Id., N. Y. ; wid. res. N. Y. C. ; physician, dentist, 
and fruit grower; members of Union Pres. Ch. of N. + 

David McNiel Grant (1554,051) b. Litchfield, Aug. 11, 1812; d. Tor- 
rington (L.), Sep. 6, 1885; m. (i) Marathon, N. Y., June 6 (5), i860, 
Caroline B. Judd (1554,0130); m. (2) Mch. 17, 1868, Paulina E. Ben- 
edict [b. Mch. 14, 1824; d. June 27, 1873]; m. (3) June 13, 1876, 
Mrs. Mary Bissell, who was b. Oct. 29, 1829; res. L. ; wid. res. T. ; 
farmer. + 

Harriet Lucretia Grant(i554,o52) b. Litchfield, Sep. 9, 1814; d. 
unm. L., Jan. 3, 1892; res. L. ; teacher; remarkable for intelligence 
and nobility of character. 

John Mason Grant (1554,053) b. Litchfield, June 14, 1817; d. unm. 
in Fla., 1878; res. Baltimore, Md.; Cong, minister; grad. Yale 
Univ. 1839; sec'y of his class. 

Children of JoJin Grant [p. ^6) and Clarissa Wooster. 

Benjamin Wooster Grant (1554,060) b. Litchfield, Jan. 24, 1808; d. 
Stockton, N. Y., Aug. 18, 1877; m. Hector, N. Y., May 2, 1830, 
Sally Eliza Ann Kirtland [b. Greene, N. Y., June 23, 181 2; d. S., 
Feb. 17, 1892; dau. of Wm. Kirtland and Sally Merriam]; res. S. ; 
farmer. + 

Lewis Beach Grant (1554,061) b. Smithville Flats, N. Y., Oct. 17, 
1809; d. Fredonia, N. Y., Mch. 16, 1884; m. F., June 19, 1836, Julia 
Ann Forbes [b. Greene, N. Y., Apr. 10, 1815; d. F., Feb. 6, 1887; 
dau. of Col. John Forbes and Statira Phelps]; res. F. ; merchant. + 

Laura Grant (1554,062) b. Smithville Flats, N. Y., Sep. 27, 1811 ; d. 
May 20 (19), 1847; m. Nov. 17, 1831, John Ruggles King; res. 
Stockton, N. Y.+ 

Henry Dearborn Grant (1554,063) b. Smithville Flats (Greene), N, 
Y., Nov. 23 (30), 1813; d. Jacksonville, 111., Nov. 25 (26), 1884; m. 
(i) Mch. 12, 1837, Miranda E. Barrows, who d. ; m. (2) J., Huldah 
Maria Gardner [b. Windsor, Vt., May 5, 1817; d. nr. Leadville, 
Col., Aug. 29, 1886; dau. of Daniel Gardner and Clarissa Ray]; res. 
J, ; physician. + 



106 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

Julia Ann Grant (1554,064) b. Smithville Flats, N. Y. , Mch, 20, 
1821; m. Stockton, N. Y., Feb. 23, 1841, Samuel Crissey [b. S., 
Mch. II, 1 816; d. S., Jan. 8, 1884; s. of Samuel Crissey and Lucy 
Grosvener]; res. S. ; farmer; dea. of Bapt. ch. many yrs. + 

John Mason Grant (1554,065) b. Smithville Flats, N. Y., Mch. 19,. 
1823; d. Jamestown, N. Y., June i, 1883; m. Fredonia, N. Y., Sep. 
10, 1851, Sarah Mullett [b. F., Nov. 12, 1828; dau. of Jas. MuUett 
and Sally Fitch]; res. F. ; rem. a. 1850 to J. ; merchant. + 

CLAN Y. 

Children of Isaac Grant [p. 5/) and Hannah Hammond. 

James Hammond Grant (1556,400) b. Chenango Forks (Norwich), 
N. Y., Feb. 18 (25), 1806; d. Albany, N. Y., Oct. 25 (15), 1872 
(1871, 1877); m. (i) A. (Schoharie, N. Y.), Susan Sydney Van 
Wormer [b. A.; d. Worcester, N. Y., Oct. 20, 1S38; dau. of Isaac 
Van Wormer and Elsie Van Loan]; m. (2) A., 1852, Susan Jane 
Bedell [b. A. (Greenbush, N. Y.); d. W., June 22, 1867; dau. of 
Elisha Bedell and Susan Dodge]; res. A.; merchant; weighmaster 
on Erie Canal; grad. Hamilton C0II.+ 

Maria Grant (1556,401) b, Oct. 10, 1807; d.; m. Stafford Burling- 
ham; res. Morris, N. Y.+ 

Celestia Grant (1556,402) b. Norwich, N. Y., May 24(28), 1809; d. 
Morris, N. Y., Oct. 23, 1858; m. Edward Tobey [b. M., Nov. 30, 
1807; d. M., May 8, 1881 (1880); s. of. Stephen Tobey and Amy 
Bennett; m. (2) ]; res. M. ; shoemaker and farmer. + 

Orrin Giles Grant (1556,403) b. Aug. 18, 1812; d. Schenevus, N. 
Y., Aug, 12, 1889; m. Decatur, N. Y., Feb. 19, 1835, Ji-dia Ann 
Stever [b. Worcester, N. Y., Aug. 24, 1815; d. S., Oct. 27, 1894; 
dau. of Cuyler Stever and Sarah Kinyon] ; res. W. and S. ; hotel- 
keeper, merchant, and blacksmith. + 

Samuel Hammond Grant (1556,404) b. Smithville Flats, N. Y., Oct. 
12, 1815; d. Worcester, N. Y., Feb. 25, 1895; m. (i) W. , Harriet 
Waterman [b. Westford, N. Y., Jan. 8, 1820; d. Worcester, Jan. 14, 
1863; dau. of John Waterman and Nancy Essex]; m. (2) Worcester, 
Elizabeth Turner [b. Davenport, N. Y., July 26, 1830; dau. of John 
Bresee and Polly Olmsted] ; res. Worcester; lawyer; supervisor, J. 
P., assemblyman. + 

Joseph Benson Grant (1556, 404A) b. May 2, 1S17; d. July 30, 1818. 

Harriet Grant (1556,405) b. in Pa., Mch. 19, 1821 (1819?); m. 
Maryland, N. Y., July 4, 1837, Nathan Pomeroy Potter [b. West- 
ford, N. Y., Mch. 15, 1 81 6; s. of Nathan Potter and Arroa Wright]; 
res. Decatur, N. Y. + 

Mary Ann Grant (1556,406) b. Dec. 18, 1821; d. Feb. 22, 1879; m. 
Schuyler Crippen ; res. Worcester, N. Y.+ 

William Ransford Grant (1556,407) b. Oct. 10, 1825 ; d. June 12, 1826. 

George Marcena Grant (1556,408) b. Norwich, N. Y., Nov. 18, 1827; 
m. Cooperstown, N. Y., Oct. 6, 1851, Harriet Elizabeth Sisson [b. 
C, July 1826; d. C, Feb. 3, 1869; dau. of Gilbert Sisson and 
Elizabeth Noyes Lewis] ; res. C. ; merchant. + 



SEVENTH GENERATION. 107 

Juliana Grant (1556,409) b. Apr. i, 1829; d. May 2, 1829. 
CJiildren of EliJiii Grant [p. 5/) and Aviy MarsJi. 
Lorin Marcena Grant (1556,410) b. Smithville Flats, N. Y., July 

22, 1810; m. Harrisville, Med. Co. , O., July 4, 1833, Sarah Rogers 
[b. S. F., Dec. I, 1811 ; d. H., June 30, 1892 ; dau. of Jas. Rogers and 
Elizabeth Marsh]; res. H. (Lodi P. O.) ; shoemaker and farmer. f+ 

Hannah Grant (1556,411) b. Smithville Flats, N. Y., Jan. 2, 1812; 
d. Woodland, Mich., June 29, 1874 (1873, 1875); m. Medina Co., O., 
Jan. 20, 1831, Chas. Perkins [b. Otsego, N. Y., Aug. 12, 1808; d. W., 
Dec. II, i860; s. of Josiah Perkins and Polly Johnston]; res. Hast- 
ings, Mich. ; farmer and carpenter. + 

Isaac Grant (1556, 411A) b. 1814; d. 1833. 

John Grant (1556,412) b. Smithville Flats, N. Y., 1816; d. Sun- 
field, Mich., Oct. I, (5, 18; Sep. 30), 1888 (1887); m. (i) Feb. 19, 
1838, Desire Jason; m. (2) Medina Co., O., Dec 20, 1839, Lydia 
M. Bird [b. in Mass., Sep. 18, 1821 (1822); d. S., Dec. 20 (13), 1872; 
dau. of Samuel Bird and Susannah Snow]; m. (3) Aug. 29, 1875, 
Asenath E. Clark; res. Hastings, Mich., and S. ; farmer; dea. of 
Christian ch. at S.+ 

Laura Grant (1556,41 2 A) d. inf. 

Sarah Grant (1556,413) b. Smithville Flats, N. Y., Feb. 15, 1819; 
d. Harrisville, Med. Co., O., July 8, 1863; m. Friendsville, O., Feb. 
19, 1838, Orrin Rogers, who was b. S. F. , Dec. 20, 181 5; farmer. + 

Permelia Grant (1556,414) b. 1821; d. unm. a. 1859. 

Lucy Anna Grant (1556,415) b. Norwich, N. Y., Sep. 2, 1823; d. 
Huntington, O., Dec. 22, 1885; m. Harrisville, Med. Co., O., July 
6, 1847, Aaron Se well Ward [b. Bolton, Quebec, Feb. 15, 1818; d. 
Lorain, O., Aug. 23, 1891]; res. Chatham, O., Harrisville, and Spen- 
cer, O. ; rem. 1856 to Huntington; members of M. E. ch.+ 

Jesse C. Grant (1556,416) b. in N. Y., Nov. 4, 1825; d. Woodland, 

Mich., June 20, 1886; m. (i) ; m. (2) W., Jan. 5, 1858, Elmyra 

Curtis [b. in Ontario, Aug. i, 1837; dau. of Thos. Curtisand Louise 
Cooly] ; res. W. ; farmer. + 

Nathan Orlando Grant (1556,417) b. Smithville Flats, N. Y., June 

23, 1828; m. Sharon, O., Aug. 30, 1854, Lydia Ann Mellick [b. Wads- 
worth, O., Feb. 4, 1830; dau. of Geo. Mellick and Anna Eglar] ; res. 
Woodland, Mich. ; form. Medina Co., O. ; blacksmith; ch. trustee and 
steward. + 

Maria Grant (1556,418) d. y. 

Elisha Grant (i 556,4 18A) d. inf. 

Eliza Grant (1556,419) prob. d. y. 

Children of Loring Grant {p. 5/) a)id Betsey Keency. 

Eliza Grant (1556,420) b. Clarence, N. Y., May 31, 181 2; d. Grand 
Rapids (Otsego, Sturgis), Mich., Mch. 26, 1884; m. Auburn, N. Y., 
May 31, 1838, Randall Curtis, who d. O., Nov. 1879; res. S. and O. ; 
tanner and currier, inventor, fruit grower. + 

William Cicero Grant (1556,421) b. Smithville Flats, N. Y., Dec. 17, 
1815; d. Detroit, Mich., Feb. 22, 1883; m. D., Jan. i, 1853, Amanda 
(Hunter) Brush [b. May 15, 1821 ; d. D., Mch. 12, 1870; dau. of John 



108 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

West Hunter and Margaret Prindle; wid. of Thos. G. Brush]; res. 
D. ; maker of mathematical instruments. + 

Loring Kimberlin Grant (1556,421 A) b. Reading, N. Y., May 14, 
1818; d. Geneva, N. Y., Aug. 7, 1821 (1826). 

George Robert Grant (1556,422) b. Reading, N. Y., July 14, 1820; 
d. Rocklin, Cal., June 22, 1889; m. (i) Homer, Mich., Sep. 28, 1840, 
Mary Dorsey Barney [b. Lyons, N. Y., 1823; dau. of Milton Barney 
and Sophia Dorsey] ; m. (2) Dec. 10, 1847, Mary Helen Van Orden [b. 
Moravia, N. Y., Dec. 27, 1832; dau. of Wm. Van Orden and Julia 
Ann Haight]; res. in Utah, Carson City, Nev. , 1860-3, Sacramento, 
Cal., 1863-6 and 1883-6, Placer Co. Cal. 1866-83; rem. 1886 to Rock- 
lin; farmer and fruit grower; member of Mormon ch. for a time. + 

Emory Alfred Grant (1556,423) b. Reading, N. Y., June 15, 1823 
m. Locust Grove, Ky. , Apr. 12, 1853, Ellen Elizabeth Clarke [b. L 
G. ; dau. of Joseph Clarke and Harriet Julian] ; res. Louisville, Ky. 
form. Frankfort, Ky. ; surgeon ; Genesee Coll. , Albion Coll. , Univ 
of Louisville, M.D. Hospital Coll. of Med., LL.D. Center Coll. 
sec'y of the Polytechnic Soc. of Ky. 18 yrs. ; sometime director of 
the Ky. weather bureau; pres. of the academic dept. of the Univ. of 
Louisville many yrs.+ 

Julia Letitia Grant (1556,424) b. Caroline, N. Y., July 8, 1825; m. 
(i) Albion, Mich., Jan. (June) 5, 1842, Reuben Richard Bass, who 
d. Hartford, Mich.; divorced; m. (2) Niles, Mich., July 17, 1867, 
Martin E. Andrus, who d. July 1893; res. Grand Rapids, Mich. (163 
Buckeye St.); form. A.f + 

Mariamne Grant (1556, 424A) b. Erie, N. Y., May 26, 1828; d. E., 
July 7, 1828. 

Asbury McKendree Grant (1556,425) b. Perry, N. Y., Oct. 27, 1829; 
d. P., Feb. 9, 1832. 

Cornelia Grant (1556,426) b. Lima, N. Y., Mch. 14, 1832; d. Perry, 
N. Y., Feb. 4, 1834. 

Cordelia Grant (1556,427) b. Lima, N. Y., Mch. 14, 1832; m. Kala- 
mazoo, Mich., Aug. 8, 1849, Benj. Franklin Doughty [b. Schodack, 
N. Y., Nov. II, 1824; d. Sturgis, Mich., June 6, 1879; s. of Chas. 

Doughty and Mary ] ; res. Grand Rapids, Mich. (24 Orchard 

PI.); form. Sturgis; M. E. minister; Maj. nth Mich. Regt., Chap- 
lain 8th Mich. Cav. + 

Asbury Loring Grant (1556,428) b. Perry, N. Y., July 7, 1834; d. 
unm. Milo Center, N. Y., Feb. 6, 1857; dentist. 

Henry Bannister Grant (1556,429) b. Auburn, N. Y., Mch. 12, 1837; 
m. Louisville, Ky., Feb. 26, 1863, Maria Louisa Richardson [b. L,, 
Sep. 21, 1840; dau. of Samuel Kirby Richardson and Rebecca Brad- 
ford Shanks] ; res. L. ; form. Frankfort, Ky. ; grand sec'y of Masonic 
grand lodge and grand chapter, and grand recorder of grand com- 
mandery of K. T. of Ky. ; form, clerk in state auditor's office 
1854-9, bank clerk 1860-70, manufacturer of barrel staves 1871, 
public administrator of L. 4 yrs., treas. of Parkland, Ky. , 1892 ; Capt. 
27th Ky. V. L 1860-5, asst. inspector-gen., frequently judge advo- 
cate; trustee, steward, treas., S. S. supt. , and class leader in M. E. 
Ch. South; grand master of the grand council, R. and S. M., grand 



SEVENTH GENERATION. 109 

high priest; author of "Tactics and Manual for Knights Templar," 
" Tactics for Patriarchs Militant," " Masonic Code and Signs," 
"History of Freemasonry," and "Chronicles of DeMolay Com- 
mand ery No. 12."$ + 

CJiildren of Charles Grant {p. 57) and Margaret Hines. 

Charles Wesley Grant (1556,440) b. Smithville Flats, N. Y. , Mch. 
15, 1817; m. 1841, Electa Curtiss; res. Saginaw, Mich. (1663 S. 
Washington Av. , E. S.); lumberman; sec'y E. Saginaw Board of 
Trade; sheriff, dep'y U. S. marshal; came down the Flint River in 
a skiff 1849, and in 1850 built the first mill and house in E. S. ; one 
of five voters who organized Buena Vista Tp. 1851, and was then 
elected clerk, commissioner of highways, J. P., and school inspector. 

Betsey Ann Grant (1556, 440A) b. Smithville Flats, N. Y., Nov. 18, 
1818; d. S. F., Mch. 22, 1822. 

Elihu Grant (1556,441) b. Smithville Flats, N. Y., Aug. 15, 1820; 
d. New Bedford, Mass., Mch. 13, 1897; m. (i) N. B., May 8, 1842; 
Amanda Maria Gifford, of Westport, Mass. [b. Dartmouth, Mass., 
May I, 1819; d. Fall River, Mass., Oct. 20, 1893; dau. of Zaccheus 
Gifford and Weighty Crapo] ; m. (2) N. B., Sep. i, 1894, Mary Jane 
(Lee) Reed [b. F. R. , Apr. 29, 1838; dau. of Thos. Jefferson Lee 
and Harriet Turner; m. (i) Dec. 6, 1857, Abram Reed (b. D. ; d. 

Mch. 26, 1890; s. of Alden Reed and Emily Ann )]; res. F. 

R. ; rem. 1865 to Elizabeth, N. J., in 1867 to Westfield, N. J., in 
1874 to F. R., and finally to N. B. ; pastor of M. E. churches at 
Westport Pt., Mass., 1846-7, S. Dartmouth, Mass., 1847-9, Little 
Compton, R. L, 1849-51, Bristol, R. L, 185 1-3, Hicksville, Mass., 
1892; furniture merchant; chief bookkeeper in Methodist Book Con- 
cern 1865-74; clerk in office of city treas. of F. R. ; investigating 
agent of soldiers and sailors relief committee; probation officer; U. 
S. Mil. Acad.; Capt. Co. C. 3d Regt. Mass. V. I. 1862-5; qualified 
as J. P. in order to assist those trying to secure pensions, refusing- 
all payment for such services. + 

CJiildren of Charles Grant {p ji) and Matilda [Moe) Close. 

Eugene Grant (1556,442) b. Perry, N. Y., Nov. 13, 1831; m. Flint, 
Mich., Feb. 6, 1854, Charlotte Dickenson [b. F., Apr. 29, 1837; 
dau. of Alanson Dickenson and Fidelia Judd]; res. Glyndon, Minn. 
(Moorhead P. O.) ; form. Duluth, Minn., E.Saginaw, Mich., Bay 
Port, Mich.; farmer; town clerk. + 

William Tyler Grant (1556, 442A) b. Perry, N. Y., Dec. 5, 1832; d. 
Saginaw, Mich., Mch. 5, 1852. 

Children of Charles Grant [p. 5/) a)id E me line Gillett. 

Mary Grant (1556,443) b. Lyons, Mich., Aug. 9, 1839; d. Gaines- 
ville, N. Y., Apr. 16, 1868; m. G., June 11, 1862, Jas. Russell [b. 
G., May 11, 1822; s. of Jas. Russell and Rachel Harmond; m. (i) 

Nov. 9, 1847, , who d. June 30, 1861; m. (3) July 13, 1869, 

] ; res. G. ; farmer. + 

Juliana Delay Grant (1556,444) b. Bengal, Mich., June 3, 1842; m. 
B., Oct. 2, 1867, Benj. Franklin Young [b. B., Feb. 17, 1844; s. of 



110 THE GRANT FAMILV. 

Jonathan Young and Hannah Fuller]; res. B. (St. Johns P. O.); 
farmer; served in 23d and 28th Mich. Regts. during Civil War ; town 
treas., supervisor; steward of M. E. ch.$+ 

Electa Sylvia Grant (1556,445) b. Bengal, Mich., Aug. 27, 1843; m. 
B., Dec, 25, 1869, Frank Harvey [b. Eagle, N. Y._, Nov. 15, 1844; 

s. of Moses Harvey and Azubah ]; res. Unionhome, Mich., 

form. B. ; farmer. $-1- 

Isaac Grant (1556,446) b. St. Johns, Mich., Jan. 25, 1846; m. Salt 
River, Isabella Co., Mich., Dana Clark [b. Ft. Covington, N. Y. ; dau. 

of Robt. Clark and Martha ]; res. Reed City, Mich.; grain 

merchant, lumberman, contractor, liveryman, and miller; sheriff of 
Lake Co., Mich., private and sergt. Co. I, loth Mich. Cav. 1863-5. + 

Eliza Grant (1556,447) b. Bengal, Mich., Oct. 23, 1847; m. St. 
Johns, Mich., July 22, 1866, John T. Duncombe [b. Hatch Hollow, 
Pa., Sep. 25, 1844; s. of Chas. Hawkins Duncombe and Nancy Ben- 
nett]; res. Amity, Erie Co., Pa. (Juva P. O.); form. S. J.; farmer; 
postmaster; private and sergt. in Co. C. 4th N. Y. H. Art. 1861.+ 

Phebe Jane Grant (1556,448) b. Bengal, Mich., Aug. 15, 1849; m. 
B., Sep. 14, 1875, Milo Lee Welter [b. Genesee Co., N. Y., May 22, 
1848; s. of Jacob Welter and Emily Sayre]; res. Elsie, Mich.; form. 
St. Johns, Mich. ; teacher; she is a poet, reader, and temperance 
worker. + 

Loring Grant (1556,449) b. Bengal, Mich., Jan. 3, 1851; m. B., Jan. 
22, 1879, Jennie May Heyd [b. Lafayette, O., Dec. 11, 1859; dau. of 
George Washington Heyd and Mary Severcool]; res. St. Johns, 
Mich.; form. B. ; dealer in agricultural implements. $+ 

Grant (1556,449 A) (s.), b. Bengal, Mich., June 25, 1855; 

d. B., Sep. 19, 1855. 

Children of Jesse C. Grant {p. 52) and Frances F. Gere. 

John James Grant (1556,470) b. Parry (Smithville Flats), Chen. 
Co., N. Y., Oct. 8, 1829; m. (i) Centerville, N. Y., Sep. 9, 1861, 

Addie Manley [d. 1865; dau. of Manley and Hallet]; 

m. (2) Eva Maria Walker [b. Springwater, N. Y., Jan. 28, 1836; dau. 
of Jonathan B. Walker and Catharine Stiles]; res. Silver Creek, 
Minn.; form. Yates Co., N. Y., and Monticello, Minn.; farmer; 
form, teamster, canal driver, and lumberman. + 

Jane Amelia Grant (1556,471) b. Gainesville, N. Y., Aug. 8, 1831; 
m. Bath, N. Y., Oct. 17, 1851, Cyrus Sherwood, of Branchport, N. 
Y. [b. Jerusalem, N. Y., June 26, 1827; s. of Rev. Daniel Sherwood 
and Jane Chase]; res. J. (Branchport P. O.); farmer and lumberman; 
served 3 yrs. in Co. A. 126th N. Y. Regt. ; she is a dressmaker. $+ 

Julia Rosamond Grant (1556,472) b. Parry, Chen. Co., N. Y., Nov. 
30, 1833; d. Apr. 19, 1898; m. Cherry Valley, 111., Nov. 14, 1854, 
John Ingram [b. Lebanon, N. H., 1832; s. of Nathaniel Ingram and 
Sarah Barber]; res. Iowa Castle, Jones Co., Iowa; rem. 1859 to 
Hastings, Minn.; carpenter; she was beautiful, gentle and refined, 
a consistent member of M. E. ch.$+ 

Caroline Eliza Grant (1556,473) b. Cameron, N. Y., Oct. 6, 1835; 
m. Chicago, 111., Dec. 22, 1858, John Freeman Phillips [b. Marcy, N. 



SEVENTH GENERATION. Ill 

Y., Mch. 26, 1834, s. of Russel Baker Phillips and Elizabeth Mackay]; 
res. Georgetown, Col.; miner; form, farmer and commission mer- 
chant; Capt. Co. L. 3d Col. Vol. Cav.$ 

Martha Adelia Grant (1556,474) b. Cameron, N. Y., Aug. 28 (24), 
1837; m. Chatfield, Minn., a. 1854, Chester Woodward, s. of Judge 
Woodward, of Auburn, N. Y. ; res. Minneapolis, Minn. (2944 Grand 
Av. ); builder and cabinet-maker. f + 

Mary Elizabeth Grant (1556,475) b. Cameron, N. Y., Sept. 16, 1839; 
m. 1864, Wm. Parker [b. St. Albans, Me., July 18, 1835; d. Hankin- 
son, N. D., Jan. 7, 1894; s. of Josiah Parker and Eliza Jumper]; res. 
H. ; blacksmith and wagon-maker; treas. of M. E. ch. in Minneapolis, 
Minn. ; served in ist Minn. Battery in Civil and Indian Wars; sergt. + 

DeWitt Clinton Grant (1556,476) b. Cameron, N. Y., Dec. 4, 1841; 
d. Georgetown, Col., Apr. 17, 1895; m. G. , Sep. 27, 1891, Mary 
Hawker, of G. [b. Shohola, Pa., Oct. 26, 1856; dau. of John G. 
Hawker]; res. Stillwater, Minn., and Nevadaville, Col.; rem. 1872 
to G. ; miner; served in Co. A. 3d Minn. Vol. Regt. 1861-5; wid. is 
a dressmaker. + 

Sarah Adelaide Grant (1556,477) b. Cameron, N. Y., Jan. 4, 1845; 
m. Silver Creek, Minn, Dec. 18, 1862, Jas. Charlie Price [b. Holt, 
Derbyshire, Eng. , Nov. 2, 1838; s. of Chas. Price and Sarah Georgina 
Simmons]; res. Minneapolis, Minn. (2022 Dupont Av. N.) form. S. 
C; railroad and waterworks contractor; trustee in M. E. ch.; pri- 
vate in Co. A. 3d Minn. Vet. Vol. Inf. 1861-5; she is past pres. of 
Levi Butler W. R. C. No. 3.$+ 

Children of Juliana D. Grant ( /. ^2) and Horatio N. Gere. 

Horatio Nelson Gere (1556,480) b. Sep. 18, 1834; d. next day. 

John Loring Gere (1556,481) b. Aug. 22, 1836; d. June 6, 1837. 

Charles Henry Gere (1556,482) b. Gainesville, N. Y., Feb. 18, 1838, 
m. Washington, D. C., Sep. 19, 1871, Mariel Elizabeth Clapham 
[b. W., June 11, 1838; dau. of Capt. John Clapham and Mariel 
Goodwin] ; res. Lincoln, Neb. ; editor and publisher, pres. of the 
State Journal Co. ; form, teacher and lawyer; A. B. Dickenson Coll. 
1861, A. M. 1865; A. M. Univ. of Neb. 1895; county attorney. 
Pawnee Co., Neb., 1865, Lancaster Co. 1868; private sec'y of the 
Gov. of Neb. 1867-8; postmaster 1891-5; private in Co. B. loth Md. 
V. I. 1863-4, Co. F. nth Md. V. I. 1865; rep., state senator, chair- 
man of board of trustees of L., member of constitutional conv. 1875 ; 
chairman of Rep. state committee ; pres. of board of regents of Univ. 
of Neb. several yrs. ; sec'y state railroad commission. $+ 

Julia Maria Gere (1556,483) b. Oct. 5, 1840; d. Table Rock, Neb., 
Apr. 14, 1859. 

John Nelson Gere (1556,484) b. Aug. 18, 1842; killed by Indians, 
Solomon River, Kan., May 9, 1870; wid. res. Honolulu, H. I.; 
served 3 yrs. in Civil War. + 

Hannah Jane Gere (1556,485) b. Aug. 24, 1845; d. Table Rock, 
Neb., July 18, 1857. 

George Grant Gere (1556,486) b. Greene, N. Y., Dec. 27, 1848; m. 
San Francisco, Cal., Dec. 25, 1890, Sara Josephine Wood [b. N. Y. 



112 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

C, Nov. 27, 1861 ; dau. of Wm. Harrison Wood and Louise Lovette] ; 
res. S. F. (1732 Waller St.); surgeon and prof, of surgery in Cal. 
Med. Coll. ; Eclectic Med. Inst., Cincinnati, O., 1870-1 ; private in Co. 
F. istNeb. Vet. Vol. Cav. 1865-6; health officer of Tulare Co., Cal.$+ 

CLAN Z. 

Children of Elijah Grant {p. ^2) and Elisabeth Phelps. 

Elijah Phelps Grant (1558,000) b, Norfolk, Aug. 25, 1809; d. Can- 
ton, O., Dec. 2, 1875; ^- Winchester, Sep. 7, 1836, Susan Jenkins 
Boyd [b. W., Mch. 14, 1815; d. Omaha, Neb., Feb. 4, 1887; dau. of 
Jas. Boyd and Mary Monro] ; res. C. ; wid. rem. to O. ; lawyer and 
banker; grad. Yale Univ. 1830; a man of marked character, an 
original thinker, and a life long student in many lines ; a writer and 
lecturer on socialism; author of a number of pamphlets on co-opera- 
tion ; participated in one or two practical experiments in that line, 
notably the "Phoenix" at Wheeling, W. Va. , 1845. + 

Mary Zilpah Grant (1558,001) b. Colebrook, Aug. 18, 1811; d. 
Ahmednuggur, India, June 24, 1842; m. C, Mch. 11, 1839, Ebenezer 
Burgess, D.D. [b. Grafton, Vt., June 26, 1805; d. in Mass. a. 1887; 
m. (2) Sep. 15, 1846, Abigail Moore, who d. Mahabuleshweer, India, 

Apr. 26, 1853; m. (3) A. T. , who d. Bridgeport, Feb. 17, 

1897, ae 92]; Cong, missionary; grad. Amherst. Coll. 1831, Andover 
Theol. Sem. 1837 ; she was a teacher at Ipswich, Mass., Sem. -H 

Elizabeth Grant (1558,002) b. Colebrook, Feb. 8, 1813; d. Grinnell, 
Iowa, Apr. 1885; m. Granville, O., Sep. 12, 1836, Wm. Burton [b. 
Washington, Vt., Sep, 6, 1789; d. Austinburg, O., Mch. 12, 1858; s. 
of Jacob Burton and Keturah Palmer; m. (i) Circleville, O., June 
15, 1824, Margaret Hughs (b. Feb. 16, 1803; d. Jan. i, 1835; dau. 

of Hughs and Mary Huston)]; res. Circleville; rem. to Pa., 

to Piketon, O., a. 1840, to Jefferson, O., 1850, in 1853 to A., later 
to G. ; Pres. and Cong, minister; grad. Dartmouth Coll. (1817?); 
bef. m. she was principal of a sem. at Granville, 0.+ 

Joel Grant (1558,003) b. Millbrook, Jan. 24, 1816; d. Downers 
Grove, 111., Dec. 31, 1873; m. Norfolk, Oct. 12, 1845, Abigail Fidelia 
Cowles [b. N., Aug. 13, 1820; d. Chicago, 111., May 5, 1881; dau. of 
Moses Cowles and Hannah Betts]; grad. Yale Univ. 1838; Andover 
Theol. Sem. 1842-3, Yale Theol. vSem. 1843-5; taught at Berlin, 
Md., 1838-9; prof, of mathematics, U. S. N., 1S39-42; pastor of 
Cong, churches at Lockport, 111., 1845-7, 1852-8, 1860-1, W. Avon 
1847-52, Bristol, 111., 1858-60, 1868, Cambridge, 111., and D. G. ; 
Chaplain 12th 111. V. I. 1861-5, 113th U. S. Col. Inf. 1865-6. 

Daniel Grant (1558,004) b. Colebrook, June 19 (9), 1818; d. New 
Marlborough, Mass,, Jan. 2, 1892; m. Norfolk, May 10, 1843 (1842), 
Caroline Burr [b. N., Feb. 22, 1820; d. N. M., Sep. 6 (7), 1892; dau. 
of Ebenezer Burr and Pamelia Benton] ; res. in Wis. ; went overland 
to Cal. 1849, sending his family to Conn.; rem. 1856 to N., a. i860 
to Winsted, a. 1863 to southern Kan., later to N. M. ; farmer, gold 
miner, merchant, + 

Abigail Grant (1558,005) b. Colebrook, June 5, 1S20; d. Millbrook, 
July 25, 1835. 



SEVENTH GENERATION. 113 

John Grant (1558,006) b. Colebrook, Aug. 29, 1822; d. Newark, N. 
J,, July 5, 1878; m. Aug-. 20, 1857, Sarah Gertrude Day, of Canton, 
O. [b. Syracuse, N. Y., June i, 1837; d. June i, 1881; dau. of 
Samuel D. Day and Angelica S. McMichael]; grad. Yale Univ. 1845; 
tutor 1848-50; taught in Richmond, Va. , Woodbury, N., and N. Y. 
C. ; in N. Y. Custom House 6 yrs. ; dea. of Belleville Av. Cong. 
Ch. of N. many yrs. + 

Martha Grant (1558,007) b. Colebrook, July 13 (14), 1824; d. unm. 
Millbrook, Sep. 21, 1847; ^'^s. M. 

James Marcus Grant (1558,008) b. Millbrook, Jan. 19, 1827; m. S. 
Canaan, Dec. 31, 1868, Harriet Lury Root [b. S. C, Feb. 14, 1835; 
dau. of Ozias Root and Alma Oakley]; res. M. in the homestead; 
farmer. $ 

Child of /erusha Grant {p. ^2) and Cyrus Walter. 

Laura Grant Walter (1558,010) b. Colebrook, Apr. 30, 1803; d. 
Whitewater, Wis., July 23, 1880; m. Norfolk, June 26, 1822, Joel 
Hull [b. New Haven, Jan. 14, 1793; d. W., 1859; s. of Joseph Hull]; 
res. W. ; farmer. + 

CJiildren of JerusJia Grant {p. 52) and Roszvell Griszvold. 

Lucius Griswold (1558,011) b. Colebrook, July 12, 18 10; m. C, 
Mch. 27, 1834, Julia Elizabeth Barnard [b. C. , Nov. 22, 1811; d. July 
12, 1884; dau. of Asa Barnard and Elizabeth Hart]; res. Winsted; 
farmer and teacher 20 yrs. ; travelling agent for the W. Manuf. Co. 
30 yrs.+ 

Almira Griswold (1558,012) b. Colebrook, July 23, 1811; d. Mt. 
Morris (Tuscarora), N. Y., June 28, 1893; bur. Winsted; m. (i) C, 
May 7, 1837, Emory Coe [b. W. Mch. 17, 1809; d. W., Aug. 27, 1861 
(i860); s. of David Coe and Prudence Ward]; m. (2) Mch. 22, 1866, 
Milo Burr, of Torrington ; res. W. ; Mr. C. was a farmer. + 

Joel Grant Griswold (1558,013) b. Colebrook, Mch. 15, 1813; d. 
Winsted, Apr. 12 (10), 1895; m. W., July 17, 1839, Clarissa Smith 
[b. C. , Nov. 8, 182 1 ; dau. of Antipas Smith and Polly Gould]; res. 
W. ; farmer. + 

Lovina Griswold (1558,014) b. Colebrook, Feb. 25, 181 7; d. Ipswich, 
Mass., 1834. 

James Griswold (1558,015) b. Colebrook, Jan. 20, 1819; m. (i) Nor- 
folk, July 21, 1841, Lucy Ann Brown [b. N., May 18, 1821; d. s. p. 
N., Mch. 2, 1844; dau. of Reuben Brown and Hulda Griswold]; m. 
(2) Schoharie, N. Y., July 4, 1848, Catharine Lane [b. S., Apr. 20, 
1822; d. Auburn, Ind., Aug. 6, 1865; teacher]; m. (3) Waterloo, 
Ind., June 13, 1868, Clarissa Melinda Reed [b. Peru, O., Dec. 12, 
1833; dau. of Parson Reed and Cynthia Burpee]; res. A.; form. C. 
and N. ; salesman and miller; selectman in N.$+ 

Nelson Griswold (1558,016) b. Colebrook, Aug. 20, 1820; d. Cleve- 
land, O., Aug. 15, 1873; m. Springfield, Mass., Dec. 12, 1849, Ellen 
Abigail Carlton [b.Walpole, N. H., Feb. 14, 1830; d. Cleveland, Dec. 
27, 1865; dau. of Roland Carlton and Sophia Foster]; railroader. + 

Edward Roswell Griswold (1558,017) b. Colebrook, Apr. 13, 1824; 
m. Dec. I, 1849, Clara Wells [b. Cleveland, O., 1834; d. Cleveland, 



114: TiiE GRA^fT FAMILY. 

July 29, 1884; dau, of Wm. Wells and Abigail Midelton]; res. Cleve- 
land (985 Cedar Av.); merchant; J. P.$+ 

Ellen Amanda Griswold (1558,018) b. Colebrook, Apr. 6, 1825; m. 
(as 3d w.) Winsted, Mch. 18, 1850, Wm. Smith Phillips [b. Winches- 
ter, Dec. 22, 18 16; d. Winsted, Aug. 19, i860; s. of Wm. Phillips 
and Lora Smith]; res. Winsted (Spring St.); merchant; she was a 
teacher many yrs. $+ 

Children of Nancy Grant (/. 52) and Amos Pcttibone. 

Maria Nancy Pettibone (1558,020) b. Norfolk, June 23, 1814; d. unm. 
Apr. 22, 1842. 

Julia Pettibone (1558,021) b. Norfolk, Nov. 4, 1816; d. June 9, 1835. 
CJiild of James Grant [p. ^2) and Jernslia Phelps. 

Harriet Grant (1558,030) b. Norfolk, Feb. 7, 1813; d. Fox Lake, 
Wis., Mch. 20, 1894; m. Oct. 22, 1838, Wm. Kennet Parker [b. Cort- 
land, N. Y., Oct. 10, 1806; d. F. L., Feb. 22, 1878]; res. F. L. ; 
carriage-maker. + 

CJiildren of MaJiala Grant (/. fj) and Elijah Finney. 

Anna Pinney (1558,200) b. Windsor, Sep. 25, 1807; d. Colebrook, 
Jan. 28 (19), 1878; m. Apr. 22, 1829, Ralzemon Phelps [b. C, May 
29, 1802; d. C, July 17, 1875; s. of John Phelps and Betsey Bing- 
ham] ; res. C. + 

Roswell Grant Pinney (1558,201) b. Mch. 30, 1809; d. June 23, 1882; 
m. Sep. 3, 1835, Abby L. Strong. + 

Elijah Orson Pinney (1558,202) b. Mch. 2, 1813; m. Jan. 10, 1837, 
Mary Pendleton. + 

Horace L. Pinney (1558,203) b. Apr. 14, 1815; d. Erie Co., Pa., Feb. 
20, 1878; m. Dec. 5, 1842, Mrs. Sarah Shannon ; res. Erie Co., Pa.+ 

Milo E. Pinney (1558,204) b. in Conn., Apr. 12, 1821; d. Miami, 
Mo., Apr. (Mch.) 22, 1882; m. in Pa., Dec. 1849, Harriet P. Skinner 
[b. in Pa., a. 1824; d. M., Apr. 1883 or 1884]; res. Memphis, Mo., 
and Miami; merchant, stock dealer and farmer. + 

Children of Deidamia A. Grant {p. Jj) and Edzvin M. Strong. 

George Washington Strong (1558,220) b. Winchester, Feb. 7, 1818; 
m. Harriet Tibbals, of W. ; res. in O. 

Sophia Strong (1558,221) b. Winchester; m. Miner; res. 

Joliet, III* 

Children of Sage W. Gratit {p. jj ) ajid Lucy Spaulding. 

Sarah Lucy Grant (1558,230) b. Winchester, May 21, 1831; d. unm. 
Jan. 2, 1857. 

Ward Miles Grant (1558,231) b. Winchester, Apr. 26, 1838; d. 
Riverton, Mch. 1, 1897; m. Norwalk, Mch. 20, i860, Mary Ann 
McKay, who was b. Newtown, Ireland (Glasgow, Scotland), Aug. 1, 
1838; res. W. ; rem. 1864 to Winsted, and to R. 186S; farmer; en- 
listed in Co. F. 28th Conn. Vol. Regt. 1862. + 

Children of Roxic M. Grant [p. j^f) and George Cook. 

Caroline Cook (1558,300) b. Goshen, June 10, 1819; d. unm. G., 
Feb. 10, 1876; res. G. 



SEVENTH GENERATION. 115 

Ralph Cook (1558,301) b. Goshen, May 5, 1882; d. s. p. G., Sep. 
26, 1884; m. G. , June 18, 1872, Julia Eliza Wooster [b. G. , July 14, 
1830; dau. of Sterling Wooster and Phebe Sherman]; res. G.; mer- 
chant. 

CJiildren of Lois L. Grant {p. 5^) and Benedict Szveet. 

Moses Sweet (1558,310) b. Norfolk, Sep. 4, 1820; m. Mch. 21, 1850, 
E. M. Tilden [b. Vienna, N. Y., Jan. 22, 1826; dau. of Benj. Tilden 
and M. M. Bennett] ; res. Oak Center, Wis. ; form. Byron, Wis. ; 
farmer. f + 

Sumner Boyington Sweet (1558,311) b. Mentor, O., Mch. 20, 1823; 
d. Byron, Wis., Dec. 27, 1896; m. Waupun, Wis., Oct. 24, 1847, 
Elizabeth Evans [b. Dawley Green, Shropshire, Eng-. , July 29, 1819; 
dau. of Jonadab Evans and Margaret Jones]; res. B. ; farmer. + 
CJiildren of Joel M. Grant {p. ^f) and Jennette Grilly. 

Caroline Maria Grant (1558,320) b. Chautauqua, N. Y., Mch. 26, 
1830; m. Waterbury, Nov. 29, 1854, Chas. Beecher Merrill [b. W., 
Oct. 5, 1825; d. W., Apr. 14, 1882; s. of Elijah Frisbie Merrill and 
Anna Perkins]; res. W. (87 Franklin St.); die sinker; leader of 
Merrill's Band, which was mustered into the 14th Conn. Inf., serving 
1862-5; acting school visitor, town clerk, rep.$+ 

Marietta Sophia Grant (1558,321) b. Chautauqua, N. Y., July 6, 
1832; m. Seymour, Dec. 31, 1850, John Kerley, of Waterbury [b. 
Kent, Nov. 30, 1827; s. of Hosea Row Kerley and Maria Beecher]; 
res. New Haven (514 George St.); form. W. ; merchant; form, con- 
tractor and builder; 9 yrs. with the W. Clock Co.; M. E. local 
preacher. + 

Maryann Desire Grant (1558,322) b. Chautauqua, N. Y., June 13, 
1834; m. New Haven, Sep. 24, 1887, Albert Stevens Upson [b. Wol- 
cott, Mch. 16, 1823 ; s. of Samuel Wheeler Upson and Marie Stevens]; 
res. Waterbury (236 Hillside Av. ); travelling salesman for the Water- 
bury Brass Co. ; form, manufacturer of sewing machine needles; has 
held several local offices, including alderman; she is a portrait 
painter. $ 

Garry Moses Grant (1558,323) b. Chautauqua, N. Y., Aug. 26, 1839; 
d. C, Sep. 14 (8), 1840. 

CJiildren of Harry M. Grant (/. jf) and Sarah A. RicJiards. 

Moses Franklin Grant (1558,350) b. Norfolk, June 26, 1835; m. 
Winchester, May 8, 1855, Mary Ann Gilbert [b. W., Nov. 27, 1830; 
dau. of Samuel D. Gilbert and Candace Hungerfordj; res. N. ; form. 
Grantville; farmer and lumberman; rep., selectman since 1877.+ 

Lucy Ann Grant (1558,351) b. Norfolk, Nov. 2, 1836; m. (as 2dw.) 
N., Feb. 22, 187 1, Isaac Coe, of Waterbury, who d. W., May 18, 1872; 
res. Winsted (407 Main St.); form. Waterbury; supt. of pin factory. 

Mary Jane Grant (1558,352) b. Grantville, July i (2), 1839; m. Tol- 
land, Mass., Mch. 16, 1859, Edward Manchester [b. T., Jan. 30, 1831 ; 
s. of Shadrach Manchester and Clarissa Anna Coe] ; res. Winsted ; 
farmer. + 

Roxy Matilda Grant (1558,353) b. Norfolk, Aug. i, 1842; m. N., 
Nov. 15, 1 87 1, Sylvanus E. Granger, of Winsted; res. W. 



116 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

Sarah Elizabeth Grant (1558,354)5. Norfolk, Aug. 3, 1846; d. Goshen, 
July 30, 1869; m. Winsted, June 6, 1866, Geo. Johnson, of G., who 
m. (2) N., Alice Spaulding-, of N. ; res. G. ; farmer. + 

George Phelps Grant (1558,355) b. Norfolk, Oct. 30, 1848; d. unm. 
Dunkirk, N. Y., Nov. 23, 1874; res. Rochester, N. Y. ; clerk with his 
uncle Giles P. Grant; the first travelling- salesman ever sent out. 

Henry Richards Grant (1558,356) b. Norfolk, July 26, 185 1; m. 1881, 
May Case, of Riverton; res. Millerton, N. Y. ; photographer; 7 chil.f 

Miles Eugene Grant (1558,357) b. Norfolk, Apr. 21, 1855; m. Hyde 
Park, N. Y., Jan. 22, 1874, Annie Belle Homan, of Poughkeepsie, 
N. Y. [b. Newburgh, N. Y. ; dau. of John Homan and Phebe Ann 
Nichols]; res. Torrington (364 Migeon Av.); shipping clerk and ac- 
countant. + 

Child of Riley A. Grant {p. 55) and Huldah R. Tibbals. 

Garry Grant (1558,390) b. Grantville, Oct. 20, 1849; m. Norfolk, 
Nov. 2, 1870, Ellen Elisabeth Phelps [b. N., Nov. 13, 1848; dau. of 
Asahel Gaylord Phelps and Fanny Case] ; res. G. ; farmer. + 

CJiildren of Harvey Grant {p. 55) and Experience Norton. 

Levi Grant (1558,400) b. Norfolk, Sep. i, 1817; d. Newark, Wis., 
Mch. 29, 1864; bur. Beloit, Wis.; m. Wellington (Akron), O., 1843, 
LucindaOctaviaTryon [b. Litchfield (A.), Mch. 10, 1822 (1820, 1824); 
d. Spring Prairie, Wis., May 8, 1872; bur. B. ; dau. of Noah Tryon 
and Lucinda Wescott]; res. Waukesha, Wis., Milwaukee, Wis., and 
N. ; carpenter and farmer; Oberlin Coll. ; J. P. ; dea. and S. S. supt. 
of Bapt. ch.+ 

Ruluf Grant (1558,401) b. Norfolk, Sep. 9, 1818; d. Ripon, Wis., 
Apr. (Mch.) 4,. 1866 (1865, 1874); m. Green Lake, Wis., 1847-8, Mrs. 
Catharine Durkee, who was b. Jan. 12, 1814; res. Waupun, Wis., 
G. L. , and Markesan, Wis.+ 

Raphael Grant (1558,402) b. Norfolk, Nov. 21, 1819; m. Welling- 
ton, O., Apr. 15, 1846, Caroline Eliza Couch [b. Lee, Mass., Mch. 
31, 1826; d. Volga, S. D., June 8, 1894; dau. of Henry Robt. Couch 
and Eliza Brezee Howk]; res. Fern Hill, Wash. ; form. Ripon, Wis., 
Cascade, Minn., Rochester, Minn., V., and Tacoma, Wash. ; cabinet- 
maker and farmer. $+ 

Harvey Frederick Grant (1558,403) b. Norfolk, Nov. 24, 1821; m. 
Albion, N. Y., June 22, 1847, Elizabeth Maria Randall [b. Hines- 
burgh, Vt., 1824; dau. of Nehemiah Randall and Sarah St. Clair]; 
res. Edgar, Neb. ; form. Berlin, Wis. ; real estate and insurance. $+ 

Lansing Grant (1558,404) b. Norfolk, May 27, 1823; m. Green Lake, 
Wis., Dec. 28, 1848, Elma Mehetabel Gleason [b. Oswagatchie, N. 
Y., Oct. 5, 1832; dau. of Nathan Gleason and Mehetabel Jaquith]; 
res. Independence, Kan. ; farmer. $+ 

Philip Norton Grant (1558,405) b. Norfolk, July 12, 1825; m. (i) 
Beloit, Wis., Mch. 2, 1852, Elizabeth Tryon [b. Akron, O., Jan. 11, 
1833; d. Lake Geneva, Wis., Nov. 18, 1891; dau. of Noah Tryon 
and Lucinda Wescott]; m. (2) L. G., Aug. 22, 1893, Mrs. Charlotte 
(Warner) Woodman [b. Wales, N, Y., Mch. 2, 1845; dau. of Daniel 



SEVENTH GENERATION. 117 

Warner and Catharine Kelly] ; res. L. G, ; form. Rochester, Minn.; 
street commissioner. $+ 

Charles Grant (1558,406) b. Norfolk, May 6, 1828; m. Markesan, 
Wis., June 23, 1856, Mary Elizabeth Church [b. Lansing, N. Y., 
Apr. 19, 1829; dau. of Major Church and Margaret Ann Albright] ; 
res. Redlands, Cal. ; form, in O., Wis., Minn., and Dak.; orange 
grower; chairman of board of supervisors, town clerk, assessor, 

J- P$+ 

Henry J. Grant (1558,407) b. Norfolk, Jime 6, 1830; m. (i) Ripon, 
Wis., Nov. 6, 1852, Aralin Augusta Daniels [b. Boston, Mass., 1831; 
d. Mch. 13, 1855, dau. of Nathan Daniels]; m. (2) Wellington, O., 
Mch. 13, 1856, Emily Antoinette Durkee [b. Pittsfield, Mass., 1836; 
d. Rochester, Minn., Oct. 18, 1866; dau. of Jas. Durkee]; m. (3) 
Whitewood, S. D., Nov. 28, 1888, Anna Beatty [b. New Comers- 
town, O., 1848; dau. of John Beatty and Margaret Graham]; res. 
Whitewood, S. D. ; form. Worthington, Minn. ; stock raiser and 
broker; dea. in. Cong. ch. at Worthington; elder in Pres. ch. at 
Whitewood. + 

John Grant (1558,408) b. Norfolk, Mch. 23, 1832; m. Ripon, Wis., 
July 10, 1 86 1, Ellen Norris, who was b. Caernarvon, Wales, Dec. 14, 
1837; res. R. ; grain buyer; alderman, member of school board, 
supervisor; ch. trustee and dea. + 

Francis Pearson Grant (1558,409) b. Wellington, O., Aug. 7 (i), 
1835; m. Milwaukee, Wis., Dec. 11, 1867, Mary Anna Bridges [b. in 
Mich., Nov. 18, 1845; d. Denver, Col., Sep. 17, 1879]; res. Lead- 
ville. Col. (145 E. 5th St.); form. Ripon, Wis; miner. + 

CJiildren of EupJirasia Grant {p. 55) and Harvey Phelps. 

Kezia Phelps (1558,410) b. Norfolk, June 13, 1818; m. Groton, N. 
Y. , Stephen Bostwick, of G. , who d. Cortland, N. Y., a. 1877; res. 
Homer, N. Y. ; form. C.f 

Ralph Phelps (1558,411) b. Norfolk, Apr. 16, 1820; d. July 24, 1823. 

Ralph Burnham Phelps (1558,412) b. Erie Co., N. Y., Apr. 27, 
1827; m. Eastport, Me., June 9, 1849, Sarah Jane Whitby [b. E., 
Apr. 7, 1830; d. Portland, Me., Dec. (July) 25, 1864 (1863); dau. of 

Thos. Whitby and Sarah ]; res. National Mil. Home, Dayton," 

O. ; form. Antwerp, N. Y. ; served in Mexican and Civil Wars and 
with Walker in Nicaragua. + 

Children of Kezia Grant [p. 55) and Cicero Phelps. 

Warren Phelps (1558,420) b. W. Groton, N. Y., Mch. 7, 1827; res. 
Homer, N. Y. ; form. Cortland, N. Y. ; surveyor. 

Marion Phelps (1558,421) b. W. Groton, N. Y., Dec. 17, 1828; d. 
Groton, N. Y., Nov. 9, 1847. 

Lancelot Jay Phelps (1558,422) b. W. Groton, N. Y., Jan. 14, 1838; 
d. Jan. I, 1848. 

Children of Huldah Grant {p. jj) and Robert Armstrong. 

Leroy Grant Armstrong (1558,430) b. Cortland, N. Y,, Mch. 7, 1834; 
m. (i) Lima, Wis., Jan. 21 (22), 1861, Sarah Delia Bond, of Milton, 
Wis. [b. in Pa., Oct. 29, 1834; d. Boscobel, Wis., Aug. 23, 1894; 



118 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

dau. of Jonathan Bond and Mary French]; m. (2) B., Jan. i, 1895, 
Rosena Baumeister [b. Garnavillo, Iowa, Mch. 13, 1868; dau. of 
David Baumeister and Rosena Stohle] ; res. B. ; form. Palmyra, 
Wis., and Fennimore, Wis.; physician; Univ. of Wis. 1854-6, M.D. 
Rush Med. Coll. 1859, Coll. of Phys. and Surg. 1873-4; Asst. Surg. 
8th and 6th Reg-ts. Wis. V. I. 1862-5, Surg. 48th Regt. Wis. V. I. 
1865-6; examining surgeon for pensions 1867-83; chairman of board 
of supervisors, alderman, health officer, member of school board 
1868-92, mayor; vice-pres. and pres. Wis. State Med. Soc.$-H 

Giles Kinney Armstrong (1558,431) b. Groton, N. Y., Apr. 14, 1836; 
d. G., Feb. 26, 1837. 

Victoria Armstrong (1558,432) b. Groton, N. Y., July 9, 1838; m. 
Brodhead, Wis., Oct. 18, 1865, Hammond Samuel Ames [b. Elling- 
ton, N. Y., Aug. 29, 1840; s. of Lester Ames and Eleanor Dunbar] ; 
res.' Janesville, Wis. (18 S. Bluff St.); form. Boscobel, Wis., and 
Brodhead; livery and boarding stable; Orderly Sergt. 5th Wis. 
Inf. 1861-5. 

Alfred Riley Armstrong (1558,433) b. Groton, N. Y., Mch. 24, 1840; 
d. G. , May 4, 1842. 



EIGHTH GENERATION. 

CIvAN A. 

Children of Nancy Grant {p. 56) atid Adolphus Haivkins. 

Olive Hawkins (1103,3100) bp. E. Windsor, June 19, 1803; m. 

Joseph Anthony Hawkins (1103,3101) bp. E. Windsor, May 12, 1804; 

m. (i) Nov, 27, 1825, Submit French; m, (2) ; res. Conneaut, 

O. ; farmer; i child by each m.+ 

Benjamin Pitkin Hawkins (1103,3102) bp. E. Windsor, Aug. 25, 1808. 

William Henry Hawkins (1103,3103) bp. E. Windsor, Sep. 15, 1811; 
m. ; res. in O. 

Orrin Wells Hawkins (1103,3104) bp. E. Windsor, Nov. 1813; d. ; 
m. ; res. (Austinburg ?), O. 

Hannah Grant Hawkins (1103,3105) bp. E. Windsor, July 6, 1817; 
d. in Vt. ; m. Benj. Gray, of Vt. 

Childre7i of CJiloe Grant {p. jd) and Joel King. 

Mary Walker King (1103,3120) bp. E. Windsor, Jan. 29, 1816; d. 

Eliza Verstille King (1103,3121) bp. E. Windsor, July 21, 1816; d. 
unm. 

Charlotte Sophia King (1103,3122) bp. E.Windsor, Nov. 23, 1817; 
d. s. p. ; m. Hartford, Anson Allen; res. H. 

Mary King (1103,3123) bp. E. Windsor; June 5, 1824; d. 

Henry King (1103,3124) bp. E. Windsor, July 30, 1826; d. s. p. 
Hartford; m. twice. 

Jane King (1103,3125) bp. E. Windsor, July 30, 1826; d. s. p. 
Hartford ; m. Griswold. 

Harriet King (1103,3126) d. 

Children of Aaron Grant (/. ^6) and Eleanor Osborn. 

Mary Ann Grant (1103,3140) b. E. Windsor Hill, Mch. 27, 1817; d. 
unm. S. Windsor, Nov. 19, 1846; res. S. W. 

Joseph Osborn Grant (1103,3141) b. E. Windsor Hill, July 27, 1818; 
d. s. p. Benicia, Cal., 188-; m. Warehouse Pt., Mch. 1855, Jose- 
phine Madison [b. Windsorville ; dau. of Madison and 

Treat]; went to Cal. 1848; returned and res. W. P. and New Britain; 
rem. 1869 to B. ; wid. res. Holyoke, Mass. ; carpenter; dea. of Pres. 
ch. at B. 

Laura Adelia Grant (1103,3142) b. E. Windsor Hill, Aug. 16, 1820; 
d. Middletown, Dec. 27, 1889 (1890); m. (i) E. W. H., Jan. 30, 1844, 
Edwin Hurlburt [b. Enfield, Jan. 30, 1821; d. E., May 27, 1853; s. 
of Obadiah Hurlburt and Elizabeth Warriner]; m. (2) Hartford, 
Orlin Dorman, who d. E. ; res. S. Windsor and E. ; Mr. H. was a 
farmer, Mr. D. a carpenter and merchant. + 

Ethan Archer Grant (1103,3143) b. E. Windsor Hill, July 3, 1822; 
d. bef. 1897; m. in Cal., Margaret J. Hull, who was b. in O. ; res. 

119 



120 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

E. W. H. ; rem. 1847 to Cal. with a colony; res. Sacramento, Cal., 
and Perkins, Cal. ; blacksmith and farmer; 9 chil. + 

Emily Cornelia Grant (1103,3144) b. E. Windsor Hill, Feb. 14, 1824; 
m. S.Windsor, Feb. 21, 1847, Ammi Skinner [b. E. Windsor, Sep. 
13, 1818; d. S. W., May 3 (7), 1867; s. of Oliver Skinner and Rachel 
Janes]; res. E. Hartford (5 Orchard St.); form. Manchester, Stough- 
ton, Mass., and Wapping. + 

Willie Grant (1103,3 1 44A) b. E. Windsor Hill, Dec. 27, 1827; d. 
same day. 

Samuel Pitkin Grant (1103,3145) b. E. Windsor Hill, Oct. 1828; d. 
E. W. H., July 14, 1832. 

Franklin Aaron Grant (1103,3146) b. E. Windsor Hill, Feb. 8, 1830; 
d. Buckingham, Feb. 6, 1890; m. Enfield, Dec. 26, 1852, Harriet 
Almira Forbes [b. Middletown, Apr. 27, 1828; dau. of Peter Forbes 
and Eliza Wade] ; res. B. ; wid. res. Rocky Hill ; farmer; postmaster, -t- 

Lucy Eleanor Grant (1103,3147) b. E. Windsor Hill, Dec. 8, 1831; 
d. s. p. Middletown, Oct. 6. 1884; m. M., Geo. A. Barnes [b. M., 
Oct. 6, 1833; d. M., Jan. 28, 1882; s. of Caleb Barnes and Narcissa 
Petit] ; res. M. ; silver-plater. 

Samuel Grant (1103,3148) b. E. Windsor Hill, Mch. 16, 1833; d. 
unm. Windsorville, Dec. 27, 1861. 

Joel Grant (1103,3149) b. E. Windsor Hill, July 1835; d. E. W. H., 
Jan. 30 (31), 1836. 

Children of Lncretia Grant [p. ^6) and Lester Breivster. 

Jane Brewster (1103,3160) d. Mansfield; m. Dr. Porter, of M., who 
d. M. ; served in Civil War. + 

Edward or Edwin Brewster (1103,3161) d. New Orleans, La., as a. 
24; carpenter. 

Francis Brewster (1103,3162) d. Vernon, ae a. 17 yrs. 

Cliildrcn of Harvey Grant (/. ^6) and Sarah E. O shorn. 

Thomas Sadd Grant (1103,3170) b. S. Windsor, May 28, 1830; m. (i) 
Paxtori, Mass., Nov. 1854, Mary Amelia Pratt [b. Vernon, 1837; d. 
Bristol, Dec. 1869; dau. of David W. Pratt]; m. (2) Woodbury, Nov. 
24, 1870, Marion Burr Atwood [b. W. ; d. B., 1891; dau. of Burr B. 
Atwood]; res. Windham; form. B. ; farmer; form, mechanic. + 

Sarah Elizabeth Grant (1103,3171) b. S. Windsor, Feb. 8, 1832; m. 
S. W., Mch. 15, 1851, Lyman Cogswell [b. Willington, Nov. i, 1829; 
s. of Geo. Washington Cogswell and Polly Dimock]; res. S. Coven- 
try; engineer. $+ 

George Harvey Grant (1103,3172) b. S. Windsor, Mch. 20, 1833; m. 
Glastonbury, Nov. 3, 1853, Amelia Haling [b. Marlborough, Jan. 28, 
1826; dau. of Andrew Haling and Amelia Morgan]; res. Bristol; 
mechanic. 

Hannah Sophia Grant (1103,3173) b. S. Windsor, Feb. 24, 1838; m. 
S. W., Nov. 20, 1856, Henry Horace Noble [b. Willington, June i, 
1828; s. of Solomon Noble and Dorcas Winton]; res. S. Coventry; 
form. Mansfield; brick-mason; served in loth Conn. Vol Reet in 
Civil War. + 



EIGHTH GENERATION. 121 

Emma Jane Grant (1103,3174) b. S. Windsor, Aug. i, 1844; d. unm. 
S. Coventry, June 21, 1874; res. S. C. ; box maker. 

CJitldren of Naomi H. Hurlburt {p. §6) and Samuel Ryder. 

Horace Ryder (1103,3200) b. New Hartford, Apr. 25, 1799; d. s. p. 
Austinburg, O., July 18, 1871; m. (i) Nancy Webb, who d. June 10, 
1864, se 6t^\ m. (2) Jane , who m. (2) Fobes; wid. res. A. 

Naomi Ryder (1103,3201) b. ISTew Hartford, Feb. 20, 1802; d. Jef- 
ferson, O., Jan. 8, 1886; m. Austinburg-, O., Nov. 29, 1827, Eben 
Fletcher Hickok [b. Sheffield, Mass., Apr. 21, 1800; d. J., Oct. 21 
(26), 1870; s. of Durlin Hickok and Betsy Fletcher]; res. J.; 
farmer; dea. + 

Ryder (1103,3202) (s.), d. 

Henry Grant Ryder (1103,3203) b. New Hartford, June 6, 1806; d. 
Austinburg, O., Feb. 22, 1885; m. Leroy, O., Feb. 14, 1835, Ann 
French [b. Northampton (Westhampton), Mass., Oct. 29, 1805; d. 
A., Nov. 25, 1888]; res. A.; farmer. + 

Lydia Ryder (1103,3204) b. Austinburg, O., Feb. 25, 1807 (?); d. 
Jefferson, O., Mch. 6, i860; m. (as 2d w.) A., June 26, 1833, Durlin 
Whelpley Hickok [b. wSheffield, Mass., Nov. 9, 1802; d. J., May 17, 
1872; s. of Durlin Hickok and Betsy Fletcher]; res. J.; carpenter, 
millwright, and miller. + 

Frederick Ryder (1103,3205) d. Austinburg, O. ; res. A.+ 

Ryder (iio3,3205A) (dau.), d. 

Ryder (iio3,3205B) (dau ), d. 

Betsey Belden Ryder (1103,3206) b. Austinburg, O., Mch. 6 (7), 
1816; m. Jefferson, O., Oct. 2, 1842, John Mack Walker [b. Hender- 
son, N. Y., Apr. 10 (9), 1820; d. A., Apr. 8 (7), 1881; s. of Joseph 
Walker and Phila Mack]; res. A. ; form. H. and J. ; farmer. f + 

Emeline Ryder (1103,3207) b. Austinburg, O., Feb. 16, 1818; d. 
June 2, 1897; m. Jefferson, O., Oct. 20, 1842, Frederick Borea Pierce 
[b. Vt. , June 1820; d. A., Apr. 26, 1894; s. of Samuel Pierce and 
Naomi Patterson]; res. A. + 

Clarissa Ryder (1103,3208) m. Austinburg, O., Day; res. 

Midland, Mich.* 

Eunice Ryder (1103,3209) m. Pierce; res. Vernon Center, 

Minn.; form. Garden City, Minn.f 
CJiildren of Erastus G. Hurlburt [p. ^6) and Clarissa A. Goodzuin. 

Clarissa Ann Hurlburt (1103,3240) b. Winchester, Feb. 19, 1814; d. 
Dec. 30, 1879; m. Windsor, O., Sep. 3, 1837, Benj. Norris; res. 
Hartsgrove, O. + 

Erastus Belden Hurlburt (iio3,324oA) b. Winchester, June 5, 1815; 
d. Mch. 14, 18 18. 

Elizabeth Hurlburt (i 103, 3240B) b. Winchester, Feb. 14(4), 1817; 
d. s. p. Farmington, O. , Mch. 12, 1855; m. Hartsgrove, O., July 
1842, Silas M. Hudson. 

Louisa Hurlburt (1103,3241) b. Winchester, Aug. 5, 18 18; m. Harts- 
grove, O., Feb. 21, 1843, Sweeny Chauncy Freer [b. Seneca, N. Y., 
Jan. 8, 18 18; d. Vinton, Iowa, Nov. 15, 1S83]; res. Mt. Vernon, 
Iowa; form. V.; M. E. minister. f + 



122 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

Belden Goodwin Hurlburt (1103,3242) b. Winchester, Mch. 25, 1820; 
m. (i) Hopedale, O., July 4, 1850, Caroline DeLany [b. Green, Har- 
rison Co., O., Oct. 26, 1829; d. Woodland, Cal., Aug. 15, 1884; dau. 
of Samuel DeLany and Betsy McNeely]; m. (2) San Jose, Cal., Feb. 
20, 1896, Abbie Churchill Phelps, who was b. Salem, Mass., May 
1842; res. Campbell, Cal. ; form. Nauvoo, 111., Sutter Co., Cal., and 
S. J.; lawyer and orchardist; judge of Cal. criminal and probate 
courts, member of both houses of Cal. legislature. + 

Erastus Dorr Hurlburt (1103,3243) b. Winchester, Apr. 5, 1822; d. 
Goshen, July 28, 1840. 

Edward Griffin Hurlburt (1103,3244) b. Winchester (Manchester), 
Mch. 12, 1824; d. Hartsgrove, O., June 2, 1897; m. Orwell, 0.,Dec. 
31, 185 1, Jane Elizabeth Babcock, who was b. O., Nov. 23, 1832; res. 
H. ; extensive farmer, dealer in live stock, dairyman, and for a short 
time kept a general store. + 

Russell Higley Hurlburt (1103,3245) b. Winchester, Apr. 21, 1826; 
d. Marion, Iowa, Apr. 14, 1883; m. Morgan, O., Apr. 29, 185 1, Celia 
Almira Latimer [b. Morgan, Apr. 29, 1832; dau. of Harvey Latimer 
and Almira Weston] ; res. Marion ; M. E. minister (Erie and E. Ohio 
Conferences) 1850-75, then physician; in early life farmer and 
teacher; D.D. Mt. Union Coll. 1874; M.D. Hahnemann Med. Coll., 
Cleveland, O., 1876; Chaplain 29th O. Vol. Regt. 11 mos. ; presid- 
ing elder, Erie Conference, 1864-72.$+ 

Jehiel Burr Hurlburt (1103,3246) b. Winchester, June i, 1828; m. 
(i) Cherry Valley, O., Oct. 10, 1857, Eliza (McFarland) Bushnell [b. 
Hartford, O. ; d. C. V., Sep. 1859; wid. of Luman J. Bushnell]; m. 
(2) Geneva, O., Nov. 11, i860, Sarah Almira Lloyd, who was b. 
Willoughby, O., Apr. 26, 1831; res. Luther, Iowa; farmer; private 
in Co. D. 32d Regt. Iowa Vol. Inf.; treas. of Boone Co., sheriff, 
postmaster. + 

Henry Clay Hurlburt (1103,3247) b. Winchester, Aug. 19, 1830; m. 
Trumbull, O., Mch. 10, 1850, Laura Cass Worthen [b. Bristol, N. H., 
May 28, 1830; dau. of Moses Worthen and Annie Sanborn] ; res. 
Bloomington, Kan.; form. Nodaway Co., Mo. ; farmer. + 

Ruth Maria Hurlburt (1103,3248) b. Winchester, July i, 1833 (1832); 
m. Ashtabula, O., Dec. 14, 1852, Benj. F. Seaton [b. Port Hope, 
Ontario, Nov. 11, 1820; s, of Wm. Seaton and Mary Adams]; res. 
Marion, Iowa; form. Massilon, O,, where she taught in the graded 
schools bef. m. ; he has been trustee of M. E. ch. 32 yrs. ; marshal, 
mayor, councilman,, sheriff. f + 

Lavid Elmer Hurlburt (1103,3249) b. Goshen, O. (Conn.), Dec. 26, 
1835; m. Lucy Babcock; res. Hartsgrove, O. ; private in a Pa. regt., 
3 mos.; ist Lieut, and Capt. 27th O. Vol. Regt.f + 
Child of TJwnias Hurlburt [p. 57). 

William Hurlburt (1103,3250) b. Torrington, Mch. 27, 1832; (prob. 
res. Canastota, N. Y.); form. Forest Port, N. Y. 

Children of Betsey Hurlburt (/. 57) a)id Thompson Higley. 

Rachel Higley (1103,3260) b. Windsor, O., Jan. 29, 1822; m. Sep. 
19, 1847, Ebenezer Nye [b. Sandwich, Mass., 1820; s. of Paul Nye 



EIGHTH GENERATION. 123 

and Abigail Allyn]; res. Goshen (S. Norfolk P. O.); form. W. ; 
farmer. + 

Eunice Higley (1103,3261) m. Bell; res. Hartsgrove, O.f 

Thompson Higley (1103,3262) res. Windsor, O.f 

Thomas Higley (1103,3263) d. s. p. 

Betsey Higley (1103,3264) d.+ 

CJiildren of Pamelia Dejuing {p. 57) and David Crane. 

Maria Francis Crane (1103,3420) b. Sep. 4, 1823; d. unm. July 20, 

1887; res. Wethersfield. 
David Crane (1103,3421) b. Wethersfield, Mch. 13, 1826; d. W., 

Jan. 29, 1882; m. W., Mch. 13, 1862, Katherine Callahan [b. W. , 

Sep. 5, 1838; d. W., Feb. 13, 1875; dau. of Matthew Callahan and 

Henrietta Belden]; res. W. ; farmer. + 
Sarah Grant Crane (1103,3422) b. Oct. 29, 1829; res. Wethersfield. f 
Juliette Crane (1103,3423) b. Feb. 10, 1833; res. Wethersfield. f 
Levi Deming Crane (1103,3424) b. June 26, 1835; d. Dec. 2, 1847. 
Abigail Amelia Crane (1103,3425) b. July 21, 1838; m. May 8, 1867, 

Salmon Durance Jones, who was b. White Mills, Pa., Apr. 5, 1836; 

res. Stony Pt., N. Y. ; M. E. minister; A. M. Wesleyan Univ. 1865. 

CJiildren of Horace Grant {p. 57) and ElizabetJi Potter. 

Elizabeth Ann Grant (1103,3500) b. (nr. Toronto, Ontario ?) ; d. Buf- 
falo, N. Y., a. 1845; m. nr. Detroit, Mich., a. 1839, Geo. Lyman 
Markham [b. in Conn.; d. Chicago, 111., a. 1887]; res. Great Bar- 
rington, Mass. ; butcher. + 

Susan Grant (1103,3501) d. ; m. Durfee. 

Horace Lumis Grant (1103,3502) b. Port Hope, Ontario, Nov. 19, 
1822; d. Oregon, 111., Dec. 28, 1891; m. O., Jan. 30, 1858, Mary 
Caroline Bowen [b. P. H., Feb. i, 1839; dau. of Warren Bowen and 
Jane Collier]; res. Paines Pt., 111.; rem. 1891 to O. ; farmer; school 
trustee and director, highway commissioner. + 

Sarah Mabel Grant (1103,3503) m. Hamlin, who d. ; res. 

Lindenwood, Ill.f 

Selina Manly Grant (1103,3504) m. Burroughs, who d. ; res. 

Paines Pt., IlLf 

Augusta Sophia Grant (1103,3505) m. Starring; res. Worth- 

ington, Minn.f 

John Lafayette Grant (1103,3506) res. Paines Pt., 111. ; farmer.f 
CJiildren of James Grant {p. 57) and Anna Hurlbiirt [p. 57). 

John Grant (1103,3520) d. in Canada, bef. 1831, se a. 18 yrs. 

James Grant (1103,3521) d. y. in Canada. 

Grant (1103,3522) d. y. 

Children of James Grant {p. 57) and Susan Haivkins. 
Grant (1103,3523) (dau.), d. inf. 



Mary AMra Grant (1103,3524) b. Port Hope, Ontario, July 5, 1851; 
m. P. H., Oct. 9, 1880, Wm. Henry Parsons [b. P. H., Jan. 31, 
1849; s. of Wm. Parsons and Margaret Trick]; res. P. H. (104 John 
St.); travelling salesman; trustee of M. E. ch. since 1879. + 



124 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

CJiildren of Rniben P. Grant (/. 57) and Elisabeth Wetlierell. 

Mark Grant (1103,3530) b. Hope, Ontario, Apr. 28, 1821; d. Jan. 
27, 1840. 

Mary Grant (1103,3531) b. Hope, Ontario, Aug, 31, 1822; m. H., 
Jan. 20, 1847, Isaac Brock Ostrom [b. Sidney, Ont., May 20, 1812; 

d. S., Apr. 18, 1898; s. of Daniel Ostrom and Chrysler]; res. 

Belleville, Ont.; farmer; ensign in militia 1837.$+ 

Annie Grant (1103,3532) b. Hope, Ontario, May 21, 1824; d. Nov. 

15. 1833- 
Charles Grant (1103,3533) b. Hope, Ontario, Aug 8, 1826; d. Sep. 

26, 1845. 

Eliza Grant (1103,3534) b. Hope, Ontario, Sep. 10, 1830; m. (i) 
Cobourg, Ont., Nov. 30, 1853, Chas. Moiinteer [b. Yorkshire, Eng. , 
Feb. ID, 1831; d. H., Nov. 3, 1886; s. ofWm. Mounteer and Frances 
Ogley]; m. (2) Port Hope, Ont., Apr. 19, 1893, John E. Bebee, 
who was b. H., Oct. 20, 1828; res. Charlecote, Ont.; Mr M. was a 
farmer. + 

Emily Grant (1103,3535) b. Hope, Ontario, Nov. 6, 1832; d. May 
18, 1880. 

Jane Grant (1103,3536) b. Hope, Ontario, Sep. 18, 1834; d. s p. 
Apr. 28, 1863; m. Sep. 18, 1858, Wm. Chaplin. 

James Carlton Grant (1103,3537) b. Cobourg, Ontario, Oct. 25, 1836; 
d. June II, 1862. 

Reuben Carroll Grant (1103,3538) b. Cobourg, Ontario, Oct. 26, 1838; 
m. Hope, Ont., Feb. 20, 1S66, Catharine Mary Walker [b. Clarke, 
Ont., June 26, 1841; d. Toronto, Ont., Feb. 18, 1894; dau. of John 
Walker and Mary Odell]; res. Hatboro, Pa. ; form. T. ; printer and 
publisher; served in 67th 111. Vol. Regt. 1862. + 

Edgerton Ryerson Grant (1103,3539) b. nr. Port Hope, Ontario, July 
25 (20), 1841 ; d. Hartly, Del., Dec 29, 1891; m. Cavanville, Ont., 
Dec. 29, 1870, Elizabeth Guy [b. Cornwall, Eng., Nov. 11, 1847; 
dau. of Wm. Guy and Maria Martin]; wid. res. Philadelphia, Pa. 
(1623 Ellsworth St.).+ 

CJiildren of Whitney Grant [p. 57) and Clarissa Calender. 

Erastus W. Grant (1103,3540) b. Port Hope, Ontario; d. unm. W. 
Springfield, Pa. ; res. W. S. ; sailor. 

Sarah Grant (1103,3541) b. Port Hope, Ontario, Sep. 9, 1824; d. 
Nottingham, O., Jan. 15, 1891; m. Springfield, Erie Co., Pa., Aug. 
24, 1862, John Hale [b. Morristown, N. Y., Aug. 10, 1822; d. N., 
Feb. 17, 1887; s. of Benj. Hale and Jannette Bowie]; lake captain. + 

James Grant (1103,3542) b. Port Hope, Ontario, 1826; d. Conneaut, 
O., 1890; m. Springfield, Pa., 1854, Sarah Guthrie [b. S. ; d. C, 
1893; dau. of Jas. Guthrie]; res. C. ; ship carpenter and sailor. + 

Joseph Grant (1103,3543) b. Port Hope, Ontario; d. unm. Conneaut, 
O. ; res. C. ; sailor. 

Reuben Grant (1103,3544) b. Buffalo, N. Y., Apr. 29, 1834; m. 
Painesville, O., Dec. 8, 1864, Kate Ann Nichols [b. Whitby, Canada, 
Apr. 2, 1840; dau. of Alex. Nichols and Angeline Elsworth]; res. 



EIGHTH GENERATION. 125 

Shepherdsville, O. (Trowbridge P. O.); form. Conneaut, O., and nr. 
Locust Pt. , O. ; wood merchant; form, sailor; sheriff of Ottawa Co.+ 

John Grant (1103,3545) b. W. Springfield, Pa.; d. unm. Sandusky, 
O., Apr. 5, 1864; sailor. 

Child of JoJin Grant {p. ^y) and CyntJiia Payn. 

Lydia Ann Grant (1103,3550) b. Torrington, Aug. 24, 1824; m. T., 
Jan. I, 1846, Francis M. Hale; res. T. 1846. 

Children of John Grant {p. 57) and Elizabeth Vining. 

George W. Grant (1103,3551) b. Torringford, Mch. 20, 1827; res. 
Manchester, Iowa, f 

Adeline Elizabeth Grant (1103,3552) b. Torringford, Mch. 4, 1830; m. 
Rochester, N. Y., Oct. 10, 1848, John Rolland Steele [b. Edinburgh, 
Scotland, June 26, 1824; d. Rochelle, 111., Apr. 6, 1894; s. of Peter 
Steele]; res. Rochelle; contractor. + 

John W. Grant (1103,3553) b. Simsbury, Mch. 18, 1834; res. Nor- 
folk, Neb.f 

Thomas Pitkin Grant (1103,3554) b. Simsbury, Apr. 24, 1835; d. 
Lansing, Iowa, Sep. 27, 1896; m. (i) L., May 5, i860, Maria Lemen 
[b. in Ind., Apr. 1842; d. L., Apr. 27, 1863; dau. of Gabriel Le- 
men]; m. (2) L., Sep. 30, 1867 (1865), Mary Elizabeth Ballard [b. 
Hillier, Ontario, Nov. 19, 1847; dau. of Chas. Ballard and Tabitha 
McDonald]; res. L. ; hardware merchant. + 

Smith H. Grant (1103,3555) b. Simsbury, Nov. 9, 1838; res. Madi- 
son, Neb.f 

Luman V. Grant (1103,3556) b. Simsbury, Mch. 9, 1841; d. unm. 
Saratoga, N. Y., 1865 (1866); served in Civil War. 

James L. Grant (1103,3557) b. Simsbury, Sep. i, 1844; m. Columbus, 
Neb., June 29, 1874, Harriet A. Slagle [b. Paines Pt., 111., Mch. 6, 
1847 ; dau. of Chas. Slagle and Malinda Eyster]; res. Madison, Neb. ; 
farmer; merchant 1880-90; served in Co. D. 39th 111. Regt. 1861-2, 
Co. M. 8th 111. Cav. 1864-5; town treas. , councilman. + 

Children of Anna Grant (/. 57) and Jacob Merkley. 

James Merkley (1103,3560) d. 

Whitney Merkley (1103,3561) d. in Fla. a. 1897; res. Port Hope, 
Ontario. 

Sarah Ann Merkley (1103,3562) m. Wilfred Gaudrie; res. Chicago, 
111. (11 15 W. VanBuren St.); form. Port Hope, Ontario.f 

Merkley (1103,3563) (s.), d. 

CJiildren of Solynian W. Grant {p. 57) and Lncinda Rollo. 

Lucy Amelia Grant (1103,3700) b. Conneaut, O., Nov. 7, 1837; m. 
Ogdensburg, N. Y., Mch. 5, 1857, Hon. Wm. Case Brown, of O. [b. 
in N. Y., Apr. 1818; d. O., Dec. 12, 1870; s. of Anthony C. Brown; 
m. (i) Sophia Bissell Haskell (b. Apr. 4, 1823; d. May 1855; dau. 
of Eli Bissell Haskell and Susan Bissell)]; res. Aurora, 111. (223 Ben- 
ton St.); form. O. ; lawyer. + 

Arthur Morris Grant (1103,3701) b. Dec. 2, 1839 (1840); m. Mary 
Thomason, of Nevada; res. Salt Lake City, Utah (Box 485); served 
2 yrs. in Civil War under Gen. McClellan.f+ 



126 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

Ralph Rollo Grant (1103,3702) b. Conneatit, O., Aug. 28, 1842; m. 
Wakefield, Mass., Apr. 23, 1879, Annie Louise Baker, of Westfield, 
Mass. [b. Boston, Mass., Feb. i, 1850; dau. of John K. L. Baker and 
Cordelia Richards Carter]; res. Salt Lake City, Utah (263 W. S. 
Temple St.); private in Co. K. i8th N. Y. Vol. Regt. in Civil War 
2 yrs.$+ 

Lucinda Frances Grant (1103,3703) b. Jan. 16, 1846; d. Aug. (July) 
4, 1846. 

CJiildren of Solyman W. Grant {p. 57) and Eliza A. Warner. 

Luda Warner Grant (1103,3704) b. Brooklyn, N. Y., Aug. 14, 1850; 
m. Waverley, Mass., Jan. 4, 1872, Benj. Turner Stephenson [b. 
Boston, Mass., Mch. 27, 1849; s. of Benj. Turner Stephenson and 
Nancy Kelleran Hall]; res. Dorchester, Mass. (5 Ware St.).$+ 

Esther Parsons Grant (1103,3705) b. E. Windsor, Aug. 21, 1853; d. 
Prescott, Canada, Dec. 28, 1858. 

Ellen Augusta Grant (1103,3706) b. Ogdensburg, N. Y., July 7, 1855 ; 
m. Charlestown, Mass., Nov. i, 1886, Joseph Waldo Wardner [b. 
Boston, Mass., Sep. 21, 1857; s, of Geo. Waldo Wardner and Mary 
Elizabeth Jones]; res. C. (32 Union St.); she was a dressmaker 
bef. m.$ 

Sears Hurxthall Grant (1103,3707) b. Prescott, Canada, Nov. 29,1858; 
m. Ogdensburg, N. Y., Dec. i, 1886, Harriet Edsall Seely [b. O., 
Mch. 30, i860; dau. of John Fine Seely and Hannah Edsall]; res. 
Dorchester, Mass. (323 Quincy St.); constable and auctioneer. + 

Children of Alniena W. Grant (/. ^8) and JosiaJi W. Turner. 

Rollo EUingwood Turner (1103,3710) b. Jan. (June) 29, 1841; d. Sep. 
4, 1842, " ae 14 mos." 

Mary Frances Turner (1103,3711) b. Great Barrington, Mass., Jan. 2, 
1843; d. Cleveland, O., June 17, 1872; m. Waverley, Mass., Oct. 21, 
1869, Dr. Jas. Beniah McConnell [b. Hull, Quebec, July 27, 1838; 
s. of Jas. McConnell and Eliza Ann Smith ; m. (2) her sister Har- 
riet]; res. Cleveland, O. ; M.D. National Med. Coll.; 2 sons d. ae a 
day or two. 

Harriet Almena Turner (1103,3712) b. Great Barrington, Mass., 
Mch. 4, 1850; d. Strongsville, O., Aug. 10, 1891 ; m. Waverley, Mass., 
Aug. 27, 1874, Jas. B. McConnell, wid. of her sister Mary; res. 
Cleveland, O. ; rem. to S. + 

Children of Eliziir F. Grant {p. ^8) and Lucinda A. Spaidding. 

Elizabeth Almena Grant (1103,3720) b. Conneaut, O., Aug. 5, 1836; 
d. C, Apr. 16 (21), 1842. 

Josiah Turner Grant (1103,3721) b. July 13(15), 1838; res. Con- 
neaut, O. ; farmer. 

Lydia Annette Grant (1103,3722) b. Feb. 22, 1843; res. Conneaut, O. 

LucindaMariaGrant (1103.3723) b. Conneaut, O., Aug. 17, 1862; 
m. C, Aug. 22, 1883, Henry Anderson, of C, who was b. nr. Cin- 
cinnati, O., Mch. 25, 1853; res. C. ; storekeeper for N. Y. C. and S. 
L. R. R. since 1882. + 



EIGHTH GENERATION. 127 

Child of Benjamin Grant [p. ^8) and Clarissa Sedgzvick, 
Clara Grant (1103,3800) b. McKean, Pa., Feb. 9, 1837; m. Nov. 9, 
1859, Christopher H. France [b. Apr. 23, 1835; s. of Christopher 
France and Maria Horn]; divorced 1891; res. Erie, Pa. (138 W. i8th 
St.) ; form. Summit, Pa.; carpenter. + 

Children of Benjamin Grant {p. j8) and Jane Mudge. 
Henry W. Grant (1103,3801) b. Mch. 9, 1841; d. July 14, 1863, " in 
2ist yr. "; Lieut. Co. C. 145th Pa. Vol. Regt. in Civil War. 

Abi Grant (1103,3802) b. Mch. 21, 1843; d. Spring Creek, Pa., June 

5, 1896; m. Mch. 21, 1866, Wm. Baker. + 

CJiildren of William C. Grant {p. ^8) and Betsey Sedgzvick. 
"William C.Grant (1103,3810) b. McKean, Pa.; d. in 111., July 16, 
1893; bur. nr. Erie, Pa.; m. Harriet Maria Egnor [d. E., Feb. 11, 

1885; dau. of EgnorandAnn ]; res. E. ; farmer, hotel 

keeper, insurance; constable several yrs. + 

Elizabeth Grant (1103,3811) d. bef. i860, ae a. 20 yrs. 

Children of TJieodosia Grant {p. ^8) and Jonathan Rockzvell. 
Simeon Sadd Rockwell (1103,3820) b. Summit, Erie Co., Pa., July 

6, 1819 ; d. S., Aug. II, 1874 (1875) ; ™- Fairview, Pa., Jan. 22, 1843, 
Martha Kenyon Luther [b. Otsego Co., N. Y., Mch. 21, 1818; d. 
Limestone, N. Y., Apr. 6, 1890; dau. of Wm. Luther and Martha 
Kenyon]; res. S., except 1852-62 in Columbia Co., Wis.; farmer. + 

Louisa Rockwell (1103,3821) b. a. 1822; m. John Sedgwick. + 

Isadus Rockwell (1103,3822) b. a. 1824; m, Jeannette Fronce. 

Julia Rockwell (1103,3823) b. a. 1826; d. a. 1848. 

Lydia Rockwell (1103,3824) b. a. 1828; m. Wm. Kenyon. 
CJiildren of Levi Grant (/>. jt?) and Lucy May. 

Grant (1103,3830) (s.), d. y. 

Eliza Grant (1103,3831) b. Apr. 1834; d. s. p. Feb. 12, 1862; m. a. 

1859, Benj. Riblet, who m. (2) ; res. Harbourcreek, Pa. 

CJiildren of TimotJiy Grant {p. j8) and Louisa Wiszvell. 

Delilah Grant (1103,3840) b. a. 1833; m. (i) a. 1848, Milo Kendall; 
m. (2) Davis; res. in Minn. ; chil. 

Josiah Grant (1103,3841) b. a. 1835 ;d. Spartansburg, Pa,, Aug. 1855. 

Lucinda Grant (i 103,3842) b. a. 1837 ; d. Columbus, Wis. ; m. 

Houghton. + 

Lorenzo Grant (1103,3843) b. McKean, Pa., Aug. 29, 1838; m. 
Waterford, Pa., Feb. 16, 1875, Effie Sedgwick (1103,3874); res. M. ; 
farmer; private in Co. A. ist Cal. Vol. Cav. 1861-4.$ 

Ellen Grant (1103,3844) b. a. 1841; m. (i) Kidder; m. (2) 

Green; m. (3) Byrne; res. Erie. Pa.*+ 

Arvilla Grant (1103,3845) b. June i, 1845; m. (i) Drury; 

m. (2) Jenkens; res. Battle Creek, Mich. (221 Washington St.). 

Children of Aaron Grant [p. jg) and CJiarlotte Dennis. 

Joseph Burnham Grant (1103,3850) b. McKean, Pa., Mch. 18, 1834; 
m. Fairview, Pa., Oct. 30, 1861, Martha Kenyon Luther [b. F., Oct. 

7, 1835; dau. of Geo. Pierce Luther and Cynthia Stuntz] ; res. Osage 



128 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

City, Kan.; form. M. ; farmer; form, teacher, and stock raiser and 
dealer; S. S. supt. ; town trustee. + 

Fannie Jane Grant (1103,3851) b. McKean, Pa., Aug, 2, 1835; ^• 
M., Dec. 22, 1857, Hiram Franklin Riblet [b. Erie, Pa., July 24, 
1830; s. of Michael Riblet and and Hannah Walker]; res. Ft. Wayne, 
Ind. (483 S. Harrison St.); form. E. ; locomotive engineer; dea. of 
Third Pres. Ch.+ 

Sarah Ann Grant (1103,3852) b. McKean, Pa., Aug. 7, 1837; d. 
Feb. (Mch.) 24, 1896; m. Jas. P. Stancliff; res. M. ; wid. res. Erie, 
Pa. (337 E. loth St.).+ 

Mary Elizabeth Grant (1103,3853) b. McKean, Pa., Oct. 25, 1840; 
d. Erie, Pa., July (June) 16, i860. 

Charlotte Rebecca Grant (1103,3854) b. McKean, Pa., Apr. 25, 1842; 
m. M., Mch. 3, 1866, Geo. Johnson Shepard [b. Sheffield, O., Sep. 
24, 1838; d. Erie, Pa., Mch. 12, 1897; s. of Wm. McArthur Shepard 
and Lucy Stilson]; res. E. (130 W. i6th St.); form. Denmark, O. ; 
farmer until 1871; machinist in employ of L. S. and M. S. R. R. 
1871-97, being for some time foreman of the shop; private in Civil 
War 1861-5; she taught bef. m.+ 

Adeline Grant (1103,3855) b. McKean, Pa., June 18, 1845; d. Erie 
Co., Pa., July 30, 1845. 

Caroline Grant (1103,3856) b. McKean, Pa., June 21, 1848; d. 
Mch. 9, 1881; m. Jason Woods; wid. res. Waterford, Pa.+ 

Children of Martin Grant (/, jp) and Electa MoultJirop. 

Juliet Grant (1103,3860) b. McKean, Pa., July 31, 1836; m. (i) 
Cherrytree, Pa., Mch. 29, i860, John Craine [b. Cooperstown, Pa.; 
d. Andersonville, Ga., Aug, 29, 1864; s. of Geo. Craine and Sarah 
McCalmont]; m. (2) Mobile, Ala., Sept. 16, 1887, Lucien Byron 
Gould [b. Weare, N. H., Nov. 3, 1831; s. of Samuel Gould and 
Mary Perkins Colby]; res. Warrington, Fla. ; Mr. C. was a tanner; 
served in Co. H. 4th Pa. Cav. 186 1-4; Mr. G. is supt. of the National 
Cemetery; served in ist U. S. Inf. 6 yrs. ; ch. clerk. + 

Henrietta Grant (1103,3861) b. McKean, Pa., Apr. 22, 1838; m. 
Frenchtown, Pa., Feb. 3, 1861, James McFadden [b. Cherrytree, Pa., 
Dec. I, 1830; d. Hydetown, Pa., Jan. 25, 1883; s. of Manasses Mc- 
Fadden and Cecilia Griffin] ; res. Titusville, Pa. ; form. H. ; 
farmer. + 

Sophia Grant (1103,3862) b. Aug. 15, 1840; d. May 26 (24), 1886 

(1885, 1888); m. McFadden [d. ; s. of Manasses McFadden 

and Cecilia Griffin] ; res. Cherrytree, Pa. , and Hydetown, Pa. ; 4 chil. 
res. Centerville, Pa. + 

Caroline Grant (1103,3863) b. Apr. 15, 1842; m. Jasper Kerr; res. 
Titusville, Pa.f 

Eugene Leander Grant (1103,3864) b. May 15 (July 10), 1844; d. s. 
p. Annapolis, Md., Aug. 25, 1893 (1894); m. twice. 

Adella Grant (1103,3865) b. McKean, Pa., May 31, 1850; m. Sun- 
ville. Pa., Apr. 10, 1877, Mitchel Alcorn [b. Alcorntown, Crawford 

Co., Pa.; d. Dec. 1879; s. of Andrew Alcorn and Margaret ]; 

res. Seattle, Wash. (6003d Av.); form. Titusville, Pa., and Phila- 



EIGHTH GENERATION. 129 

delphia, Pa.; she is a medical electrician; grad. Electropathic Coll. 
1884. 

George Martin Grant (1103,3866) b. McKean, Pa., July 10, 185 1; m. 
Oil Creek, Pa., Ida Kerr [b. O. C., Sep. 5, 1859; dau. of Robt. Kerr 
and Hannah Curry]; res. Titusville, Pa.; farmer; town clerk. + 

Charles Grant (1103,3867) b. July 31 (30), 1853 (1854); d. s. p. 

Frank Leroy Grant (1103,3868) b. Aug. 30, 1856; d. s. p. Akron, O., 
Sep. (Oct.) 17, 1895 (1894); m. 

Jessie May Grant (1103,3869) b. Cherrytree, Pa., May 30, 1858 (1859) ; 
m. Chas. Battles; res. Titusville, Pa.f 

CJiildren of Julia A . Grant {p. jg) and Hiram Sedgivick. 

Solyman Sedgwick (1103,3870) b. Waterford, Pa., Apr. 29, 1831 ; m. 
W., May 3, i860, Mary Marsh [b. Cooperstown, N. Y., Dec. i, 1830; 
dau. of Jas. Marsh and Jane Thompson] ; res. Stevensville, Mont. ; 
farmer; enlisted in Co. F. 169th Pa. Inf. 1862; J. P. + 

Almena Sedgwick (1103,3871) b. Waterford, Pa., Apr. 21, 1834; m. 
W., Feb. 2, 1862, Theodore Hardin Marsh [b. Otsego, N. Y. ; s. of 
Jas. Marsh and Jane Thompson] ; res. W. ; farmer. + 

Bertram Sedgwick (1103,3872) b. Waterford, Pa., Mch. 16, 1837; m. 
W., Apr. 5, 1866, Phebe Wood Craker [b. W., Feb. 2, 1846; d. 
Wittenberg, Wis., Sep. 20, 1895; dau. of Levi Craker and Rhoda 
Hoy te Runnels] ; res. Wittenberg; f armer. + 

Louisa Sedgwick (1103,3873) b. Waterford, Pa., Aug. 3, 1840; m. 
(i) W., Oct. 23, i860, Henry A. Trask; m. (2) June 1883, John A. 
Drown, who was b. Rose, N. Y., May 16, 1825 ; res. Paw Paw, Mich.+ 

Effie Sedgwick (1103,3874) b. Waterford, Pa., June 2, 1845; m. 
Lorenzo Grant (1103,3843); res. McKean, Pa.f 

Arthur Sedgwick (1103,3875) b. Dec. 22, 1847; d. July 13, 1865. 

CJiildren of Elvira Grant (/. jp) and John Droiun. 

John Perry Drown (1103,3880) b. Feb. 13, 1839; ^- J^^Y 26, 1859. 

William Landaff Drown (1103,3881) b. Oct. 21, 1840; m. Waterford, 
Pa., Dec. 3, 1861, Delilah Fritts; res. McKean, Pa.f + 

Elvira Bird Drown (1103,3882) b. Mch. 2, 1847; d. Mch. 2, 1848. 

Julia Drown (1103,3883) b. McKean, Pa., Apr. 2, 1850; m. M., 
Mch. 26, 1868, Chester Beach Russell [b. Hamilton, N. Y., May 23, 
1846; s. of Beach M. Russell and Sarah Shapley] ; res. M. ; farmer 
and carpenter; served in Co. D. 6ist N. Y. Vol. Regt. ; town col- 
lector and auditor. $+ 

Jennie Lind Drown (1103,3884) b. McKean, Pa., July 15, 1855; m. 
(i) Feb. 7, 1878, Samuel Osborn, who d. Aug. 23, 1878; m. (2) Jan. 
25, 1881, Alson Marion Butler [b. Chautauqua Co., N. Y. , Dec. 20, 
1853; s. of Oscar Butler and Hannah A. Randall]; res. M. ; Mr. B. 
is a farmer; collector. + 

CJiildren of Calvin Grant [p. 60) and Sally Porter. 

Calvin Porter Grant (1103,4420) b. Covington, N. Y. , May 26, 1823; 
d. Napoli, N. Y., July 18, 1878; m. N., Sep. 18, 1843, Harriet New- 
ton LaDow [b. Otisco, N. Y., Dec. 24, 1822; dau. of Daniel LaDow 
and Polly Boardman] ; res. N. ; farmer. + 



130 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

Ira Warren Grant (1103,4421) b. NapoH, N. Y., July 21, 1828; d. 
Rockford, 111., Oct. 17, 1851. 

Children of Abigail Grant {p. 60) and Timothy Turner. 

Rufus Grant Turner (1103,4500) b. Great Barrington, Mass., Sep. 
7, 1807; d. Godfrey, 111., June 24, 1843; farmer. 

Turner (i 103, 4500A) b. Great Barrington, Mass., Jan. 7, 

1809; d, Jan. 10, 1809. 

Zina Allen Turner (1103,4501) b. Great Barrington, Mass., Dec. 21, 
1810; d. July 19, 1818. 

Bela Edwin Turner (1103,4502) b. Great Barrington, Mass., Oct. 2, 
1812; d. Owego, N. Y., July 6, 1895; minister. 

Wealthy Ann Turner (1103,4503) b. Great Barrington, Mass., June 
28, 1815; d. nr. Godfrey, 111., Feb. 3, 1845. 

Elizabeth Wheeler Turner (1103,4504) b. Great Barrington, Mass., 
July 26, 1817; d. Godfrey, 111., May 17, 1847. 

Hiram Gilbert Turner (1103,4505) b. Great Barrington, Mass., Oct. 
26, 1819; d. Rochester, N. Y., 1871. 

Jairus Burt Turner (1103,4506) b. Great Barrington, Mass., June 3, 
1823; m. Godfrey, 111., Mch. 24, 1846, Mary Rippey [b. Maysville, 
Ky., Dec. 6, 1825; dau. of John Rippey and Mary Yeats]; res. G. ; 
form. St. Louis, Mo.; plumber; postmaster; dea. , ch. clerk, S. S. 
supt. 40 yrs. ; director and clerk of Cemetery Asso. + 

Jabez Allen Turner (1103,4507) b. Great Barrington, Mass., Sep. 
21, 1825; d. Godfrey, 111. 

Timothy Dwight Turner (1103,4508) b. Great Barrington, Mass., 
Dec. 7, 1827; res. St. Louis, Mo.; plumber.f 

James Warren Turner (1103,4509) b. Great Barrington, Mass, Aug. 
10, 1830; d. Godfrey, 111., Oct. 25, 1849. 

Children of Pliila Grant {p. 60) and Lewis Gorliani. 

Gorham (1103,4510) (s.), d. inf. 

George Gorham (1103,4511) b. a. 1813; res. W. Stockbridge, Mass. ; 
form. Great Barrington, Mass. ; shoemaker, f 

Harriet Gorham (1103,4512) d. 

Mark Gorham (1103,4513) d. 

Eliza Gorham (1103,4514) d. 

William T. Gorham (1103,4515) b. Great Barrington, Mass., a. 1822; 
res. G. B. ; carpenter and builder. 

Frances Gorham (1103,4516) d. 

Edward L. Gorham (1103,4517) b. a. 1827; res. Great Barring- 
ton, Mass.f 

Abigail Gorham (1103,4518) b. a. 1828; m. Boing; res. Spring- 
field, Mass.* 

John Gorham (1103,4519) d. 

Children of Warren G. Grant [p. 60) and Sophia B. Wilcox. 

Ann Eliza Grant (1103,4530) b. Feb. 27, 1822; m. Darius Grace; 
res. Fowlerville, Mich.f 

Elisha Wilcox Grant (1103,4531) b. Great Barrington, Mass., Dec. 
10, 1823; m. Lock, Mich., Feb. 24, 1847, Amelia Jane Hitchcock [b. 



EIGHTH GENERATION. 131 

S. Dansville, N. Y. ; d. Conway, Mich., Mch. 3, 1896; dau. of Rus- 
sel Hitchcock and Evalina Wallace]; res. C. (Fowlerville P. O.); 
farmer. $+ 

John Gilbert Grant (1103,4532) b. Sep. 21, 1825; d. Conway, Mich,, 
Jan. 8, 1859 (1856).+ 

Lucy Ford Grant (1103,4533) b. Great Barrington, Mass., Dec. 8, 
1827; d. Auburn, Mich., Apr. 19, 1845. 

James D.Grant (1103,4534) b. July 12, 1834; left Conway, Mich., 
1856, and never heard from. 

Children of Roxana Grant {p. 60) and Jesse Brown. 

Elnathan Grant Brown (1103,6010). 

Daniel Fitch Brown (1103,6011). 

Jesse Brown (1103,6012). 

Rosanna Brown (1103,6013) m. Dr. Mclntire, who joined the Mor- 
mons; 2 chil. 

Francis Almon Brown (1103,6014). 

Edwin Brown (1103,6015). 

Child of Bulanra Grant (/. 66) and Aaron Talcott. 

Adelia Talcott (1103,6030) d. Ellington, Aug. 2, 1816, ae a. 2 yrs. 
(7 mos.). 

Children of Philenda Grant [p. 60) and Sylvester Nash. 

Elizabeth Whiting Nash (1103,6040) b. Hampshire Co., Va., June 
(July), 20 (21) 1825; d. Memphis, Tenn., Mch. i, 1891; bur. Pitts- 
burg, Pa. ; m. Middle Haddam, Sep. 2, 1845, Jas. Morrison McCombs, 
of M. [b. P., Apr. 181 5; d. Chicago, 111., Sep. 18, 1891; bur. P.]; 
res. M. and St. Louis, Mo.; hardware merchant; she was an accom- 
plished musician, a woman of high culture and great force of char- 
acter. + 

Susan Inskeep Nash (1103,6041) b. St. Albans, Vt., Dec. 31, 1826; 
res. Rouse's Pt., N. Y. ; for more than 30 yrs. a teacher, during which 
time she had about 1000 pupils, many of whom have become eminent. 

William Mead Nash (1103,6042) b. St. Albans, Vt, Dec. 31, 1826; 
d. S. A., Sep. 27, 1827. 

HarlinNash (1103,6043) b. St. Albans, Vt., Aug. 29, 1828; d. S. 
A., Feb. 27, 1829. 

Philenda Grant Nash (1103,6044) b. St. Albans, Vt., Jan. 8, 1830; d. 
E. Greenwich, R. I., Aug. 20, 1834. 

Children of Elijah Grant {p. 61) and Hannah Pierce. 

Othello Grant (1103,6110) b. Rodman, N. Y., Jan. 7, 1820; d. unm. 
Rosendale, Wis., Aug. 23, 1847; res. Antwerp, N. Y. ; rem. 1844 to 
R. ; farmer. 

Wareham Wolcott Grant (1103,6111) b. Rodman, N. Y., Sep. 10, 
1821; d. Newton, Iowa, Apr. 15, 1888; m. (i) Rosendale, Wis., Feb. 
9, 1848, Betsy M. Crane [b. Rome, N. Y., Mch. 7, 1828; d. Aug. 20, 
1850; dau. of Ezra Crane and Lucy Potter]; m. (2) St. Charles, 111., 
June 15, 1854, Mrs. Ruth Elizabeth (Plantz) Baker [b. Toronto, On- 
tario, Feb. 22, 1832; dau. of Philip Plantz and Mary Nettleton] ; rem. 
1846 to Rosendale, and to Menlo, Iowa, 1870; wid. res, Chicago, 111. 



132 THE GRANT FAMILY, 

(429 W. Ohio St.) ; farmer; many yrs. foreman in a lumber and grain 
business. + 

Ozias Grant (1103,6112) b. Rutland, N. Y., June 8, 1823; d. Rosen- 
dale, Wis., June 27, 1897; m. Ripon, Wis., Sep. 12, i860, Amelia 
Leora Soles [b, Trenton, N. Y., Aug. 25, 1840; dau. of Constant 
Soles and Sarah Amelia White]; rem. 1848 to nr. Rosendale; farm- 
er; supervisor. + 

Grace Reed Grant (1103,6113) b. Antwerp, N. Y., July 23, 1825; d. 
Plover, Wis., Mch. 18, 1887; m. Omro, Wis., July 3, 1859, Burritt 
Fisher Sanford [b. Plymouth, June 5, 1820; d. Madison, Wis., Apr. 
30, 1892; s. of Ephraim Sanford and Sally Sedgwick ; m. (i) Chagrin 
Falls, O., June 23, 1846, Margarette Sarah Hart (b. Groton, N. Y., Jan. 
13, 1828; d, Menasha, Wis., Oct. 15, 1857)]; rem. 1857 to Wis. ; res. 
Menasha, Wis. 1863-78; rem. to Plover; carpenter and clock repairer; 
Oberlin Coll. ; served in Civil War. + 

John Dodge Grant (1103,6114) b. Antwerp, N. Y., Mch. 18, 1827; 
m. A., Jan. 29, 1851, Angeline Arminda Carpenter [b. A., May 31, 
1833; dau. , of Thos. Carpenter and Ann Wright]; res. Luverne, 
Minn. ; form. Jefferson Co., N. Y. , and Geneseo, 111. ; farmer; mer- 
chant 1868-85; in G. was collector, mayor, trustee of First M. E. 
Ch. 17 yrs., S. S. supt. 13 yrs. + 

Myranda Ann Grant (1103,6115) b. Antwerp, N. Y., Apr. 23, 1831; 
m. A., May 12, 1856, Francis C. Jenkins [b. Fowler, N. Y., Sep. 13, 
1832; s. of Calvin Jenkins and Olive Kendall]; res. E. Wrightstown, 
Wis.; form. Greenleaf, Wis.; farmer; form, merchant. $+ 

Nathaniel Gilman Grant (1103,6116) b. Antwerp, N. Y., Mch. 31, 
1834; m. (i) E. Wrightstown, Wis., Nov. 5, 1858, Maria Ann Tyler 
[b. Wadsworth, O., Nov. 4, 1843; d. E. W., July 17, 1876; dau. of 
Benj. Tyler and Mary Ann Krotzer] ; m. (2) Watertown, N. Y., Feb. 
22, 1877, Susan Carrie Gifford [b. Watertown, July 12, 1833; dau. of 
John Gifford and Deborah Gotham]; res. E. W. ; form. A.; farmer; 
postmaster since 1867 ; director of Wrightstown and Morrison Farm- 
ers Mutual Ins. Co. since 1875; pres. since 1879; served on U. S. 
Ironclad Pittsburg 1864-5; supervisor, J. P., supt. of schools, as- 
sessor, chairman of the town ; dea. and trustee of Free Will Bapt. 
ch.$+ 

CJnldrcn of WareJiam Grant (/. 61) and Harriet Burton. 

Francis Berdett Grant (1103,6120) b. Rodman, N. Y., Sep. 7, 1833; 
d. Watertown, N. Y., Sep. 25, 1894; m. W., July i, 1857, Epheline 
Carpenter [b. Antwerp, N. Y., Apr. 2, 1835; dau. of Thos. Carpen- 
ter and Ann Wright]; res. R. ; rem. 1893-4 to W. ; farmer. + 

Irving D. Grant (1103,6121) b. Rodman, N. Y. ; d. R., Nov. 23, 

189I, £C 56.+ 

Roseal Leland Grant (1103,6122) b. Rodman, N. Y., a. 1837; res. 
Barnes Corners, N. Y.f + 

Rodolphus Norton Grant (1103,6123) b. Rodman, N. Y., Apr. i, 1841 
(1838 ?); m. EUisburgh, N. Y., Nov. 26, 1885, Mrs. Emma J. (Green) 
Tousley [b. Henderson, N. Y. ; d. July 12, 1887; dau. of Dyer Green 
and Priscilla Reed]; res. R. ; farmer; private in Co. B. loth N. Y. 
H. Art. 1861-5. 



EIGHTH GENERATION. 133 

Gelana Caroline Grant (1103, 6124) b. Rodman, N. Y., Dec. 16, 1841 ; 
m. Carthage, N. Y., Nov. 4, 1882, Jacob Rab [b. Rusbrick, France, 
May 15, 1842; s. of John Rab and Catherine Snider]; res. New Bre- 
men, N. Y. ; farmer. 

Delford Addison Grant (1103,6125) b. Rodman, N. Y., Oct. 12, 
1848; m. Watertown, N. Y., Sep. 2, 1880, Alice P. Green [b. R. ; 
dau. of Dyer Green and Priscilla Reed] ; res. R. ; farmer. + 

Mary Elizabeth Grant (1103,6126) b. Rodman, N. Y., Aug. 22, 
1851; m. R., Oct. 12, 1869, Abram Fralick [b. Brownville, N. Y., 
Jan. 18, 1852; s. of Peter Fralick and Catherine Vanderwalker] ; res. 
B. ; carpenter and millwright ; licensed exhorter and S. S. supt. + 
Children of Roxy TJirall (/. d/) and Leonard Bradley. 

Alvah Bradley (1103,6200) d. ; res. Cleveland, O. ; capt. of Lake 
Erie boats 21 yrs. ; 2 daus., i s. 

William Bradley (1103,6201) res. in O. 

Children of Horatio Thrall {p. 61) and Sibyl Clark. 

Roxana Thrall (1163,6210) b. Ellington; d. inf. E. 

Russell Thrall (1103,6211) b. Ellington, Oct. 4, 1825; m. Charlotte 
S. Grant (1211,1012); res. E. ; farmer; assessor, selectman, rep. 

Norman Thrall (1103,6212) Id. Ellington, May 4, 1827; m. Harriet 
J. Grant (1102,3015); res. Wapping; farmer. f 

Reuben Thrall (1103,6213) b. Ellington; res. E.f 

Moses Thrall (1103,6214) b. Ellington; res. E. Windsor. f 

Edwin Thrall (1103,6215) b. Ellington, July 4, 1834; m. Justina 
M. Grant (1120,3321); res. Windsorville; farmer.f 

Clarissa Thrall (1103,6216) b. Ellington; d. E. Hartford, 1890; m. 
E. Windsor, Augustus S. Lancaster; wid. res. S. Windsor. + 

Carlos "Wells Thrall (1103,6217) b. Ellington, Nov. 29, 1842; d. E., 
bet. July 27, 1891 and May 4, 1892; m. Rosette Grant (1120,3017). 
Children of Phila Grant [p. 61) and Timothy Coleman. 

T. Dwight Coleman (1103,6220) res. Brooklyn, N. Y. (115 Kosciusko 
St.); 2 chil.f 

Horatio Grant Coleman (1103,6221) d. 

Wolcott Coleman (1103,6222) d. 

Children of William Thrall {p. 61) and Amanda M. Hyde. 

William Thrall (1103,6230) d. Akron, 0.+ 

Aurelia Thrall (1103,6231) d. unm. Turnerville. 

Nelson Thrall (1103,6232) d. Ellington, se 17 yrs. 

Jason Thrall (1103,6233) d. unm.. Baton Rouge, La. , in Union army. 

Harriet Thrall (1103,6234) m. Wm. Gladding; res. Ellington.f 

Alva P. Thrall (1103,6235) b. Ellington, Mays, i844; d. E., 1883; 
m. Rozinah B. Grant (1211,1017); fanner. 

Betsey Thrall (1103,6236) m. Clinton Charter; res. Ellington.f 
Children of Ogdcn Grant {p. 61) and Mary Hunt. 

Mariette Grant (1103,6300) b. Vernon, Aug. 20, 1832; m. Apr. 21, 
1852, Allen Stewart Chalker [b. E. Hartford, May 3, 1829; s. of Wm. 
S. Chalker and Sarah Andrews]; res. Hartford (21 RussSt.) ; cabinet- 
maker. f+ 



134 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

Mary Antoinette Grant (1103,6301) b. Vernon, Apr. 24, 1838; m. 
Hartford, Jan. 27, 1864, Frank Eugene Mason, of H. [b. S. Coventry, 
Dec. 2, 1844; s. of Abner Mason and Julia Brigham] ; res. H. (21 
Russ St.) ; book-binder. 

CJiildrcn of San ford Grant {p. 61) and Anna King. 

James Clinton Grant (1103,6310) b. Vernon, June 21, 1829; d. Scran- 
ton, Pa., Apr. 17 (21), 1873 (1872); m. Providence, Pa., Oct. i, 1862, 
Clara P. Bloom [b. P., July 24, 1846; dau. of Jacob K. Bloom and 
Clara Trail] ; res. S. + 

Hezekiah King Grant (1103,6311) b. Vernon, July 4, 1831; m. Mil- 
waukee, Wis., Sep. 4, i860, Mary Elizabeth Arnold [b. M. ; d. Mch. 
1875 ; dau. of Jonathan E. Arnold and Mary Passmore] ; res. Phillips- 
burg, Pa.; coal operator. $+ 

Children of PJiila Grant {p. 61) and JoJm Giltnore. 

Edwin Granville Gilmore (1103,6330) b. Rockville, June 15, 1831; d. 
Vernon, Nov. 26, 1835. 

Augustus Grant Gilmore (1103,6331) b. Rockville, Feb. 8, 1833; m. 
Huntington, N. Y., Nov. 6, i860, Fanny Ayrault Smith, who was b. 
Pike, N. Y. ; res. Scranton, Pa.; merchant; select councilman. + 

Sarah Day Gilmore (1103,6332) b. Rockville, Aug. 5, (1834?); m. 
Burdett McKinney (1103,6510). 

CJiildren of Sarah D. Grant {p. 62) and John Gilmore. 

Phila Gilmore (1103,6340) b. Vernon, May 16, 1838; m. Hartford, 
May I, i860, Jas. Carter [b. N. Y. C, Aug. i, 1838; s. of John Alex. 
Carter and Jane Davis]; res. N. Y. C. (262 W. 123d St.) + 

Geraldine Asenath Gilmore (1103,6341) b. Vernon, Sep. 16, 1839; d. 
in the wreck of the "Elbe," Jan. 30, 1895; i^- Milton C. Conners, 
of Lincoln, Neb., who d. Carlsbad, Germany, Jan, 24, 1895; res. 
Spearfish, S. D. ; stockman. + 

Children of A ugustns Fitch {p. 62) and Emily Nims. 

Russell Fitch (1103,6400) b. Rodman, N. Y., Jan. 12, 1825; res. 
Lowville, N. Y.f 

Leander L. Fitch (1103,6401) b. Rodman, N. Y., June 8, 1827; res. 
Morristown, N. Y.f 

Amos Nicol Fitch (1103,6402) b. Rodman, N. Y., Jan. 30, 1830; m. 
(i) Jan. 24, i860, Emeline Atwood [b. Morristown, N. Y. , Aug. 7, 
1831 ; d. Brierhill, N. Y., Oct, 7, 1873; dau. of Anthony Atwood 
and Angeline Hill]; m.. (2) Mary Jane Dake; res. B, ; farmer; ch. 
trustee. + 

Charles Carroll Fitch (1103,6403) b. Rodman, N. Y., Dec. i, 1832; 
res. Morristown, N. Y.* 

"Warren Rodolphus Fitch (1103,6404) b, Rodman, N. Y., Dec. 31, 
1836; m. (i) Morristown, N. Y., Sep. 18, i860, Lydia Jane Black- 
stone [b. M., July 18, 1838; d. Lowville, N. Y., Apr. 11, 1873; dau. 
of Calvin Blackstone and Lydia Tyler] ; m. (2) Oct. i, 1874, Edna 
Luella Arthur, who d. Feb. 13, 189-; m. (3) Jan. 21, 1897, Roxana 
Snow; res. L. ; form. M. ; treas. Thousand Island Park Asso. ; mer- 
chant 18 yrs. , newspaper publisher 1 2 yrs. , postmaster 1 1 yrs. ; super- 



EIGHTH GENERATION. 135 

visor 6 yrs. , J. P. 12 yrs. ; class leader 40 yrs. ; delegate to Gen. 
Conf. of M. E. Ch.+ 

Frederick Morris Fitch (1103,6405) b. Morristown, N. Y., Nov. 10, 
1839; d. unm. Alexandria, Va. , Apr. 26, 1865; served in Co. C. 60th 
N. Y. Vol. Regt. and 14th N. Y. Vol. H. Art. 1861-5; res. M. ; 
farmer. 

Fanny C, Fitch (1103,6406) d. inf. 

Children of Warren Fitch [p. 62) and Mary Safford. 

Rufus Safford Fitch (1103,6420) b. Tolland, Sep. 5, 1822; d. Rock- 
ville, Jan. 2, 1864; m. T., Nov. 28, 1844, Rosannah Usher [b. (Black- 
stone, Mass,?), Mch. 27, 1820; d. R., May 19, 1868; dau. of Daniel 
Usher and Freelove Inman] ; res. T. ; farmer. + 

William Fitch (1103,6421) b. Tolland, Sep. 11, 1825; m. (i) Cov- 
entry, Nancy Robertson [b. (in R. I. ?) ; d. C. ; dau. of John C. Rob- 
ertson] ; m. (2) Hebron, Anna Carver, [b. (in Mass.?), a. 1830; dau. 
of H. O. Carver]; res. Rockville; form. T., Vernon, Hartford, and 
Meriden; liveryman since 1874; form, farmer and burnisher. + 

Henry Fitch (1103,6422) b. Tolland; d. inf. T. 

Mary Fitch (1103,6423) b. Tolland; d. y. T. 

Children of Warren Fitch [p. 62) and Rachel Clark. 

Marietta Fitch (1103,6424) b. Tolland, June 19, 1837; d. Gilead, 
May 18, 1886; m. Bolton, Nov. 29, 1854, Thos. Whiting Welles [b. 
Hebron, July 27, 1821; s. of Andrew Welles and Martha Trumbul]; 
wid. res. Bloomfield; farmer, + 

Henriette Fitch (1103,6425) b. Tolland, Mch. 16, 1839; ni- Spring- 
field, Mass., Apr. 10, 1856, Augustus Hart Loomer [b. Hebron, Feb. 
II, 1831 ; s. of David Loomer and Martha Gay] ; res. Andover; form. 
Bolton; coal merchant. + . 

Oliver Clark Fitch (1103,6426) b. Tolland, Apr. i, 1840; d. Hudson, 
N. Y., Dec. 7, 1870; m. W. Winsted, Oct. 7, i860, Sarah L. Root 
[b. W. W. , Sep. I, 1842; dau. of Hiram Root and Lucy M. Loomis; 
m. (2) ]; painter. + 

Children of Abiel G. Fitch {p. 62). 

Fitch (1103,6430) (s.). 

Frances Fitch (1103,6431) m. Chas. Bryant, who d. ; res. Hartford 
(4 Marsh St.); i s.f 
Anna Fitch (1103,6432) res. Hartford (12 Winter St.).f 
Hattie Fitch (1103,6433) res. E. Saginaw, Mich.f 

Child of Fanny Fitch {p. 62) and foscph Truman. 
Joseph Converse Truman (1103,6440) b. Rodman, N. Y., Nov. 25, 
1828; m. Manchester, Mch. 12, 1851, Mary HoUister [b. M., Sep. 
28, 1832 ; dau. of Pierpont Hollister and Martha Wallace] ; res. Rock- 
ton, 111,; form. M, ; farmer; operative and foreman in cassimere 
factory 1844-53, paper manufacturer 1853-6; at Rockton has been 
assessor 11 yrs., school director 35 yrs. ; steward and trustee of Rock- 
ton M. E. Ch. 35 yrs., class leader 16 yrs., S. S. supt. 13 yrs., dele- 
gate to conference. $+ 



136 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

Children of Nathan S. Fitch (/. 62) and Electa C. Strickland. 

Emily C. Fitch (1103,6480) b. Bolton; m. (i) Rockville, Jan. i860, 
Enos Aborn [b. Tolland, Nov. 1831; d. T., Jan. 21, 1894; s. of 
Jedidiah Aborn and Laura Ryder]; divorced; m. (2) Manchester, 
Oct. 25, 1880, Chas. H. Cook [b. Windsor, Feb. 18, 1851; s. of 
Horace Cook and Fannie M. Daniels]; res. L5mn, Mass. (114 S. 
Common St.); Mr. A. was a farmer; served in 22d Conn. Regt. 9 
mos.+ 

Irving Duane Fitch (1103,6481) b. Bolton, June 24, 1849, m. Jan. 
II, 1882, Mary Augusta Cook [b. Sacket Harbor, N. Y., Aug. 15, 
1853; dau. of Horace F. Cook and Fannie Mahala Daniels]; res. 
Hartford (6 John St.); mechanic; form, operated laundry; 2 sons, 
2 daus. 

Children of Lorana Fitch {p. 62) and Nelson W. Northriip. 

Edwin Dwight Northrup (1103,6490) b. Tolland, Apr. (May) 27, 
1839; m. Ellicottville, N. Y., Oct. 12, 1870, Lucy Saxton Skinner 
[b. E., Aug. 18, 1852; dau. of Joshua King Skinner and Hannah L. 
Saxton]; res. E. ; lawyer since 1865; teacher 8 yrs. ; supervisor 
1876-81, pres. of village; warden of P. E. ch. ; author of a "History 
of the 154th Regt. N. Y. Volunteers. "$+ 

Dewitt Clinton Northrup (1103,6491) b. Rockville, Feb. 28, 1841 ; 
d. Greene, N. Y., Dec. 5, 1864; m. Milwaukee, Wis., Sep. 27, 1863, 
Anna M. Hardy [b. M., Dec. 20, 1844; d. M., Apr. 16, 1868]; res. 
M., Peoria, 111., and Chicago, 111. ; printer; sec'y of M. Typographi- 
cal Union. + 

Halsey Fitch Northrup (1103,6492) b. Mt. Upton, N. Y., Nov. 10, 
1844; m. Greene, N. Y., Dec. 29, 1874, Mary Ann Lansing [b. G., 
Apr. I, 1846; dau. of Jas. Lansing and Maria Walker]; res. Ellicott- 
ville, N. Y. ; form. G. ; civil engineer; form, oil producer; engineer 
and right of way agent for Tidewater Pipe Line since 1878; pres. of 
village; trustee of M. E. ch. since 1882.$+ 

Ellen Roselle Northrup (1103.6493) b. Guilford, N. Y., Oct. i, 1846; 
d. Greene, N. Y., July 27, 1848. 

Helen Elizabeth Northrup (1103,6494) b. Greene, N.Y., Dec. 30, 1849; 
d. G., June 11, 1866. 

Children of Gurdon Grant {p. 6j) and Lucy B. CunningJiam. 

Amanda Maria Grant (1103,6500) b. Rockville, Aug. 28, i82i(?); d. 
S. Coventry, Feb. 24,1848; m. Vernon, Mch. 20 (22), 1843, Austin 
Edgerton [b. S. C. ; d. S. C, Oct. 1876; s. of Asahel Edgerton and 
Parthena Dimock; m. (2) R., 1862, Mary J. Cohoon (1211,1375); 
divorced; m. (3) S. C, 1870, Mrs. Anna Essex]; res. R. ; liveryman. + 

Carleton Grant (1103,6501) b. Vernon, Jan. 18 (25), 1825; d. Bos- 
ton, Mass, July 10, 1896; m. Rockville, Oct. 22, 1845, Hannah Fen- 
ton [b. Coventry; d. Quincy Adams, Mass., Jan. 1887 ; dau. of Caleb 
Fenton]; res. Norwich and Windsor; supt. of woollen mills. + 

Grant (1103,6502) d. Vernon, Feb. 4, 1825, ae 3^ weeks. 

George Burdett Grant (1103,6503) b. Vernon, 1831; m. (i) Coven- 
try, ; m. (2) ; res. Marysville, Cal. ; supt. of woollen 

mill; chil.f 



EIGHTH GENERATION. 137 

Mary Grant (1103,6504) b. Vernon, Mch. 10, 1838; d. s. p. Hart- 
ford, a. 1879; m. Warehouse Pt., Sep. 25, 1856, Andrew Russ, of 
E. Windsor; res. H. ; cigar-maker. 

Child of Electa Grant [p. 6j) a7id Warren McKinney. 
Burdett McKinney (1103,6510) m. Sarah D. Gilmore (1103,6332)- 
res. N. Y. C.*+ 

CJiildren of Statira F. Grant {p 6;f) and Alden Talcott. 

Philo Fuller Talcott (1103,6520) b. Vernon, Apr. 23, 1834; m. (i) 
Carrie Hamilton [b. Hartford; d. H., 1861; dau. of Ezra S. Hamil- 
ton and Sibyl Pritchard] ; m. (2) H., Louise Gilbert [b. Middletown; 
dau. of Wm. Gilbert and Nancy Barber]; res. Chicago, 111. (2351 
Calumet Av.) ; dealer in china and glassware. + 

Emily Talcott (1103,6521) b. Vernon, Sep. 14, 1836; d. Apr. 17, 1838. 

Statira Fuller Talcott (1103,6522) ("Stella"), b. Rockville, Sep. 30, 
1838; d. R., Sep. 13, 1875 (1877); m. (i) R., Charles Wheeler, who 
d. R. ; m. (2) R., June 1876, Henry J. Marshman; wid. ; res. New- 
ton, Mass. (86 Park St.).+ 

Alden Talcott (1103,6523) b. Rockville, Mch. 3, 1840; m. R. , Jan. 
9, 1867, Agnes English [b. nr. Montreal, Canada, July 11, 1845; dau. 
of David English and Agnes Jeffries]; res. R. ; farmer. + 

Electa Lavon Talcott (1103,6524) b. Vernon, Oct. 26, 1846; d. Mch. 
24, 1858. 

Wilbur Morelo Talcott (1103,6525) b. Vernon, Nov. 30, 1851; d. 
unm. Middletown, Mch. 7, 1898; res. M. 

Children of Lois B. Grant {p. 6j) and William P. Hobnan. 

Charles Jerome Holman (1103,6530) b. Salisbury, Vt. , Mch. i, 1840; 
m. (i) Sergeant Bluff, Iowa, Sep. 2, 1872, Meda Euseba Cole, of 
Cedarville, N. Y. [b. Richfield, N. Y., Feb. 2, 1846; d. S. B., Dec. 
19, 1874; dau. of Leroy Cole and Mary E. Pope]; m. (2) Bridge- 
water, N. Y., May 20, 1879, Kittie Carpenter [b. Oneida Co., N. Y., 
Feb. 18, 1856; dau. of Russell T. Carpenter and Mary Ten Brock]; 
res. S. B. ; brick manufacturer and merchant; istvice-pres. National 
Brick Manuf. Asso. ; vice-pres. Iowa State Brick and Tile Asso. ; 
town clerk. + 

Albert Murillo Holman (1103,6531) b. Rockville, Mch. 25, 1845; m. 
Sergeant Bluff, Iowa, June 28, 187 1, Emma Eliza Webster [b. Galena, 
111., Feb. 29, 1849; dau. of Joshua Palmer Webster and Eliza Phillips]; 
res. S. B. ; merchant. + 

Daniel Holman (1103,6532) (?) b. Mch. 3; d. Apr. 22. 

Ella Lodora Holman (1103,6533) b. Rockville, Feb. i, 185 1; m. Ser- 
geant Bluff, Iowa, Geo. W. Waitt, who was b. in Me. ; res. Sioux 
City, Iowa; cattle commission merchant. + 

CJiildren of Gardner L. Grant (/. 6f) and Abigail R. Roivley. 

Emma Lavon Grant (1103,6540) b. Hartford, Feb. 7, 1854; d. H., 
Apr. 4, 1855. 

Edward Gardner Grant (1103,6541) b. Rockville, May 16, 1858; d. 
R., June 4, 1861. 



138 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

Children of Harloiv K. Grant {p. 6j) and Emily A. Rathbun. 

Nathaniel Root Grant (1103,6600) b. Rockville, Mch. 20, 1836; m. 
Thompsonville, Apr. 6, 1859, Agnes Susan Anderson [b. T., Mch. 4, 
1837 ; dau. of Wm. Anderson and Margaret Reed]; res. R. (180 Union 
St.) in the homestead, holding 35 acres of the 500 purchased in 1726; 
farmer; selectman, supt. of public works.$+ 

Francis Grant (1103,6601) b. Rushford, N. Y., Jan. 24, 1839; m. 
Rockville, Mch. 20, 1863, Louise Winchell [b. Vernon (Manchester), 
June 15, 1839; dau. of Chauncey Winchell and Mary Vibbert] ; res. 
R. ; dealer in painters' and builders' supplies; sec'y and treas. of 
Leeds Manuf. Co. 1862-72; city treas. since 1890; director and vice- 
pres. of R. National Bank ; 9 yrs. in militia. + 

Schuyler Grant (1103,6602) b. Rushford, N. Y., Sep. 25, 1840; m. 
Ann Arbor, Mich., Dec. 18, 1865, Alice Elmira Smith [b. Barre 
Center, N. Y., Mch. 12, 1844; dau. of Ransom S. Smith and Desire 
Denison] ; res. Detroit, Mich. (1245 Woodward Av.) ; form. A. A.; 
gen. agt. for Mich, of the Mutual Life Ins. Co. ; A. B. Univ. of Mich. 
1864; sometime teller, cashier, and treas. of A. A. Savings Bank; 
taught in business colleges in Hartford and Providence, R. L$+ 
Children of Lor a R. Grant [p. 6j) and Chester Risley. 

Emma Jane Risley (1103,6620) b. Rockville, Dec. 24, 1845; d. R., 
Feb. 24, 1846. 

Edwin Lyman Risley (1103,6621) b. Rockville, Aug. 9, 1850; m. 
(i) Manchester, Mch. 20, 1873, Ida Elizabeth Tracy [b. Stafford 
Springs, Mch. 24, 1855; d. M. , May 19, 1874; dau. of Wallace Tracy 
and Elizabeth Wolcott] ; m. (2) Glastonbury, May 4, 1876, Martha 
Adelaide Edwards [b. G., May 16, 1847; dau. of Edward Hamilton 
Edwards and Rebekah Ann Smith]; res. Talcottville ; finisher in 
woollen mill.+ 

Children of Anne S. Grant {p. 6j) and Lucius J. Heath. 

Mary Frances Heath (1103,6630) b. Rockville, July 26, 1841 ; m. R., 
Nov. 26, 1859, Corancy Cady [b. Manchester, Apr. 7, 1839; s. of 
Asahel Cady and Catherine Hanover]; res. E. Hartford Meadow; 
dealer in bicycles. + 

Edward Jerome Heath (1103,6631) b. Rockville, Dec. 12, 1845; d. 
Dec. 19, 1846. 

Child of James IV. Root (p. 6f). 

(William?) Root (1103,6810) b. 1867. 

Children of Lor a A. Root {p. 6f) and Washington Barrotvs. 

George Judson Barrows (1103,6830) bp. Coventry, Sep. 22, 1833; d. ; 
m. (i) Henrietta Bowen; m. (2) Julia R. Skinner; res. Rockville; 
wid. res. Hartford (127 Trumbull St.); clerk. + 

Edward Barrows (1103,6831) res. Hartford; nurse.* 

Childreii of James Grant {p. 6f) and Nancy Pomeroy. 
George Grant (i 103,7030) d. imm. Thompson, O. ; res. Greenfield, 
Mass. , and T. ; druggist. 
Jane Grant (1103,7031) d. unm. Thompson, O. 



EIGHTH GENERATION. 139 

Emily Grant (1103,7032) d. unm. Thompson, O. 

Child of Jane Grant {p. 64) and William A. Bull. 

Charles Bull (1103,7040) d. inf. ; bur. Westfield, Mass. 

Children of Charles IV. Grant {p. 6f) and Rosellc Cloiigh. 

Jane Elizabeth Grant (1103,7050) d. se 7 mos. 

Charles Wesley Grant (1103,7051) b. June 20, 1840; d. s. p. Dec. 
25, 1869; m. Mary Noble, of Westfield, Mass., who m. (2) Joel Fox, 
who d. ; dealer in grain, flour, feed and meat, 

Izetta Grant (1103,7052) b. S. Windsor, Mch. 9, 1843; d. Westfield, 
Mass., Aug. 15, 1880 (1881); m. W., Jan. i, 1868, Geo. W. Carring- 
ton [b. Chester, Mass., July 19, 1838; d. W., June 25, 1880; s. of 
John Carrington and Laura Phelps] ; res. W. ; butcher. + 

James Grant (1103,7053) b. S. Windsor, Mch. 5, 1848; d. ae a few 
days. 

Child of Miriam S. Grant [p. 6^) and William A. Bull. 

William A. Bull (1103,7060) b. Gowdeysville, S. C. ; d. Meriden, 
Jan. 15, 1862, se 20 yrs. 11 mos. 

Children of JoJin Grant [p. 6f) and Julia C. Gates. 

Frances West Grant (1103,7070) b. Westfield, Mass., June 15, 1844; 
m. W., Jan. 10, 1866, Wm. Luri Stoddard [b. Hartford, Apr. 29, 
1838; s. of Wm. Arnold Stoddard and Phoebe Susanna Brockway] ; 
res. Meriden; R. R. agent. + 

John Erastus Grant (1103,7071) b. Westfield, Mass.; res. Chicago, 
111.* 

Jennie Elizabeth Grant (1103,7072) b. Westfield, Mass. ; res. W.f 

Albert Mortimer Grant (1103,7073) b. Westfield, Mass., June 20, 
1850; m. N. Y. C, Jan. 23, 1896, Mrs. Mary Elizabeth (Hulme) 
Mitchell [b. Magnolia, 111., Nov. 23, 1853; dau. of Wm. Hough 
Hulme and Mary Ann Richards]; res. N. Y. C. (374 Central Park 
W.) ; form. Chicago, 111. ; commission merchant and manufacturers' 
agent in knit underwear. $ 

Helen M. Grant (1103,7074) b. Westfield, Mass.; m. John L. Os- 
born; res. New Haven (96 Ellsworth Av.).f + 

Emma Louise Grant (1103,7075) b. Westfield, Mass., Oct. 28, 1859; 
res. Minneapolis, Minn. (1725 Eighth Av. N.); form. W. ; teacher in 
M. public schools since 1888. 

Carrie Virginia Grant (1103,7076) b. Westfield, Mass., Sep. 28, 1864; 
m. Elgin, 111., Jan. 10, 1888, Harlow North Orton [b. Madison, Wis., 
July 31, 1858; s. of Hon. Harlow S. Orton and Elizabeth Cheney]; 
res. Minneapolis, Minn. (1725 Eighth Av. N.); form. W. ; physician; 
Rush Med. Coll.; she taught in M. 1 886-8.+ 

Children of Harriet Emerson {p. 6 J) and Edzvard Flint. 

Sy dney ham Flint (1103,7100) d. ; physician. 

Flint (1103,7101) (dau.), d. 

Child of Rnf us Emerson {p. 64). 

Emerson (1103,7110) m. Oliver Staples, who. d. ; P. E. 

minister. 



140 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

Children of Charlotte C. Emerson [p. 64) and John M. Partridge. 

Edward Altemont Partridge (1103,7120) b. Barnet, Vt., 1826; d. 
Buffalo, N. Y., 1855; m. Claremont, N. H., 1852, Mary Elizabeth 
Cook [b. C, 1827; dau. of Godfrey Cook and Abigail Hubbard]; res. 
C. ; civil engineer. + 

Ann Eliza Partridge (1103,7121) d. unm. Leicester, Mass. 

William Partridge (1103,7122) res. in the West. 

John Milton Partridge (1103,7123) d. Mch. 21, 1835, ^ 4 Y^s. 
Children of Cynthia G. Emerson {p. 6j) and Reuben Davis. 

Charles Davis (1103,7210) b. Boston, Mass.; d. inf. 

Charles Davis (1103,7211) b. Boston, Mass.; res. Lafayette, Ind. 
(care of Crawford Ice Co,).f 

Caroline Emerson Davis (1103,7212) b. Cornish, N. H. (Boston, 
Mass.), 1833; d. Hanover, N, H., 1879; m. H., 1869, Samuel Web- 
ster Cobb, of H. [b. Strafford, Vt., 1822; d. H,,i898]; merchant. + 

Cynthia Grant Davis (1103,7213) b. Cornish, N. H., Sep. 15, 1838; m. 
Francis Asbury Davis [b. Norwich, Vt. ; d. Faribault, Minn., Apr. 
I, 1897; s, of Ira Davis and Rhoda Slack]; res. F.-i- 
Child of Joseph Emerson [p. dj) and Anna P. {Slmrtlcff) Worcester. 

Roswell Shurtleff Emerson (1103,7230) b. Feb. 20, 1846; d. unm. St. 
Joseph, Mo., Feb. 13, 1890; bur. Hanover, N. H. 

Children of Roland Emerson [p. 6^) ajid Fidelia Cloud. 

Anna Emerson (1103,7240) b. Norwich, Vt., Nov. 17, 1844; m. 
Norman Burbank, of Royalton, Vt., who d. ; res. Chicago, 111.* + 

Mary Emerson (1103,7241) b. Norwich, Vt., Feb. 29, 1848; d. N., 
Mch. 14, 1862. 

Elizabeth Emerson (1103,7242) b. Norwich, Vt., Mch. 8, 1850; d. 
N., July 16, 1854. 

CLAN B. 
Children of Peter Grant ( /. dj) and Pcrmelia Bean. 

Clarice Grant (1104,0010) b. Maysville, Ky., Aug. 15, 1808; d. New 
Orleans, La., Mch. 19, 1875; m. Charleston, W. Va., Oct. (Nov.) 3, 
1826, Jas. Hewitt [b. Aurora, N. Y., Feb. 27, 1798; d. N. O., Dec. 
6 (3), 1867; s. of Col. Henry Hewitt and Phebe Morgan]; res. nr. 
Louisville, Ky. ; in partnership with her father many yrs., amassing 
a great fortune ; she was a member of P. E. ch. + 

Lawson Bean Grant (1104,0011) b. Maysville, Ky., July i, 1810; d. 
Higginsville, Mo., Mch. 23, 1887; m. nr. M., Apr. 8, 1834, Martha 
Green Margaret French Hudson [b. nr. M., June 21, 181 7; dau. of 
Samuel Hudson and Pencey Brown]; res. M. ; rem. 1840 to a farm 
nr. Lexington, Mo. ; tanner and collector; members of P. E. ch.$+ 

Solomon K. Grant (1104,0012) b. Maysville, Ky., July 14, 1812; d. 
Louisville, Ky., Aug. 15, 1851 (1850); m. Kanawha Co., W. Va., 
May 25, 1837, Elizabeth Fitzgerald Thornton [b. Culpeper Co., Va. , 
Mch. 15, 1819; d. L., Sep. 25, 1866; dau. of Rev. Francis Thornton 
and Jane Washington Thornton; m. (2) L., June 1853, Jas. Burr 
Slaughter (b. Nelson Co., Ky., June 9, 1815; d. L., Jan. 29, 1895)]; 
res. L. and Charleston, W. Va. ; bookseller; member of P. E. ch. + 



EIGHTH GENERATION. 141 

Orville Root Grant (1104,0013) b. Maysville, Ky., Apr. 23, 1815; d. 
Maiden, W. Va., a. 1848-53; m. Charleston, W. Va., Oct. 3, 1837, 
Marian Minerva McFarland [b. Maiden (C); d. Maiden, same yr. 

as h. ; dau, of Jas. McFarland and Reynolds] ; res. in Tex. ; 

physician. + 

Peter Buell Grant (1104,0014) b. Maysville, Ky. , May 13, 181 7 (1816); 
d. San Jose, Cal., Dec. 14, 1895 (1896); m. Liberty, Mo., July 16, 
1839, Elizabeth Bradley Hendley [b. nr. Lexington, Ky. , May 3, 
1818; d. San Francisco, Cal., Mch. 12, 1883; dau. of Hon. John 
Hendley and Jemima Winn] ; res. L. ; rem. 1880 to S. F. ; merchant; 
collector of internal revenue. + 

Anna Richardson Grant (1104,0015) b. Maysville, Ky., Mch. 10, 1819; 
d. New Orleans, La., June 26, 1858; m. M., June 19, 1838, Morti- 
mer Oliver Hubbard Norton [b. Ulysses, Seneca Co. (Utica), N. Y., 
June 19, 1816; d. Bay St. Louis, Miss. (N. O.), Aug. 30 (31), 1872; 
s. of Geo. Norton and Maretta Hubbard; m. (2) Paris, France, July 
10, 1867 (1866), Maria (Bell) Wisdom (b. Louisville, Ky., Nov. 13, 
1834, dau. of Samuel Bell and Caroline Matilda Headington; wid. of 
Ino Minor Wisdom)]; cotton commission merchant in L., N. O., and 
Liverpool, Eng. ; member of firms of Hewitt, Norton and Co., and 
Stuart, Norton and Co. ; she was a member of P. E. ch.+ 

Permelia Grant (1104,0016) b. Maysville, Ky. , Jan. 19, 1822; d. 
Keokuk, Iowa, a. 1847-8; m. June 10, 1841, Dr. Volney Spalding, 
of N.Y.C. [b. Aug. 8, 1810; d. in Cal., 1884-5; s. of Frederick Spald- 
ing and Elizabeth Morgan; m. (2) May 19, 1863, Lydia Benham, of 
N. Y.]; wid. rem. to Idaho and Virginia City, Mont. + 

Noah Grant (1104,0017) b. Maysville, Ky., Apr. i, 1824; d. New 
Orleans, La., Oct. 4, 1867; m, Nov. 27, 185 1 (1850), Eliza Colston 
Marshall, of Flemingsburg, Ky. [b. Lewis Co., Ky., Nov. 27, 1827; 
d. in Ky. ; dau. of Hon. Thos. Marshall]; res. Mason Co., Ky. ; rem. 
to Canton, Mo.; farmer and merchant; member of firm of Hewitt, 
Norton and Co. ; served in Mexican War, and through Civil War as 
capt. and col. in C. S. A. + 

Susan Amanda Grant (1104,0018) b. Maysville, Ky., Mch, 26, 1826; 
d. M., July 6, 1827. 

Rachel Maria Grant (1104,0019) b. Maysville, Ky., Mch. 18, 1829; 
d. s. p. New Orleans, La., Aug. 29, 1853; m. Louisville, Ky., Aug. 
26, 1852, Alfred Gray Morgan, of Cayuga Co., N. Y. [b. in N. Y., 
Nov. 19, 181 6; d. Sacramento, Cal., Apr. 26, i860; s. of Hon. Jedi- 
diah Morgan and Harriet Steele]; res. N. O. ; wid. rem. to Cal.; 
pres. of Morgan Gold Mining Co. 

Children of Susan A. Grant {p. 6j) and Bailey IT. Hudson. 

Silas Alonzo Hudson (1104,0020) d. Dec. 19, 1896, ae8i; m. Serena 

; res Burlington, Iowa; instrumental in the nomination and 

election of Lincoln; spent much time with Gen. Grant in the field; 
mayor; minister to Guatemala 1869-73. + 

Noah Grant Hudson (1104,0021) b. Maysville, Ky., June 23, 1817; d. 
in Col., Dec. 26, 1895; m. M., May 28. 1840, India C. Campbell, of 
Aberdeen, O. [b. M., July 26, 1819; d. Mch. 24, 1898; dau. of Lieut. 



142 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

John Campbell and Elizabeth Batson]; res. M. and Cincinnati, O; 
rem. 1881 to Col.; steamboatman and cattleman; wharfmaster at 
Ripley, O., 20 yrs. ; served in O. State Militia, "Squirrel Hunters. " + 
John Valimore Hudson (1104,0022) b. Maysville, Ky., July 2, 1819; 
res. Brenner, Kan. ; tanner.* 

Frances Ann Hudson (1104,0023) b. Maysville, Ky., Mch. 30, 1821; 
res. Lewisburg, W. Va. ; benefactress. 

Peter Todd Hudson (1104,0024) d. unm. in Wash, or Cal., 1892; 
served on Gen. Grant's staff with rank of lieut. -col. 

Walter "Warder Hudson (1104,0025) (bp. Bailey Walter), d. unm. 
Laredo, Tex., Apr, or May 1850, from wounds received in battle with 
Indians; served in 15th Iowa Regt. in Mexican War; promoted for 
gallant services to lieut. in regular army; the first to carry the flag 
over the walls of Chapultepec. 

Children of Susan A. Grant {p. dj) and Henry Grimes. 
Lawson Samuel Grimes (1104,0026) b. Oct. 18, 1833; d. Aug. 8, 1850. 
Martha Margaret Grimes (1104,0027) b. Aberdeen, O., Apr. 4, 1836; 
m. (i) Grand Id., Cal., May 9, 1861, Andrew Jackson Clark, of N.Y. ; 
m. (2) Marysville, Cal., Hayden D. Strother; res. Colusa, Cal.$+ 
Children of Jesse R. Grant {p. 6j) and Hannah Simpson. 
Ulysses S. Grant (1104,0030) (bp. Ulysses Hiram), b. Pt. Pleasant, 
O., Apr. 27, 1822; d. Mt. McGregor, N. Y., July 23, 1885; bur. N. 
Y. C. ; m. St. Louis, Mo., Aug. 22, 1848, Julia Boggs Dent [b. nr. 
S. L., Jan. 1826; dau. of Col. Frederick Dent and Ellen Wrenshall] ; 
wid. res. Washington, D. C, and is pres. of Woman's National War 
Relief Association. 

He grad. U. S. Mil. Acad. 1843; brevet 2d Lieut. 4th U. S. Inf. 
1843, 2d Lieut. 1845, Quartermaster 1847, ist Lieut. 1847, brevet 
Capt. 1848, Capt. 1853; resigned 1854, and engaged in farming 
nr. St. Louis; rem. to S. L. 1858, and engaged in real estate 
business; rem. i860 to Galena, 111., and became clerk in his father's 
wholesale leather store; Col. on staff of Gov. Yates 1861, Col. 
2 1 St 111. Vol. Inf. June 17, 1861; Brig. Gen. of Volunteers Aug. 
23, 1861, Maj. Gen. Feb. 16, 1862; Maj. Gen. U. S. A. July 1863, 
Lieut. Gen. Mch. 2, 1864 (the rank having been revived for him), 
Gen. July 25, 1866 (the rank having been created for him) ; secretary 
oiY^a.x ad interim 1867-8; President of the United States 1869-77; 
rem. 1880 to N. Y. C. and became a partner in the banking firm of 
Grant and Ward; pres. of Mexican Southern R. R. ; author of 
"Personal Memoirs of U. S. Grant." To record adequately his 
life and deeds would be to write the history of this nation for a 
score of years, a labor that is beyond the capacity of this work. For 
an insight into the man himself, his own memoirs should be read, in 
which he stands revealed in heroic simplicity of character. The 
honors that were conferred upon him, such as has been the lot of no 
other to receive, were worn without ostentation or arrogance, nor 
did they make him forgetful of the merits and services of others. 
And we may recall with satisfaction that the quiet tenacity of pur- 
pose, which was the keystone of his military success, is the trait that 



EIGHTH GENERATION. 143 

has been dominant in the family as far back as we can trace its 
history. + 

Samuel Simpson Grant (1104,0031) b. Georgetown, 0., Sep. 23, 1825 ; 
d. unra. nr. St. Paul, Minn., Sep. 13, 1861 (1862); res. Galena, 111., 
and Covington, Ky. ; had charge of his father's store at G. 

Clara Rachel Grant (1104,0032) b. Georgetown, O., Dec. 11, 1828; 
d, unm. Covington, Ky., Mch, 6, 1865. 

Virginia Paine Grant (1104,0033) b. Georgetown, O., Feb. 20, 1832; 
m. (as 2d w. ) Covington, Ky., May 13, 1869, Abel Rathbone Cor- 
bin, of N. Y. C. [b. Otsego, N. Y., May 24, 1808; d. Je'rsey City, 

N. J., Mch. 28, 1881 ; s. of Eliakim Lyon Corbin and Lodama ]; 

res, E. Orange, N. J. (70 Orange St.); form. Elizabeth, N. J. ; a 
successful teacher; clerk in the House of Representatives many yrs. ; 
editor of the St. Louis, Mo., Republican; alderman in S. L.+ 

Orvil Lynch Grant (1104,0034) b. Georgetown, O., May 15, 1835; 
d. Elizabeth, N. J., Aug. 4, 1881; m. Bethel, O., Apr. 1857, Mary 
Medary [b. Clermont Co., O., 1835; d. E. Orange, N. J., Apr. 10, 
1894; dau. of Asher Medary and Elizabeth Thornton]; res. Chicago, 
111., and E. ; leather and saddlery merchant; Ohio Wesleyan Univ. + 

Mary Frances Grant (1104,0035) b. Georgetown, O., July 28, 1839; 
m. Covington, Ky., Oct. 27, 1863, Michael John Cramer [b. Schaif- 
hausen, Switzerland, Feb. 6, 1835; d. Carlisle, Pa., Jan. 23, 1898; 
s. of John Jacob Cramer and Magdalene Bowman]; res. E. Orange, 
N. J. (70 Orange St.) ; A. B. Ohio Wesleyan Univ. i860, A. M. 1863, 
LL. D. 1895; D. D, Syracuse Univ. 1873; pastor of M. E. churches 
in Cincinnati, O., 1860-4, Nashville, Tenn., 1864; chaplain U. S. A. 
1864-7; consul at Leipzig, Germany, 1867-70; minister to Denmark 
1870-81, to Switzerland 1881-5; prof, of theology Boston Univ. 
1885-6 ; editor of the German Quarterly Theological Review 1889-98 ; 
instructor in ch. history Drew Theol. Sem. 1895-6; prof, of philoso- 
phy Dickinson Coll. 1897-8; she attended Wesleyan Fem. Coll. -i- 
CJiildren of Margaret M. Grant {p. 66) and JoJui Marshall. 

William S. Marshall (1104,0040) m. Sophia Smith, who d. ; res. 
Georgetown, O. f + 

James H. Marshall (1104,0041) m. Cynthia Day; res. Georgetown, 
O. ; judge. + 

Lucretia Marshall (1104,0042) b. Kingston, O., Nov. 5, 1819; d. 
Eddyville, Iowa, May 3, 1884; m. Georgetown, O., Jan. 14, 1841, John 
Gilman Lampier [b. Gilmanton, N. H., Sep. 25, 18 16; d. in Neb., 

June 1888; s. of Benning Lampier and Oilman]; res. in O. 

and 111.; rem. bef. 1861 to Iowa; physician. + 

John Grant Marshall (1104,0043) d. Columbus (Georgetown), O., 

1879; m. (i) Ann White; m. (2) Amanda ; wid. res. G. ; 

lawyer; member of legislature. + 

Lucy Marshall (1104,0044) d. 1888; m. John Markley; res. nr. 
Georgetown, 0.+ 

Children of Roszvell M. Grant {p 66).% 

Lawson Grant (1104,0070) b. Mason Co., Ky. ; d. y. Mason Co. 

§Prob. the last two by 2d m., and the others by ist m. 



144 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

■William Tompkins Grant (iio4,oo7oA) b. Mason Co., Ky. ; d. y. 

Mary Ann Grant (1104,00706) b. Mason Co., Ky. ; d. y. Mason Co. 

James Morrison Grant (1104,0071) b. Maysville, Ky., 1830; d. 
Charleston, W. Va. (M.), May 13, 1870 (1868); m. M., Jan. 17, 1850, 
Clella D. Newdigate [b. M., Sep. i, 1831; d. M., Nov. 18, 1894 
(1893).; dau. of John J. Newdigate]; res. Lexington, Mo., and M. ; 
stock dealer and butcher. + 

Elizabeth Tibbs Grant (1104,0072) b. Mays Lick, Ky. , Sep. 7, 1833; 
res. St. Albans, W. Va. 

America Marton Grant (1104,0073) b. Mays Lick, Ky., Nov. 9, 1835; 
m. St. Albans, W. Va., Feb. 17, 1859, Myron Edwin Baldwin [b. 
Troy, N. Y., Mch. 3, 1836; d. S. A., Oct. 8, 1863; s. of Jeremiah 
Baldwin and Laura Hamblin] ; res. S. A. ; she is postmaster. + 

Rachel Jane Grant (1104,0074) b. Mason Co., Ky. ; d. Mason Co., 1847. 

Susan Lucinda Grant (1104,0075) b. Mays Lick, Ky., Mch. 25, 1840; 
res. St. Albans, W. Va. 

Minerva Kincead Grant (1104,0076) b. Mason Co., Ky. ; d. Mason 
Co., 1847. 

Thomas Tibbs Grant (1104,0077) d. nr. Richmond, Va., 1S63-4; 
served in C. S. A. 

Margaret Marshall Grant (1104,0078) b. Mason Co., Ky. ; d. y. Ma- 
son Co. 

Sarah Johnson Grant (1104,0079) b. Mason Co., Ky. ; d. y. Mason Co. 
Cldldren of Rachel M. Grant {p. 66) and William Tompkins. 

William Henry Tompkins (1104,0080) b. 1832; d. Kanawha Co., W. 
Va., 1833. 

Beverly Randolph Tompkins (1104,0081) b. Burning Springs (Cedar 
Grove), W. Va., Oct. 18, 1833; d. nr. St. Albans, W. Va., Apr. 17, 
1882; m. nr. S. A., Apr. 23, 1857 (1856), Sarah Helena Thompson 
[b. nr. S. A., July 10, 1839; dau. of Francis Thompson and Caroline 
Homasell Thornton] ; lumber merchant, farmer, inventor, and civil 
engineer; grad. Univ. of Va. 1856; member of P. E. ch.+ 

Amanda Virginia Tompkins (1104,0082) b. Burning Springs, W. Va., 
Sep. 7, 1835; ^- Kanawha Co., W. Va., Mch. 8, i860, John Calvin 
Brown [b. Berkeley Co., W. Va. ; s. of Jas. Moore Brown and Mary 
Ann Bell]; res. Lewisburg, W. Va. ; Pres. minister; she is matron 
of the L. Female Inst. $+ 

William Hewitt Tompkins (1104,0083) b. Burning Springs, W. Va., 
Apr. 4, 1837; m. nr. Charleston, W. Va. , Oct. 20, 1858, Ellen Bouch- 
er Carr [b. C, Sep. 29, 1837; dau. of Jas. Laurence Carr and Sarah 
Cook] ; res. C. ; farmer, merchant, salt manufacturer, steamboat 
clerk and capt., and speculator; Univ. of Va. 1854-6; commissary 
with rank of capt. in C. S. A. + 

Dick Tompkins (1104,0084) b. Kanawha Co., W. Va. , Nov. 26, 1838; 
prob. d. y. 

Charles Clifton Tompkins (1104,0085) b. Burning Springs, W. Va., 
July 26, 1840; m. Bel Air, Va. , Jan. 7, 1864, Emeline Ingles Pitzer 
[b. B. A., Aug. 6, 1839; dau. of Madison Pitzer and Eliza Lewis]; 
res. Salem, Va. ; form. Kanawha Co., W. Va. ; real estate; form. 



EIGHTH GENERATION. 145 

farmer and contractor; Richmond Med. Coll. i860, Atlanta Med. 
Coll. 1 861; served in C. S. A. 1 861-5; capt. on staff duty at the sur- 
render of Gen. Lee, and there met his cousin Peter Hudson who was 
on the staff of Gen. Grant. + 

Mary Welch Tompkins (1104,0086) b. Burning Springs, W. Va., 
Oct. 31, 1841; m. Col. Thos. Beverly Swann, who d. Charleston, W. 
Va., May 13, 1897, in 72d yr. ; res. C. ; lawyer; member of St. John's 
P. E. Ch. ; served through the Civil War.f 

Rachel Ellen Tompkins (1104,0087) b. Burning Springs, W. Va., 
Sep. 22, 1844; m. Kanawha Co., W. Va. , Apr. 30, 1867, Oliver 
Andrew Patton [b. Fleming Co., Ky., May 30, 1839; s. of Robt. 
Patton and Nancy Ann Byram] ; res. Charleston, W. Va. ; lieut.-col. 
of cav. in C. S. A. + 

Henry Preston Tompkins (1104,0088) b. Burning Springs, W. Va., 
Sep. 12 (18), 1844; res. Cedar Grove, W. Va.f 

John Grant Wilson Tompkins (1104,0089) b. Cedar Grove, W. Va., 
Jan. 18, 1847; m. Baltimore, Md., Aug. 19, 1869, Amelia Caldwell 
Tompkins [b. Danville, Ky., May 24, 1844; d. C. G., Apr. 7, 1898; 
dau. of John Tompkins and Permelia Welsh] ; farmer and coal mine 
operator; she was a member of M. E. ch. ; S. S. teacher; of unusual 
beauty of character, generous and sympathetic, spending her life in 
deeds of kindness, and beloved by all.$ 

Children of Grant Lathrop [p. 66) and Sibyl , 

Emily S. Lathrop (1104,1040) b. Feb. 25, 1807. 

Asahel A. Lathrop (1104,1041) b. Dec. 27, 1810. 

Solomon B. Lathrop (1104,1042) b. Apr. 20, 1812. 

Lydia M. Lathrop (1104,1043) b. July 29, 1815. 

Horace H. Lathrop (1104,1044) b. May i, 181 7. 

Osman M. Lathrop (1104,1045) b. Apr. 14, 1820. 

CIvAN C. 
Children of Lucy Grant [p. 6y) and David E. Evans. 
EUicott Evans (1106,1010) d. s. p. a. 1892; res. Ann Arbor, Mich.; 
prof, of law in Hamilton Coll. 

Henry Evans (1106,1011) d. unm. ; bur. Batavia, N. Y. 
Charles Evans (1106,1012) b. Batavia, N. Y., June 5, 182 1; d. Lock- 
port, N. Y., Sep. 8, 1865; m. L., Aug. 6, 1845, Alice Jane Spalding 
[h. L., May i, 1826; dau. of Lyman Austin Spalding and Amy 
Pound]; res. L. ; miller and bank cashier; Asst. Adj. Gen. of N. Y. 
1862-4. + 
David Evans (1106,1013) d. unm. 

Children of StepJien Grant (/. d/) and Elizabeth Hunter. 
Maggie Grant (1106,1020) d. y. ; bur. Batavia, N. Y. 
Luther Grant (1106,1021) d. y. ; bur. Springfield, Mass. 
Calvin Grant (1106,1022) d. y. ; bur. Hartford. 

CJiildren of Liither Grant {p. d/) and Lorinda Williams. 
Luther Grant (1106,1030) b. Springfield, Mass., Feb. 6, 1822; m. 
Dansville, N. Y., Oct. 25, i860, Melina Louise Bradner [b. D., Oct. 



146 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

lo, 1831; dau. of Lester Bradner and Fanny Hammond]; res. D. ; 
form. Batavia, N. Y. ; banker. $+ 

Calvin Grant (1106,1031) b. Springfield, Mass., Feb. 6, 1822; d. 
same day. 

Lucy Evans Grant (1106,1032) b. Springfield, Mass., Jan. 4, 1832; 
d. s. p. Paris, France, Nov. 26, 1895; m. N. Y. C, June 21, 1870, 
Henry Squires [b. Bennington, Vt. ; s. of Buckley Squires and Lu- 
cretia Norton]. 

Caroline Grant (1106,1033) b. Springfield, Mass., Jan. 4, 1832; d. 
same day. 

Child of Calvin Grant [p. 6j). 

Mary Ellen Grant (1106,1040) d. ; m. Hazard. + 

Cliildrcn of Sidney Grant [p. 68) and Mary A. Mc Kinney. 

Lucy A. Grant (1106,1050) b. N. Y. C. , Feb. 19, 1828; m. Manches- 
ter Green, Oct. 27, 1869, Thos. Marble of Centerville, R. I. [b. Ap- 
ponaug, R. I., Oct. 31, 1809; d. C, Oct. 13, 1890; s. of Wm. Marble 
and Katharine Wescott] ; res. M. G. ; form. C. ; cotton manufacturer. 

Miranda Grant (1106,1051) b. Hector (Ovid), N. Y., Dec. 29, 1829; 
d. Centerville, R. I., Apr. 6, 1896 (1876); m. Hartford, Feb. 1859 
(i860), Oliver Payson Fuller, of C. [b. Canton, Mass. ; d. S. London- 
derry, Vt., Mch. 18, 1893; s. of Adam Fuller and Rhoda Deane]; 
Bapt. minister. + 

Lorain Grant (1106,1052) b. Hector (Ovid), N. Y. , Sep. 9 (19), 1832; 
d. unm. Hartford, Oct 27, 1859; res. O., Trumansburg, N. Y., and 
Hartford; teacher. 

Mary Grant (1106,1053) b. Ovid, N. Y., Sep. 5, 1834; d. O., Feb. 
14, 1835. 

Sarah E. Grant (1106,1054) b. Ovid, N. Y., Dec. 20, 1836; m. Man- 
chester, June 18, 1861, Elisha Morgan, of Springfield, Mass. [b. 
Northfield, Mass., Sep. 7, 1833; s. of Elisha Morgan and Harriet 
Ruggles] ; res. S. (273 State St.); pres. of Morgan Envelope Co. ; 
pres. of United Electric Light Co.; trustee of N. Insane Asylum; 
member of Governor's Council; presidential elector; delegate to Re- 
publican national convention. $ + 

Helen C. Grant (1106,1055) b. Ovid, N. Y., Jan. 31, 1838; m. Man- 
chester, Nov. 18, 1880, Nelson Cyrus Newell [b. Springfield, Mass., 
Mch. II, 1824; s. of Cyrus Newell and Celina Sessions]; res. S. (57 
Bowdoin St.) ; button manufacturer.! 

Mary A. Grant (1106,1056) b. Ovid, N. Y., Jan. 8, 1840; m. (i) 
Manchester, Apr. 11, 1865, Edward Payson Allen, of Hartford [b. 
Enfield, July 24, 1832; d. Dansville, N. Y., Feb. i, 1866; s. of Ol- 
cott Allen and Mary Spaulding; Capt. Co. I. Conn. H. Art.]; m. (2) 
H., Feb. 4, 1869, Chas. Roderick Allen, of H. [b. Newark, N. J., Feb. 
3, 1840; s. of Roderick Allen and Sophronia Pease; druggist; form, 
printer]; res. Brooklyn, N. Y. (499a Monroe St.). + 

Sidney Austin Grant (1106,1057) b. Ovid, N. Y., Aug. 31, 1842; m. 
Rockville, Mch. 27, 1867, Louise Corbin [b. Dudley, Mass., Mch. 27, 
1847; dau. of Lewis Angel Corbin and Mary Hall Upham]; res. 



EIGHTH GENERATION. 14? 

Springfield, Mass. (55 Sherman St.); gold miner at Dawson City, 
Alaska; inventor of the chainless bicycle. $+ 

Elizabeth Hunter Grant (1106,1058) b. Ovid, N. Y., May 15, 1847; 
m. Manchester, Oct. 22, 1875, Albert Franklin Wilson [b. M., Apr. 
4, 1843; s. of Francis Wilson and Eliza Risley] ; res. Bowen, Col.; 
farmer. + 

CJiildren of Anna Barton (/. 68) and William K. Shaw. 

William Barton Shaw (1106,1400) res. Pittsford, Vt.f 

Luther Grant Shaw (1106,1401) d. inf. 

Eliza Ann Shaw (1106,1402) b. Rutland, Vt., Jan. 7, 1818; m. 

Springfield, , Jan. 5, 1842, Jas. Huntoon [b. Andover, N. H., 

Jan. 8, 1810; d. Cuttingsville, Vt., Dec. 23, 1888; s. of John Hun- 
toon and Susan Miles]; res. C. + 

Laura West Shaw (1106,1403) b. Rutland, Vt. , 1820; m. Pittsford, 
Vt., Apr. 24, 1861, Warren Barnard, who d. 1872; res. P. 

Charles Luther Shaw (1106,1404) b. Rutland, Vt. , Jan. 28, 1823; m. 
Dec. 14, 3859, Mary C. Barton [b. Springfield, Mass., Feb. 28, 1836; 
dau. of Elkanah Barton, Jr., and Fidelia Ringe]; res. S. (33 State 
St.); contractor and builder; ist lieut. 1852, maj., lieut-col. + 

Henry Grant Shaw (1106,1405) res. Springfield, Mass.; U. S. 
armorer, f 

Children of Mary Barton {p. 68) and Ebenczcr Knight. 

Mary Knight (1106,1410) m. Green; res. Troy, N. Y. (Paw- 
ling Av.).f 

Knight (1106,1411) m. Chas. Fenton; res. Greenbush, N. 

Y. (469 Broad way). f 

CJiildren of LatJirop A. G. B. Grant {p. 68) and Cornelia D. Ellicott. 

Grant (1106,2100) d. y. 

Grant (1106,2101) d. y. 

Sarah Ellicott Grant (1106,2102) b. Shelby, N. Y., Aug. 8, 1838; d. 
Buffalo, N. Y., Aug. 7, 1873; in. Oswego, N. Y., Jan. 25, i860, 
Edwin Townsend Evans [b. Buffalo, N. Y., Oct. 11, 1837; s. of 
Jas. Carey Evans and Jane Abigail Townsend; m. (2) Oct. 14, 1874, 
Josephine Hewes Blake, wid. of Maj. Edwin L. Blake] ; general man- 
ager Anchor Line.+ 

Cornelia Minerva Grant (1106,2103) b. Shelby, Apr. 2, 1843; m. 
Oswego, N. Y., Dec. 6, 1865, Hervey Shriver, of Baltimore, Md. [b. 

Frederick, Md. , July 18, 1829 ; s. of Thos. Shriver and Sharp] ; 

res. O. ; form. B. and N. Y. C. ; owner of Grant Block Works; form, 
commission merchant. + 

Joseph Grant (1106,2104) b. Feb. 11, 1848; m. Florence Crane 
Hastings, of Oswego, N. Y. ; res. O. (131 E. 2d St.).+ 

Children of Minerva B. Grant {p. 68) and Amos C Treadivay. 

Joseph G. Treadway (1106,2120) b. Sep. 28, 1825; d. s. p. in Cal., 
Jan. 1870. 

Sidney Ann Minerva Treadway (1106,2121) b. Johnstown, N, Y., 
May 5, 1827; m. Malone, N. Y., Dec. 11, 1856, Geo. S. Adams [b. 
Bangor, N. Y., Nov. 8, 1817; d. M., Feb. 17, 1888; s. of Samuel 



148 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

Adams and Margaret ] ; res. Washington, D. C. (Louise 

Home) ; lawyer. 

Richard B. Treadway (1106,2122) b. Mch, 22, 1829; d. Chicago, 
111. ; m. Mary Jane Marsh. + 

Henry Augustus Treadway (1106,2123) b. New Hartford, N. Y., July 
20, 1830 (1836); res. Oswego, N. Y.f 

Lois Ann Maria Theresa Treadway (1106,2124) b. New Hartford, N. 
Y., Oct. 8, 1831 (1837); res. Oswego, N. Y. (59 E. Utica St.).t 

George Thomas Treadway (1106,2125) b- Sacket Harbor, N. Y., 
May 14, 1833 (1840); res. Denver, Col.f 

Cornelia P. Treadway (1106,2126) b. May 5, 1835; d. Washington, 
D. C, Feb. 27, 1891; m. 1864 Rear Admiral John H. Russell, who 
d. 1897. + 

Children of Abraham P. Grant {p. 68) and Elizabeth M. Potter. 

Mary Babcock Grant (1106,2140) b. Oswego, N. Y., Nov. 19 (9), 
1839; d. O., Oct. 22, 1881; m. O., Dec. 30, 1880, Geo. W. Park- 
hurst [b. Ascutneyville, Vt., Sep. 8, 1836; s. of Orson Parkhurst 
and Rozetta Graves]; res. O. ; wid. res. Buffalo, N. Y. (560 Dela- 
ware Av.); lawyer. + 

Josephine Louise Grant (1106,2141) b. Oswego, N. Y., Aug. 28, 
1841 ; d. O., Jan. 30, 1890; m. O., June 20, 1872, Wm. Rufus Hos- 
mer [b. Northfield, Mass., July 31, 1835; s. of Rev. Geo. Washing- 
ton Hosmer and Hannah Poor Kendall]; res. 0.+ 

Elizabeth Potter Grant (1106,2142) b. Oswego, N. Y., Aug. 2, 1847; 
m. O., Dec. 29, 1869, Joseph Lyman King [b. N. Y. C, Mch. 29, 
1840; d. N. Y. C, Jan. 13, 1879; s. of Ezeck Clark King and Sarah 
Coe McCullen]; res. Buffalo, N. Y. (31 Norwood Av.).+ 

CJiild of Eliza Grant (/. 68) and Sherman. 

William Sherman (1106,2210) 1. 1893. 

Child of Mary A. Grant {p. 6(f) and Henry Hull. 

Jonathan Hull (1106,2240) d. Lebanon Springs, N. Y. 

Children of Mary Grant {p. 6g) and Austin Pozvers. 

Orris Powers (1106,4610) b. Jan. 7, 1840; d. 

Sophronia Powers (1106,4611) b. Nov. 3, 1841; m. ^— Blan- 

chard; res. Arlington, Iowa. 

Henry Powers (1106,4612) b. May 5, 1843; res. Cameron, Neb. 

Rosaltha Powers (1106,4613) b. June 13, 1845; d. 

Adelbert Powers (1106,4614) b. Aug. 4, 1847; res. Cameron, Neb. 

Mary Jane Powers (i 106,4615) b. Jan. 28, 185 1 ; (m. ■ Powers?) ; 

res. Knob, Cal. 

Charley Powers (1106,4616) b. Mch. 9, 1853; d. 

Eunice M. Powers (1106,4617) b. Belvidere, 111., Aug. 29, 1855; m. 
(i) Grand Id., Neb., Sep. 24, 1875, Edward Andrews [b. Hartford; 
d. G. I., Apr. 29, 1877]; m. (2) Montgomery Creek, Cal., Dec. 25, 
1878, Henry Kirkpatrick [b. St. John, New Brunswick, June 11, 
1841; s. of Barnard Kirkpatrick and Ellen Cochran]; res. Dinuba, 
Cal.+ 



EIGHTH GENERATION. 149 

Children of Elizabeth Grant {p. 6^) and De Witt C. Bishop. 

Helen Bishop (n 06,461 Ao) m. Jas. Potter; i s. 

Julius C. Bishop (iio6,46iAi) res. Cairo, Neb. ; 6 sons. 

Orris Addison Bishop (i 106,46 1A2) b. Toronto, Canada, Aug. 8, 
1840; m. St. Charles, 111., Jan. 30, 1864, Julia Howard [b. S. C. ; 
dau. of Leonard Howard and Caroline Eliza Smith] ; res. Chicago, 
111. (213 Warren Av.); patent attorney and mechanical engineer; 
regimental saddler 8th 111. Cav. 3 yrs. in Civil War. + 

Children of William H. Grant {p. 6p) and Priscilla Parker. 

Albert Grant (1106,4620) res. Sauk Center, Minn.* 
Adelbert Grant (1106,4621) b. Nov. 27, 1846; d. Nov. 1875. 
William H. Grant (1106,4622) b. Dec. 1850; d. Nov. 1875. 

Elizabeth Grant (1106,4623) m. Andrews. 

Maria Grant (1106,4624) m. Stuart. 

CJiildreri of William H. Grant [p. 6g) and Malinda McMillan. 

Charlotte Malinda Grant (1106,4625) b. York Center, Dupage Co., 
111., Oct. I, 1854; m. Chicago, 111., Dec. 19, 1877, Vincent Simeral 
Boggs [b. Cadiz, O., Dec. 22, 1840; s. of Wm. Boggs and Martha 
Simeral]; res. C. (226 Wilson Av.); J. P.+ 

Herbert Harvey Grant (1106,4626) b. June 3, 1857. + 

Mary Luella Grant (1106,4627) b. Jan. 16, i860; m. Nichols. + 

Ida May Grant (1106,4628) b. Jan. i, 1862; d. 

Child of Warren Grant [p. 6g). 

Grant (1106,4630) (dau.), m. W. J. Edgar; res. St. Paul, 

Minn. (897 Jessie St.j.f 

Children of Wellington L. Grant (/. 6g) and Elisabeth A. Siandish. 

Ida Theresa Grant (1106,4660) b. York Center, Dupage Co., 111., 
Dec. 25, 1852; d. Shakopee, Minn., Mch. 21, 1871; m. S. , Oct. 26, 
1869, Thos. Payne, who wasb. Pittsfield, Mass. ; res. S. ; wid. res. P. + 

Orville Eugene Grant (1106,4661) b. Feb. 5, 1855; m, Apr. 1878, 
Nora Ross; res. Mankato, Minn.f + 

Baby Grant (1106,4662) b. May 21, 1857; d. May 24, 1857. 

Melvin Clarence Grant (1106,4663) b. Oct. 8, 1858; m. Sep. 8, 1890, 
Mary Starley, who d. Mch. 25, 1895; res. Waseca, Minn.f + 

Helen Florence Grant (1106,4664) b. Mch. 12, 1861; res. Waseca, 
Minn.f 

Ulysses Simpson Grant (1106,4665) b. Sep. 12, 1863, res. Marysville, 
Cal.t 

Charles Ray Grant (i 106,4666) b. Aug. 23, 1866; res. Waseca, Minn.f 

Bert Wellington Grant (1106,4667) b. Aug. 8, 1869; res. Waseca, 
Minn.f 

Archie Forest Grant (1106,4668) b. Mch. 28, 1872; m. Aug. 26, 
1889, Laura Darrow; res. Waseca, Minn.f + 

Children of Harriet Grant {p. 6(f) and Aaron Wilcox. 

George Wilcox (1106,4670) res. Kelseyville, Cal. 
Harry Wilcox (1106,4671) res. Kelseyville, Cal. 



150 THE GRANT FAMILY, 

Cliildrcn of Mary A. Grant {p. 6g) and James D. Sinclair. 
Charles Elisha Sinclair (1106,4900) b. Chicago, Dupage Co. (?), 
111., May 14, 1855; m. Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Aug. 17, 1893, Anna 
Miller, who was b. Mediapolis, Iowa, Sep. 22, 1861; res. Laporte 
City, Iowa; editor; elder of Pres. ch. at Luverne, Iowa, 1892-3.! 
Margaret Gertrude Sinclair (1106,4901) b. York Center, Dupage Co., 
111., Mch. II, 1857; d. Y. C, Dec. 14, 1861. 

David James Sinclair (1106,4902) b. York Center, Dupage Co., 111., 
Oct. 20, 1858; m. Lake Geneva, Wis., Sep. 17, 1884, Irene Monta- 
gue Moody [b. Westfield, Mass., Jan. 26, 1858; dau. of Austin 
Moody and Ellen Cornelia Sherman]; res. Washington, D. C, (302 
N. Carolina Av. S. E.) ; southern colonization and real estate; form, 
merchant; alderman of Duluth, Minn., 1890; clerk of D. district 
court 1891-5.$+ 

William Hugh Sinclair (1106,4903) b. York Center, Dupage Co., 
111., July 16, i860; m. Minneapolis, Minn., May 13, 1897, Nellie 
Harter, of M. [b. Cory, Pa., Sep. 6, 1872; dau. of Harvey D. Harter 
and Mariette Jane Dalrymple] ; res. St. Croix Falls, Wis. ; pastor of 
Pres. ch. ; A. B. Macalester Coll. 1894; grad. McCormick Theol. 
Sem.+ 

Catherine Sinclair (1106,4904) b. York Center, Dupage Co., 111., 
Oct. 19, 1861; res. Fruithurst, Ala. 

Jeannette Sinclair (1106,4905) b. York Center, Dupage Co., 111., 
Apr. 24, 1863; res. Humboldt, Iowa; teacher in graded schools. 

Edward Duncan Sinclair (1106,4906) b. York Center, Dupage Co., 
111., Mch. 14, 1865; m. Livermore, Iowa, Mch. 14, 1889, Mary Me- 
lissa RacklifE [b. Industry, Franklin Co., Me., Sep. 22, 1866; dau. of 
Eli Noyes Rackliff and Mary Adeline Neal] ; res. Fruithurst, Ala. ; 
farmer; dea. in Pres. ch. at L. 1 889-9 1.+ 

Mary Elisabeth Sinclair (1106,4907) b. Dupage Co., 111., Mch, 28, 
1867; m. Livermore, Iowa, Sep. 7, 1893, Frank Fenn [b. Provo City, 
Utah, July 15, 1861 ; s. of Wm. Fenn and Amelia Booth]; res. Rod- 
man, Iowa; farmer; treas. of Pres. ch. since 1893. + 

Arthur Lemuel Sinclair (1106,4908) b. Livermore, Iowa, Mch. 19, 
1869; m. Fruithurst, Ala., Mch. 19, 1898, Magdalen Lillis^ Neilson, 
who was b. Brathwell, Ontario, Sep. 13, 1866; res. F.f 

Children of Margaret J. Grant {p. 6g) and George Miller. 

Emma Miller (1106,4940) b. May 28, 1854. 

Frank Miller (1106,4941) b. Apr. 14, 1856. 

Ella Miller (1106,4942) b. Feb. 6, 1858. 

Sheridan Miller (1106,4943) b. May 30, 1861. 

May Miller (1106,4944) b. Apr. 19, 1866. 

Fred Miller (1106,4945) b. June 29, 1870. 

Cliildrcn of Orris W. Grant {p. 6(f) and Anna Baird. 

Roy Harlan Grant (1106,4970) b. Yorkville, 111., Jan. 11, 1877; d. 
Y., Mch. 5, 1877. 

Edna Frances Grant (1106,4971) b. Yorkville, 111., Apr. 18, 1878; d. 
Amboy, 111., Feb. 24, 1888. 



EIGHTH GENERATION. 151 

Frank Leslie Grant (1106,4972) b. Sublette, 111,, Dec. 30, 1880; res. 
Fruithurst, Ala. ; miller. 

Child of Aiiiaret G. Edgerton {p. yd) and Noah E. Pease. 

■William Henry Pease (1106,6510) d. unm. Springfield, Mass., Sep. 
I, 1883, ae 24; bur. Ellington. 

CJiildren of George M. Grant (/. yd) and Nancy Walker. 

Jennie Louise Grant (1106,6700) b. Coventry, Mch. 13, 1858; d. C, 
Aug. 28, 1879; m. C, Feb. 14, 1878, Eugene Harris [b. Feb. 19, 

1849; s. of Samuel Harris and Martha ; m. (2) Tolland, Apr. 

27, 1881, Sarah Elizabeth Bullard] ; res. C. ; wid. res. Hartford (234 
Barbour St.) ; horse-trainer. + 

George Merriman Grant (1106,6701) b. Tolland, May 6, i860; d. 
unm. Coventry, Aug. 16, 1886; res. C. ; farmer; member of M. E. 
Ch. of T. 

CJiildren of Edivin L. Grant (/. yd) and Sarah E. Ladd. 

Charles Ladd Grant (1106,6730) b. Tolland, July 13, 1850; m. S. 
Coventry, Nov. 21, 1877, Clara Josephine Brown [b. S. C, Dec. 13, 
1859; dau. of Geo. Washington Brown and Eunice Maria Bennett]; 
res. Hartford (22 Belden St.); well driver. $+ 

Lowell Chauncey Grant (1106,6731) b. Tolland, Mch. 23, 1853; m. 
Burlington, Vt., Mch. 28, 1876, Nellie Francis Ladd [b. B., Jan. 13, 
1858; dau. of Geo. Ladd and Helen Reynolds]; res. B. ; crockery 
merchant; form, bookkeeper; city treas. since 1894.$+ 

CJiildren of William H. Williams {p. yd) and Susan Tunison. 

William Nathan Williams (1106,6810) b. Lucas Co., O., Feb. 6, 
1858; res. Washington, D. C. (914 14th St.); lawyer and teacher. 

John Tunison Williams (1106,6811) b. Lucas Co., O., Dec. 23, 1861; 
d. Toledo, O., Apr. 16, 1895; m. T., Sep. 29, 1892, June Moor, dau. 
of Dudley Watson Moor; res. Omaha, Neb. ; wid. res. T. ; lawyer. + 

Frank Thomas Williams (1106,6812) b. Dec. 3, 1870; d. May 2, 1871, 

Anna Cole Williams (1106,6813) b. Lucas Co., O. Jan. 6, 1872; res. 
Omaha, Neb. 

CJiildren of Mary F. H. Williams {p. yi) and Thomas Clark. 

Nelson Clark (1106,6820) b. Maumee, O., Aug. 29, 1840; d. M., 
Jan. 21, 1841. 

Augusta Jane Clark (1106,6821) b. Maumee, O., Nov. 19, 1841 ; m. 
Superior, Wis., Apr. 2, 1862, Richard Relf [b. Lexington, Ky., Dec. 
27, ^^2>2>'^ s. of Daniel Clark Relf and Eliza Jane Bledsoe]; res. St. 
Paul, Minn. (76 Park PI.); form. Brainerd, Minn.; civil engineer. + 

Frances Amoret Clark (1106,6822) b. Maumee, O., Dec. 4, 1843; d. 
Erie, Pa., July 20, 1844. 

Helen Clark (1106,6823) b. Maumee, O., Nov. 18, 1845 ; d. on wreck 
of steamer R. G. Coburn, Lake Huron, Oct. 15, 1871; m. Superior, 
Wis., Aug. 3, 1867, Alonzo Palmer, who d. S., Oct. 20, 1869; res. S.+ 

CJiildren of Henrietta A. Williams {p. yi) and Alfred C. Moore. 

Charles Henry Moore (1106,6840) b. Maumee, O., July 14, 1855; d. 
Toledo, O., Dec. 31, 1875. 



152 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

Sarah Jane Moore (1106,6841) b. Maumee, O., Mch. 2, 1858; d. 
Oct. 10, 1858. 

RichardBradley Moore (1106,6842) b. Maumee, O., Oct. 11, i860; 
m. Toledo, O., Dec. 28, 189 1, Helen McGregor Stern [b. Cincinnati, 
O., Mch. 31, 1863; dau. of Ezra Oresback Stern and Mary Worth- 
ington Bosley]; res. Denver. Col. (17 S. Grant Av.); clerk. + 
Children of Robert E. Grant (/. 7/) a7id Kate B. Curtiss. 

Robert Chapman Grant (1106,6910) b. Chittenango, N. Y., Mch. 14, 
1872; d. C, July 22, 1873. 

Lucy Alice Grant (1106,6911) b. Chittenango, N. Y., Aug. 23, 1873; 
res. Washington, D. C. 

Harold Curtiss Grant (1106,6912) b. Syracuse, N. Y., Aug. 8, 1875; 
res. Washington, D. C. ; grad. Cornell Univ. 1898. 

Kate Roberta Grant (1106,6913) b. Washington, D. C, July 14, 1886. 

CLAN D. 

Children of David W. Grant (/. 7/) and Alice D. Denison. 

Grant (1108,2120) (dau.), b. and d. Bloomfield, Apr. 9, 1839. 



David Denison Grant (1108,2121) b. Bloomfield, Jan. 2, 1841; d. B., 
Feb. 26, 1841. 

David Denison Grant (1108,2122) b. Bloomfield, Apr. i, 1843; ^' 
Boston, Mass., Apr. 20, 1863, Mary Elizabeth Caswall [b. Andover, 
Mass., Nov. I, 1833; dau. of Rev. Henry Caswall and Mary Bachel- 
dor]; res. Toledo, O. (322 Machen St.) ; form. B. and Franklin, Pa. ; 
accountant; form, farmer; in oil business 1863-8; supt. F. Gas Co. 
2 yrs. ; postmaster 13 yrs. ; vestryman W. Hartford P. E. Ch. and 
St. John's P. E. Ch. of F. ; First Lieut., Adjt. , and Quartermaster 
1 6th Regt. Pa. N. G.$+ 

Joseph Wadsworth Grant (1108,2123) b. Bloomfield, Nov. 14, 1845; 
m. Chicago, 111., Apr. 25, 1876, Myra Bryan Fay [b. Columbus, O., 
Sep. 19, 1852; dau. of Henry Tudor Fay and Maryett Sanford] ; res. 
Franklin, Pa.; petroleum producer; pres. F. Pipe Line; private in 
Co. D. 22d Conn. Vol. Regt. 1862-3.$+ 

George Dudley Grant (1108,2124) b. Bloomfield, Sep. 8,1848; d. B., 
Nov. 4. 1851. 

Alice Dudley Grant (1108,2125) b. Bloomfield, Oct. 18, 1851; res. 
Royalton, Vt. ; form. Franklin, Pa., and Syracuse, N. Y.$ 
CJiild of David W. Grant {p. 7/) aitd Juliana Mills. 

Wells Mills Grant (1108,2126) b. Bloomfield, May 25, 1855; d. B., 
Dec. 8, 1855. 
: Children of Rhoda E. Grant (/. 7/) and Asahel C. Washburn. 

Emma Grant Washburn (1108,2130) b. Royalton, Vt,, Apr. 3, 1831; 
d. S. Hadley, Mass., May 24, 1848. 

Wadsworth Asahel Washburn (1108,2131) b. Royalton, Vt., Aug. 15, 
1836; killed at battle of Antietam, Sep. 17, 1862; unm. 

Gertrude Hamilton Washburn (1108,2132) b. Suffield,Mch. 4, 1844; 
m. Berlin, Mch. 4, 1864, Henry French Norton [b. B., Nov. 26, 1840; 
d. B., Oct. 30, 1875; s. of Isaac Norton and Milly Goodrich] ; res. 
E. Helena, Mont. ; form. B. and Syracuse, N. Y. + 



EIGHTH GENERATION. 153 

CLAN E. 

CJiildren of Edward Grant {p. y2) and Mary C. Keyes. 

Julia Grant (1109,3600) b. Conneaut, O., Feb, 20, 1846; d. iinm. 
C, July 20, 1877. 

Agnes Grant (1109,3601) b. Conneaut, O., Mch. 10, 1848; d. C, 
Sep. 8, 1849, 

Child of Henry Grant [p. jz) and Mary J. Viets. 

Lena May Grant (1109,3610) b. Conneaut, O., Jan. 23, 1856; res. C. 
CJiildren of Sidney A. Grant [p. J2) and Harriet R. George. 

Nellie Grant (1109,3630) b. July 1870; d. Lavery, Pa., June 19 (26), 
1892; m. Watts Flats, N. Y., Apr. 19, 1887, Arthur Monroe Powers, 
who was b. Edinboro, Pa., Apr. 18, 1863; res. E. ; wid. res. L. ; 
farmer. + 

■ Grant (1109,3631) (dau.), d. inf. in Pa. 

George S. Grant (1109,3632) (surname changed to Bundy), b. in Pa., 
May 2, 1873; m. Erie, Kan., Oct. 14, 1893, Dora Lavinia Mills [b. 
in Mo., June 28, 1873; dau. of Isaac Ethan Mills and Angeline 
Wiley] ; res. E, ; laborer. + 

Children of Charles P. Grant {p. yz) and Elva A . Hiler. 
Frederick G. Grant (1109,3640) b. Conneaut, O., Oct. 2, 1879. 
Bessie Myrtle Grant (1109,3641) b. Apr. 10, 1883. 

Child of Anna S. Grant {p. J2) and Frederick O. Nezvbcrry. 
Anna Grant Newberry (1109,3710) b. S. Windsor, Aug. 27, 1871; m. 
S. W., Sep. 13, 1893, Louis Elmore Hart [b. New Britain, June 27, 
1869; s. of Frederick Woodford Hart and Jane Maria Bassett]; res. 
N. B. ; with Stanley Rule and Level Co. 

Children of Roszvell Grant {p. 72) and Annie E. Mickell. 

Maude Mickell Grant (1109,3730) b. S. Windsor, July 10, 1875; res. 
E. Windsor Hill. 

Frederick William Grant (1109,3731) b. S. Windsor, Aug. 29, 1876; 
res. E. Windsor Hill; asst. bookkeeper with Pope Manuf. Co. 

Roger Wolcott Grant (1109,3732) b. S. Windsor, Sep. 19, 1881. 

CLAN F. 

Children of Charles Grant (/. 72) and Anna Gillette. 

Julia A. Grant (1120,2010) b. E. Windsor; d. unm. Wapping, Nov. 
18, 1878, ai 68; res. W. ; operative. 

Edward Grant (1120,2011) d. a. 1840; m. Wapping, Amanda Hayes 
[b. July 14, 1810; dau. of John Hayes and Sibyl Starkweather; m. 
(2) Marvin Fuller, of Vernon]; res. W. + 

Elvira Grant (1120,2012) b. (prob. Wapping) 1813-4; d. W., July 
18, 1866, se 52; m. Nov. i, 1839, Henry Chauncey Stoughton [b. W., 
May 3 (30), 1817; s. of John Stoughton and Hephzibah Sadd; m. (2) 
Sep. 2, 1868, Anna Lyman, of Manchester, who d. W., July 20, 1887, 
ae 72]; res. W. ; farmer. + 

Lucy Grant (1120,2013) d- Mch. 19, 18 17, as 6 mos. ; bur. Wapping. 



154 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

Children of Alfred Grant {p. yj) and Sally Sadd. 

Zelotes Clark Grant (1120,2020) b. Wapping; bp. Nov. 17, 1805; d. 
Bristol, Nov. 22, 1846; m. Litchfield, Apr. 30, 1832, Bethia S. (or 
T.) Morse, of L. [d. Fairfax, Va. ; bur. Northfield; m. (2) L., Feb. 
3, 1852, Aner H. Ives, of F.]; res. E. Windsor; rem. 1830-3 to B.+ 

George K. Grant (1120,2021) d. Sep. 15, 1810, in 4th yr. ; bur. Wap- 
ping. 

Trumbull Henry Grant (1120,2022) d. Feb. 27, 1839; m. Ann 

[d. Southwick, Mass., quite aged; m. (2) Cady]; res. E. 

Windsor. + 

Emily Maria Grant (1120,2023) b. Wapping; d. Logansport, Ind., 
July 19, 1853; bur. Lafayette, Ind. ; m. Edwin Matthews, of Bristol, 
who d. Peoria, 111. + 

Sally S. Grant (1120,2024) d. July 23, 1814, ae 6 weeks; bur. Wap- 
ping. 

Alfred Skinner Grant (1120,2025) b. Wapping, Apr. 10, 1816; d. 
New Haven, Dec. 3, 1870; m. Farmington, Dec. 16, 1840, Julia 
Woodruff [b. W. Haven (F.), Jan. 27, 1822; d. N. H., Nov. 16, 1885; 
dau. of Timothy Woodruff and Sylvia Woodruff] ; res. Windsor, 
Bristol, and New Haven ; contractor with N. H. Clock Co. ; coffee 
and spice merchant; J. P. at N. H. ; dea. of Ch. of the Redeemer. + 

Charles Sadd Grant (1120,2026) b. Wapping; d. s. p. Bristol, Dec. 
16, 1848, ae 29; m. Harriet B. Atkins, of B., who m. (2) Lyman 
Smith, of Stillwater, N. Y. ; wid. res. S. 

William H. Grant (1120,2027) d. Mch. 5, 1825, as 5 mos. ; bur. 
Wapping. 

Children of Clarissa Grant {p. yj) and Lathrop Glcason. 

Frederic Lathrop Gleason (1120,2050) b. E. Windsor, Dec. 5, 1820; 
d. Middletown, Jan. 1884; m. Hartford, Aug. 13, 1844, Martha Wil- 
lard [b. H., Aug. 8, 1822; dau. of Asaph Willard and Sophronia 
Wells]; res. H., M., and Norwich; wid. res. H. (12 Willard St.); 
successively bookkeeper in Exchange Bank of H., cashier of the M. 
Bank, flour manufacturer (Gleason and Willard), financial manager 
of N. Arms Co. (during Civil War), treas. of M. Savings Bank; 
member of the Governor's Foot Guard and Putnam Phalanx; dea. 
in Asylum Hill Cong. Ch. in H., and First Ch. of Christ in M. ; S. S. 
teacher; a man of literary tastes, accumulating a library of 12,000 
volumes, and reading several languages fluently; during his whole 
life he was an inspiration to others in vigorous intellectual and 
highest Christian living. + 

Girard Francis Gleason (1120,2051) d. ; m. Mary Ann Bradford, of 
Hartford; res. H. 

Children of Chloe Grant {p. 79) and Silas Terry. 

Oliver Grant Terry (1120,2300) b. S. Windsor, Oct. 25 (20), 1808; d. 
Hartford, Feb. 7, 1873; m. (i) Stafford, Dec. 9, 1830, Sophia Jones 
[b. S., Sep. 14, 1811; d. H., Sep. 22, 1857]; m. (2) H., July 24, 1861, 
Amelia Smith [b. H., Jan. i, 1830; d. H., Apr. 17, 1892; dau. of 
Norman Smith and Caroline Danforth]; res. H. ; pres. yEtna Na- 
tional Bank.+ 



EIGHTH GENERATION. 155 

Silas Burnham Terry (1120,2301) b. Oct. 5, 1811 ; d. (prob. s. p.) May 
24, 1844; bur. E. Windsor Hill; rem. to O. a. 1831. 

Children of Levi Grant {p. yj) and Anna Higley. 
Mary Jane Grant (1120,2320) b, Wapping, Sep. 24, 18 18; d, Union- 
ville, Oct. I, 1852; m. E. Hartford, 1839, Henry Wright, who d. U., 
1852-3. + 

Frances Ann Grant (1120,2321) b. Wapping-, May 19, 1821; d. Oct. 
10, 1822 ; bur. W. 

Frances Grant (1120,2322) b. Wapping, Mch. 27, 1824; d. June 9, 
1825 ; bur. W. 

William Birge Grant (1120,2323) b. Wapping (Manchester), Sep. 29, 
1826; d. Joshuatown, New London Co., 1868 (1870); m. Hadlyme, 
1849, Sarah Elizabeth Johnson [b. H. , Sep. 9, 1832 ; d. Norwich, 1885 ; 
dau. of Joel Johnson and Emeline Desals Huntley; m. (2) N., a. June 
18, 1873, Oliver H. Rudd, who was b. Montville, a. 1843]; res. New 
Haven, H., and J. ; ran boat from Portland to N. Y. C. ; wid. rem. 
to N.+ 

Elijah Grant (1120,2324) b. Wapping, Oct. 3, 1831; d. unm. Wind- 
sor, Aug. 6, i860; res. Windsor; conductor on New Haven and 
Northampton R. R. 

Emerett Grant (1120,2325) b. Wapping, June 6, 1835; m. Hadlyme, 
Oct. 21, i860, Chas. H. Miner [b. H. ; d. New Orleans, La., Jan. 12, 
1863, ae 27; s. of Calvin Miner and Clara Huntley]; res. Essex (Box 
125); served in Civil War.$ 

CJiildren of Melinda Grant (/>. /j" ) and Cross. 

Mary Ann Cross (1120,2330). 

Cross (1120,2331) (s.). 

Children of Liicina Grant (/. jf) and Pelatiah Bliss. 
Nancy Grant Bliss (1120,2340) b. Parma, O., Aug. 24, 1823; m. (i) 
P., June 6, 1 84 1, Wm. Cox Warner [b. Livingston Co., N. Y., Oct. 
25, 1815; d. P., Dec. 22, 1852]; m. (2) P., Jan. 12, 1854, Proctor 
Pearce [b. Niagara Co., N. Y., Apr. 10, 1824; d. Bloomingdale, 
Mich., June 22, 1897]; res. B. ; form. Eaton, O. ; Mr. P. was a 
farmer. + 

Bliss (1120,2341) (s.), stillborn Dec. 1826. 

Child of Elijah Grant {p. /j ) a7id Mary Flint. 
Edward Worthington Grant (1120,2350) res. in or nr. Grand Rapids, 
Mich.* 

Children of William Ctdvcr {p. yj) and Persis Rockivell. 

Culver (1120,2400) (s.), prob. d. s. p.; m. 

Culver (1120,2401) (dau.), m. (in Vt. ?) Strong; res. 

in Mich. 

Charlotte Culver (1120,2402) m. ; res. in Mich. 

Children of Oliver Culver {p. yj) and Alice Ray. 
Henry Culver (1120,2410) d. s. p. 
John Ray Culver (1120,2411) d. in young manhood. 
Caroline Cornelia Culver (1120,2412) b. Brighton, N. Y., Apr. 8, 



156 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

1818; d. Rochester, N. Y., May 29, 1892; m. B., June 15, 1841, 
Lorenzo Douglas Ely [b. Lyme, May 8, 1809; d. R., May 23, 1881; 
s. of Richard Dennison Ely and Phoebe Lay] ; res. B. and R. ; mer- 
chant, miller, and farmer; member of constitutional convention 
1867-8; trustee of St. Peter's Ch. 1853-81. + 

Cliildrcn of Hoiry Culver {p. jf). 

Laura Culver (1120,2430) d. ; m. late in life. 

Oliver Culver (1120,2431) res. in the West. 

Angeline Culver (1120,2432) m. John L. Combs; res. Stafford, N. 
Y. ; sons.f 

Lucina Culver (1120,2433) m. Lovid Rider. 

Children of John Culver {p. j/j) and Lydia Case. 

William Oliver Culver (1120,2440) b. June 22, 1817; d. unm. 

Nathaniel Case Culver (1120,2441) b. Mch. 14, i8i9;rem. 1849 toCal. 

Hiram Grant Culver (1120,2442) b. July 25, 1821 ; res. Dartford, Wis.f 

Leonora Culver (1120,2443) b. Feb. 14, 1823; d. unm. 

Cornelia Culver (1120,2444) b. May 5, 1825; d. unm. 

Marvin Alonzo Culver (1120,2445) b. May 4, 1827; res. Rochester, 
N. Y. (350 East Av.) in the homestead, f 

Julia Ann Culver (1120,2446) b. Brighton, N. Y., Apr. i, 1829; m. 
June 6, 1854, John Thompson Barnum [b. Dutchess Co., N. Y. , Nov. 
24, 1827; d. St. Louis, Mo., Aug. 18, 1858]; res. Buffalo, N. Y. (692 
Seventh St.).+ 

John Edward Culver (1120,2447) b. July 29, 1831; d. inf. 

Henry Melvin Culver (1120,2448) b. Oct. 5, 1834; d. inf. 

Children of Betsey Breiver {p. yf) and Daniel M. Cooke. 

Sally Maryette Cooke (1120,2610) b. Orwell, Vt., Nov. 10, 1815; d. 
O., Apr. 5, 1818. 

James Brewer Cooke (1120,2611) b. Orwell, Vt., Feb. 3, 1818; d. O., 
Aug. 3 (6), 1879 (1878); m. Saybrook (Lyme), Oiit. 6 (16), 1841, Lu- 
cretia Palmer Caulkins, of L. [b. S. (L,), Mch. 19 (13), 1819 (1817); 
d. O., Dec. 20 (26, 27), 1882; dau. of Roswell Caulkins and Mary 
Palmer] ; res. O. ; farmer. + 

William Mason Cooke (1120,2612) b. Orwell, Vt., Feb. i, 1820; d. O., 
Oct. 27, 1837. 

Lucina Grant Cooke (1120,2613) b. Orwell, Vt., Feb. 6, 1822; res. O.f 

Samuel Riley Cooke (1120,2614) b. Orwell, Vt. , Jan. 7, 1825; d, Feb. 
16, 1885; m. Benson, Vt., Jan. 16, 1866, Mrs. Tirzah Meacham, of 
B., who was b. May 16, 1838; res. O. ; farmer. + 

Henry Gorden Cooke (1120,2615) b. Orwell, Vt., Mch. 18, 1827; d. s. 
p. O., Nov. 29, 1896; m. Fairhaven, Vt., Nov. 30, 1871, Jane Hun- 
toon, of Castleton, Vt. ; res. O.; farmer. 

EUza Ann Cooke (1120,2616) b. Orwell, Vt., July 7, 1829; m. O., 
Oct. I, 1856, Wni. Edson Royce [b. O., Sep. 10, 1824; d. O., July 26, 
i888; s. of Alpheus Royce and Harriet Carver Moore]; res. O. ; 
farmer; she is a benefactress. + 

Charles Archibald Cooke (1120, 2617) b. Orwell, Vt, Dec. 17, 1832; 
m. Boston, Mass., Jan. 20, 1869, Ida Emogene Mather, + 



EIGHTH GENERATION. 157 

CJiildren of Samuel Breiver {p. 7^) and Eliza M. Bottiim. 

Meriam Eliza Brewer (1120,2650) b. Orwell, Vt., Mch. 31, 1831; d. 
Rutland, Vt., Mch. 2, 1866; ni. O., Feb. 5, 1857, Geo. Edmund 
Royce [b. O., Jan. i, 1829; s. of Alpheus Royce and Harriet Moore; 
m. (2) Martha A. Brewer (1120,2651); divorced; m. (3) R., Nov. 4, 
1875, Ellen C. White]; wid. res. R. ; treas. of True Blue Marble 
Co. and Steam Stone Cutter Co.+ 

Martha Augusta Brewer (1120,2651) b. Orwell, Vt. , Mch. 14, 1833; 
m. O., Sep. 6, 1866, Geo. Edmund Royce, wid. of her sister; res. 0.+ 

CJiildren of Warren Grant {p. yf) and Jane A . Easton. 

Cordelia Ann Grant (1120,3010) b. Wapping, June 11, 1826; m. 
Manchester, Apr. 6, 1842, Russell Keeney [b. M., Sep. i, 1819; s. 
of Horace Keeney and Marinda Keeney] ; res. Springfield, Mass. 
(264 Main St.); form, in Conn.; wool dyer; served in Co. B. 13th 
Conn. Vol. Regt. in Civil War.$+ 

Clarinda Grant (1120,3011) b. Wapping, Nov. 20,' 1827; m. New 
Britain, Nov. 20, 1844, Dudley Fox [b. E. Hartford, May 8, 1823 
d. Hartford, Aug. 23, 1889; s. of Solomon Fox and Clarissa Low] 
res. H. (488 Main St.) ; form. Hockanum, and Bellows Falls, Vt. 
jeweller; postmaster of Hockanum 1865-7; officer in Putnam Pha- 
lanx. $+ 

Walter Easton Grant (1120,3012) b. Wapping, July 24, 1829; enlisted 
in U. S. A. 1852; after discharge engaged in a drug store in Los 
Angeles, Cal. ; not heard from after 1856. 

Emeline Grant (1120,3013) b. Wapping, Nov. 29, 1831; m. Glaston- 
bury, Nov. 5, 185 1, Richard Hastings Boylston, of N. Y. [b. Spring- 
field, Mass., Aug. 3, 1828; s. of Samuel Boylston and Clarissa 
Chapin] ; res. Rowayton; manufacturer of children's carriages. + 

Franklin Grant (1120,3014) b. Wapping, Dec. 6, 1833; m. May 20, 
1866, Cecilia (or Francelia) E. Bean [b. in Me., 1850; dau. of Benj. 

L. Bean and Sabrina ]; res. in Me. ; form. Boston, Mass. ; cab 

driver; went to the West a. 1849; went to sea a. 1857-61; baggage 
master on Hartford, Providence and Fishkill R. R. 2 yrs. ; mate of 
U. S. gunboat Chippewa in Civil War.+ 

Harriet Jane Grant (1120,3015) b. Wapping, Sep. 30, 1836; m. Man- 
chester, May 30, 1852, Norman Thrall (1103,6212); res. W. + 

CJiildren of Warren Grant [p. yf) and Jane Allen. 

Edwin Allen Grant (1120,3016) b. Manchester, Dec. 16, 1840; res. M. 

Rosette Grant (1120,3017) b. Manchester, Jan. 10, 1843; m. Elling- 
ton, Mch. 22, 1866, Carlos W. Thrall (1103,6217); res. E. ; she is a 
nurse. $+ 

William Henry Harrison Grant (1120,3018) b. Manchester, Apr. 23, 
1845; m. in Ore., Jan. i, 1884, Madeline Frances Ward [b. Coburg, 

Ore., Apr. 21, 1855; dau. of G. R. Ward and Elizabeth ]; res. 

Port Angeles, Wash. ; form. E. Portland, Ore, ; agent for U. P. R. 
R. and real estate; form, locomotive engineer. + 

George Ripley Grant (ii2o,3oi8A) b. Manchester, Sep, i, 1847; d. 
Windsor Locks, June 28, 1849, 



158 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

Marcus Washington Grant (1120,30186) b. Manchester, July 17, 
1852; d. unm. M., Dec. 8, 1879; res. Providence, R. I.; employed 
in manufacture of jewelry. 

Emerett Chapin Grant (1120,3019) b. Manchester, Oct. 7, 1854; m. 
(i) Hartford, Dec. i, 1874, Frank Eno, s. of Joseph Eno and Calista 
Cowles; m. (2) Boston, Mass., June 2, 1894, John Radley [b. Taun- 
ton, Mass., Sep. 22, 1863; s. of John Radley and Mary Ann Barber]; 
res. Meriden; Mr. R. is a photographer. 

Children of Lyman Grant {p y^) and Jtilia Buckland. 

Hosmer Buckland Grant (1120,3030) b. Wapping, Oct. 7, 1833; d. 
unm. W., Sep. 8, 1858; res. W. ; clerk; an exceptionally fine and 
bright man. 

Elizabeth Julia Grant (1120,3031) b. Wapping, May 30, 1835; d. s. 
p. Manchester, July 19, 1898; m. (i) W., Oct. 19, 1864, Vashni War- 
ner [b. Wilbraham, Mass., Oct. 12, 1829; d. Rockville, June 9, 1866; 

s. of Vashni Warner and ^ ■ Alden] ; m. (2) M., Mch. 20, 1884, 

Timothy Keeney [b. M., Oct. 4, 1802; d. M., Jan. 7, 1894; s. of 
Timothy Keeney and Anna Franklin; m. (i) Martha Payne, of 
Wethersfield; m. (2) Sophronia Buckland, of M.]; res. R. and M. ; 
Mr. W. was a R. R. conductor, Mr. K. a paper manufacturer. 

Frances Ann Grant (1120,3032) b. Wapping, Jan. 6, 1842; d. unm. 
Manchester, Oct. 5, 1890; bur. W. ; res. W. in the homestead; a fine 
character. 

Children of Leonard Grant {p. 75) a7id RiitJi Rockwell. 

Ellen R. Grant (1120,3040) b. Wapping, Nov. 9, 1837; d. s. p. Hart- 
ford, May II, 1881; m. W., Mch. 11, 1874, Darwin Adams, who was 
b. H. a. 1827; res. H. ; wid. res. Buckland; cattle dealer. 

Chester Grant (1120,3041) b. Wapping, June 15, 1839; m. N. Bloom- 
field, May 6, 1880, Helen J. Johnson [b. Windsor, Apr. 13, 1855; dau. 
of Lafayette Johnson and Susan Jane Pinney] ; res^ Buckland ; farmer 
and brickmason ; selectman, on school committee. + 

Daniel Grant (1120,3042) b. Wapping, Jan. 24, 1840; d. W. ; bur. 
Jan. 26, 1841. 

Martha Grant (1120,3043) b. Wapping, Jan. 9, 1841 ; d. W., se 3 yrs 

Henry Grant (1120,3044) b. Wapping, Aug. 19, 1844; m. Bloomfield 
Jan. I, 1868, Martha Ann Hubbard [b. Bloomfield, Nov. 19, 1846 
dau. of Trumbull Hubbard and Rhoda Barber]; res. Buckland 
farmer and mason; rep.$+ 

Clayton Grant (1120,3045) b. Wapping, May 23, 1846; m. Somers- 
ville, June 20, 1867, Harriet Eliza ChalTee [b. Enfield, Apr. 25, 1848; 
dau. of Spencer Chaffee and Cindonia King] ; res. Buckland ; farmer 
and brickmason. + 

Children of Naauian Grant {p. j^) and Sarah Clough. 

Elvira Alice Grant (1120,3050) b. E. Windsor, Nov. 2, 1839; m. 
Manchester, Jan. 17, i860, Wm. Wallace Rogers, who was b. Pais- 
ley, Scotland, Sep. 24, 1836; res. Hartford; machinist. f + 

Adelaide Grant (1120,3051) b. E. Windsor, Sep. 20, 1842; d. E. W., 
Sep. 27, 1843. 



EIGHTH GENERATION. 159 

Alonzo Timothy Grant (1120,3052) b. S. Windsor, Sep. 4, 1847; m 
Hartford, May 21, 1870, Frances Betsey Calkins [b. Bolton, Sep. 3 
1845; dau. of Harvey Fox Calkins and Savilla Shaffer]; res. Santa 
Barbara, Cal. ; form. Providence, R. I., and Spencer, Mass. ; baker 
form, bookkeeper and farmer. + 

Roland Dwight Grant (1120,3053) b. Wapping, Aug. 24, 1851; m 
Waterloo, N. H., June 2, 1874, Mahala Cordelia Bean [b. Waterloo 
July 31, 1854; dau. of Dolphus Skimes Bean and Annie Robinson 
Eaton] ; res. Concord, N. H. ; prominent Bapt. minister and lecturer 
A.M. Colgate Univ., D.D. Colfax Coll.; pastor of churches at 
Boston, Mass. (Howard St.), Wakefield, Mass., Beverly, Mass., Port- 
land, Ore. (First), and C. ; ist Vice-Pres. of Grant Family Asso.$+ 
CJiildren of Hannah Grant {p. 75) and Henry Loomis. 

Angevine Henry Loomis (1120,3060) b. June 9, 1843; d. May 3, 1858. 

Josephine Hannah Loomis (1120,3061) b. Westfield, Mass., Jan. 13, 
1846; m. W., Feb. 26, 1879, Henry Goodwin Dewey [b. W.,Oct. 25, 
1854; s. of Franklin S. Dewey and Maria Goodwin]; res. Spring- 
field, Mass. (258 Sumner Av.) ; travelling salesman. 

Alice Marion Loomis (1120,3062) b. Westfield, Mass., Jan. 25, 1851; 
m. W., Sep. 20, 187 1, Wm. Francis Holmes [b. Tariffville, Jan. 8, 
1847; s. of Wm. Holmes and Jane A. Austin]; res. Springfield, 
Mass. (56 Forest St.); travelling salesman ; form, manufacturer. $+ 

Hattie Bush Loomis (1120,3063) b. Apr. 10, 1853; d. June 3, 1857. 

Clarinda Grant Loomis (1120,3064) b. Oct. 3, 1855; d. June 3, 1857. 

Children of Lemuel Grant {p. 75) and Ever line Loomis. 

Grant (1120,3070) b. Westfield, Mass., Aug. 4, 1845; d, 

Jan. 15, 1846. 

Chester Grant (1120,3071) b. Westfield, Mass., Feb. 25, 1847; d. 
Oct. 6, 1849. 

Frank Grant (1120,3072) b. Westfield, Mass., Dec. 21, 1850; m. 
W., May 25, 1875, Ellen Frances Peebles [b. Worcester, Mass., Oct. 
22, 1847; dau. of Lyman Peebles and Ursula Sackett] ; res. West- 
field; manufacturer and inventor; clerk and teller of ist Nat. Bank 
of Westfield 1867-70; of the firm of Geo. S. Peck and Co., whip 
manufacturers, 1873-8; treas. of Westfield Wheel and Emery Co. 
1876-8; manufacturer of the Grant corundum wheel 1878-84, being 
the first to adopt this mineral for general mechanical purposes; treas. 
and manager of Bay State Whip Co. 1884-93; director of U. S. Whip 
Co. 1893-8; sec'y and treas. of American Corundum Co. since 1894; 
dea of First Cong. Ch. ; Sec'y-Treas. of Grant Family Asso.$+ 

Martha Grant (1120,3073) b. Westfield, Mass., Jan. 30, 1853; res. W. 

Mary Grant (1120,3074) b. Westfield, Mass., Oct. 14, 1855; res. W. ; 
teacher in schools at W. and Mt. Vernon, N. Y. 

Children of Horace Grant {p. 75) and Lncina Grant {p. 97). 

Ida Eliza Grant (1120,3320) b. Wapping, Oct. 12, 1835; m. Feb. 10, 
1856, Andrew Jackson Fowler, of Hartford, who was b. June 13, 
1835; res. St. Paul, Minn.; form. H. and Lake City, Minn.; book- 
keeper.! + 



160 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

Justina Mary Grant (1120,3321) b. Wapping, Aug. 21, 1837; m. (i) 
S. Windsor, Oct. 12, 1859, Wm. Ozias Bissell, of S. W. [b. Feb. 28, 
1837; d. Baton Rouge, La., during Civil War; s. of Ozias Bissell 
and Mary Parker]; m. (2) Manchester, Dec. 9, 1865, Edwin M. 
Thrall (1103,6215); res. Windsorville.+ 

Frances Augusta Grant (1120,3322) b. Wapping, Nov. i, 1840; m. 

5. Windsor, Oct. 28, 1863; Elmer Giddings Clark, of W. Hartford 
[b. New Haven, Nov. 11, 1840; s. of Dorus Clark and Atlanta Hotch- 
kiss]; res. W. H.; farmer; selectman and chairman of board of relief 
since 1887.$+ 

Bradford Horace Grant (1120,3323) b. Wapping, Apr. 27, 1842; m. 
W. Dec. 31, 1863, Josephine Maria Pierce [b. W., Aug. 7, 1843; 
dau. of Joseph Moffat Pierce and Elvira Shepard]; res. Manchester; 
carpenter and joiner. + 

Frederick Sanford Grant (1120,3324) b. S. Windsor, Aug. 5, 1844; 
m. Hartford, Nov. 30, 1870, Mary Jane Talcott [b. Glastonbury, Dec. 
16, 1851; dau. of Roswell Talcott and Jane Eliza Hills]; res. Park- 
ville; form. Wapping; carpenter. + 

Laura Maria Grant (1120,3325) b. S. Windsor, Oct. 16, 1847; m. 
Talcottville, June 8, 1869, Frank Avery [b. S. W., Feb. 12, 1847; s: 

of Samuel T. Avery and Amelia ]; res. Manchester; supt. of 

Wapping Creamery. + 

Cliildrcn of CJiloc Grant [p. 75) a)id Henry Tor bush. 

Clementine Augusta Torbush (1120,3350) b. Aug. 26, 1839; d. Nov. 
I, 1840. 

Josephine Martha Torbush (1120,3351) b. (prob. Glastonbury), Feb. 

6, 1841; d. unm. Norwich, June 28, 1893; res. in Ky. ; rem. 1866 to 
N. ; music teacher. 

James Henry Torbush (1120,3352) b. Glastonbury, July 5, 1843; d. 
unm. Norwich, Apr. 3, 1872; res. N. ; clerk. 

Emily Antoinette Torbush (1120,3353) b. Lyme, July 22, 1846; m. 
Norwich, Feb. 13, 1871, Warren Lee Goss \h. Brewster, Mass., 
Aug. 19, 1838; s. of Wm. Whittemore Goss and Hannah Foster]; res. 
Rutherford, N. J. ; author; Harvard Law School; private in Co. B., 
U. S. Eng., 186 1-3; Sergt. Co. H. 2d Mass. H. Art. 1863-5; pub- 
lished subscription books in Boston, Mass., several yrs. ; sometime 
editor of the Woonsocket, R. I., Patriot and of the Valley Republi- 
can; author of " Recollections of a Private," " Jed," " Tom Clifton," 
and "Jack Alden."+ 

CJiildren of Anna Seymour {p. yd) and Benjamin Weed. 

James Weed (1120,3500) b. Canton, Dec. 26, 1813; m. Muscatine, 
Iowa, Mch. 14, 1847, Mary Ann Swift [b. Yates, N. Y., Jan. 26, 
1828; dau. of Thos. Swift and Marcia St. John]; res. M. ; farmer 
and fruit grower; form, dentist and nurseryman; Williams Med. 
Coll. 1835. 

Edward Weed (1120,3501) b. Canton, Sep. 27, 1815; d. C, Mch. 8, 
1825. 

Eliza Weed (i 120,3502) b. Canton, Aug. 21, 1817; d. C, May 20, 
1818. 



EIGHTH GENERATION. 161 

Chester Weed (1120,3503) b. Canton, Mch. i6, 1819; d. 1874; m. 
Muscatine, Iowa, July 29, 1873, Cora Chaplin [b. Quincy, 111., July 
29, 1844; dau. of Chas. Chaplin]; res. Collinsville; rem. 1841 to M,; 
agent for yEtna and Phoenix Ins. Cos. ; dealer in grain, horses and 
cattle, and farmer; first pres. of Iowa State Bank. + 

Eliza Ann Weed (1120,3504) b. Canton, Dec. 7, 1820; d. Muscatine, 
Iowa, Mch. 19, 1892; m. M., June 4, 1840, Joseph Bridgman [b. 
Belchertown, Mass. ; s. of Joseph Bridgman and Ruth Hawkes]; wid. 
res. M. ; dry goods, insurance, and real estate. + 

Seymour Weed (1120,3505) b. Canton, July 31, 1823; d. C, Mch. 
13, 1825. 

Child of Clara Seymour (/. y6) and Willia^n H. Hallock. 

William Grant Hallock (1120,3510) b. Jan. 22, 1825; m. (i) May 24, 
1853, Lucy Humphry [b. Canton Center, Oct. 4, 1830; d. Apr. 2, 
1874; dau. of Geo. Humphry and Laura Mills] ; m. (2) June 20, 1875, 

Louise M. Merrill [b. C. C, Aug. 11, 1840; dau. of Merrill 

and Lucy Mills]; res. C. C. ; farmer; ch. treas,, dea., town treas. , 
selectman, assessor. 

CIvAN H. 

CJiildren of Gerry Grant (/. j6) and Louisa Whiting. 

Grant (1136,1000) (dau.), d. at birth. 

Grant (1136,1001) d. at birth. 

Child of Marcus Holmes {p. yd). 

Holmes (1136,1100) (dau.), m. Williams. 

Children of Louisa F. Grant (/. 7^ ) and John Bond. 
Louisa C. Bond (1136,5100) b. in N. Y. ; m. in N. Y., David Tipple 
[b. in N. Y.; d. Sep. 26, 1882]; res. Madison, Wis.*+ 

Harriet Bond (1136,5101) m. Neaher. 

Child of Harriet L. Grant [p. y6) and Willard. 

John Grant Willard (1136,5110) (?), b. Feb. 6, 1814. 

Children of Harriet L. Grant {p. j6) and Weber. 

Letitia Weber (1136,5111). 
Emogene Weber (1136,5112). 

Children of Amelia M. Grant {p. yd) and Henry C. Vogcll. 

Augustus Vogell (1136,5140) b. Vernon. N. Y. ; d. unm. Rome, N. 
Y., se 24; res. R. and Elmira, N. Y. ; lawyer. 

Henry Eugene Vogell (1136,5141) b. Vernon, N. Y. ; m. Martha 
Harris [b. Chicago, 111., May 12, 1840; d. N. Y. C, May 22, 1891; 
dau. of Jacob Harris]; res. N. Y. C. ; form. Rome, N. Y., and C.t + 

Charles Jerome Vogell (1136,5142) b. Groton, N. Y. ; d. Chicago, 111. ; 
m. (i) •; m. (2) Sophia ; res. C. ; bookkeeper.+ 

Georgeanna Manolt Vogell (1136,5143) b. Elmira, N. Y. ; m. Utica, 
N. Y., Dec. 4, i860, Willey Josiah Pascal Kingsley [b. Frankfort, N. 
Y., July 29, 1824; s. of Obadiah Kingsley and Lavinia Tucker] ; res. 
Rome, N. Y. (no E. Liberty St.); physician; M. D., N. Y. Med. 
Coll. 1855; mayor; pres. Farmers Nat. Bank, Central N. Y. Inst, for 



162 V THE GRANT FAMILY. 

Deaf Mutes, R. Cemetery Asso. ; vice-pres. Jervis Library Asso. , 
R. Brass and Copper Co. ; director in many other corporations ; 
equipped gymnasium of Yale Univ. in memory of his son George. $-f- 

Amelia Arabella Vogell (1136,5143) b. Rome, N. Y. ; m. Capt. (Geo. 
S. ?) Walters; res. Brooklyn, N. Y. (799 DeKalb Av.).t 

CJiildrcn of Abigail J. Grant (/. y6) and John Tipple. 

William Grant Tipple (1136,5150) b. Vernon, N. Y., Jan. 18 (8), 
1834; d. v., Nov. 28, 1886; m. Oct. 28, 1858, Melissa Stockwell, of 
V. ; served in Civil War.+ 

Oscar Freeman Tipple (1136,5151) b. Vernon, N. Y., July 16, 1835; 
m. Stoughton, Wis., Jan. 24, 1867, Eunicy Elisabeth Davis, of S. 
[b. Jan. 21, 1846; dau. of Dewitt Clinton Davis and Ophelia Wait]; 
res. S. ; form. Rutland, Wis. ; farmer, hotel keeper, and liveryman ; 
served in Co. D. 7th Wis. Vet. Vol. Regt. 1861-5; dep. sheriff, 
police justice. + 

Candace Hills Tipple (1136,5152) b. Vernon, N. Y., Mch. 26, 1839; 
d. v., Jan. 26, 1841. 

Harriette Amelia Tipple (1136,5153) b. Vernon, N. Y., Jan. 3, 1842; 
m. v., Feb. 29, 1864, Henry Jas. Earley [b. Wells, N. Y., Apr. 25, 
1840; s. of Henry Earley and Louisa Whitman]; res. Vernon Cen- 
ter, N. Y. ; farmer. + 

Knox Deforest Tipple (1136,5154) b. Vernon, N. Y., Sep. 26, 1844 
(1843); res. Norfolk, Neb.f 

Margaret Osterhout Isabelle Tipple (1136,5155) b. Vernon, N. Y. , Oct. 
9, 1847 (1848); m. Oct. (Dec.) 12, 1867, Wm. M. Sargent, of Ripon, 
Wis. ; res. Minneapolis, Minn.f 

Charles Benjamin Tipple (1136,5156) b. Vernon, N. Y., May 18, 1851; 
d. Madison, Wis., in the army, July i, 1865. 

CJiildren of Augustus Grajit [p. 77) and Aw'elia Cone. 

Flora Marilla Grant (1136,5200) b. Torrington, July 8, 1820; d. T., 
Apr. 16, 1886; m. T., Nov. 3, 1842, Luther Bronson [b. Winchester, 
Feb. 6, 1821; d. Hartford, Jan. 10, 1887; s. of Salmon Bronson and 
Mercy Wheadon]; res. T. ; farmer and carpenter; chief clerk in in- 
surance office in H. 188 1-7; J. P. several yrs. + 

Matthew Anderson Grant (1136,5201) b. Torrington, Sep. 23, 1821; 
d. Burrville, Nov. i, 1896; m. Colebrook, Sep. 12, 1844, Chloe Cobb 
[b. C, Nov. 29, 1822; dau. of Daniel Cobb and Ruth Bidwell] ; res. 
T. on his grandfather's farm 15 yrs. ; rem. to B. + 

William Allen Grant (1136,5202) b. Torrington, Sep. 23, 1821; m. 
(i) Winsted, Feb. 3, 1843, Lucena Maria Shattuck [b. Torringford, 
Dec. 23, 1823; d. Torrington, Oct. 31, 1856; dau. of Ansel Shattuck 
and Maria Burr]; m. (2) W., Sep. i, 1857, Elizabeth Laura Wad- 
hams [b. Goshen, Aug. 9, 1830; dau. of Guy Wadhams and Clarissa 
Chapen]; res. Burrville; farmer. + 

Daniel Augustus Grant (1136,5203) b. Torrington, Sep. 23, 1821; d. 
W. Torrington, Oct. 4, 1892; m. (i) E. Litchfield, Nov. 4 (6), 1845, 
Elmina E. Eggleston [b. Waterbury or Woodbury, Vt., June 22, 
1818; d. W. T., Aug. 21, 1883; dau. of Benj. Eggleston and Sophia 
Atkins]; m. (2) Winsted, Nov. 6, 1884, Mary A. (Lyons) Preston 



EIGHTH GENERATION. 163 

[b. Salisbury, Dec. 20, 1828; d. T., Feb. 19, 1897; wid. of Wm. 
Preston]; res. T.; carpenter; prior to his death he and his brothers 
were the oldest triplets in the world. + 

Child of Augustus Grant {p. 77) and Roxana Clark. 

Susan Eoxana Grant (1136,5204) b. Torrington, Sep. 18, 1831; d. 
Erie, Pa., Aug. 27, 1858; m. Apr. 10, 1848, Geo. Russell Clark [b. 
July 15, 1825; d. Springfield, Pa.; s. of Converse Clark and Almira 
Burr] ; rem. to E. ; farmer. + 

CLAN K. 

Children of Nathan Wheeler {p. 77) and Desire Wheeler. 

Desire Wheeler (1142,1000) b. N. Stonington, Oct. 8, 1792; d. 
Stonington, Jan. 26, 1870; m. S., Feb. 10, 1811, Capt. Peres Wheeler 
[b. S., Sep. 17, 1789; d. S., Oct. 8, 1867; s. of Peres Wheeler and 
Desire Randall] ; res. S. ; farmer. + 

George Wheeler (1142,1001) d. ; res. N. Stonington. 

Nathan Wheeler (1142,1002) rem. to N. Y. + 

Bridget Wheeler (1142,1003) b. N. Stonington, Mch. 9, 1799; d. 
Franklin, May 30, 1874; m. N. S., Nov. 26, 1818, Geo. Hewitt [b. 
N. S., Jan. 26, 1797; d. Groton, Oct. 16, 1884; s. of Eli Hewitt and 
Williams] ; res. F. ; farmer. + 

Giles Wheeler (1142,1004) m. Hannah A. Avery. + 

Delia Wheeler (1142,1005) (a descendant is Mrs. John Randall, 
Norwich, N. Y.f). 

Charles Wheeler (1142,1005 A) d. ae 20 yrs. 

Emma Wheeler (1142,1006) d. unm. ; res. N. Stonington. 

Rebecca Wheeler (1142,1007) b. N. Stonington Feb. 17, 1810; d. E. 
Hartford, June 2, 1882; m. Stonington, Nov. 3, 1829, Henry Clinton 
Brown, M. D. [b. (prob. Preston), Jan. 3, 1804; d. Bridgeport, July 
13, 1868; s. of Wm. W. Brown]. + 

Calvin Wheeler (1142,1008) d. unm. 

Billings Wheeler (1142,1009) res. Brooklyn, N. Y. (222 Washing- 
ton Av.).t 

Children of Asa Wheeler {p. jj) and Broivn. 

Mary Ann Wheeler (1142,1010) (perhaps d. July 11, 1848); m. N. 
Stonington, Apr. 19, 1818, Roswell Randall Avery [b. Nov. 5, 1791; 
s. of Stephen Avery and Anna Wheeler]. + 

Asa Wheeler (1142,1011) d. ; res. N. Stonington. 

Fanny S, Wheeler (1142,1012) d. ; m. Mch. i, 1827, Alfred Avery, 
of Scotland, Conn. [b. Dec. i, 1794; s. of Luther Avery and Mary 
Wheeler]; 5 chil. 

Samuel Brown Wheeler (1142,1013) b. Westerly, R. I., Dec. 23, 1805; 
d. Feb. II, 1879; m. (i) Groton, Delia Ann Avery, dau. of John Jay 
Avery and Nancy Ann Murdock; m. (2) Jan. 13, 1874, Mary Ellen 
Baldwin, of Preston, dau. of Col. David Baldwin and Mary Brown; 
res. N. Stonington; speculator; dea. in Cong. ch. 1839-79; held 
town offices. + 

Eda Wheeler (1142,1014) d. ; m. Chas. Avery; no living descendants. 



164 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

Lydia Wheeler (1142,1015) b. N. Stonington, Oct. 29, 18 13; d. Wind- 
ham, Aug. 19, 1879; m. Jan. 8, 1836, Wm. Martin Johnson [b. W., 
Apr. 18, 18 15; d. W., Feb. i, 1881; s. of Levi Johnson and Annie 
Martin] ; res. W. ; farmer. + 

Martha Wheeler (1142,1016) d. s. p. Jersey City, N. J. ; m. Chas. 
Sisson, who m. twice after her death. 

Lucinda Grant Wheeler (1142,1017) d. ; m. Sanford P. Brown; res. 
Stonington ; no living descendants. 

Children of Hosea Wheeler {p. 77) and Nancy Brown. 

Esther Wheeler (1142,1020) b. Oct. 2, 1800; d. Stonington, July 18, 
1852; m. N. Stonington, Apr. 29, 1819, Capt. Daniel Bentley [b. S., 
Mch. 15, 1789; d. S., Mch. 27, 1875]; res. S. ; farmer.+ 

Wheeler (1142,1021) (dau.). 

Wheeler (1142,1022) (dau.). 

Child of Bridget Wheeler {p. yj) and Robert Wheeler. 
Robert Wheeler (1142,1030) b. Nov. 13, 1802; d. N. Stonington, 
1881; m. Lucy Palmer Miner [b. N. S., Mch. 16, 181 1; dau. of Sax- 
ton Miner and Content York]; res. N. S. ; farmer. + 

Children of Susanna Wheeler {p. 77) and Amos C. Maine. 

Susan Maine (1142,1040) b. N. Stonington, 1806; d. N. S., Feb. 
1892; m. N. S., David Coats [b. N. S. ; d. N. S., Dec. 24, 1835; s. 

of David Coats and Brown]; res. N. S. ; farmer; participated 

in battle of Stonington. + 

Bridget Wheeler Maine (1142,1041) b. July 23, 1807; d. Oct. 19, 
1836; m. Apr. 15, 1829, Leland Daniel Miner [b. 1806; d. N. Ston- 
ington, Apr. I, 1885; s. of Saxton Miner and Content York; m. (2) 
Apr. I, 1840, Hannah M. Allyn]; res. N. S. ; farmer.+ 

Ephraim Wheeler Maine (1142,1042) b. N. Stonington, Oct. 31, 1812; 
d. N. S., June 29, 1894; m. N. S., Nov. 14, 1845, Catherine Thomp- 
son [b. N. S., Mch. 3, 1826; dau. of Aaron Thompson and Elmina 
York] ; res. N. S. ; farmer and tradesman ; member of Third Bapt. 
Ch. ; a man of strong character, high ideals, and unwavering devo- 
tion to duty, but generous and charitable in his estimate of others. + 

Nancy Brown Maine (1142,1043) m. York.+ 

Ralph Hurlburt Maine (1142,1044) b. N. Stonington, Apr. 13, 1816; 
d. s. p. July 5, 1886; m. Hartford, Dec. 24, 1846, Elizabeth G. 
Erving; res. vStonington; Bapt. minister; Trinity Coll. 

Cyrus Wheeler Maine (1142,1045) b. Stonington, May 19, 1822; d. 
Providence, R. I., July 14, 1894; m. S., Oct. 28, 1847, Julia Edge- 
comb [b. N. Stonington, Dec. 22, 1825; d. P., Oct. 22, 1870; dau. of 
Nathan S. Edgecomb and Julia E. Williams]; res, P. ; grocer. + 

Child of Rebecca Wheeler {p. yS) and Thomas Ulieeler. 

Lucy Prentice Wheeler (1142,1050) d. ; m. Dr. Thos. P. Wattles, of 

N. Stonington. + 

Children of Rebecca Wheeler {p. yS) and Stcplicn L. Avery. 
Hosea Wheeler Avery (1142,1051) d. ; m. Nov. 15, 1843, Abby 
Brown; res. Norwich, N. Y. + 



EIGHTH GENERATION. 165 

Stephen Edwin Avery (1142,1052) d. s. p. 1863; m. Mary Pratt, who 
d. ; res. Norwich, N. Y. 

Nancy W. Avery (1142,1053) b. Oct. 6, 1821; d. N. Stonington, 
Mch. 9, 1885; m. N. S., Jan. 3, 1846, Francis Holmes Wheeler [b. 
N. S., July 9, 1803; d. N. S., Mch. 1880; s. of Amos Wheeler and 
Lucy Holmes]; farmer. + 

Child of EpJiraiin Wheeler {p. J 8) and Bridget Ayres. 

Ephraim Wheeler (1142,1060) b. N. Stonington, Jan. 30, 1831; d. 
N. S., Oct. 7, 1880; m. Dec. 29, 1852; res. N. S. ; farmer. + 

Child of EpJiraini Wheeler [p. j8) and HaniiaJi E. Miner. ' 
Ellen Rebekah Wheeler (1142,1061) b. N, Stonington, May 24, 1837; 
m. N. S., Feb. 28, 1868, Geo. Henry Frink [b. Stonington, Oct. 24, 
1834; s. of Pites Downes Frink and Nancy B. Pendleton]; divorced 
and resumed maiden name ; res. N. S. 

CJiildren of Russel Wheeler {p. yS) and Esther W. Hull. 

Russel Lathrop Wheeler (1142,1080) b. N. Stonington, June 23, 1830; 
d. s. p. Brooklyn, N. Y., Mch. 8, 1890; m. (i) Mary N. Conklin [b. 
Pleasant Valley, N. Y., July 16, 1831; d. B., Aug. i, 1879]; m. (2) 
Florence D. Thomaie, dau. of Geo. F. Thomaie, of B. ; res. B. ; 
pres. of the Hazard Powder Co. ; form, wholesale grocer; vestry- 
man of Grace Ch. 

Martha Hull Wheeler (1142,1081) b. N, Stonington, Aug. 29, 1834; 
m. N. S., June 30, 1855, Jacob Best Murray [b. Copake, N. Y., Dec. 
17, 1827; d. Brooklyn, N, Y., Aug. 27, 1880; s. of Wm. Murray 
and Sarah Best] ; res. B. (246 Carroll Park) ; wholesale grocer in 
N. Y. C.$+ 

Ann Eliza Wheeler (1142,1082) b. N. Stonington, Aug. 4, 1840; d. 
N. S., Oct. 26, i"842. 

Children of Oliver Grant [p. yS) arid Esther Breed. 

Mary Esther Grant (1142,1100) b. Stonington, Oct. 17, 1802; d. 
unm. S., Apr. 17, 1842; res. S. ; dressmaker and milliner. 

Oliver Burrows Grant (1142,1101) b. N. Stonington, Oct. 13, 1804; 
d. unm. Stonington, Oct. i, 1891 ; res. N. S. and Preston; rem. 1837 
to S. ; farmer and merchant; treas. of S. Savings Bank 1850-76, 
pres. 1876-91; in S. was selectman and rep.; dea. of First Bapt. 
Ch. of S. 

Ann Miner Grant (1142,1 102) b. Stonington, June 29, 1807 (1808); 
d. S., Jan. 7, 1875; m. Dec. 29, 1830, Orrin Safford [b. Preston, Dec. 
2, 1807; d. S., Sep. 22, 1875; s. of Erastus Safford and Rebecca 
Ames]; res. P. and S. ; farmer. + 

Lucy Breed Grant (1142,1103) b. N. Stonington, Oct. 13, 1810; d. 
Stonington, Oct. 25, 1888; m. N. S., May 10, 1832, Daniel Brown 
' Spalding [b. N. S., Sep. 7, 1802; d. S., Aug. 14 (15), 1866; s. of 
Asa Spalding, M. D. , and Lucy York] ; res. S. ; merchant. + 

CJiildren of Rebecca Grant [p. jS) and ElisJia Keenej. 
Calvin Keeney (1142,1160). 
Denison Keeney (1142,1161). 



1QQ THE GRANT FAMILY, 

Julia Keeney (1142,1162) m. Wm. Vincent Robinson; res. Ithaca, 
N. Y.* 
Mary Keeney (1142,1163). 

Children of Henry Grant {p. yS) and Polly Keeney. 

Grant (1142,1170) (s.), d. inf. 

Grant (1142,1171) (s.), d. inf. 

Charles Henry Grant (1142,1172) b, Goshen, May 8, 1827; m. (i) 
Millerton, N. Y., 1851, Jane Robinson [b. G. ; d. Pittsfield, Mass.; 
dau. of Thos. Robinson]; m. (2) Sandisfield, Mass., 1858, Anna 
Clark [b. S., 1833; dau. of Michael Clark and Lucy Hall]; res. P. 
(95 Burbank St.); form. Wolcottville and Falls Village; tin peddler; 
form, farmer; steward M. E. ch. 15 yrs.+ 

Grant (1142,1173) (dau.), b. Oct. 28, 1832; d. 1833. 

Frank Grant (1142,1174) d. se 3 yrs. 

Homer Jay Grant (1142,1175) b. Goshen, Oct. 11 (17), 1836 (1837); 
d. Pittsfield, Mass., Oct. 23 (22), 1868; m. (i) Nov. 1864, Augusta 
Lanphear; m. (2) P., May 5,' 1867 (1868), Elizabeth Noble [b. P., 
Oct. 3, 1847; dau. of Henry Noble, and Clarissa Tracy]; res. P. ; tin 
merchant. + 

CJiildren of Eunice Grant [p. y8) and Edmund Hoive. 

Edmund Grant Howe (1142,1210) b. Mansfield, Nov. 8 (7), 1807; d. 
Hartford, Apr. 23, 1872; m. (i) Brooklyn, June 16, 1836, Frances 
Kies [b. Charlton, Mass., Mch. 28, 1817; d. H., Jan. i, 1854; dau. 
of Capt. Samuel Kies and Pamela Davis]; m. (2) Wethersfield, Feb. 
5, 1856, Maria Buck [b. W. ; d. H.]; res. H. and N. Y. C. ; dry 
goods merchant and banker. + 

Daniel M. Howe (1142,1211) d. s. p. 

Eunice Minerva Howe (1142,1212) d. s. p. Dec. 15, 1893; m. Mans- 
field, D. M. Bettis, of M. 

Harriet Smith Howe (1142,1213) b. Spring Hill; d. s. p. July 15, 
1892; m. (i) Theodore Busch [b. Dresden, Germany; lost at sea] ; 
m. (2) May 25, 1882, Ezra Kingsley, who was b. Floyd, N. Y., Jan. 
17, 1814; wid. res. Deepriver; merchant; form, carriage maker; Mr. 
B. was an artist. 

CJiildren of Billings Grant {p. yS) and Lucy G. Sanford. 

Anthony Sanford Billings Grant (1142,1220) b. Stafford, Feb. 5, 1809; 
d. Milwaukee, Wis., Jan. 1861; m. Hartford, Caroline Woodbridge, 
of H. [d. M., Feb. 23, 1858; dau. of Ward Woodbridge and Mary 
Strong]; res. H. ; merchant. + 

Julia Elizabeth Grant (1142,1221) b. Stafford, Aug. 21, (1811?); d. 
Stafford Springs, Aug. 18, 1893; m. S., Joseph Clark Dow [b. Ash- 
ford, July 4, 18 — ; d. Milwaukee, Wis., Aug. 20, 1858; s. of Thos. 
Dow and Lydia Clark]; res, S. ; rem. a. 1849 to M. ; physician; M. 
D. Yale Univ.; members of St. Paul's P. E. Ch. at M.+ 

Harriet Swift Grant (1142,1222) b. Stafford, July 27, 1813; d. S., 
Oct. 16, 1817. 

John Miner Grant (1142,1223) b. Stafford, Nov, 26, 1815; d. unm. 
S., Sep. II, 1839. 



EIGHTH GENERATION. 167 

Henry Huntington Grant (1142,1224) b. Stafford, Feb. 14, 1818; d. 
S., Oct. 2, 1821. 

Harriet Swift Grant (1142,1225) b. Stafford, July 4, 1820; d. s. p. S., 
May 31, 1895; m. Ellington, Nov. 3, 1846, Lyman Walbridge Crane, 
of S. [b. Bound Brook, N. J. ; d. Stafford Springs, a. 1890] ; res. S. 
S. ; merchant. 

Catherine Amelia Grant (1142,1226) b. Stafford, Sep. 10, 1822; d. 
Ellington, Jan. 17 (19), 1864; m. E., Nov. 16, 1847; Henry Alfred 
Bliss [b. (Hartford?), July 3, 1818; d. Jacksonville, Fla. , Jan. 9, 
1856; s. of Alfred Bliss and Mary Roberts]; res. Broad Brook; rem. 
1854 to J. and to E. 1856; merchant; he was a constituent member 
of St. Gabriel's P. E. Parish, Windsor. + 

Henry Edward Grant (1142,1227) b. Stafford, Mch. 30, 1825; d. 
unm. Milwaukee, Wis., Oct. 12, 1853; res. Hartford, S., and M., 
bookkeeper. 

Charles Edwin Grant (1142,1228) b. Stafford, Mch. 4, 1827; d. El- 
lington, Aug. 5, 1842. 

Children of ElisJia Gi'atit {p. jg) and Nancy Claj'k. 

Mary Rowe Grant (1142,1230) b. Ashford (Mansfield), July 18, 1809; 
d. Hartford, Oct. 5, 1834; m. (prob A.), Chas. Colton [d. Pittsburg, 
Pa. ; m. (2) Woodstock, Vt. , ]; cashier of a bank in P. + 

Sophronia Madelia Grant (1142,1231) b. Mansfield, Oct. 9, 1811; d. 
Rochdale, Mass., Aug. 22, 1882; m. Hartford, John Hill Rouse [b. 
Griswold ; d. July 16, 1870]; res. R. ; P. E. minister; chaplain of a 
regt. ; she was postmaster. + 

Julia Grant (1142,1232) b. Ashford (Mansfield), Apr. 7, 181 5; d. 
unm. S., Mch. 5, 1894; res. S. 

Clark Howe Grant (1142,1233) b. Ashford (Mansfield), Feb. 23, 1818; 
d. Stafford, Jan. 31, 1892; m. Fishkill (Wappingers Falls), N. Y. 
(S.), Sep. 21, 1844, Eliza Woodward Hutchinson [b. Hanover, N. 
H., Jan. 21, 181 7; dau. of Henry Hutchinson and Mary Woodward]; 
res. S. ; wid. res. Meriden; druggist. + 

Children of Dcnison Grant {p. yg) and Sally Byles. 

Sarah Byles Grant (1142,1240) b. Mt. Hope, Sep. 22, 1815; d. M. 
H., Sep. 8, 1896; m. Mansfield, Mch. 24, 1846, Joshua Carey Bot- 
tum [d. New London, Nov. 6, 1897; s. of Joshua C. Bottum and 
Phelia Adams] ; res. M. H.; farmer. + 

Sophia Clark Grant (1142,1241) b. Mt. Hope, Feb. 25, 1817; m. M. 
H., Mch. 22, 1865, Jared Wentworth [b. Ashford, Mch. 16, 1803 (?); 
d. M. H., Aug. 23, 1887; s. of Jedidiah Wentworth and Betsey 
Webb] ; res. Mansfield ; farmer. 

Harriet Swift Grant (1142,1242) b. Mt. Hope, June 16, 1819; m. 
Mansfield, Mch. 15, 1848, Geo. Whitman Aspinwall [b. M., Oct. 13, 
1821; d. Palmer, Mass., July 25, 1888; s. of Thos. Aspinwall and 
Achsah Babcock] ; res. P.; form. Springfield, Mass. , and Northfield, 
Mass. ; farmer; held town offices; rep. + 

Eliza Grant (1142,1243) b. Mt. Hope, May 13, 182 1; d. unm. M. H., 
Mch. 9, 1869; res. M. H. 



168 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

ElishaDenison Grant (1142,1244) b. Mt. Hope, Feb. 18, 1823; m. 
Chaplin, May 16, 1854, Cordelia Martin [b. Windham, Sep. 29, 1822; 
dau. of Erastus Martin and Lydia Ashley] ; res. Ashford ; form. Pal- 
mer, Mass.; farmer; rep., selectman, assessor, collector. + 

Miner Grant (1142,1245) b. Mt. Hope, June 12, 1825; m. Pomfret, 
Nov. 22, 1855, Eliza Amelia Peck [b. P., Mch. 12, 1830; dau. of 
Alanson Peck and Abigail Carpenter]; res. M. H., in the homestead 
purchased in 1794 by Miner Grant (1142,12); farmer. $+ 

Lucy Sanford Grant (1142,1246) b. Mt. Hope, Mch. 6, 1827; d. 
Palmer, Mass., Apr. i, 1878; m. M. H., Nov. 9, 1853, Matthew 
Clark Fenton [b. P., Sep. 4, 1825; d. Rome, N. Y., June 24, 1895; 
s. of Col. John Fenton and Roxana Byles; m. (2) Springfield, Mass., 
1880-1, Ellen P. Simmons, of S., dau. of Benj. Simmons]; res. P.; 
farmer. + 

Adeline Grant (1142,1247) b. Mt. Hope, Oct. 30, 1828; d. Chaplin, 
Oct. 12, 1896; m. Windham, Apr. 17, 1849, Wm. Martin [b. C, July 
4, 1823; s. of Wm. Martin and Betsey Wolcott] ; res. C. ; farmer. + 

Josias Grant (1142,1248) b. Mt. Hope, Dec. 30, 1830; d. Brooklyn, 
N. Y., Mch. 31, 1883; m. B., May 9, 1854, Mary Elizabeth Northrop 
[b. Utica, N. Y. , Mch. 6, 1831; dau. of Harris Northrop and Jane 
Ann Grey]; wid. res. B. ; bookkeeper; many yrs. with A. T. 
Stewart. + 

Emily Grant (1142,1249) b. Mt. Hope, Dec. 4, 1832; m. Mch. 7, 
1855, Jas. Martin [b. Windham, Nov. 16, 1827; s. of Erastus Martin 
and Lydia Ashley]; res. Willimantic (107 Bridge St.); form. Chaplin. + 

CJiildrc7i of JoJin Grant {p. /p) and Fanny {Hall-Pcrit) Ladd. 

John Hall Grant (1142,1250) b. Stafford, 1817; d. Fayetteville, N. 
C. (S.), 82 less than 20 yrs. 

Fanny Lucinda Grant (1x42,1251) b. Stafford, Mch. 30, 1821; d. El- 
cajon Valley (Bostonia), Cal., Dec. 23, 1893.; m. S., Oct. 18, 1844 
(1843), Jas. Alex. Hazen [b. W. Springfield, Mass., 1813; d. Han- 
over, Oct. 29, 1862; s. of Frederic Hazen and Sarah Stedman; m. 
(1) 1840, Helen Rockwell, of E. Windsor]; grad. Yale Univ. 1834; 
pastor of Cong, churches at Wilbraham, Mass., 10 yrs., S. Williams- 
town, Mass., 3 yrs., and H. 10 yrs. + 

Lucy Ann Grant (1142,1252) b. Stafford, Feb. 3, 1823; m. S., Oct. 
18, 1843, Albert Barrett [b. in Mass., May 18, 1822; d. S., Oct. 19, 
1878; s. of Thos. Barrett and Marcia Work]; res. Zumbrota, Minn.; 
farmer; held offices in Cong. ch.+ 

Eunice Lee Grant (1142,1253) b. Stafford, Apr. 22, 1825; d. S., Jan. 

29, 1878; m. S., June 11, 1845, Wm. Augustus Foster [b. W. Staf- 
ford, Mch. 22, 1811; d. S., Mch. 3 (2), 1874; s. of Foster and 

Betsey Rice]; res. S. ; merchant and farmer; rep., state senator, 
sheriff 1857-63; col. of cav. in militia. + 

CJiildren of Clark Grant [p. jg) and Sabrina H. Clark. 

Miner Clark Grant (1142,1260) b. Ashford, Aug. 13, 1820; d. Aug. 

30, 1822. 

Emily Clark Grant (1142,1261) d. Feb. 14, 1829, se 6 yrs. 



EIGHTH GENERATION. 169 

Andrew Miner Grant (1142,1262) b. Ashford, Feb. 27, 1825; m. 
Willimantic, Nov. 12, 1850, Sarah Jane Williams [b. Mansfield, Aug-. 
I, 1832; dau. of Elisha Williams and Anna Gaylord] ; res. Lawrence, 
Kan. (131 2 Ky. St.); form. New London; mail agent. + 

Cliildren of PJiebe Brozvn [p. yg) and Denison Miner. 

Phebe Esther Miner (1142,1400) b. Nov. 5, 1805; d. s. p. in Vt., May 
15, 1870; m. Jas. (or John) Miner; res. in Vt. 

William Denison Miner (1142,1401) b. N. Stonington, May 15, 1807; 
d. unm. N. S., Sept. 10, 1881; res. N. S. ; wheelwright and farmer. 

Lucy Ann Miner (1142,1402) b. N. Stonington, May 25, 1809; d. N. 
S., July (Sep.) 17, i86i (1859); m. Wm. Baldwin Denison [b. Ston- 
ington, 1796; d. N. S., Aug. (July) 13, i860; s. of Jas. Denison]. + 

John Billings Miner (1142,1403) b. N. Stonington, July 19, 1813; d. 
N, S., June 7, 1847; m. N. S., Apr. 29, 1841, Sarah Crandall [b. 
Charlestown, R. I., Apr. 30, 1823; d. Tuckahoe, N. Y., Dec. 18, 
1 891; dau. of Beriah Crandall and Mary Clarke; m. (2) Ralph Coats 
(1142,104,01)]; res. N. S. ; wagon-maker. + 

Harriet Newell Miner (1142,1404) b. N. Stonington, June 17, 1815; 
m. (i) Sanford Wheeler; divorced; m. (2) Boston, Mass., Dec. i, 
1856, Cornelius Cornell [b. London, Eng., Jan. i, 1826; d. June 22, 
1883]; res. White Rock, R. L ; form. N. S. ; Mr. C. was a tailor. + 

James Henry Miner (1142,1405) b. N. Stonington, Dec. 9, 1818; d. 
N. S., Aug. 31, 1885; m. Westerly, R. I., Feb. i, 1857, Mary Ann 
Owen [b. Sterling, Aug. 6, 1837; d. N. S., Feb. 25, 1897; dau. of 
Josiah Owen and Rhoda Ann Griffith] ; farmer and carpenter. + 

Elisha Park Miner (1142,1406) b. Mch. 25, 1821 ; d. s. p. Oct. 31, 1842. 

Cyrus Lazell Miner (1142,1407) b. Mch. 16, 1826; left N. Stoning- 
ton for Cal. a. 1849, and never heard from; physician. 

CJiildrcn of Henry Brozvn [p. jq) and Thisbe Brown. 

Oliver Brown (1142,1420) b. Jan. 24, 1810. 

Mary Ann Brown (1142,1421) b. Mch. 30, 181 1. 

Brown (1142,1422) (s.), b. Oct. 25, 1812. 

Julia Brown (1142,1423) b. Dec. 16, 1813. 

Children of Lucinda Grant (/. /p) and Chester Stevens. 

William Grant Stevens (1142,1510) d. ; wid. res. Coldwater, Mich. 

Clara H. Stevens (1142,1511). 

Caroline B. Stevens (1142,1512). 

CJiildren of Charles Heivitt {p. jg) and Eunice Witter. 

Charles Hewitt (1142,1600) b. Preston, Nov. (Dec.) 20, 1813; m. (i) 
Poquetanuck, Mch. 2, 1838, Mercy Adelaide Grant [b. Poquetanuck, 
1814; d. Preston, July 19, 1848 (1847); dau. of AVm. Grant and 
Mercy Adelaide Avery] ; m. (2) N. Stonington, Oct. 22, 1850, Eliza 
Stanton (1142,1641); res. Preston; farmer and cattle dealer; select- 
man, rep., state senator. + 

Stanton Hewitt (1142,1601) b. Preston, 1815; d. Lisbon, 1860-1; m. 
P., 1849, Harriet Ann Ray [b. L., June 12, 1828; d. P., Aug. 2, 1870; 
dau. of Palmer Ray and Anna Brewster]; res. P. ; farmer; capt. of 
militia ; often rep. , selectman. + 



170 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

Franscina Hewitt (1142,1602) d. y. 

Erastus Fitch Hewitt (1142,1603) b. Preston, Nov. 26, 1824; m. P., 
Sep. II, 1849, Mary Jane Avery [b. P., July 5, 1827; dau. of Erastus 
Avery and Caroline Sydleman] ; res. Poquetanuck; farmer; held 
town and state offices ; often selectman and rep. + 

Joseph Henry Hewitt (1142,1604) res. Poquetanuck.f 

John Haskell Hewitt (1142,1605) b. Preston, Aug. 8, 1835; m. P., 
Sep. 9, 1869, Mary Louisa Downing [b. Columbus. Ga. , Mch. 31, 1844; 
dau. Lemuel Tyler Downing and Mary Eugenia Thomas] ; res. Wil- 
liamstown, Mass.; A.B. Yale Univ. 1859, A.M.; grad. Yale Theol. 
Sem. 1863; A.M. Williams Coll.; LL. D. Union Coll. 1895; prof, 
of Latin, Olivet Coll., 1865-75; actingpres. 1872-75; prof, of ancient 
languages, Lake Forest Univ., 1875-81; sometime acting pres ; prof, 
of ancient languages, Williams Coll, since 1882; director of Am. 
School of Archaeology at Rome, Italy, 1897. + 

CJiildren of Stanton Hewitt [p. jg) and Mary Avery. 

Mary Ann Hewitt (1142,1610) b. N. Stonington, Sep. 10, 1821; d. 
N. S., Nov. 6, 1821. 

William Stanton Hewitt (1142,1611) b. N. Stonington, Mch. 23, 1823; 
d. unm. N. S., Sep. 27, 1881; went to Cal. around Cape Horn 1849; 
returned to N. S. 1856; dentist; in the western telegraph dept. un- 
der Gen. Grant 1861. 

Mary Augusta Hewitt (1142,1612) b. N. Stonington, Apr. i, 1825; d. 
N. S., Mch. 29, 1835. 

Oliver Avery Hewitt (1142,1613) b. N. Stonington, Apr. 3, 1827; d. 
unm. N. S., Oct. 26, 1848; res. N. S. ; farmer. 

Margaret Lucinda Hewitt (1142,1614) b. N. Stonington, Apr. 27, 
1829; d. N. S., June 10, 1830. 

Margaret Hewitt (1142,1615) b. N. Stonington, Apr. 28, 1831; d. 
N. S., July 12, 1832. 

Charles Edwin Hewitt (1142,1616) b. N. Stonington, Feb. i, 1834; 
m. N. S., Feb. 22, i860, Eliza Ann Hillard [b. Ledyard, Feb. 20, 
1835; dau. of Wm. Mather Hillard and Lucy Morrilla Dewey]; res. 
Mt. Vernon, N. Y. (38 Valentine St.); form. N. S. ; boarding house; 
dea. of First Cong. Ch. since 1892. + 

Jane Eliza Hewitt (1142,1617) b. N. Stonington, July 13, 1836; d. 
N. S., Apr. 3, 1876; m. May 19, 1864, Andrew Jackson Avery [b.. 
July 19, 1822; s. of Amos Avery and Dorothy Crary; m. (i) Jan. 9, 
1852, Asenath Williams Geer, who d. Aug. 25, 1858; m. (3) Dec. 31, 
1880, Mary L. Meech]; res. N. S. and Preston. + 

Maria Louisa Hewitt (1142,1618) b. N. Stonington, Mch. 30, 1841 ; d. 
Mch. 31, 1842. 

Childreji of Williani Hewitt {p. j(f) and Eliza Williajns. 

Frances Eliza Hewitt (1142,1620) b. N. Stonington, Sep. 6, 1816; 
m. (i) N. S., Feb. 24, 1836, Geo. Sheffield Browning [b. Griswold, 
Jan. 8, 1811; d. July 6 (26), 1874; s. of Welcome A. Browning and 
Martha Hull]; m. (2) Vermontville, Mich., Nov. 6, 1876, Roger W. 
Griswold [b. Benson, Vt., Mch. 10, 1812; d. May 30, 1886]; res. 
Battle Creek, Mich. ; form. V. ; farmers. + 



EIGHTH GENERATION. 171 

Abby Lucinda Hewitt (1142,1621) b. N. Stonington, June 21, 1818; 
m. N. S., Sep. 27, 1838, Russell Brown Coates [b. N. S., Mch. 26, 
1809; d. N. S., May 4, 1878; s. of Russell Coates and Esther Brown] ; 
res. N. S. ; farmer; taught 26 winters; J. P. many yrs. ; members of 
Cong. ch. + 

Hewitt (1142,1622) d. at birth. 

Mary Ann Hewitt (1142,1623) b. N. Stonington, Oct. 29, 1828; m. 
N. S., Aug. 24, 1852, Gilbert Billings [b. Griswold, July 23, 1828; 
s. of Robt. Billings and Calista Kinney]; res. N. S. ; farmer; dep. 
sheriff since 1864; treas. of Cong. ch. since 1879.$ 

Child of Oliver Hewitt {p. 80) and Julia Piinderson. 
Oliver Punderson Hewitt (1142,1630) b. N. Stonington, June 4, 1826; 
d. unm. Preston, a. 1857. 

Children of Liiciiida Heivitt [p. 80) and Ezra Stanton. 

Emily Lucinda Stanton (1142,1640) b. N. Stonington, Nov. 12, 1816; 
d. N. S., Apr. I, 1880; m. N. S., Mch. 14, 1839, Joseph Dennison 
Hewitt [b. N. S., Nov. 13, 1815; s. of Benj. Hewitt and Desire 
Babcock]; wid. res. N. S. ; farmer; rep.+ 

Eliza Stanton (1142,1641) d. Preston; m. Chas. Hewitt (1142,1600). 

Charles Stanton (1142,1642) b. 1826; d. Groton, 1882; m. Julia 
Morgan [d. Mystic; dau. of Christopher Morgan, of Ledyard]; res. 
G. ; lumberman and speculator. + 

Children of Epliraini G. Heivitt {p. 80) and Eliza Prentice. 

Elizabeth Hewitt (1142,1650) b. and d. N. Stonington; m. N. S., 
Elisha Rood, of Preston [d. Stonington; s. of Nathan Rood]; res. 
P. and N. S. ; farmer. + 

Ephraim Hewitt (1142,1651) b. N. Stonington; d. N. S., ae i yr. 

Harriet Prentice Hewitt (1142,1652) b. N. Stonington; d. N. S., 
Mch. 1868; m. N. S., Sep. 1857, Austin Maine [d. Greenville; s. of 
Sanford A. Maine and Billings]; res. G. ; merchant. + 

Mary Esther Hewitt (1142,1653) b. N. Stonington; m. N, S., Daniel 
Belcher Morgan, of Preston, who d.; res. P.f + 

Emily Hewitt (1142,1654) b. N. Stonington, May 6, 1836; d. N. S., 
Apr. 1882; m. Samuel O. Grant (1142,3071). 

Giles Hewitt (1142,1655) b. N. Stonington; d. Preston; m. N, S., 

Harriet Eggleston [b. N. S. ; dau. of Oliver Eggleston and 

Stewart]. + 

Children of Eliza Hewitt (/. 86) and Henry Prentice. 

Prentice (1142,1660) d. y. 

Prentice (1142,1661) d. y. 

William Henry Prentice (1142,1662) b. N. Stonington; ni. N. S., 
Oct. 12, 1874, Angie Catherine Owen [b. Plainfield, Mch. 12, 1842; 
dau. of Josiah Owen and Rhoda Griffith] ; res. N. S. (Preston P. O. ) ; 
farmer; form, teacher. 

Child of Denison Heivitt {p. 80) and Mary Browning. 
Thomas Browning Hewitt (1142,1680) b. N. Stonington; m. Brook- 
lyn, N. Y., Amanda Brown; res. B. (RemsenSt.); lawyer. f 



172 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

Children of Kcturah Pahncr {p. 80) and Stephen Chapman. 

Noyes Palmer Chapman (1142,1700) 1. 1862; d. Canastota, N. Y. ; 
res. C. ; jeweller; postmaster. + 

William Harrison Chapman (1142,1701) m. twice; res. Clockville, 
N. Y.t+ 

Mary Ann Chapman (1142,1702) d. Clockville, N. Y., June (July) 
24, 1897, se 82; m. Conrad Moot, who d. ; res. C.+ 

JBenjamin Franklin Chapman (1142,1703) b. Clockville, N. Y. , Mch. 
24, 1817; d. Oneida, N. Y., Mch. 29, 1892; m. C, Nov. 10, 1841, 
Huldah Wilcox [b. C, July 16, 1820; d. O., May 13, 1894; dau. of 
Dea. Alanson Wilcox and Irena Johnson]; res. C. in the homestead; 
rem. 1880 to O. ; lawyer, civil engineer, and lecturer; grad. Hamil- 
ton Coll. 1839; his indomitable industry and perseverance soon made 
him one of the leaders of the Madison Co. bar; an influential Demo- 
cratic orator; school inspector, commissioner, and supt. , supervisor, 
district attorney, postmaster, county judge and surrogate; a man of 
vigorous mind and high standard of justice and right. + 

Chapman (ii42,i7o3A) d. unm. bef. 1847. 

Chapman (1142,17036) d. unm. bef. 1847. 

Chapman (1142,1704) d. unm. bef. 1847. 

Augustine Chapman (1142,1705) b. Clockville, N. Y,, Apr. 9, 1825; 
m. Nov. 13, 1845, Clinton LeRoy Colton [b. Canastota, N. Y., Dec. 
18 18; d. May 5, 1882 ; s. of Warren Colton and Speede Perkins]; res. 
Canastota. + 

Harriet B. Chapman (1142,1706) d. s. p. a. 1850; m. Harvey Spencer, 
of Rome, N. Y. 

Stephen Chapman (1142,1707) d. unm. bef. 1847, 

Chapman (1142,1708) d. unm. bef. 1847. 

Chapman (1142,1709) d. unm. bef. 1847. 

Children of Sanford B. Palmer [p. 80) and Polly CJiapman. 

Guilford Palmer (1142,1710) d. Fayetteville, N. Y. ; prob. m. 

Fidelia Drusilla Palmer (1142,1711) b. a. 1823; m. Eaton, of 

Fayetteville, N. Y. ; res. F. j 

Mary Palmer (1142,1712) b. 1825; d. a. 1843. 

Byron Randall Palmer (1142,1713) d. unm. Faj^etteville, N. Y., Dec. 
16, 1886. 

Child of Denison Palmer {p. 80) and Almira Martin. 
Sophia Palmer (1142,1740) m. Thos. B. Robinson; res. Fayetteville, 
N. Y.f 

Child of Phcbe Palmer [p. 80) and Redfeld. 

Redfield (1142,1750) m. Porter Tremaine; res. Minneapolis, 

Minn. (Judd House). f 

Child of Randall Palmer (/. 81) and Sophia Leivis. 
Loraine Palmer (1142,1760) d. 1875; m. Mortimer Neely.+ 

Child of Calvin G. Palmer {p. 81) and Harriet E. Johnson. 
Grant Merrill Palmer (1142,1770) b. Republic, O., Sep. 21, 1861; 
m. Lynn, Mass., Oct. 29, 1891, Marian Keene Breed [b. Togus, Me., 



EIGHTH GENERATION. l'J'3 

Dec. 20, 1866; dau. of Bowman Bigelow Breed and Hannah Putnam 
Pope]; res. Weston, Mass.; lawyer; LL.B. Boston Univ. 1886.$+ 
Children of PJiebe Grant [p. 81) and Justin Hinckley. 

Justin Grant Hinckley (1142,1920) b. Lebanon, Feb. 6, 1830; d. 
Norwich, Mch. 22, 1886; m. N., Oct. 31, i860, Eliza Backus Cottrell 
Chapman (adoption name) [b. N., Dec. 23, 1839; dau. of Wheaton 
Cottrell and Lydia Waterman Backus] ; res. N. ; wid. res. Bridge- 
port (126 Elmwood PI.); merchant. + 

Dwight Billings Hinckley (1142,1921) b. May 10, 1832; d. unm. 
Norwich; res. N. ; merchant and carpenter. 

Edward Strong Hinckley (1142,1922) b. Nov. 12, 1834; d. 1895; 
teacher; grad. Yale Univ. 1859; served in Civil War; 3 chil.+ 

Mary Loomis Hinckley (1142,1923) b. Dec. 12, 1841; res. Norwich; 
teacher, f 

CJiildren of Mary Grant {p. 81) and Leonard IV. Niclwls. 

Emma L, Nichols (1142,1950) m. Gilbert L. Hewitt, s. of Eli Hewitt; 
res. Norwich (30 Warren St.).f 

Harriet Nichols (1142,1951) d. 

Alice A. Nichols (1142,1952) res. Norwich. f 

William L. Nichols (1142,1953) d. 

Children of Joshua Grant {p. 81) and Caroline Hinckley. 

Lucy Ann Grant (1142,3000) b. Stonington, Feb. 7, 1802; d. unm. 
Lamoni, Iowa. 

Phalla Maria Grant (ii42,3oooA) b. Halifax, Vt., Apr. 21, 1804; d. 
unm. Stonington; res. Springfield, Mass.; milliner and dressmaker; 
a beautiful woman. 

Caroline Grant (1142,3001) b. Halifax, Vt., May 7, 1806; d. Rowe, 
Mass., May 7, 1893; m. H., Dec. 13, 1836, Thos. Scott [b. H., Jan. 
2, 1811; d. R., Aug. 27, 1890; s. of Jas. Scott and Clarissa Smith]; 
res. S. Rowe, Mass. ; tanner. + 

Joshua Grant (1142,3002) b. Halifax, Vt. , Mch. 16, 1808; d. Spring- 
field, Mass , Dec. 12, 1880; m. Longmeadow, Mass., Oct. 15, 1834, 
Abigail Calkins [b. L., Nov. 22, 1806; d. S., Sep. 13, 1886; dau, of 
Isaac Calkins and Abigail Hale]; res. S. ; freight agent of B. and A. 
R. R.+ 

Thomas Hinckley Grant (1142,3003) b. Halifax, Vt., Mch. 16, 18 10; 
m. (i) Whitingham, Vt., Nov. 15, 1838, Sophronia Briggs [b. W., 
Sep. 22, 1818; d. H., Nov. 25, 1870; dau. of Otis Briggs and Huldah 
Stone]; m. (2) Springfield, Mass., June 10, 1878, Sarah Elizabeth 
Williams [b. H., May 28, 1823; dau. of Park Williams and Sarah 
Belton Avery]; res. W. Springfield, Mass. (Merrick P. O.); form. 
W. ; farmer. 

Sophronia Grant (ii42,3oo3A) b. Halifax, Vt., May 20, 1812; d. s. 
p. Smithfield, Pa.; m. Jesse Bullock, of H. ; rem. to S. ; dry goods 
merchant. 

Charles Henry Grant (1142,3004) b. Stonington (Halifax, Vt.), Feb. 
16, 1815 (1814); d. Charlemont, Mass., Nov. 15, 1895; m. H., Mch. 
15, 1841, Berilla Plumb Niles [b. H., Sep. 12, 1821; d. Dorchester, 



174 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

Mass., May 7, 1897; dau. of Oliver Niles and Mary Macknight]; 
res. H. ; rem. 1862 to C. ; mill owner and dealer in chair stock and 
broom handles; a man whom everybody liked; members of Bapt. 
ch.+ 

Almira Grant (ii42,3oo4A) b. Halifax, Vt., Jan. 15, 1818; d. s. p. 
Conway, Mass. ; m. Rawson Adams [d. C. ; m. twice after her death]; 
res. C. ; shoe merchant; she was always loving and even tempered, 
but firm. 

Emily Grant (1142,3005) b. Halifax, Vt., Sep. 9, 1819; d. in the 
West; m. (prolD. H.), Nathaniel Woodard [(prob. d. in Me.); m. (2) 

] ; started to rem. to Salt Lake City, Utah, but she d. bef. 

reaching there ; farmer. + 

Edward Grant (1142,3006) b. Halifax, Vt., Sep. 9, 1819; d. (prob. s. 

p.) Pikespeak, • ; m. (i) Lizzie Noble; m. (2) Mrs. ; rem. 

to Wis. ; carpenter. 

Melissa B. Grant (1142,3007) b. Halifax, Vt., June 9, 1822; d. Guil- 
ford, Vt. ; bur. Brattleboro, Vt. ; m. Edwin B. Carpenter, of B. ; 
res. G. ; organ manufacturer. + 

Lovina Avery Grant (1142,3008) b. Halifax, Vt, Feb. 16, 1825; m. 
(i) Brattleboro, Vt. , Sep. 1844, John Hale, of Bernardston, Mass. 
[b. Watertown, N. Y. , 1820; d. Bernardston, June 4, 1846; supt. of 
a factory]; m. (2) Springfield, Mass., Nov. 7, 1850, Wm. R. Hinck- 
ley [b. Stonington, May 7, 1826; .s. of Thos. Hinckley and Mary 
Scofield; farmer]; res. Lamoni, Iowa. + 

Hannah Joanna Grant (1142,3009) b. Halifax, Vt., Apr. 13, 1827; d. 
Glocester, R. L, May 23, 1875 ; m. Springfield, Mass. ; June 16, 1853, 
Chas. Scott [b. H., Aug. 13, 1825; s. of Joel Scott and Elizabeth 

Hall; m. (2) ]; wid. res. Reading, Mass.; Cong, minister; 

grad. Hartford Theol. Sem. 1853.+ 

CJnldren of Lucy Grant {p. 81) and Dudley Randall. 
Lucy Kandall (1142,3010) b. Stonington, Jan. 20, 1802; d. N. 
Stonington, Apr. 19, 1839; ni- S., Dec. 25, 1822 (1823), Chas. 
Grandison Hewitt [b. N. S., Dec. 20, 1801; d. N. S., Apr. 25, 1876; 
s. of Eli Hewitt and Betsey Williams]; res. N. S. ; farmer. + 

Nancy Wheeler Randall (1142,3011) b. Stonington, Sep. 9, 1803; d. 
unm. N. Stonington, Jan. 28, 1842; res. N. S. 

John Randall (1142,3012) b. Stonington, Feb. 15, 1805; d. N. Ston- 
ington, Jan. 17, 1873; m. N. S., Sep. 27, i860, Eliza Ann Hewitt 
[b. Groton, Apr. 15, 1826; dau. of Chas. Stanton Hewitt and Cynthia 
Hewitt]; res. S. ; wid. res. G. ; farmer. + 

Esther Randall (1142,3013) b. Stonington, Conn., Jan. 18, 1807; d. 
Stonington, 111., Mch. 31, 1844; m. Stonington, Conn., Jan. 14, 1830, 
Allen Breed Peabody [b. N. Stonington; d. Stonington, 111., Mch. 
31, 1844; s. of Samuel Noyes Peabody and Lucy Breed]; res. Ston- 
ington, 111.; farmer. + 

Elisha Denison Randall (1142,3014) b. Stonington, Mch. 22, 1809; d. 
S., Apr. 10, 1873; m. S., Feb. 27, 1843, Eunice Pendleton Vincent 
[b. S., Sep. 4, 1814; d. S., Feb. 7, 1897; dau. of Wm. Vincent and 
Freelove Sheffield Pendleton]; res. S. ; farmer until 1853, then car- 
penter. + 



EIGHTH GENERATION. 175 

Desire Wheeler Randall (1142,3015) b. Stonington, Jan. 18, 1813 
(1812); d. N. Stonington, Feb. i, 1863 (1864); m. a. 1837, Benadam 
Hewitt [b. S., Apr. 3, 1808; d. S., Dec. 25, 1885; s. of Eli Hewitt 
and Betsey Williams] ; farmer and stock-raiser. + 

Almira Grant Randall (1142,3016) b. Stonington, Feb. 22, 1815; d. 

S., Feb. 4, 1835- 

Mary Randall (1142,3017) b. Stonington, Aug. i, 1817; d. N. Ston- 
ington; m. N. S., Wm. Collins, s. of Gilbert Collins and Lucy Breed. + 

Sally Farnham Randall (1142,3018) b. Stonington, Aug. 13, 1819; d. 
unm. S., June 23, 1887; res. Mystic Bridge and S. 

Children of Prentice Grant {p. 81) and Lucy Brown. 

Prentice Grant (1142,3020) b. N. Stonington, Jan. 27, 1810; d. N. 
S., Sep. 27, 1811. 

Erastus Grant (1142,3021) b. N. Stonington, Oct. 27, 181 1; d. ae a. 
14 yrs. 

Charles Prentice Grant (1142,3022) b. N. Stonington, Oct. 12, 1813; 
prob. d. inf. 

Francis Nelson Grant (1142,3023) b. N. Stonington, Sep. 4, 1815; m. 
Norwich, N. Y., Jan. 12, 1842, Lydia Davis [b. N., Dec. 9, 1819; d. 
N., Sep. 25, 1875; dau, of Joseph Davis and Abigail Prey]; res. N. ; 
form. Granville, Mass. ; farmer. + 

Frederick Grant (1142,3024) d. Stonington, ae 9 yrs. 

Lucy Angeline Grant (1142,3025) b. Stonington, Apr. 23, 1823 (1819); 
d. Norwich, N. Y., Apr. 1855 (1859); m. N., Frederick Bisbee Hop- 
kins [b. N., Aug. 27, 1818; s. of Frederick Hopkins and Polly Bis- 
bee] ; res. N. ; wid. res. Middletown, N. Y. ; farmer. + 

CJiildren of Prentice Grant [p. 81) and Mary H. Bcntley. 

Mary Horton Grant (1142,3026) b. N. Stonington, Aug. 10, 1826; 
d. Norwich, N. Y., May 25, 1888; m. N., Mch. 2, 1847, Chas. 
Melancthon Purdy [b. N., Aug. 16, 1824; s. of Smith Purdy and 
Prudence Gales] ; res. N. ; physician. + 

Stiles Bentley Grant (1142,3027) b. Stonington, Apr. 14, 1828; m. 
Norwich, N. Y., Sarah Adelaide Wetmore [b. N,, May 20, 1836; d. 
N., July 4, 1894; dau. of Gideon Wetmore, Jr., and Frances L. 
Turner] ; res. N. ; farmer. + 

Edwin Grant (1142,3028) d. a. 1887; m. , who d. ; only s. d. 

inf. 

CJiildren of Sarah Grant [p. 81) and Daniel Farnham. 

Charles Henry Farnham (1142,3030) b. Stonington, 1810; d. Derby 
(Willimantic), July 6, 1849; m. Windham, Nancy Ordelia Avery [b. 
Windham (Groton), July 25, 1819 (1818) ; d. Willimantic, Feb. 22, 
1888 (1887); dau. of Wm. W. Avery and Nancy Smith]; res. Wind- 
ham and Willimantic ; manufacturer. + 

Clarissa Almira Farnham (1142,3031) b. Stonington, June 20, 1812; 
d. Brooklyn, N. Y., July 18, 1867; m. 1833, Geo. Little Meacham, 
wid. of Eliza A. Grant (1142,391); res. B.+ 

Daniel Grant Farnham (1142,3032) b. Stonington, 1815; d. s. p. 
Brooklyn, N. Y., May 1881; m. Roxana [b. Lyme; d. L., 



176 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

July 1895]; res. B. ; member of firm of Meacham and Farnham, fruit 
merchants, of N. Y. C. ; eh. trustee. 

Children of Charles Grant [p. 81) and Lydia Barber. 

Phebe Grant (1142,3040) d. Providence, R. I.; m. Fenner Boss, of 
Plainfield.+ 

Lucinda Grant (1142,3041) b. Little Rest Hill, R. I., July 7, 1821; 
m. Norwich, Nov. 25, 1842, George Minor Denison [b. Plainfield, 
June 7, 1820; s. of Nathan Denison and Betsy Plummer]; res. 
Moosup; carpenter and undertaker. f+ 

Sally Grant (1142,3042) d. unm, N. Y. C. 

Nancy Mary Grant (1142,3043) d. unm. 

Adeline Grant (1142,3044) d. ; m. Horton, of Providence, 

R. I.+ 

Children of Henry Grant {p. 82) and Fanny Bailey. 

Charles Henry Grant (1142,3050) b. N. Stonington, Jan. i, 1823; d. 
unm. Charleston, S. C, a. 1864; res. Stonington; sailor. 

Gideon P. Grant (1142,3051) b. N. Stonington, Nov. 1824; d. in 
Cal., 1 85 1-4; m. N. S., Harriet B. Avery [d. Stonington; dau. of 

(Chas. G. ?) Avery and Almira Wheeler; m. (2) S., Horsfall]; 

res. S. ; went to Cal. a. 1849; carpenter. 

Almira Weaver Grant (1142,3052) b. N. Stonington, Dec. 3, 1826; 
m. Stonington, Feb. 5, 1850, Francis Antonio Levey, of S. [b. 

Azores Id., Apr. 21, 1820; s. of Francis Levey and Maria ]; 

res. S. ; sailor. + 

Lucy Ann Grant (1142,3053) b. N. Stonington, Dec. i, 1828; m. 
Stonington, Nov. 22, 1843, Ethan Allen Denison Collins [b. N. S., 
Nov. 24, 1 818; d. Washington, D. C, Jan. 28, 1896; s. of Gilbert 
Collins and Lucy Breed]; res. W. (1202 P. St., N. W.); form. S. ; 
cooper and sailor. + 

Eliza Mary Grant (1142,3054) b. N. Stonington, 1830; d. inf. Mystic. 
Children of Caleb Grant [p. 82) and Lura Peabody. 

Joshua Franklin Grant (1142,3070) b. N. Stonington, Apr. 19, 1829; 
d. unm. N. S. (Stonington, 111.), Mch. 10 (7), 1869 (1868); res. N. S. ; 
farmer. 

Samuel Orrin Grant (1142,3071) b. N. Stonington, July 20, 1831; d. 
Preston, May 13, 1885; m. N. S., May 23, 1866, Emily A. Hewitt 
(1142,1654); res. N. S. in the homestead ; farmer. -i- 

Harriet Augusta Grant (1142,3072) b. N. Stonington, Dec. 24, 1833; 
m. N. S., Oct. II, 1855, Benj. Adam Gallup [b. Sterling, Aug, 28, 
1819; d. vSt. Louis, Mo., Jan 29, 1896; s. of John A. Gallup and 
Polly Barber; m. (i) Sep. 21, 1843, Abby M. Palmer]; res. S. L. 
(3879 Delmar Boulevard); form. Marshall, Mich; M. D. Cincinnati 
Med. Coll. a. 1847.$+ 

Sarah Elizabeth Grant (1142,3073) b. N. Stonington, Sep. 15, 1836; 
m. N. S., Aug. 29, 1855, Oliver Brown [b. S. Kingston, R. I., Mch. 
31, 1830; s. of Oliver Brown and Eliza Eels]; res. Andover; form. 
St. John, N. B., Breckenridge, Mo., and Springfield, Mo.; Pres. 
minister; grad. Yale Univ.$+ 



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EIGHTH GENERATION. 177 

Lucy Peabody Grant (1142,3074) b. N. Stonington, June 21, 1839; d. 
Oct. 4 (3), 1880; m. Jan. 3, 1871, Allen Riley Sprague [b. New- 
Haven, Vt., Mch. 2, 1844; s. of Riley Sprague and Electa Prime; 
m. (2) her sister Mary]; res. N. S. and Breckenridge, Mo. ; wid. res. 
Ritchey, Mo.; miller. + 

Mary Grant (1142,3075) b. N. Stonington, Jan. 15, 1842; m. Spring- 
field, Mo., June 18, 1883, Allen Riley Sprague, wid. of her sister 
Lucy; res. Ritchey, Mo.; form. N. S. and Marshall, Mich. 

Children of Alinira Grant {p. 82) and Noyes Weaver. 

Dudley Weaver (1142,3080) d. 

George Meacham Weaver (1142,3081) d. 

Weaver (1142,3082) (dau.). 

CJiildren of PJiebe Cole [p. 82) and NatJian Pendleton. 

Nathan Sands Pendleton (1142,3200) b. N. Stonington, Jan. 18, 1805 
went away a. 1826, and never heard from. 

Charles Henry Pendleton (1142,3201) b. N. Stonington, Jan. 19, 1807 
d. unm. in Cal., Oct. 1852; teacher. 

Enoch Burrows Pendleton (1142,3202) b. Pendleton Hill, Sep. 5, 1808 
d. Westerly, R, I., Nov. 11, 1875; m. P. H., Oct. 30, 1843, Mary 
Etta Chapman [b. Griswold, May 13, 1821; dau. of Andrew Chap- 
man and Wealthy Ann Palmer]; rem. to Brooklyn, N. Y. , and in 
1847 to W. ; merchant; postmaster 1861-75 ; state senator 1855-6; U. 
S. asst. assessor 1862-7; councilman of W. ; clerk of First Bapt. Ch. 
of P. H.+ 

Phebe Esther Pendleton (1142,3203) b. N. Stonington, Aug. 30, 
1810; d. Dorchester, Mass., Dec. 17,1839; m. June 30, 1830, Brad- 
ley Miner [b. N, S., July 18, 1808; d. Providence, R. I., Oct. 28, 
1854; s. of Saxton Miner and Content York; m. (2) Louisa Tucker]; 
pastor of Bapt. churches at Fall River, Mass. (First), Pawtuxet, R. 
I., Woonsocket, R. I., D., and Pittsfield, Mass.; grad. Newton 
Theol. Inst. ; A. M. Colgate Univ. + 

DeWitt Clinton Pendleton (1142,3204) b. Pendleton Hill, May 27, 

.1812; d. Apr. 18, 1872; m. (i) ; m. (2) H. Amanda Bagley 

[b. Stonington, Aug. 25, 1837; d. Usquepaugh, R. I.; dau. of Ed- 
mund Bagley and Abby S. Spencer]. + 

William Franklin Pendleton (1142,3205) b. Pendleton Hill, Apr. 15, 
1814 (1815); d. Max Meadows (Williamsburg), Va., Feb. 7, 1864 
(1865); m. Christiansburg, Va. , Apr. 1840, Sarah Ann Haugh (or 
Huff) [b. Staunton, Va., 1817; d. C, Oct. 29, 1865; dau. of Jas. Jen- 
nings Haugh and Elizabeth Charlton] ; res. M. M. and W. ; mer- 
chant, postmaster, and station agent. + 

Sarah Ann Pendleton (ii42,32o5A) b. N. Stonington, May 23, 1816; 
d. y. N. S. 

Susan Amelia Pendleton (1142,3206) b. Pendleton Hill, Mch. 18, 
1818; d. Pawcatuck, Apr. 30, 1872; m. P. H., Nov. 28, 1842, John 
Avery Morgan [b. Groton, Mch. 15, 1809; d. P., Jan 6, 1883; s. of 

Nicholas Morgan and Phebe Avery; m. (i) ]; res. P. ; cashier 

of P. National Bank 1849-79. + 



178 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

Nancy Mary Pendleton (ii42,32o6A) b. N. Stonington, Mch. i, 1820; 
d. unm. N. S., July 11, 1841. 

James Monroe Pendleton (1142,3207) b. N. Stonington, Jan. 10, 1822; 
d. s. p. Westerly, R. I., Feb. 16, 1889; m. Bella Bethina Spencer, of 
Suffield ; wid. res. W. ; insurance. 

Lydia Elizabeth Pendleton (1142,3208) b. Apr. 4, 1824; d. N. Ston- 
ington, Aug. 15, 1 84 1. 

Keturah Catharine Pendleton (1142,3209) b. May 13, 1827: d. unm. 
Providence, R. I., Nov. 6, 1881. 

CJiildren of Susmi Cole {p. 82) and Daniel Carr. 

Ann Elizabeth Carr (1142,3220) b. N. Stonington, May 17, 1819; d. 
Westerly, R. I., Dec. 28, 1884; m. N. S., Feb. 20, 1836 (1837), Na- 
than Henry Langworthy [b. N. S., Oct. 17, 1812; d. W., May 28, 
1889; s. of John Langworthy, Jr., and (Sarah Pendleton ?)]; res. W. ; 
grocer; dea. of Seventh Day Bapt. ch. + 

Sands Carr (1142,3221) d, ; res. Ashaway, R. I.+ 

CJiildren of Gurdon Grant {p. 82) and Lydia Silliman. 

William C. Grant (1142,3410) m, Harriet Morse, who was b. Syra- 
cuse, N. Y., a. 1825; rem. to the West a. 1866, and supposed to have 
d. ; wid. res. Philadelphia, Pa. (4724 Warrington Av.).+ 

Mary Grant (1142,3411) d. July 1884 or 1885; m. Pliny Moore, of 
Troy, N. Y. ; res. T. + 

George Edward Grant (1142,3412) b. Troy, N. Y., July 19, 1832; m. 
Sangerfield, N. Y., June i, 1859, Mary Rosamond Winchell [b. S., 
June 27, 1835; dau. of Joseph Nichols Winchell and Mary A. Tomp- 
kins]; res. W. Roxbury, Mass. (23 Mt. Vernon St.); electric motors, 
steam and electric supplies. + 

CJiildren of Gilbert Grant {p. 82) and Elizabeth Wells. 

Eliza Anna Grant (1142,3500) b. Mystic, Apr. 27, 1818; res. N. Y. C. 
(685 Amsterdam Av.); form. Mystic Bridge. 

Gilbert William Grant (1142,3501) b. N. Stonington (Mystic), May 
17, 1822; d. Cleveland, O., Aug. 4, 1886; m. Providence, R. I., 
Nov. 3 (2), 185 1, Susan Lawton [b. P., May 16, 1828; dau. of Geo. 
Dorrance Lawton and Maria Andrews] ; res. N. Y. C. ; rem. 1861-2 
to C. ; produce merchant; a man of purest character. -t- 

Lucy B. Grant (1142,3502) b. Mystic, Sep. 15, 1824; m. M., Peleg 
Brown Lawton [b. Griswold; d. Union, N. J., July 20, 1892; s. of 
Dea. Job Lawton and Margaret Marsh]; res. N. Y. C. (685 Amster- 
dam Av.); form. W. Hoboken, N. J.; merchant; form, minister; 
dea. of First Bapt, Ch. of W. H. many yrs.$ 

Leonard Grant (1142,3503) b. Mystic, Feb, 1832; d. M., June 24, 
1839. 

Mary Avery Grant (1142,3504) b. Mystic; m. M., May 20, 1862, 
Henry Cowles Chamberlain [b. (in Conn.?), Apr. 3, 1842; supposed 
to have d, a. 1887 while travelling; s. of Rev. Ebenezer Benton 
Chamberlain and Mary Ann Cowles]; res. Newark, N. J, (207 Clif- 
ton Av.); form. N. Y. C. ; wholesale produce merchant; Oberlin 
Coll. ; ch. steward and class leader several yrs,$+ 



EIGHTH GENERATION. 179 

Childreti of Cyrus Grant (/. 8j) and Rhoda CJiescbro. 

Almira C. Grant (1142,3510) b. N. Stonington, Mch. 26, 1822; m. 
Mch. 17, 1842, Samuel W. Tinker [b. Dec. 20, 1820; d. Sag- Harbor, 
N. Y., Mch. 22, 1862; s. of Nathan Tinker and Hannah Woodward]; 
res. Greeley, Col.; cabinet-maker and undertaker. + 

Nathan Breed Grant (1142,3511) b. N. Stonington, May 29, 1824; 
d. Jersey City, N. J., June 12 (13), 1874; m. (i) Stonington, July 29, 
1852, Sarah Elizabeth Robinson [b. S., May 17, 1831; d. June 13, 
1853; dau. of Nathaniel Robinson and Sabra Chesbro] ; m. (2) Aug. 
5, 1858, Juliet H. Hedges; m. (3) Feb. 20, 1868, Helen A. Hedges; 
res. Sag Harbor, N. Y. ; sea captain, sailing to China, Australia and 
London. + 

Ezra Chesebro Grant (1142,3512) b, N. Stonington, Mch. 19, 1826; 
d. Greeley, Col., Oct. 26, 1894; res. in Col. 

Denison Palmer Grant (1142,3513) b. N. Stonington, Dec. 29, 1827; 
m. New Bedford, Mass., Sep. 20, 1852, Emma Jane Gordon [b. New 
London, June 24, 1831; dau. of Uriah N. Gordon and Emeline 
Smith]; res. Eaton, Col.; boat builder. + 

Anson F. Grant (1142,3514) b. Stonington, Dec. 23, 1829; res. West- 
field, N. J.; spar maker; dea. of Bapt. ch.f+ 

Emma Grant (1142,3515) b. Stonington, May 1833; d. Sag Harbor, 
N. Y. , Feb. 9, 1864; m. Topping; i dau. 

Jane Grant (1142,3516) b. N. Stonington, Dec. 16, 1836; m. West- 
field, N. J., June 3, 1863, Edwin Alex. Palmer [b. Stonington, Sep. 
27, ^^ZZ\ s. of Alex. Palmer and Hannah Adelia Billings]; res. 
Cleveland, O. (17 Morse Av.) ; form. S. ; merchant and manufac- 
turer; dea. in Pres. ch. since 1880. + 

Cliild of John Grant [p. 8j) and Ann IV. Ayer. 

John Sands Grant (1142,3520) b. N. Stonington, Aug, 14, 1828; m. 
(i) Lisbon, Nov. 22, 1851, Eliza Adams Bingham [b. L. ; d. L., Sep. 
22, 1858; dau. of Ezra Bingham and Eliza Adams] ; m. (2) Jewett 
City, Nov. 12, 1862, Maria Louisa Brown [b. Preston, Apr. 16, 1837; 
dau. of Asher Palmer Brown and Louisa Tyler Ames] ; res. J. C. ; 
form. Hanover, Danielson, Norwich, W. Newton, Mass., and Spring- 
field, Mass.; travelling salesman; form, farmer and merchant; 
cashier of state bank in J. C. and treas. of town 1862-4; treas. of 
Olivet Cong. Ch. in S. several yrs.+ 

Childreji of William S. Grant {p. 8j) and Betsey M. Baldzvin. 

Nancy Elizabeth Grant (1142,3530) b. N. Stonington, Aug. 19, 1828; 
d. N. S., Feb. 15, 1847. 

William Franklin Grant (1142,3531) b. N. Stonington, Nov. 9, 1830; 
d. Brooklyn, N. Y., Sep. 24, 1895; m. Ledyard, Mch. 12, 1856, Har- 
riet Newel Williams [b. L., Nov. 22, 1832; dau. of Seth Williams 
and Lucy Ann Noyes] ; res. Winsted; rem to B. ; travelling salesman 
for Houghton, Mifflin and Co.+ 

Mary Anna Grant (1142,3532) b. N. Stonington, Nov. 4, 1837; m. 
N. S., Nov. 23, 1858, Thos. Lawton Reynolds [b. Exeter, R. I., Aug. 
14, 1837; d. Denver, Col, Mch. 22, 1892; s. of Henry Reynolds and 



180 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

WaityN. Lawton]; res. D. (2649 Champa St.) ; form. N. S., Brooklyn, 
Woodstock, and Norwich; travelling salesman and grocer; she is a 
dea. in First Bapt. Ch.+ 

Frances Juliette Grant (1142,3533) b. N. Stonington, May 23, 1842; 
d. N. S., Apr. 20, 1857. 

Children of RiLssel Holmes (/. <^) and Martlia Holmes. 

Martha Holmes (1142,3620) m. (i) Lovejoy; m. (2) 

Sayles, who d. ; res. MinneapoHs, Minn.*+ 

Silas Edward Holmes (1142,3621) d. Siloam, N. Y., 1862; bur. Peter- 
boro, N. Y, ; wid. res. P. + 

Emily Holmes (1142,3622) d. ae a. 20 yrs. 

Children of Hosea W. Holmes {p. 8j) and Sophronia Wilder. 

Benjamin B. Holmes (1142,3630) b. Peterboro, N. Y., Oct. 14, 1825; 
d. unm. Oswego, N. Y., Mch. 30, 1850; carpenter and joiner. 

Mary D. Lucy Holmes (1142,3631) b. Lenox, N. Y. ; d. Oswego, N. 
Y., Sep. 1840. 

William Ackley Holmes (1142,3632) b. Peterboro, N. Y., Apr. 10, 
1832; d. unm. Lakeport, N, Y., Aug. 9, 1853; sailor. 

Wheeler Holmes (1142,3633) b, Peterboro, N. Y., Feb. 3, 1835; d. 
unm. Lakeport, N. Y., Oct. 15, 1859; miller. 

Harmon Leroy Holmes (1142,3634) b. Oswego, N. Y. , Apr. 19, 1838; 
m. Siloam, N. Y., Sep. 12, 1875, Lucelia Dolley [b. S., May 18, 1849; 
dau. of Geo. W. Dolley and Sabrina Cramer]; res. S. ; miller; high- 
way commissioner; served in militia. + 

CJiildren of Silas Holmes {p. 8j) and Surviah Wheeler. 

Mary Surviah Holmes (1142,3640) b. Stonington, May 10, 1827; m. 
S., June II, 185 1, Joseph Elliott Morgan [b. Peterboro, N. Y., Apr. 
17, 1824; s. of Stephen Morgan and Eunice Pearce] ; res. Hamilton, 
N. Y. (56 Broad St.); form. nr. Earlville, N. Y. ; farmer; supt. of 
schools, supervisor, county school commissioner, dep. collector of in- 
ternal revenue, excise commissioner, J. P.+ 

Silas Prentice Holmes (1142,3641) b. Stonington, Aug. 15, 1828; m. 
S., Mch. 23, 1853, Sarah Jane Merritt [b. S., May 4, 1835; dau. of 
Archibald Merritt and Sarah Jane Stoddard] ; res. S. ; carpenter. + 

David Edward Holmes (1142,3642) b. Stonington, Aug. 12, 1832; m. 
Peoria, 111., Sep. 21, 1865, Mary Emma Smith [b. Peoria Co., 111., 
Aug. 3, 1839; dau. of Ira Smith and Sarah D. Jenks]; res. Chicago, 
111. (31 19 S. Park Av.); form. Galva, 111.; minister; lumberman 12 
yrs., sometime teacher in high and normal schools; A.M. Colgate 
Univ. 1858; pres. of school board 1862-77. + 

Hattie Estella Holmes (1142,3643) b. Stonington, Apr. 26, 1835; d. 
unm. Stamford, Feb. 10, 1897; res. Stonington; teacher. 

Child of Eunice Holmes [p. 8j) and Lester Tucker. 

Chauncy Grant Tucker (1142,3660) b. Milestrip, N. Y., May 19, 

1848; m. (i) M. S., June 20, 1870, Jennie Coselman [b. Lenox, N. 

Y., Feb. 27, 1854; d. M. S., Dec. 18, 1882; dau. of Jacob Coselman 

aiid Catherine Vandusen]; m. (2) Fitchville, O., May 30, 1884, Ada 



EIGHTH GENERATION. 181 

Lambkin [b. F., 1866; dau. of Chas. Byron Lambkin and Mattie 
Fielding]; res. Smith ville, O. ; form. M. S. and F. ; farmer. + 
CJiildren of Edivard Holmes {p. 8j) and Melissa A. Wheeler. 
Prentice Holmes (1142,3670) b. Oneida Lake, N. Y., Aug-. 9, 1836; 
m. Lakeport, N. Y., Oct. 31, 1864, Martha Eliza Rugg [b. Sanger- 
field, N, Y., Oct. 2, 1842; dau. of Norman Furbish Rugg and Eliza 
Young]; res. Clinton, Iowa (607 nth Av.) ; form. O. L. and La 
Crosse, Wis. ; agent and clerk for C. and N. W. R. R. most of the 
time since 1869; form, farmer, teacher, and produce merchant; 2d. 
Lieut. Co. A. 86th N. Y. Vol. Regt. 1861-3, 1st Lieut. 1863. + 

Wayland Holmes (1142,3671) b. Oneida Lake, N. Y., Feb. 21, 1838; 
d. O. L., Sep. 29, 1841. 

Emeline DeLucy Holmes (1142,3672) b. Oneida Lake, N. Y., Jan. 
24, 1841; m. O. L., Feb. 22, 1871, Ebenezer E. Betsinger [b. 
Wampsville, N. Y., May 2, 1845; s. of John Betsinger and Mary 

]; res. Clinton, Iowa; form. Marshalltown, Iowa; she was a 

teacher and milliner bef. m.+ 

Harriet Melissa Holmes (1142,3673) b. Oneida Lake, N. Y., Jan. 6, 
1850; m. Clinton, Iowa, Jan. 4, 1894, Oliver Henry Dalrymple [b. 
Sugar Grove, Pa., Oct. 21, 1862; s. of Sheldon N. Dalrymple and 
Serena Durlin] ; res. C. (729 9th Av.); she taught in the public 
schools of C, Marshalltown, Iowa, and Casselton, N. D., 1870-95.$ 
Children of Grant Ladd {p. 8/j) and Elisabeth R. Baker. 
Emily AlmiraLadd (1142,3710) b. July 16, 1830; d. s. p. Lasalle, N. 
Y.. July 4, 1890; m. Oct. 27, 1859, Jas. S. Tompkins; res. L. 

Elizabeth Pauline Ladd (1142,3711) b. Oct. 7, 1832; d. s. p. Cheek- 
towaga, N. Y., June 12, 1881; m. Oct, 14, 1857, Augustus Westfall; 
res. Buffalo, N. Y. 

Cliildren of Grant Ladd {p. 8f). and Lydia A. Breivster. 
Lydia Eliza Ladd (1142,3712) b. nr.Williamsville, N.Y. July 22, 1836; 
m. nr. W., May 4, 1871, Jas. Hitchcock [b. Hartford, Nov. 8, 1805; 
d. Cheektowaga, N. Y., Oct. 12, 1891; s. of Apollos Hitchcock and 
Rexanna King; m. (i) Nov. 1848, Patience Sanford, who d. Apr. 
1859] ; res. Lancaster, N. Y. ; form. nr. W. and C. ; she was a teacher 
bef. m.+ 

Eleanor May Ladd (1142,3713) b. Sep. 26, 1837; res. Buffalo, N. Y. ; 
form. nr. Williamsville, N. Y. ; teacher, f 

Leonora Anna Ladd (1142,3714) b. Dec. 6, 1840; m. June 6, 1877, 
Augustus Graves Bissell ; she was a teacher bef. m. + 

Henry Clay Ladd (1142,3715) b. Feb. 18, 1845; m. Feb. 16, 1881, 
Ella Clark; res. Buffalo, N. Y. ; form. nr. Williamsville, N. Y. ; of 
firm of Loegler and Ladd, dealers in agricultural implements; form, 
teacher, f 

Children of Esther Ladd ( p. 84) and Chester Chapin. 
Mary Chapin (1142,3720) d. 
Hamilton Chapin (1142,3721) m. ; res. N. Y. C* 

Child of Emily Ladd {p. 8f) and EpJiraim Halstead. 
James Halstead (1142,3730). 



182 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

Children of Jane Ladd {p. <£/) and John Edgar. 

Jason Edgar (1142,3750). 
Jerome Edgar (1142,3751). 
George Edgar (1142,3752). 
Josephine Edgar (1142,3753). 
Annie Edgar (1142,3754). 

Children of Cornelia Ladd {p. 8f) and Charles Copeland. 
Amelia Copeland (1142,3760) b. and res, in Ind. T. 
Henry Copeland (1142,3761) b. and res. in Ind. T. 
Cornelia Copeland (1142,3762) b. and res. in Ind. T. 
Cordelia Copeland (1142,3763) b. and res. in Ind. T. 
Frank Copeland (1142,3764) b. and res. in Ind. T. 

Children of Sally Wheeler {p. 8f) and Benjamin U. Carr. 

Samuel J. Carr (1142,3800) b. Newport, R. I., Sep. 23, 1820; d. 
N., Aug. 19, 1881; m. Boston, Mass., Oct. 7, 1851, Mary Ann Tew 
[b. N., Oct. 22, 1826; dau. of Josiah Tew and Christiana Simms] ; 
res. N. and Mobile, Ala. ; clerk and merchant. + 

Thomas Wheeler Carr (1142,3801) b. Feb. 15, 1822; res. Newport, 
R. I. ; sailor; went to sea in 1868 and never returned. 

Benjamin U. Carr (1142,3802) res. Newport, R. I.f + 

Sarah Emma Carr (1142,3803) res. Newport, R. I.f 

Susan Wheeler Carr (1142,3804) m. Edward Lincoln Hildreth; res. 
Newport, R. I.f 

CJiild of Eunice G. Wheeler {p. S/j) and Noyes W. Kenyoti. 

Mary Jane Kenyon (1142,3820) b. Hopkinton, R. I., June 24, 1843; 
m. H., Mch. 16, 1879, John Foster Collins; res. H. (Woodville P. 
O.) ; farmer. + 

Children of Joseph S. Wheeler {p. 8/f) and Hannah Bnrdick. 

Lucy Angeline Wheeler (1142,3840) b. Clifford, Pa.; m. 1852, Jona- 
than Jackson Hubbard [b. Greenfield, Pa. ; s. of Wm. Hubbard and 
Deborah Wall]; res. Preston, Pa. (Thompson P. 0.).+ 

Mary Jane Wheeler (1142,3841) b. Clifford, Pa.; res. Scott, Pa. 
(Tompkinsville P. 0.).t 

Albert Gallatin Wheeler (1142,3842) m. Charlotte Berry; res. Tomp- 
kinsville, Pa. f + 

Joseph Henry Wheeler (1142,3843) m. Maria Callender; res. Jer- 
myn, Pa. ; postmaster.f + 

Anna Elizabeth Wheeler (1142,3844) b. Scott, Pa., Oct. 7, 1839; m. 
Oct. I, 1862, Reuben Wellington Taylor, who was b. Greenfield, Pa., 
Apr. II, 1842; res. Forest City, Pa.; form. S.+ 

James Swan Wheeler (1142,3845) b. Greenfield, Pa., Feb. 6, 1844; 
m. Clifford, Pa., Jan. 28, 1869, Susan Nichols Hills [b. Abington, 
Pa., Mch. 27, 1849; d^u- of Nathaniel Brown Hills and Harriet 
Frances Harrington]; res. Green Grove, Pa.; farmer; town treas. + 

Martha Wheeler (1142,3846) d. 

Children of Adeline Wheeler {p. 8^) and Welcome C. Bnrdick. 
Adeline Wheeler Burdick (1142,3860) b. Hopkinton, R. I., May 24, 



EIGHTH GENERATION. 183 

1840; m. H., Mch. 20, 1877, Rev. Sherman Saxton Griswold [b. 
Guilford; d. Nov. 2, 1882; s. of Jay Griswold and Juliette Saxton]; 
res. Westerly, R. I. (52 Elm St.); form. H. 

Catharine Burdick (1142,3861) b. Hopkinton, R. I., Feb. 15, 1845; 
d. H., Dec. 1851. 

Hannah Mary Burdick (1142,3862) b. Hopkinton, R. I., Feb. 14, 
1849; m. H., Oct. 18, 1870, Edwin Byron Gallup [b. Voluntown, 
Aug. 13, 1846; s. of Benj. Gallup and Caroline Lockwood Kinnie]; 
res. V. (Ekonk P. O.); form. Sprague; farmer and teacher; assessor 
1872-7. + 

Sarah Catherine Burdick (1142,3863) b. Hopkinton, R. I., Oct. 27, 
1853; d. s. p. Westerly, R. I., Mch. 25, 1897; m. H., Oct. 18, 1887, 
Edgar Segar Pendleton [b. Watch Hill, R. I., Mch. 31, 1857; s. of 
Stanton Sheffield Pendleton and Mary Abby Potter] ; wid. res. W. 
H. ; pilot. 

Children of Noyes D. Wheeler {p. 8^) and Susan S. Wilbur. 

Lucy Grant Wheeler (1142,3870) b. Nov. 17, 1845; d. July 30, i860. 

Charles Pendleton Wilbur Wheeler (1142,3871) b. Richmond, R. I,, 
May 27, 1847; rn- Westerly, R. I., June 22, 1873, Amanda Josephine 
Fenner [b. Hopkinton, R. I., Feb. 25, 1856, dau. of Albert G. Fen- 
ner and Lavinia Foster]; res. Kenyon, R. I. (Charlestown P. O.); 
farmer; taught 10 yrs. in R., H., S. Kingston, R. I., W., and N. 
Stonington; school treas. since 1876. 

Mary Shepard Wheeler (1142,3872) b. Richmond, R. I., Apr. 16, 
1849; m. Sep. 12, 1868, Alex. Campbell Kenyon [b. Hopkinton, R. 
I., Apr. 12, 1844; s. of Dea. Gardiner S. Kenyon and Harriet Eliza- 
beth Burdick]; res. H. ; farmer. + 

Eugene Denison Wheeler (1142,3873) b. Hopkinton, R. I., Oct. 26, 
1^53 (1851?); m. H., Oct. 10, 1875, Lois Eleanor Larkin [b. Rich- 
mond, R. I., Dec. 22, 1855; dau. of Chas. B. Larkin and Martha Jane 
Greene]; res. Shannock; lumber merchant. + 

Sarah Esther Wheeler (11 42, 3873 A) b. Dec. 5, 1853; d. Aug. 10, i860. 

Jessie Fremont Wheeler (1142,3874) b. July 9, 1856; d. Aug. 14, i860. 

Thomas Edwin Wheeler (1142,3875) b. Hopkinton, R, I., Aug. 23, 
1858; m. Mch. 15, 1897, Caroline Marsh Hopkins [b. Council Bluffs, 
Iowa, Feb. 7, 1877; dau. of Rev. Samuel DeForest Hopkins and 
Sarah Jane Bidmead]; res. Pendleton Hill; teacher. 

Lucy Grant Wheeler (1142,3876) b. Hopkinton, R. I., June 18, i860; 
m. H., Nov. 29, 1883, Heman Jas. Holdredge [b. N. Stonington, 
Aug. 21, 1861; s. of Chas. Phineas Holdredge and Lydia Esther 
Lewis]; res. Windsor Locks; supt. of State Trout Hatchery. + 

Martha Jane Wheeler (1142,3877) b. Hopkinton, R. I., Jan. 5, 1864 
(1863?); m. H., June 16, 1895, Walter Clifford Morgan [b. Old 
Mystic, Nov. i, 1856; s. of Benedict Wells Morgan and Ellen Nancy 
Avery]; res. Mystic; marketman.+ 

Henry Jesse Wheeler (1142,3878) b. Hopkinton, R. I., Sep. 7, 1864; 
m. Pendleton Hill, Mch. 27, 1894, Mary Kate Babcock [b. P. H., 
Dec. 27, 1870; dau. of Irving Franklin Babcock and Sarah Matilda 
Tracy]; res. H. ; farmer; teacher 10 yrs. 



184 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

Francis Carr Wheeler (1142,3879) b. Hopkinton, R. I., July 11, 1866; 
m. (i) Westerly, R. I., June i, 1892, Sarah A. Wetherwood [b. Feb. 
II, 1861; d. Jan. 26, 1895; dau. of Thos. Wetherwood and Eliza 
Haley]; m. (2) Mch. 31, 1896, Maybelle Calburn [b. June 24, 1871; 
dau. of Chas. Calburn and Sarah Reynolds] ; res. Alton, R. I. ; teacher. 
Child of Elisa A. Grant (/. 83) and George L. Meacliam. 
Elizabeth Grant Meacham (1142,3910) b. Stonington, Feb. 3, 1827; 
res. Brooklyn, N. Y. (186 Hancock St.). 

Children of Sarah G. Grant {p. 85) and William S. Frink. 

Frink (1142,3930) (s.), b. and d. N. Y. C, July 25, 1831. 

Frink (1142,3931) (s.), b. and d. N. Y. C, June i, 1833. 

Sarah Ann Frink (1142,3932) b. N. Stonington, Apr. 26, 1836; m. 
Taylorville, 111., Oct, 3, 1861, Oscar Fitzland Morrison [b. Paper- 
mill Village, N. H., May 22, 1837; s. of David Morrison and Betsey 
Wilson]; res. T, ; printer.$+ 

Lydia Elizabeth Frink (1142,3933) b. Taylorville, 111., July 7, 1839; 
d. T., Nov. 29, 1854. 

Wealthy Mary Frink (1142,3934) b. Taylorville, 111., Jan. 6, 1843; 
d. T., July 8, 1850. 

Emilie Judson Frink (1142,3935) b. Taylorville, 111., Dec. 18, 1846; 
d. Apr. 26, 1868; m. Mch. 4, 1868, W. Morris O'Farrell. 
CJiildren of Charles E. Grant {p. 8j). 
Elnathan Grant (1142,3940) d. unm. 
Frank Grant (1142,3941) d. unm. 
Edward Grant (1142,3942) (?), (res. Galesburg, 111.?). 

Grant (1142,3943) (s.), res. Waco, Tex. 

Annie Grant (1142,3944). 

Fannie Grant (1142,3945) m. Winans Winans; res. Waco, Tex,; 2 
chil.t+ 

Children of Joseph F. Grant [p. 85) and Caroline A. Maxwell. 
Edward Maxwell Grant (1142,3950) b. Deans Corners, N. Y. , Nov. 
21, 1839; d. unm.; civil engineer and inventor; res. in Bulgaria 
several yrs. ; was a favorite of the king, wrote the Bulgarian declara- 
tion of independence, and was buried with high military honors; a 
remarkable man, of whom his relatives could have given a most in- 
teresting account. 

Mary Elizabeth Grant (1142,3951) b. May 2, 1841; d. 1841. 
Charles Frederick Grant (1142,3952) b. Deans Corners, iST, Y., May 
27, 1844; m. Knoxville, Tenn., Dec. 24, 1872, Mary Jane Wood [b. 
N. Y. C, June 8, 1848; dau. of Joseph Wood and Mary Gray]; res. 
Ketchums Corners ; form. Saratoga Springs, N. Y. 

Francis Joseph Grant (1142,3953) b. Deans Corners, N. Y., July 12, 
1846; d. 

Helen Mary Grant (1142,3954) b. Deans Corners, N. Y., Jan. 16, 
1848; m. D. C, Feb. 28, 1867, Jas. Benj. Bailey [b. Poughkeepsie, 
N. Y., Nov. 30, 1843; s. of Edmund Bailey and Margaret Denton]; 
res. D. C, ; farmer.f + 

Hattie Brown Grant (1142,3955) b. Nov. 7, 1856; d. 1856. 



EIGHTH GENERATION. 185 

Caroline Ann Grant (1142,3956) b. Deans Corners, N. Y., Feb. 13, 
1861; m. D. C, Nov. 27, 1879, Chas. Henry McOmber [b. Saratoga 
Lake, N. Y. ; s. of Chas. McOmber and Amanda King]; res. Ketch- 
ums Corners, N. Y.f+ 

Children of James L. Grant {p. 8^) and Harriet Neivel. 

Theodore Frelinghuysen Grant (1142,3960) res. Columbus, Kan.f 

Sarah Grant (1142,3961) m. Frink; (res. in Tex. ?). 

Mary Rachel Grant (1142,3962) d. ; m. Ephraim Scott; wid. res. 
Galesburg, III. ; 2 or 3 sons res. G. 

Child of ATary S. Grant {p. 8^) and Ithamar Conkey. 

Nathan Grant Conkey (1142,3970) m. Mrs. ; res. Saratoga 

Springs, N. Y. ; sexton of P. E. ch,t + 

CIvAN L. 

Children of Ruth Grant (/. 86) and JonatJian Eccleston. 

Louisa Eccleston (1143,3010) b. E. Pharsalia, N. Y., Oct. 26, 1809; 
d. Texas Valley, N. Y., June 8, 1841; m. E. P., May i, 1827, Cau- 
tious Stadard Hammond [b. in Canada, June (July) 21, 1806 (1800); 
d. T. v., Oct. 18, 1892; s. of Henry Hammond and Mary Stadard]; 
res. T.V. ; shoemaker and farmer; she taught school at T.V. bef. m. + 

Paulina Eccleston (1143,3011) b. E. Pharsalia, N. Y. ; d. unm. ; res. 
E. P. 

Justus Eccleston (1143,3012) b. E. Pharsalia, N. Y. ; d. unm. 

Alzina Eccleston (1143,3013) b. E. Pharsalia, N. Y. ; d. prob. s. p. ; 
res. E. P. 

Elbridge Eccleston (1143,3014) b. E. Pharsalia, N. Y. ; d. prob. s. 
p. ; res. E. P. 

Chauncey Eccleston (i 143,3015) b. E. Pharsalia, N. Y. ; d. prob. s. p. ; 
m. Maccomber; res. E. P. 

Harriet Eccleston (1143,3016) b. E. Pharsalia, N. Y. ; d. ; res. E. P. 

Nelson Eccleston (1143,3017) b. E. Pharsalia, N. Y. ; d. prob. s. p.; 
res. E. P. 

Cliildren of Anna Grant {p. 86) and Christopher L. Matteson. 

Darius Matteson (1143,3020) d. s. p. Laporte, Ind., Apr. 3, 1847; 
m. (i) ; m. (2) Fanny Fenner [d. ; m. (2) ]. 

Cyrus French Matteson (1143,3021) b. Chenango Co., N. Y., Sep. 
24, 1812; m. Solon, N. Y., Jan. i, 1837, Sally Baker [b. Freetown, 
N. Y. ; d. S., Jan. 17, 1869, se 53 yrs. 11 days; dau. of Solomon 

Baker, Sr., and Clarissa ]; m. (2) S., Mrs. Almira (Davis) 

McKeel, who d. McGraw, N. Y., 1897; m. (3) Grand Rapids, Mich., 
Sep. 7, 1873, Frances Guile [b. Dryden, N. Y., Oct. 9, 1838; dau. of 

Lorenzo Guile and Clarissa ]; res. Cortland, N. Y. (care of 

Jas. Johnson); form. M. ; farmer and carpenter. + 

Julia Ann Matteson (1143,3022) b. Pharsalia (Bainbridge), N. Y., 
Feb. 4, 1815; d. Freetown, N. Y., Jan. 7, 1880; m. Solon, N. Y., 
Dec. 25, 1837, Eliab Underwood [b. F. (S.), May 5, 1816; d. Virgil, 
N. Y., Jan. 26, 1883; s. of Vander Underwood and Jerusha Wood]; 
res. S. and F. ; farmer. + 

Lorenzo Matteson (1143,3023) d. in Ind. 1865; 5 chil. in the West. 



186 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

Permelia Matteson (1143,3024) b. Freetown, N. Y. , Apr, 19, 1819; 
d. June 7, 1897; m. Dec. 25, 1836, Henry Owen [b. Homer (F.), N. 
Y., Mch. 14, 1824 (1814?); d. McGraw, N. Y., Oct. 4, 1891 (1892)]; 
res. Freetown Corners, N. Y. ; farmer; steward of M. E. ch.+ 

Polly Matteson (ii43,3024A) b. Cincinnatus, N. Y. ; d. C, Apr. 30, 
1835, ae 14 yrs. 

Christopher G. Matteson (1143,3025) d. Oct, 17, 1868; m. Mexico, 

N. Y., Lucy Ann ; rem, 1844-5 ^o Moline, 111.; farmer; 

served in Civil War. + 

Nancy Matilda Matteson (1143,3026) b. Cincinnatus, N. Y., June 18, 
1827; d. Homer, N. Y., Sep. 14, 1894; m. (i) Cortland, N. Y., Ed- 
win Nelson Terry [b. Cortland, Oct. 7, 1828; d. McGraw, N. Y., 
July 30, 1873; s. of Jonathan Terry and Phoebe Simmons]; m. (2) 
Underwood; res. M. ; blacksmith. + 

Annette Matteson (1143,3027) d. Cortland, N. Y., Aug. 3, 1872; m. 
Schuyler Hunter, of C, who d. C. ; only child d. ae a. 2 mos. 

Eunice Matteson (1143,3028) d. in Mo., June 2, 1878; m. Lewis 

B. Thompson, of McGraw, N. Y., who d.+ 

Perlina Jane Matteson (1143,3029) b. Cincinnatus, N. Y., Sep. 26, 
1835; m. Homer, N. Y,, Jan. 22, 1857, Benj. Peter Berg-gren [b. in 
Sweden, Dec. 8, 1830; d. McGraw, N. Y., Aug. 27, 1879; s. of An- 
dros Berggren and Troen Swenson]; res. Syracuse, N. Y. (211 Fitch 
St.) ; form. M. ; blacksmith; she is a nurse, -l- 

Children of Russel Grant (/. 86) and Betsey Loveless. 

Louisa Grant (1143,3030) b. Freetown, N. Y., Apr. 24, 1822; d. s. 
p. Mch. 21, 1897; m. Samuel Hunt, who d, ; separated; res. Kettle 
Creek, Potter Co., Pa, ; she was a member of M. E, ch. 

Julia Ann Grant (1143,3031) b. Freetown, N, Y., Dec. 20, 1823; 
d. ; m. Vander Underwood, of F., who d. ; farmer; she was a mem- 
ber of M. E. ch.+ 

Daniel Grant (1143,3032) b. Freetown, N. Y., Mch. 11, 1826; d. F, ; 
m. Cortland, N. Y., Mary Ann Rose [b. Cortland Co., N. Y. ; dau. 

of Joseph Rose and Mary Ann Madison ; m. (2) Meldrem] ; 

res, Cortland Co.; wid. res. McGraw, N. Y. ; farmer; member of 
M. E. ch.+ 

Christopher Grant (1143,3033) b. Freetown, N. Y., Sep. 21, 1829; 
d. Pharsalia, N. Y., June 30, 1873; m. 1853, Anna Jane Totman [b. 
F., June 15, 1833; d. Watkins, N. Y., Oct. 24, 1890; dau. of Edsel 
Totman and Maria McDole] ; res. P.; farmer and cooper; served 3 
yrs. in 114th N. Y. Vol. Regt. ; member of M. E. ch.+ 

John Grant (1143,3034) b. Cincinnatus, N. Y,, May 28, 1831; m. 

C, Sarah Ann Warren [b. Coventry, N. Y., Apr. 24, 1836; dau, of 
Edward Lewis Warren and Sally Judd]; res. Freetown Corners, N. 
Y. ; butcher, cooper, and farmer. + 

Leonard Grant (1143,3035) b. Freetown, N. Y., May 7, 1835; d. F., 
Sep. 7, 1868; m. Oxford, N. Y., Adelia B. Haynes [b. in Ireland; 

dau. of Haynes and Margaret ] ; res. F. ; farmer and 

cooper; member of M. E. ch. ; collector many yrs. + 

Mary Jane Grant (1143,3036) b. Freetown Corners, N, Y., June 9, 



EIGHTH GENERATION, 187 

1838; m. F. C, July i, 1855, Joseph Underwood [b. F. C, May 19, 
1830; s. of Alanson Underwood and Laury Stafford]; res. F. C. ; 
farmer. + 

Hannah M. Grant (1143,3037) b. Freetown, N. Y., Jan. 15, 1841; d. 
St. Paul, Minn., a. 1882; m. ; res. in Iowa; chil. 

Children of Justus Grant (/. 86) and Amy Bartlett. 

John Jerome Grant (1143,3040) d. E. Pharsalia, N. Y., a. Mch. 
1864; m. Abby Dye, who d. E. P., a. Sep. 1864; res. E. P.; hotel 
keeper. + 

Justus Ward Grant (1143,3041) res. Willet, N. Y.f 

Halbert Grant (1143,3042) b. E. Pharsalia, N. Y., Sep. 2, 1832; m. 
(i) E. P., May 31, 1855, Eliza Daily Sumner [b. E. P., May 24, 1827; 

d. E. P., June 4, 1864; dau. of Cyril Sumner and Polly ]; m. 

(2) Urbana, N. Y., June 19, 1865, Harriet Bronson [b. Hammonds- 
port, N. Y., Aug. 9, 1834; d. E. P., Oct. 28, 1890; dau. of Sherman 

Bronson and Amy ]; m. (3) E. P., Nov. 8, 1891, Fanny Louisa 

Law [b. E. P. , Jan. 23, 1853 ; dau. of Aaron Law and Louisa ] ; 

res. E. P. ; farmer. 

Adelia Ann Grant (1143,3043) d. s. p. Dec. 31, 1896; m. Ogden 
Lovell, who d. ; res. Ludden, N. D. 

Henry Martin Grant (1143,3044) b. Pharsalia, N. Y., Feb. 16, 1836; 
m. P., Jan 29, 1861, Almira Wells [b. P., Feb. 5, 1836; dau. of John 
H. Wells and Celesta Brown]; res. Norwich, N. Y. ; farmer. + 

Austin Grant (1143,3045) d.; m. E. ; wid. res. E. Pharsalia, 

N. Y.4- 

Luther Grant (1143,3046) b, E. Pharsalia, N. Y., June 3, 1843 (?) ; 
m. (i) 1864, Amy Doing [b. Plymouth, N. Y., dau. of ■ Horace 

Doing and Blackman]; m. (2) E. P., Aug. 11,1865, Marion 

Diana Ingersoll [b. Otselic, N. Y., Oct. 12, 1844; d. Pharsalia, N. 
Y., June 17, 1894; dau. of Luther Ingersoll and Hannah Fairchilds] ; 
res. E. P. ; sawyer. + 

Otis Bartlett Grant (1143,3047) b. Pharsalia, N. Y., Feb. 24, 1843; 
m. P., Mch. 4, 1862, Julia Amanda Mathewson [b. McDonough, N. 
Y., Jan. 30, 1843; d. Bellair, 111., Oct. 14, 1891; dau. of Winsor 
Mathewson and Icybindia Gale]; res. B. ; farmer, + 

Childreti of Miner Grant {p. 86) and Zibia Underzvood. 

Orsina Grant (1143,3050) b. E. Freetown, N. Y., Mch. 10, 1829; d. 
Solon (E. F.), N. Y., Feb. 3, 1876; m. Jan. 31, 1847, John Turner 
Butman, of S. [b. Cooperstown, N. Y., Dec. 23, 1825 (1827); d. 

Taylor, N. Y. , June 12, 1 894 ; s. of Joseph Butman and Annie ; 

m. (2) Amy A. (Ripley) Kerr (1143,3071)]; farmer.+ 

Philander Delancy Grant (1143,3051) b. E. Freetown, N. Y., Aug. 
4, 1830; m. Cortland, N. Y., Jan. 2, 1851, Joanna Hickey [b. Ho- 
boken, N. J., Nov. i, 1832; dau. of John Hickey and Sarah Moran]; 
res. E. F. ; carpenter and joiner, and farmer; postmaster since 1872. + 

Eliza Ann Grant (1143,3052) b. E. Freetown, N. Y., Sep. 22, 1832; 
m. Cincinnatus, N. Y., Mch. 31, 1850, Wm. Geo. Caldwell [b. Free- 
town, N. Y., Oct. 7, 1830; s. of Wm. Caldwell and Mary Grier] ; res. 



188 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

Hudson, Wis. ; in employ of one livery stable 26 yrs. ; served in 44th 
Wis. Vol. Regt. 1863-4. + 

Diana Grant (1143,3053) b. Freetown, N. Y. , Sep. 20, 1834; m. (i) 
F., Aug. 20, 1854, John Demster Ripley [b. Solon, N. Y., Aug. 15, 
1832; d. Geddes, N. Y., June 16, 1878; s. of John Ripley and Louise 
Emmons]; m. (2) Gideon Mortimer Phelps [b. Auburn, N. Y., Sep. 
8, 1820; s. of Gideon Mortimer Phelps and Sally Ward]; res. Nor- 
mal, 111. ; form. G. ; Mr. R. was a furniture dealer and mechanic; 
exhorter in M. E. ch. at Amber, N. Y. ; private in Civil War; Mr. 
P. is a painter; member of N. Y. Home Guards in Civil War; she 
was a carpet weaver during widowhood. + 

LeRoy Grant (1143,3054) b. Cincinnatus, N. Y., Nov. 13, 1836; m. 
Solon, N. Y., Feb. 28, 1857, Polly Adelphia Loope [b. S., Jan. 3, 
1838; dau. of John Henry Loope and Almira Doran] ; res. Cortland, 
N. Y. (Box 1095); Evanston Theol. Sem.. ; during the past ;^;^ yrs. 
has been pastor of a score of M. E. churches in central N. Y.+ 

Vander Miner Grant (1143,3055) b. E. Freetown, N. Y., Apr. 10, 
1839; res. E. F. ; farmer.$ 

Cyrus Grant (1143,3056) b. Freetown, N. Y., June 12, 1841; d. F., 
Apr. 17, 1843. 

Jerusha Grant (1143,3057) b. E. Freetown, N. Y., May 8, 1844; m. 
Pitcher, N. Y., Apr. 4, 1866, Jas. Abraham Doran [b. Truxton, N. 
Y. , Jan. 18, 1841; s. of Alex. Doran and Almira Dorward] ; res. 
Solon, N. Y. ; farmer; assessor, road commissioner; private in Co. 
L 185th N. Y. Regt. I yr.+ 

Ruby Grant (1143,3058) b. E. Freetown, N. Y., Jan. 15, 1847; m. 
E. F., Nov. 28, 1886, Orrin Beach [b. Livingston Manor, N. Y., 
June 12, 1842; s. of Gabriel Beach and Julia Steele]; res. E. F. ; farmer. 

Children of Cyrus Grant (/>. 86^ and Joanna Underivood. 

Lyman Cyrus Grant (1143,3060) b. Freetown, N. Y., Oct. 30 (31), 
1831 (1832, 1835); d. F., Sep. 30 (28), 1865; m. F., Jan. 4, 1853, 
Malinda Margaret Edwards [b. Willet, N. Y., Mch. 17, 1832 (1833); 
d. Marathon, N. Y., Apr. 15 (16), 1893; dau. of John Denizen Ed- 
wards and Maryette Russel] ; res. F. ; farmer and carpenter. + 

Lucy Grant (1143,3061) b. Feb. 22, 1839; m. (i) Otis Stevens; di- 
vorced; m. (2) Robt. Thorington (or Thornton), of Solon, N. Y. ; 
res. Oceana Co. , Mich.+ 

Miner Marshall Grant (1143,3062) b. E. Freetown, N. Y., 1842; m. 
Syracuse, N. Y., June 18, 1863, Diantha Underwood [b. Solon, N. 
Y., Nov. 16, 1837; dau. of Erastus Underwood and Lura Holmes]; 
res. E. F. ; form. S. ; farmer; served in 23d N. Y. Vol. Regt.$+ 

CJiildren of Polly Grant {p. 86) a)id Samuel Ripley. 

Eli Ripley (1143,3070) b. Aug. 3 (5?), 1831 ; d. unm. Taylor, N. Y., 
Aug. 23, 1872; res, T. ; farmer. 

Amy Adelia Ripley (1143,3071) b. Taylor, N. Y., Aug. 5, 183 1; m. 
(i) Minneapolis, Minn., Nov. 12, 1855, John Allen Kerr [b. Pitts- 
burg, Pa., Jan. 23, 1825; d. in Florence prison during the Civil 
War; s. of Addison Kerr and Jane ]; m. (2) Solon, N. Y., July 



EIGHTH GENERATION. 189 

I, 1876, John T. Butman, wid. of Orsina Grant (1143,3050) ; res. with 
her chil. ; farmers. + 

John Nelson Ripley (1143,3072) b. Taylor, N. Y., Mch. 28, 1834; 
m. Graham, Mo., Mch. 29, 1868, Margaret McNeal [b. Huntington 
Co., Pa.; dau. of Jas. McNeal and Margaret Gibson]; res. nr. G. ; 
farmer. + 

Heman Otis Ripley (1143,3073) b. Taylor, N. Y. , July 17, 1837; 
m. Union Valley, N. Y., Sep. 22, 1861, Mary Elizabeth Brooks [b. 
U. v., Mch. 10, 1840; dau. of Asahel Seabury Brooks and Hannah 
Cole]; res. Page, Kan. ; farmer; served 3 yrs. in 76th N. Y. Regt.+ 

Lorenzo Dow Ripley (1143,3074) b. Cortland Co., N. Y., Mch. 28, 
1841; m. Taylor, N. Y., 1868, Mary Osborn [b. Spencer, N. Y., Mch. 
10,. 1846; dau. of Rev. Ransom Osborn and Eliza Thompson]; res. 
Eldorado, Kan. (Box 153); farmer.$+ 

Francis Marion Ripley (1143,3075) b. Taylor, N. Y., Nov. 26, 1843; 
m. Cincinnatus, N. Y., Sep. 26, 1867, Harriet Adelia Silvernail [b. 
German, N. Y., Aug. i, 1842; dau. of Benj. Silvernail and Adelia 
Sitts] ; res. Lincklaen Center, N, Y. ; form. T. ; farmer; ch. steward; 
overseer of the poor 7 yrs. ; member of N. G. N. Y. 3 yrs. + 

Philenda N. Ripley (1143,3076) b. Taylor, N. Y., Apr. 16, 1845; d. 
Lincklaen, N. Y., May 4, 1888; m. Earlville, N. Y., Porter H. 
Stanton [b. Otselic, N. Y., Nov. 6, 1841 ; s. of Robt. Stanton and 
Polly Johnson]; wid. res. Pitcher, N. Y. ; farmer and teacher; 
steward, class-leader, and S. S. supt. many yrs. in M. E. Ch. of N. 
Pitcher. + 

CJiildren of Patience Grant [p. 86) and Ambrose G. Button. 

Emma Melvina Button (1143,3080). 

Mary Jane Button (1143,3081). 

Carrie Button (1143,3082) d. Apr. i, 1877. 

Joel Button (1143,3083). 

Luzerne Miner Button (1143,3084). 

Frances Louise Button (1143,3085) b. E. Pharsalia, N. Y. , May 24, 
1850; m. Norwich, N. Y., Apr. 13, 1886, Wm. Henry Harrison 
Shrock [b. Canal Winchester, O., Nov. 14, 1840; s. of Jacob Shrock 
and Elizabeth Williams]; res. N. (41 Cortland St.); trainman on O. 
and W. R. R. ; private in 15th U. S. Inf. 

Children of Noah Grant {p. 86) and Prudence Norton. 

John M. Grant (1143,3090) b. Lansingville, N. Y., Feb. 2, 1840; 
m. Dec. 30, 1874, Susan Williams Lyon [b. Geneva, N. Y., July 24, 
1834; dau. of Theophilus Peck Lyon and Amy Williams]; res. L. 
(Ludlowville P. O.); farmer. 

Smith Grant (1143,3091) b. Apr. 16, 1843; res. Ludlowville, N. Y.f 

Charles Grant (1143,3092) b. Apr. 11, 1845; res. Ludlowville, N. Y.f 

Norman Grant (1143,3093) b. Dec. 5, 1848; res. Ludlowville, N. Y.f 

Ann Eliza Grant (1143,3094) b. Sep. 27, 1852; d. 

Arthur Grant (1143,3095) b. Mch. i, 1855. 

Children of Noah IV. Grant (p. 8^) and fane A. Simpkins. 

Roswell Grant (ii43,33ooA) b. Berlin Center, N. Y. ; d. y. B. C. 



190 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

John Moon Grant (1143,33006) b. Berlin Center, N. Y. ; d. y. B. C. 

Lester Josiah Grant (1143,3300) b. Berlin Center, N. Y. ; d. B. C, 
Feb. 3, 1884 (1888); m. Rachel Abline .+ 

Lucinda Augusta Grant (1143,3301) b. Berlin Center, N. Y., Jan. 30, 
1840; d. Garfield, N. Y., Apr. 4, 1894 (1885, 1892); m. B. C, Jas. 
Henry Cross, who was b. B. C, Jan. 3, 1840. + 

Sarah Jane Grant (ii43,33oiA) b. Berlin Center, N. Y. ; d. y. B. C. 

George Brentan Grant (1143,3302) b. Berlin, N. Y., Jan. 30, 1842; 
m. Margaret Ann Hutchison [b. Albany, N. Y., Sep. 9, 1850; dau. 
of Robt. Hutchison]; res. B. ; farmer; private in 125th N. Y. Vol. 
Regt. 

Grant (i 143, 3302 A) (s.), b. Berlin Center, N. Y. ; d. inf. B. C. 

Sarah Alvira Grant (1143,3303) b. Berlin, N. Y., Aug. 19, 1845; "^• 
B., Aug. 31, 1875, Simeon Canedy[b. Halifax, Vt., 1845 ; s. of David 
Canedyand LydiaStoe]; res. Williamstown, Mass. ; form. N. Adams, 
Mass. ; farmer; served in Co. H. 8th Vt. Regt. 1861-3, and in Co. E. 
31st Mass. Regt. 1864-5. + 

Ira Arnold Grant (1143,3304) b. Berlin, N. Y., Apr. 26, 1846; m. 
Amy Rosina Stelson [b. Richford, Vt., 1850; dau. of Samuel Stelson 
and Nancy Stacy] ; res. N. Adams, Mass. ; mason. + 

Abigail Grant (1143,3305) b. Berlin Center, N. Y. ; d. B. C. 

Mary Simpkins Grant (1143,3306) b. Berlin Center, N. Y. ; m. Chas. 
C. Rider; res, Searsburg, Vt.f 

Roselma Marion Grant (1143,3307) b. Berlin, N. Y., Jan. 10, 1856; 
m. White Creek, N. Y., Oct. 3, 1875, Theodore Washington Van 
Kleeck [b. Hoosick, N, Y., Nov. 2, 1844; s. of Leonard Van Kleeck 
and Mary Ann Parker]; res. Bennington, Vt. (117 Gage St.); laun- 
dry. + 

Jane Mahala Grant (1143,3308) b. Berlin Center, N. Y., Aug. 15, 
1858; m. Hoosick, N. Y., 1875, Aurelius Benj. Jones [b. Peters- 
burg, N. Y., 1857; d. Mch. 20, 1887; s. of Benj. Jones and Matilda 
Whipple]; res. N. Adams, Mass. (to N. Holden St.); 7 chil. 

Minerva Ann Grant (1143,3309) b. Berlin Center, N. Y. ; m. Chas. 
Chesbro; res. N. Adams, Mass. (8 Jackson St.).f 

Cliildren of Alonzo Grant [p. Sy) and Jane Car gill. 

James Cargill Grant (1143,3310) b. Rochester, N. Y., Sep. 3, 1855; 
res. R. (190 E. Main St.); with W. H. Glenny and Co., pottery. 

Minnie Sibyl Grant (1143,3311) m. (i) Rochester, N. Y., July 7, 
1877, John Henry Gordon, of Cobourg, Canada, who d. ; m. (2) R., 
Mch. 4, 1884, Wm. J. Laufer, of R. ; res. R. (570 Lake Av.).f 

Cliildren of Russell Grant {p. Sy) and Lucy Whitaker. 

Alexander A. Grant (1143,3330) b. Hancock, Mass., Aug. 29, 1832; 
m. Stephentown, N. Y., Aug. 7, 1853, Melissa Gaylord ; res. H. ; 
blacksmith. + 

Lydia L. Grant (1143,3331) b. Hancock, Mass, Nov. 13, 1837; m. 
(i) Oct. 28, 1853, Franklin Taylor [b. in N. Y., June 22, 1832; d. 
Sep. 9, 1 871; s. of John Taylor and Hannah Rodra]; m. (2) July 
4, 1893, Lewis E. Harmon [b. June 9, 1849; s. of Levi Harmon and 



EIGHTH GENERATION. l9l 

Laura Bartlett] ; res. H. ; Mr. T. was a machinist; Mr. H, is a car- 
penter; town auditor. $+ 

David L. Grant (1143,3332) b. Hancock, Mass., Mch. 20, 1839; m. 
Stephentown, N. Y. , June 21, 1859, Eliza Carlton; res. H. ; farmer.f + 

Mary Grant (1143,3333) b. Hancock, Mass., Mch. 6, 1844; m. Oct. 
26, 1865, Rodman T. Hazard; res. Jefferson, Tex.; agent of T. and 
P. R. R. and S. S. S. R. R.f 

Amanda Grant (1143,3334) b. Hancock, Mass., Oct. 28, 1846; m. 
Oct. 28, 1867, Howard Ives, who d. Sep. 30, 1897 ; res. Chester, Mass. ; 
furniture merchant, f 

Tillie Grant (1143,3335) b. Hancock, Mass., July 16, 1856; d. Aug. 
3, 1897; m. (i) Dec. 12, 1872, Ervin Evans [b. Stephentown, N. Y., 
1854; d. Aug. 17, 1878]; m. (2) June 6, 1882, Edwin H. Alvord, who 
was b. Chester, Mass., 1832; res. C. ; Mr. E. was a farmer; Mr. A. 
is a blacksmith ; has held town offices, sheriff. + 

CJiild of AsenatJi L. Grant {p. Sy) and John B. Biirgliardt. 
Caroline Burghardt (1143,3350) see Appendix A. 

Children of Russell Grant [p. 8"/). 
Russell Grant (1143,3400) (res. Sandy Hill, N. Y. ?). 
John Grant (1143,3401) (res. Sandy Hill, N. Y.?). 
Lillie Grant (1143,3402) b. a 1863; res. Albany, N. Y.f 
Nellie Grant (1143,3403) b. a. 1863; d, a. 1883. 

Children of Martha M. Grant (/. Sj) and Edwin A. Burroivs. 
Grant Howard Burrows (1143,3430) see Appendix A. + 
Edwin Bailey Burrows (i 143,3431) see Appendix A. 
Martha Kirk Burrows (1143,3432) b. Troy, N. Y., Jan. 18, 1845; d. 
T., Apr. 5, 1864. 

Children of Henry P. Grant {p. 8j) and Mary A. Hoyt. 

Albert Henry Grant (1143,3440) b. Glens Falls, N. Y. ; m. Council 
Bluffs, Iowa, Genevieve Douglass [b. Leclaire, Iowa, Dec. 2, 1855; 
dau. of John Douglass and Margarette M. Turner]; res. Kansas City, 
Mo. (1736 Brooklyn Av.); telegrapher, station master, and book- 
keeper; private in Co. K. 5th Iowa Vol. Inf. 1861-4. + 

Mary Eliza Grant (1143,3441) b. Warrensville, 111., Sep. 5, 1844; m. 
Comanche, Iowa, Jan. 22, 1862, Franklin Benj. Jackman [b. Gardiner, 
Me., Oct. 2, 1838; s. of Brown Jackman and Syrene Spears]; res. 
Weir City, Kan. ; form. Columbus, Kan. ; carpenter. + 

Edwin Burrows Grant (1143,3442) b. Warrensville, 111., Apr. 25, 
1847; m. Sandy Hill, N. Y., Sarah Jane Newton [b. Warrensburg, 
N. Y., July 19, 1844; dau. of Benj. Newton and Elizabeth White]; 
res. S. H. ; paper-maker; private in Co. A. i6th Iowa Vol. Inf. 4 
yrs. ; chil. all d. 

Child of Henry P. Grant [p. 8y) and Clarissa Hardy. 
Ella Myrtle Grant (1143,3443) b. Anamosa, Iowa, June 27, 1859; m. 
Joplin, Mo., May 14, 1879, John Marshall Ashby [b. Ashby Mills, 
Ind. , Apr. 4, 1853; s. of Capt. G. W. Ashby and Martha Ingham]; 
res. Glenellyn, I11.+ 



192 tiife GkANt fAMtLV. 

Cliild of Rensselaer Grant {p. 8j). 

Russell Henry Grant (1143,3450) res. St. Paul, Minn.* 

Child of John R. Grant {p. 8j) and Bessie P. Noble. 

Frankie Grant (1143,3460) m. Chicag-o, 111., Augustus Manning; 
res, C.f 

Children of C has. H. Grant {p. Sy) and Margaret A. Hyland. 

Charles Hyland Grant (1143,3470) b. Ft. Edward, N. Y., June 8, 
1862; m. Potterville, Mich., May 15, 1886, Minnie Wright [b. Dia- 
mond Dale, Mich. ; dau. of Eli Wright and Martha ] ; sepa- 
rated ; res. Jackson, Mich. (Stowell House) ; conductor on M. C. R. R. + 

Clara Isabelle Grant (1143,3471) b. Ft. Edward, N. Y., Dec. 27, 
1867; m. Potterville, Mich., Oct. 23, 1889, Wm. H. Salisbury [b. 
Leoni, Mich., Nov. 27, 1867; s, of Albert Salisbury and Elvira 
Storms]; res. Jackson, Mich. (1324 E. Main St.); conductor on M. 
C. R. R.+ 

Children of Maria Grant {p. 88) and George G. Bennett. 

George Bennett (1143,3510) d. Preston, 1848, ae 13 yrs. 

Sarah Bennett (1143,3511) d. Brooklyn, N. Y., 1846, ae 2 yrs. 6 mos. 

William Henry Bennett (1143,3512) b. Brooklyn, N. Y., July 10, 
1844; d. Sep. I, 1898; m. B., June 16, 1874, Alice Josephine Sayre 
[b. Jamesport, N. Y. , July 8, 1853; dau. of John N. Sayre and Eliza- 
beth Sharp]; res. B. ; physician; M. D. Univ. of N. Y. 1870; intern 
Blackwells Id. Hospital 1870.$+ 

Fannie Bennett (1143,3513) b. Brooklyn, N. Y., Dec. 26, 1845; m. 

B., July 18, 1867, Robt. Wesley Fielding [b. N. Y. C, Aug. 15, 1844; 

s. of Wm. Fielding and Isabella Clark] ; res. B. (182 8th Av.) ; dep. 

commissioner of public works; she owns the homestead in Preston. $+ 

CJnldren of Mary Grant [p. 88) and David Lafler. 

Enos G. Lafler (1143,4000) b. May 10 (21), 1822; d. Cleveland, O., 
July 2, 1866 (1868); m. Willoughby (C), O., July 10, 1847 (1845), 
Matilda Quackenbush [b. Rome, N. Y., July 6, 1829; d. C, Dec. 11, 
1897; dau. of Samuel Quackenbush and Margaret Snyder]; res. C. ; 
builder. + 

Laura Jane Lafler (1143,4000 A) b. Willoughby, O., Nov. 2, 1823; 
d. unm. Rockport, O., Mch. 3, 1853; teacher. 

Emily Lafler (1143,4001) b. Willoughby, O., Feb. 10, 1825; d. June 
1864; m. John Munds, of Tenn. + 

David Lafler (1143,4002) b. Willoughby, O., Apr. 1827; m. Sarah 
Patterson [b. in New Brunswick; d. 1874]; res. nr. Nebraska City, 
Neb. ; minister. f + 

Rhocean Sibyl Grant Lafler (1143,4003) b. Willoughby, O., Nov. 21, 
1830; m. Cleveland, O., Nov. 19, 1857, Geo. Edward Williams [b. 
St. John, N. B., Mch. 24, 1832 ; s. of Jas. Young Williams and Eliza 
Ann ]; res. S. Haven, Mich.; form. Geneva, Mich.; ship- 
builder; served in Engineers and Mechanics Co. 1863-5.$+ 

Hosea Lafler (1143,4004) b. Nov. 27, 1832; d. Cedar Rapids, Iowa, 
Dec. 21, 1895; "^- I-^^c. 25, 1853, Rosina Eaton; res. nr. C. R. ; stock- 
raiser; a consistent member of Bapt. ch. more than 40 yrs.+ 



EIGHTH GENERATION. 193 

Annis Lafler (1143,4005) b. Warrensville, O., Feb. 10, 1835; d. s. p. 
Rockport, O., July 27, 1859; m. Oct. 1852, Michael Wolf, of Dover, O. 

Lucinda Lafler (1143,4006) b. Dover, O., Nov. 19, 1837; m. Cleve- 
land, O., 1854, Robt. Patterson, of Scotch parentage; res. nr. Ne- 
braska City, Neb. ; carriage ironer.*+ 

Catharine Lafler (1143,4007) b. Dover, O., Dec. 10, 1838; d. St. 
Joseph, Mo., June 11, 1878; m. Frederic A. Wheeler; miller. + 

John George Lafler (1143,4008) b. Rockport, O., Mch. 7, 1840; m. 
Cleveland, O., Apr. 18, 1859, Elizabeth Harriet Smith, of Wil- 
loughby, O. [b. Conewango, N. Y,, Sep. 19, 1838; dau. of Henry 
Miles Smith and Lucia Waterman]; res. Bangor, Mich. ; farmer; 
tov^n clerk, commissioner of highways, J. P., member of school 
board many yrs. + 

Elizabeth Lana Lafler (1143,4009) b. Oct. 10, 1842; m. Adam Glebb; 
res. Kansas City, Mo. ; miller.* + 

CJiildren of Thomas Grant [p. 88) and Mary Ativell. 

Alonzo Augur Grant (1143,4010) b. Avon (Warrensville), O., Dec. 
10, 1832 (Nov. 1829); d. Erie, Pa. (Cleveland, O.), Oct. 10, 1870 
(1872); 3 yrs. in Union army. 

Alonson Atwell Grant (1143,4011) b. Avon, O., Oct. 27, 1835; d. 
Potomac Station (Columbus), Va., Mch. 30(20), 1863 (1864); m. A., 
May 12), 1857, Fannie Carter, who was b. A., Dec. 4, 1839; sailor; 
Sergt. and 2d Lieut. 6th O. Vol. Cav. 1861-3.+ 

Alfred Alfonso Grant (1143,4012) b. June 6, 1837; m. July 16, 1870, 
Nancy M. Gibson [b. Amherst, O., Apr. 12, 1848; dau. of Manhattan 
Gibson and Maria C. Kendeigh]; res. S. Amherst, O. ; farmer; sailor 
20 yrs. ; served 2 yrs. in Civil War. + 

Lorenzo Wilford Grant (1143,4013) b. Rockport, O., Mch. 24, 1841; 
m. Chicago, 111., 1871, Mary A. Rockwood [b. in Vt. ; dau. of Ly- 
man Rockwood]; res. Saugatuck, Mich.; house and ship carpenter; 
dea. , mayor. + 

Ellen Nancy Grant (1143,4014) b. Avon, O., Mch. 31, 1846; m. 
Dover, O., July 15, 1867, Thomas Francis Doyle [b. Kiltmaugh, Co. 
Mayo, Ireland, Dec. 1849; d. Lakewood, O., Aug. 6, 1893; s. of 
Owen John Doyle and Catherine Dyre] ; res. Cleveland, O. (40 Wal- 
nut St.).+ 

CJiildren of Noah J. Grant {p. 88) and Julia Hovcy. 

George Josiah Grant (1143,4020) went to Civil War, and never heard 
from. 

Hannah Grant (1143,4021) at one time res. Des Moines, Iowa. 
Children of Miner Grant {p. 88) and Abigail Penfield. 

Charles Noah Grant (1143,4030) drowned in Fox R., Wis.; unm. 

Benjamin Franklin Grant (1143,4031) killed in battle, a. 1865. 

Joseph Julius Grant (1143,4032) killed in battle, 1862. 

Children of Joseph Grant {p. 88) and Hannah Turner. 

Sibyls. Grant (1143,4040) d. s. p. soon after m. ; artist. 

Lydia Mary Grant (1143,4041) d. nr. Cleveland, O., soon after m. ; 
m. Hulbert, of C. 



194 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

SaiFord Josiah Grant (1143,4042) killed in battle, Island No. 10. 
Children of RuJiama Grant {p. 88) and Seneca D. Fish. 

John Piatt Fish (1143,4400) b. Independence, N. Y., Aug. 10, 1830; 
m. (i) Clyde, O., 1850-1, Elizabeth Kinnicutt [b. in N. Y., Dec. 8, 
1832; d. C, Jan. 6, 1869; dau. of Albert Kinnicutt and Electa Rey- 
nolds]; m. (2) Danville, 111., May 23, 1870, Josephine Amelia Brown 
[b. May 24, 1848; d. C., Oct. 30, 1887; dau. of Samuel Marcus 
Brown and Eleanor Matilda Galloway]; res. Toledo, O.; book- 
keeper. *+ 

Joseph H. Fish (1143,4401) b. in N. Y., Oct. 8, 1831; d. Clyde, O., 
Nov. 1889; m. (i) C, 1857, , whod. ; m. (2) , whores. C. + 

Nancy R. Fish (1143,4402) b. Hornersville, N. Y., Mch. 24, 1834; 
m. Clyde, O., June 16, 1853, Daniel D. Ames [b. New London, 
May 30, 1824; s. of Martin Ames and Eliza Loomis] ; res. Bowling 
Green, 0.+ 

Stephen Fish (1143,4403) b. in N. Y., Apr. 23, 1826; d. ; res. Louis- 
ville, Ky.+ 

William H. Fish (1143,4404) b. Feb. 7, 1838; res. Kansas City, 
Mo. ; form. Toledo, O. ; hardware. *+ 

Thomas M. Fish (1143,4405) b. Groton, O., June 25, 1840; d. In- 
dianapolis, Ind., Dec. 7, 1892; R. R. conductor. + 

Warren E. Fish (1143,4406) b. Sandusky Co., O., Mch. 30, 1846; 
m. ; res. Toledo, O. ; telegrapher, f 

Lewis Cass Fish (1143,4407) b. Clyde, O., Sep. 26, 1848; d. inf. C. 
Children of Russell Grant [p. 88) and Amy A. Cole. 

Joseph Ray Grant (1143,4410) b. Solon, N. Y., May 22, 1839; m. 
Pitcher, N. Y., Feb. 26, 1862, Ann Frances Bolster [b. P., Feb. i, 
1837; d.P., Aug. 28, 1891; dau. of Joseph Bolster and Judith Gage] ; 
res, P. (Cincinnatus P. O.) ; form. Allegheny, Pa., and Brackney, Pa. ; 
farmer and mason ; at A. was school director, sec. of school board, 
supt. of schools, and assessor.$+ 

Phebe Matilda Grant (1143,4411) b. Solon, N. Y., May 6, 1841; m. 
Preble, N. Y., July 4, 1S60, Sanford LucianDvvight [b. Cincinnatus, 
N. Y., Dec. 24, 1836; s. of Mason D wight and Charlotte Kingsbury]; 
res. C. ; sawyer; she is a dressmaker. + 

Thomas Cole Grant (1143,4412) b. Freetown, N. Y., Apr. 20, 1844; 
d. May 11, 1864, in the battle of the Wilderness; served in 157th N. 
Y. Regt. 1 86 1-4. 

Amy Ann Grant (ii43,44i2A) b. Freetown, N. Y., Sep. 12, 1845; 
d. F., Oct. II, 1845. 

Stephen Henry Grant (1143,4413) b. Freetown, N. Y., Nov. 10, 1846; 
res. Seward, Neb. ; farmer.* 

James Eugene Grant (1143,4414) b. E. Freetown, N. Y., Feb, 24, 
1849; m. Pharsalia, N. Y., May 22, 1874; Elsie Anna Breed [b. Phar- 
salia Hook, N. Y., Mch. 28, 1856; dau. of Matthew Breed and Polly 
M. Loomis]; res. E. Pharsalia, N. Y. ; farmer and dairyman ; com- 
missioner of highways. + 

Tryphena Amy Grant (1143,4415) b. Cincinnatus, N.Y., Mch. 3, 1850; 
m. C, Mch. 10, 1870, Thos. Warren Skillman [b. Smithville Flats, 



EIGHTH GENERATION. l95 

N. Y., June 26, 185 1; d. Binghamton, N. Y., Nov. 8, 1888; s. of 
Thos. Skillman and Rose Anna Barber]; res. B. (56 Thorp St.); 
form. S, F. ; foreman in wagon and cutter factory. + 

Marcus Wildman Grant (ii43,44i5A) b. Freetown, N. Y., June 24, 
1851; d. Cincinnatus, N. Y., Jan. 7, 1852. 

Betsey Estelle Grant (1143,4416) b. Freetown, N. Y., Oct. 27, 1852; 
m. Oxford, N. Y., Jan, 19, 187 1, Francis Merian Hutchison [h. Ger- 
man, N. Y., Dec. II, 1845; s. of Oliver Hutchison and vSophronia 
Beckwith] ; res. Seward, Neb.; form. Cincinnatus, N. Y. ; farmer. 

Charles Warren Grant (1143,4417) b. Cincinnatus, N. Y., Mch. 29, 
1854; d. C, Oct. 26, 1894; m. (i) C, 1876, Rose Huntly [b. Pitcher, 
N. Y. ; d. C, 1885; dau. of Wm. Huntly and Maria Newton]; m. 
(2) Florence Lull [b. German, N. Y., 1868; dau. of Luther Lull; m. 
(2) Carl Livermore] ; res. C. ; wid. res. Bridgeport; farmer. + 

Samuel Russel Grant (1143,44 17 A) b. Cincinnatus, N. Y., Aug. 26, 
1855; d. C, Oct. 18, 1855, "ae 6 mos." 

Sarah S. Grant (1143,4418) b. Cincinnatus, N. Y., Mch. 23, 1857; 
m. Pitcher, N. Y., Aug. 14, 1875, Curtis White [b. P., Feb. 18, 1849; 
s. of Geo. White and Calancia M. Breed]; res. P. ; farmer and dairy- 
man. + 

Ransom R. Grant (1143,4419) b. Pitcher, N. Y., Mch. 23, 1859; m. 
P., Dec. 30, 1885, Mrs. Harriet (Kenyon) Wheeler [b. P., June 30, 
1853; dau. of Aaron Kenyon and Eleanor Chase]; res. Cincinnatus, 
N. Y.t + 

Child of Warren W. Grant {p. 88) and ist tvife. 

"Wakeman Warren Grant (1143,4420) b. Freetown, N. Y., 1842; d. 
Cincinnatus, N. Y., July 5, 1885; m. 1876-7, Philena S. Smith [b. 
1852; d. C, Feb. 15, 1886; dau. of Jotham Smith, of Chenango Co., 
N. Y.]; res. C. ; painter and furniture dealer. + 

Children of Warren W. Grant {p. 88) and RiitJi Carr. 

Edward P. Grant (1143,4421) b. Freetown, N. Y., July i, 1848; m. 
in Pa., Orisa Goodeno [b. Spring Water, N. Y. ; dau. of Enos Goodeno 
and Abigail Cole] ; res. Black River Falls, Wis. ; form, in N. Y. and 
Pa.; farmer; form, railroader, and operated a saw-mill; J. P., su- 
pervisor. + 

Morell Alfred Grant (1143,4422) b. Laurens, N. Y., Oct. 2, 1852; 
m. Dec. 30, 1879, Ellen A. Purdy [b. Otto, N. Y., Aug. 8, 1845; 
dau. of Stephen Purdy and Lucina Fuller]; res. L. ; farmer; road 
commissioner. $+ 

Phebe Jane Grant (1143,4423) b. May 25, 1855; d. Oct. 2, 1858. 

Joseph L. Grant (1143,4424) b. July 20, 1857; d. Oct. 2, 1858. 

Frank RoUin Grant (1143,4425) b. Nov. 2, 1859; res. Black River 
Falls, Wis.f 

Children of Desire Grant [p 8c^) and fames Gardner. 

Sarah Marve Gardner (1143,4430) b. Freetown, N. Y., Mch. 30, 

1838; m. (i) F., Feb. 15, 1857, Enos Jonas Kies [b. Pitcher, N. Y., 

Nov. 19, 1837; d. Whitesville, N. Y., June 11, 1892; s. of Harris 

Kies and Jerusha Spaulding]; m. (2) W., Nov. 7, 1896, Daniel Fuller 



196 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

[b. Wyoming Co., N. Y., Dec. 2, 1832; s. of Thos. Fuller]; res. 
Ulysses, Pa. ; Mr. K. was a farmer, Mr. F. a farmer and carpenter. $+ 

Warren A. Gardner (1143,4431) b. Freetown, N. Y., Jan. 24, 1843; 
m. (i) (N. Y. C.?), May 1864, Eliza Suydam, of Yonkers, N. Y., who 
d. 1870; m. (2) (Eleven Mile, Pa.?), a. 1872, Lucy Roselle Furman, 
of Oswayo, Pa.; res. Andrews Settlement, Pa.f+ 

Maria R. Gardner (1143,4432) b. Freetown, N. Y., 1845; ™- Oct. 
14, 1893, Reuben C. Plants [b. Steuben Co., N. Y. ; s. of Edward 

Plants and Lydia ]; res. Andrews Settlement, Pa. ; carpenter; 

served 3 yrs. in Co. G. 46th Pa. Vol. Regt. 

Cliildren of Amanda Grant (/. 8g) and Willis E. Gardner {p. 8g). 

Charles Giles Gardner (1143,4440) m. Ellen E. Van Slyke [b. Otego, 
N. Y., Nov. 13, 1842; dau. of Jacob Van Slyke and Philenda Tracy]; 
res. New Lisbon, N. Y. (Lena P. O.). 

Helen M. Gardner (1143,4441) res. New Lisbon, N. Y. (Lena P. 0.).f 

Mary E. Gardner (1143,4442) d. ; m. Bundy; res. Lena, N.Y. 

Russell 0. Gardner (1143,4443) d. unm. 

John Warren Gardner (1143,4444) d. ae 5 mos. 

Ruhama Gardner (1143,4445) d. se 3 mos. 

Cliildren of Evieline Grant {p. 8g) and Amos Stevens. 

Lavinia Delanthe Stevens (1143,4450) b. Solon, N. Y., Nov. 30, 
1849; m. (i) 1865, Rolf Rice; m. (2) S., 1885, Fred Marton Phelps, 
who was b. Otsego, Co., N. Y., Feb. 22, 1845; res. S. ; Mi*. P. is a 
farmer; served in Union Army.f+ 

Joseph Morell Stevens (1143,4451) b. Solon, N. Y., 1852; d. inf. 

Frederic Fayette Stevens (1143,4452) b. Solon, N. Y., Aug. 6, 1859; 
m. 1887, Eleanor Burlingham [b. S., May 15, 1859; dau. of Jas. Bur- 
lingham and Sarah Angle] ; res. S. ; farmer. + 

Ruhama Matilda Stevens (1143,4453) b. Solon, N. Y., Mch. 20, 
1869; m. Cincinnatus, N. Y., July 3, 1892, Ernest B. Edwards [b. 

C, May 19, 1870; s. of Geo. Edwards and Eliza Hall]; res. N. 
Pitcher, N. Y. ; farmer. 

Children of Cynthia G. Gardner [p. Sp) and Lyman Deming. 

Jared G. Deming (1143,4500) b. Andover, N. Y., Aug. 15, 1839 
(1840); d. Greenwood, N. Y., Sep. 5, 1879; ^- Alfred, N. Y., June 30, 
1866, Sarah Delia Cole [b. Alfred, Mch. 24, 1846; dau. of Wm. Cole 
and Miranda Lee]; res. Andover, Alfi'ed, W. Union, N. Y., and G. ; 
farmer and cheese-maker; served in Union Army 1861-5.+ 

Charles Commodore Deming (1143,4501) b. Andover, N. Y., Aug. 21, 
1843 (1841?); m. Warren, Pa., Dec. 23, 1869, Martha Chilson [b. W., 
Dec. 30, 1845; dau. of Edwin Chilson and Maria Schoonover]; res. 
Friendship, N. Y. ; physician; Univ. of City of N. Y. ; private in Co. 

D. i6th N. Y. H. Art. 1863-5; ch. steward and trustee, constable. + 
Leroy Lyman Deming (1143,4502) b. Andover, N. Y., May 15, 1844; 

m. Owego, N. Y., May 19, 1875, Sarah L. Coburn [b. Warren, Pa., 
Jan. 4, 1852; dau. of Augustus A. Coburn and Sophia J. Manning]; 
res. A. ; farmer. + 

William John Deming (1143,4503) b. Andover, N. Y., Oct. 2, 1845; 



EIGHTH GENERATION. 197 

m. A., Mch. 28, 1868, Sarah Jennette Walker [b. A., Feb. 23, 1849; 
d. A., Mch, 9, 1896; dau. of Daniel Walker and Catherine Lee]; 
res. A. ; farmer; served in Co. D. i6thN. Y. H. Art. 1864-5; mem- 
ber of official board of M. E. ch. 1884-92, trustee since 1892. + 

CJiildren of William Gardner {p. 8g) and Harriet Hollister. 
George Washington Gardner (1143,4510) b. Hartwick, N. Y., Nov. 

18, 1843; d. New Lisbon, N. Y., Apr. 3, 1874; m. Afton, N. Y., 
Dec. 23, 1868, Agnes Gallup [b. Sidney, N. Y., Oct. 14, 1847; dau. 
of Russell Gallup and Agnes Yale]; res. N. L. ; farmer. + 

Mary Jane Gardner (1143,4511) m. Richard Hoke. + 

CJiildren of Louisa Gardner (/. 8g) and Caleb Armstrong. 

Charles Gardner Armstrong (1143,4520) b. Laurens, N. Y., Oct. 14, 
1835; m. (i) Mt. Vision, N. Y., Sep. i, 1861, Cornelia Frances 
Armstrong [b. Cooperstown, N. Y., Nov. 26, 1844; d. Long Eddy, 
N. Y., Jan. 25, 1888; dau. of Elisha Armstrong and Peninnah 
Baker]; m. (2) Pleasant Mt., Pa., Sep. i, 1891, Evelyn Smith [b. P. 
M., Oct. II, 1866; dau. of Alfred Smith and Louisa Myers]; res. L. 
E. ; merchant and manufacturer of acetate of lime, wood alcohol, 
etc.; postmaster, road commissioner, coroner. + 

Maryette Armstrong (1143,4521) b. Laurens, N. Y., June 13, 1838; 
res. Long Eddy, N. Y.f 

Eliza Ann Armstrong (1143, 45 2 2) b. Laurens, N. Y., May 27, 1842; 
d. L., Sep. 6, 1843. 

Harriet Louisa Armstrong (1143,4523) b. Laurens, N. Y., Nov. 24, 
1844; d. Manchester, Pa., Feb. 22, 1864. 

Celestia Maria Armstrong (1143,4524) b. Cooperstown, N. Y., Aug. 

19, 184S; m. Beach Pond, Pa., Aug. 11, 1870, John Snell Adams [b. 
Honesdale, Pa., Nov. 12, 1843; d. Knoxville, Pa., Oct. 31, 1893; s. 
of Elijah Adams and Anna Eliza Cressman] ; res. K. ; she is a hotel 
keeper. $+ 

George Francis Armstrong (1143,4525) b. Manchester, N. Y. (Pa. ?), 
May 24, 1852; m. Oscoda, Mich., Dec. 25, 1877, Phebe Jane Bailey 
[b. Troy, Mich., dau. of Wm. Bailey and Elizabeth Earle]; res. Au- 
sable, Mich.; machinist and chief engineer. + 

Willis Leroy Armstrong (1143,4526) b. Manchester, Pa., June 10, 
1857; m. Walton, N. Y., 1882, Alice Hood; res. Fish's Eddy, N. Y.t+ 
CJiildren of Benjamin Gardner {p. 8g) and Betsey Armstrong. 

Carrie Armina Gardner (1143,4550) b. Laurens, N. Y., July 9, 1841; 
res. New Lisbon, N. Y. (Mt. Vision P. O.). 

Mary Jane Gardner (1143,4551) b. Laurens, N. Y., Mch. 13, 1846; 
res. New Lisbon, N. Y. (Mt. Vision P. O.). 

Irvin Benjamin Gardner (1143,4552) b. New Lisbon, N. Y., Sep. 17, 
1857; d. unm. N. L., May 9, 1891; res. N. L. ; miller. 

CJiildren of Aurelius F. Gardner [p. po). 

Levi Gardner (1143,4580) 1. 1897. 
Helen Gardner (1143,4581) 1. 1897. 
Franklin Gardner (1143,4582). 



198 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

Children of Hannah M. Gardner {p. go) and Frances McGraw. 

Hannah De Etta McGraw (1143,4590) b. Greenwood, N. Y. , Sep. 18, 
1855; m. Andover, N. Y., Nov. 28, 1872, David Bullard [b. A., 
Feb. 9, 1849; s. of Henry Bullard and Mary Ann Adams]; res. A. ; 
carpenter; steward in M. E. ch.+ 

Mary Delilah McGraw (1143,4591) b. Greenwood, N. Y., Dec. 23, 
1858; res. Andover, N. Y. 

Francis Marion McGraw (1143,4592) b. Greenwood, N. Y., May 18, 
1864; d. G., Apr. 19, 1865. 

McGraw (1143,4593) (s.), b. and d. Greenwood, N. Y., 

Mch. 6, 1867. 

Child of Anna G. Warren {p. po) and John Bell. 

Lottie Bell (1143,4600). 

Child of JoJin Warren {p. po) and Marian 



Louise Warren (1143,4810) d. s. p. Easton, a. 1893, ae a. 40; m. 
Chas. Clark; wid. res. E. 

Child of Jonathan Warren {p. po) and Hetty Stockholm.. 

Aaron Warren (1143,4820) m. (i) Phillips; m. (2) ; 

res. E. Fishkill, N. Y.t + 

CJiildren of Olive Warren {p. po) and Tnrney Bnlkley. 

Julia Ellen Bulkley (1143,4830) b. Danbury, Apr. 25, 1845; i"es. 
Chicago, 111. ; Asso. Prof, of Pedagogy and Dean of Women, Univ. 
of Chicago; Ph.D. Univ. of Ziirich 1895; ist asst. in high schools at 
Danbury 1869-72, Plainfield, N, J., 1872-81; supt. of schools at P. 
1881-92.$ 

Phebe Anna Bulkley (1143,4831) b. Danbury, Dec. 25, 1846 (1848); 
d. Plainfield, N. J., May 9, 1883 (1882); res. D. 

Eudora Eugenia Bulkley (1143,4832) b. Danbury, Nov. 5, 1850; d. 
D., Jan. 30, 1876; res. D. 

Nathan Turney Bulkley (1143,4833) b. Danbury, Dec. 29, 1852; m. 
D., Feb. 19, 1877, Anna Robinson Cowperthwaite [b. St. Louis, Mo., 
Oct. 20, 1855; dau. of Geo. Ely Cowperthwaite and Mary Topping] ; 
res. D. ; messenger for Adams Ex. Co. 1868-83; fire insurance agent 
since 1883; supt. andsec'y of Wooster Cemetery since 1887, director 
since 1893; water commissioner. + 

Child of David Warren {p. po) and Julia T. Toivnsend. 

Josephine Warren (1143,4840) b. Jan. 24, 1854; m. Jan. 16, 1889, 

Street; res. Bethel. f 

Child of Hiram Udrren {p. po) and Sarah Patrick. 

Mary Patrick Warren (1143,4860) b. Mch. 31, 1852; d. Nov. 16, 1852. 
Children of Hiram Warren (/. po) and Mary E. Bennett. 

John William Warren (1143,4861) b. Middletown, N. Y., Aug. 14, 
1869; res. Brookfield.f 

Levi Grant Warren (1143,4862) b. Middletown, N. Y., Aug. 11, 
1872; res. Slate Hill, N. Y.* 

Benjamin Warren (1143,4863) b. Middletown, N. Y., Mch. 8, 1878; 
d. M., Aug. 8, 1878. 



EIGHTH GENERATION. 199 

Children of Anna M. Warren {p. pi) and JoJin G. Shrive. 

William Glenn Shrive (1143,4890) b. Equinunk, Pa., Sep. 20, 1862; 
m. Yonkers, N. Y., Oct. 18, 1892, Nettie James Vail Worth [b. Car- 
mel, N. Y., July 26, 1871; dau. of Benj. Zain Worth and Lucretia 
Maria Vail]; res. Y. (305 Warburton Av.); dealer in bicycles and 
athletic goods; veteran of 2 2d Regt. N. G. N. Y.$+ 

Margaret Burke Shrive (1143,4891) b. Equinunk, Pa., July 28, 1864; 
d. Northville, N. Y., Oct. 6, 1876 (1877). 

George Grant Shrive (1143,4892) b. New Fairfield, Feb. 14, 1865 
(1867?); m. N. Y. C, Feb. 3, 1892, Elizabeth Foster Creighton [b. 
N. Y. C., Mch. 29, 1869; dau. of Chas. Creighton and Lydia Wick- 
ham]; res. Rutherford, N. J. (179 Donaldson Av.); supt. of the 
Newark, N. J., office of the Bradstreet Co., with which he became 
connected as a clerk in 1888. 

Children of Avery C. Grant [p. gi) and Ann Wickware. 

George Washington Grant (ii43,6o7oA) b. Nov. 17, 1846; d. Dec. 
19, 1847. 

Llewellyn Marshal Grant (1143,6070) b. Franklin, Mil. Co., Wis., 
Apr. 20, 1848; d. Sturgeon Bay, Wis., Oct. 14, 1872. 

Mezilla M. Grant (1143,6071) b. Franklin, Mil. Co., Wis., Aug. 30, 
1849; res. Sturgeon Bay, Wis.* 

Lorenzo Perry Grant (1143,6072) b. Greenville, Wis., Apr. 14, 185 1; 
res. Kaukauna, Wis.f 

Julius Alphonso Grant (1143,6073) b. Ellington, Out. Co., Wis., 
Mch. 5, 1853; res. Redwood Co., Minn.; form. Kaukauna, Wis. 

Roscoe Adelbert Grant (1143,6074) b. Ellington, Out. Co., Wis., 
Feb. 6, 1855; res. E. (Stephensville P. O.); farmer.f 

Ellen Estella Grant (1143,6075) b. Ellington, Out. Co., Wis., Sep. 
10, 1858; m. Sniderville, Wis., June 11, 1879, Jas. Aird Lambie [b. 
Kaukauna, Wis., Oct. 23, 1853; s. of John Lambie and Margaret 
Aird]; res. K. ; farmer; supervisor. + 

Frank Avery Grant (1143,6076) b. Ellington, Out. Co., Wis., May 
28, 1862; res. Appleton, Wis.; form. Caledonia, 111.; farmer.f 

Anna M. Grant (1143,6077) b. Ellington, Out. Co. Wis., May 28, 
1865; res. Kaukauna, Wis.f 

Mahlon Wesley Grant (1143,6078) b. Ellington, Out. Co., Wis., May 
26, 1867; res. Kaukauna, Wis.f 

Leon Lester Grant (1143,6079) b. Ellington, Out. Co., Wis., Mch. 
14, 1869; res. Kaukauna, Wis.f 

CJiildren of Sanford S. Grant [p. pi). 

Frank Z. Grant (1143,6080) b. a. 1857; res. Chicago, 111. (10,720 
Wabash Av.).f 

Grant (5 other chil. d.). 

Children of NatJianicl L. Grant (/. pi) and Matilda Knotvles. 
Asa Grant (1143,6410) b. Colchester, N. Y., Dec. 29, 1837; m. 
Granton, N. Y., Nov. 23, 1859, Lydia Augusta Webster [b. Tomp- 
kins, N. Y., Nov. 26, 1839; dau. of John Webster and Ruth Craw- 



200 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

ford]; res. G. ; farmer; 23 yrs. in saw-mill and lumber business ; J. 
P., commissioner of highways, assessor since 1892. + 

Susan Grant (1143,6411) b. June 30, 1839; m. Wm. Henderson; res. 
Granton, N. Y.f 

Eliza Grant (1143,6412) b. Colchester, N. Y., May 12, 1842; m. 
Granton, N. Y., June 20, 1867, Chas. Montgomery Hathaway [b. 
Cannonsville, N. Y., Sep. 17, 1840; s. of Benj. Hathaway, 2d, and 
Charlotte Burrows] ; res. Oliphant, Pa.; insurance agent; form, 
hardware and lumber merchant ; served in 144th N. Y. Vol. Regt. 
1862-5, promoted to lieut. ; burgess of Blakely Borough, ch. trustee 
and dea. + 

Lucinda Grant (1143,6413) b. Hamden, N. Y., Dec. 25, 1845; m. 
Cannonsville, N. Y., Nov. 20, 1872, Chas. W. Wilcox [b. Reads 
Creek, Del. Co., N. Y., Mch. 27, 1836; s. of Dan C. Wilcox and 
Charlotte Read]; res. Port Jervis, N. Y. (8 Church St.); night depot 
master of Erie R. R.$ 

Children of Hannah Grant {p. pi) and Amnion Hitt. 

Ira Ferris Hitt (1143,6420) res. Walton, N. Y.f 

George K. Hitt (1143,6421). 

Phoebe Jane Hitt (1143,6422) d. ; m. Somers. 

Lewis Hitt (1143,6423) b. Rockland, N. Y., May i, 1841 ; m. R., 
Aug. 28, 1865, Ada C. Johnson [b. Colchester, N. Y., Aug. 19, 1843; 
dau. of John Johnson and Elizabeth Kimball]; res. R. ; farmer; 
served in loist and 143d N. Y. Regts. in Civil War; trustee and 
steward of M. E. ch. 

Mary Hitt (1143,6424) m. Andrew Thompson; res. Walton, N. Y.f 

Louisa Hitt (1143,6425) d. 

James Hitt (1143,6426) d. 

Marcus Hitt (1143,6427). 

Dennis Hitt (1143,6428) res. Wellsbridge, N. Y.f 

Children of Mary F. Grant {p. pi) and Austin Dodge. 

Emma Esther Dodge (1143,6430) d. (prob. Rockland, N. Y., 1858). 

Matilda Dodge (1143,6431) b. Rockland, N. Y., Nov. 5, 1852; m. 
R., May 15, 1879, Chas. L. Fuller [b. Downsville, N. Y., Feb. 22, 
1848; s. of Loamma Fuller and Julia Ann Bogert]; res. Brooklyn, 
N. Y. (271 Keap St.).+ 

Sarah Meeker Dodge (1143,6432) d. (prob. Rockland, N. Y., 1858). 
CJiildren of JoJin Grant {p. p2) and Fanny J. O'Connor. 

Mary Lewis Grant (1143,6510) b. Margaretville, N. Y., Oct. 11, 
1867; m. M., Oct. II, 1894, Chas. Geo. Ellis [b. Newtown, Pa., Sep. 
23, 1865; s. of Winfield Scott Ellis and Francina Girton] ; res. North- 
port, N. Y. ; form. M. ; Pres. minister; grad. Lafayette Coll. 1890, 
and Union Theol. Sem. 1893. 

John Grant (1143,6511) b. Margaretville, N. Y., Nov. 11, 1869; 
res. M. ; cashier of People's Bank, editor of the M. Messenger, 
farmer, iniller, and lumber merchant; Lehigh Univ.; treas, of M., 
school treas., state senator; past master and treas. of M. lodge F. 
and A. M. ; chancellor commander of M. lodge K. of P. ; Quarter- 
master Sergt. Co. F, 1st N. Y. Vol. Regt. i898.f 



EIGHTH GENERATION. 201 

Children of Williajn W. Grant [p. gz). 

Ransom A, Grant (1143,6530) res. Delhi, N. Y.f 

Newman A. Grant (1143,6531). 

William W. Grant (1143,6532) res. N. Y. C. (135 Broadway). f 

George Chauncey Grant (1143,6533) res. N. Y. 0.(52 Manhattan A v.). f 

John Grant (1143,6534) d. y. 

CJiildren of Robert L. Waterbiiry [p. p2) and Christiana Doivie. 

Robert Henry Martin Waterbury (1143,6900) b. (Oct.?) 1848 (?); d. 
N. Y. C, 1854. 

Lucy Anna Waterbury (1143,6901) b. Fergusonville, N. Y., Feb. 5, 
1849; res. Margaretville, N. Y. ; teacher of music; organist in 
churches at Andes, N. Y., 1868-72, nr. Lexington, Ky. , 1878-83, and 
at M. since 1883; vice-pres. N. Y. State Music Teachers' Asso. since 
1889; S. S. supt. 

Mary "Waterbury (1143,6902) b. N. Y. C, Feb. i, 1857; res. Marga- 
retville, N. Y. ; teacher of drawing; asst. treas. First Pres. Ch. 

Winifred Waterbury (1143,6903) b. N. Y. C, Feb. 24, 1861; d. unm. 
Poughkeepsie, N. Y., Nov. 20, 1883; Vassar Coll. 

CJiildren of Edzvard P. Waterbury {p. p2). 

Anna Waterbury (1143,6940) d. Albany, N. Y., in 21st yr. 

Laura Waterbury (1143,6941) d. unm. Albany, N. Y., Mch. 8, 1885, 
ae 24 yrs. 

Sarah M. Waterbury (1143,6942) res. Albany, N. Y. (14 Chest- 
nut St.).t 

Children of Mary Waterbury {p. gz) and George D. Wheeler. 

Frances Wheeler (1143,6950) b. Deposit, N. Y. , Apr. 16, 1856; m. 
D., Jan. 8, 1880, Henry Kinsley Wilcox [b. Ashland, N. Y., July 
20, 1849; s. of Horatio R. Wilcox and Sarah M. Kinsley]; res. Mid- 
dletown, N. Y. (28 Grove St.); manufacturer.! 

Eleanor Knox Wheeler (1143,6951) b. Deposit, N. Y., 1859; d. D., 
May 15, 1S62. 

George Waterbury Wheeler (1143,6952) b. Deposit, N. Y., June 19, 
1863; m. Westtown, N. Y., Aug. 26, 1886, Mary Wright Fisher [b. 
Succasunna, N, J., Apr. 30, 1862; dau. of Rev. Jas. Boorman Fisher 
and Evelyn Foster]; res. D. ; farmer and dairyman; Mass. Agr. 
Coll. 1883-4; trustee of Pres. ch., S. S. supt., assessor. + 

CLAN N. 

Children of Philander G. Metcalf {p. p2) and Dorothy Jlfottiee. 

Mary Margaret Metcalf (i 162,4100) m. Harvey J. Harrwood, who d. ; 
res. Utica, N. Y. (141 Mary St.).t 

Catharine Myres Metcalf (1162,4101) d. 

Lucy Eva Metcalf (1162,4102) res, Utica, N. Y. (141 Mary St.). 

Frank Metcalf (1162,4103) res. Mayfield, Ky.f 

Morris Metcalf (1162,4104) d. 

Theodore Metcalf (1162,4105) res. Washington, D. C. (Treasury 
Dept.).t 

Ellen Louisa Metcalf (1162,4106) res. Utica, N. Y. (128 Steuben St.).* 



202 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

Child of Francis Grant (/. pj) and Mary Woodruff. 

"Williain Francis Grant (1162,4220) res. Indianapolis, Ind.* 
CJiildren of Noah W. Grant {p. pj) and Sophia A. Brozun. 

Rosalinda Armenia Grant (1162,4230) b. Manchester, N. H., Nov. 
17, 1845; m. Holmes City, Minn., Mch. 28, 1868, John Moses [b. 
Indiana, Pa., Oct. 30, 1844; s. of John Moses and Mary Ann Pierce]; 
res. Battle Lake, Minn,+ 

Nellie Elizabeth Grant (1162,4231) b. Holyoke, Mass., Oct. 31, 1850; 
m. Chas. S. Canfield [b. Dec. 20, 1849; s. of D. Smith Canfield and 
Louisa Weymouth]; res. Minneapolis, Minn. (910 Third Av. S.).+ 

Martha Miranda Grant (1162,4232) b. New Haven, Dec. 22, 1856; 
m. Chicago, III, Apr. 9, 1885, Frank Herbert Libbey [b. Dover, N. 
H., Mch. 18, 1856; s. of Thos. Libbey and Abigail A. Drew]; res. 
C. (1559 Carroll Av.).+ 

CJiildren of MartJia Grant {p. pj) and John H. Smith. 

Sophia Persis Smith (1162,4240) b. Worcester, Mass., Oct. 17, 1847; 
m. Jan. 25, 1875, Parker McKenney [b. Georgetown, Me., July 8, 
1819; d. Dec. 29, 1897; s. of Brooks McKenney]; res. Bath, Me. 
(80 Green St.); mason. 

Flora Emma Smith (1162,4241) b. S. Hadley, Mass., Feb. 7, 1853; 
m. E. S. Linekin; res. Linekin, Me.f 

Children of Eunice F. Grant {p. pj ) and Leonard B. Harrington. 

Charles Francis Harrington (1162,4250) b. Winchendon, Mass., Mch. 
13, 1843; i^- Rochester, N. Y. , June 1870, Eliza Anna Davis [b. R., 

1847; dau. of Davis and Sarah Lake]; res. Lyndhurst, N. J. ; 

form. Brooklyn, N. Y., and R. ; bicycle manufacturer; at L. was 
freeholder and assemblyman. + 

George Levi Harrington (1162,4251) b. Winchendon, Mass., Nov. 
II, 1844; d. Minneapolis, Minn., Dec. 30, 1881; m. Colchester, Vt. , 
May 23, 1871, Mary Anna Rand [b. C, May 15, 1848; dau. of Alonzo 
Rand and Mary Bates]; res. C. and Marlboro, N. H.; physician; 
M. D. Univ. of Vt. 1870.+ 

Leonard B. Harrington (1162,4252) b. E. Alstead, N. H., Nov. 5, 
1846; d. Kingsland, N. J., Aug. 3, 1893; m. Alstead, N. H., Jan. 
25, 187 1, Carrie C. Freeman; res. Boston, Mass., Rochester, N. Y., 
and St. Louis, Mo. ; wid. res. K. ; real estate broker and dealer in 
builders' supplies. + 

Sarah Jane Harrington (1162,4253) b. E. Alstead, N. H., Nov. 6, 
1848; m. E. A., Nov. 16, 1886, Edgar Pembroke Fish [b. Charles- 
town, N. H., Jan. 31, 1842 ; s. of Jas. Fish and Nancy Maria Holmes]; 
res. E. A.; merchant and postmaster; she was S. S. supt. 1889-94, 
and is trustee of public library. 

William H. Harrington (1162,4254) b. E. Alstead, N. H.; res. Roch- 
ester, N. Y. (464 Plymouth Av.); with Eastman Kodak Co.f 

Nellie Anah Harrington (1162,4255) b. E. Alstead, N. H., June 13, 
1854; d. unm. E. A., Sep. 23, 1885; res. E. A. ; teacher and domes- 
tic; of rare loveliness of character. 



EIGHTH GENERATION. 203 

Children of William H. Grant {p. pj) and Eliza A. Brooks. 

Melzor Abdon Grant (1162,4280) b. Winchendon, Mass., July 21, 
1852; d. W., July 9, 1859. 

Evelyn Estelle Grant (1162,4281) b. Winchendon, Mass., Nov. 9, 
1858; d. W., Aug. 24, 1859. 

William Litchfield Grant (1162,4282) b. Winchendon, Mass., Feb. 26, 
1861; m. Paterson, N. J., June 24, 1891, Mary Catherine Pelham 
[b. Kingsland, N. J., May 11, 1867; dau. of Christian Pelham and 
Mary Hahne]; res. K. ; form. W., Bridgeport, and Westfield, Mass. ; 
shipping clerk and asst. supt. of the bicycle factory of McKee and 
Harrington, N. Y. C, since 1890; form, clothing salesman, mer- 
chant, and travelling salesman; clerk of Union Tp. , N. J.+ 

Annie Eliza Grant (1162,4283) b. Nov. 7, 1867; res. Winchendon, 
Mass.f 

CJiildren of Lewis F. Grant {p. pj) and Emma Waldorf. 

Frederick!. Grant (1162,4300) b. Litchfield, Feb. 2, 1841; d. in 
Civil War. 

Arthur Morley Grant (1162,4301) res. Winsted, proprietor of Hotel 
Central, f 

Thaddeus Grant (1162,4302) d. y. 

James Eugene Grant (1162,4303) b. Thomaston, Oct. 31, 1849; d. 
Brooklyn, N. Y. , Nov. 7, 1879; m. Nov. 9, 1870, Jeanette Maria 
Watrous [b. Chester, Nov. 25, 1843; dau. of Joseph Watrous and 
Betsy Maria Smith] ; clock manufacturer. + 

Ida Grant (1162,4304) b. a. 1852; d. Winsted, in i8th yr. 

Jennie Grant (1162,4305) b. a. i860; d. se a. 8 yrs. 

Harry Grant (1162,4306) d. y. 

CJiildren of Elihii Grant [p. gj). 
William Grant (1162,4310) res. Albany, N. Y. (49 Lawrence St.).f 
Eetta Grant (1162,4311) m. Geo. Bachman; res. Albany, N. Y. (59 
Westerlow St.).f 

Grant (1162,4312) (dau.), m. L. Haldy; res. in N. J. 

CJiildren of MartJia Grant [p. gf) and George W. BiirnJiam. 

Harriet Eliza Burnham (1162,4330) b. Union Mills, N. Y., Dec. 9, 
1845; m. Newburyport, Mass., Jan. 7, 1869, Warren Yonker; res. 
Mottville, N. Y.f 

Ellen Augusta Burnham (1162,4331) b. Vergennes, Vt., Dec. 9, 1850; 
m. Newburyport, Mass., Sep. 21, 1875, Elon Augustus Banning, who 

m. (2) , and res. Providence, R. I.+ 

CJiildren of Mary Grant [p. gf) and Edward S. Walker. 

Delavan Edward Walker (1162,4340) b. Dolgeville, N. Y., Nov. 17, 
1856; m. Worthington, Mass., June 28, 1887, Lizzie Grosvenor Hea- 
cock [b. Buffalo, N. Y., Oct. 12, 1862; d. Apr. 9, 1898; dau. of 
Grosvenor W. Heacock, D.D., and Nancy Rice Stone]; res. Ilion, 
N. Y. (Box 418); form. Mohawk, N. Y. ; physician; form, pharma- 
cist; A.B. Hamilton Coll., A.M. 1879; M.D. Univ. of Bulfalo 1882; 
pres. Y. M. C. A. ; chairman of board of trustees of Pres. ch.$+ 



204 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

Ida May Walker (1162,4341) b. Dolgeville, N. Y., Jan. 16, 1858; 
m. Mohawk, N. Y., July 22, 1880, Seth Grosvenor Heacock [b. Buf- 
falo, N. Y., Mch. I, 1857; s. of Grosvenor W. Heacock, D.D., and 
Nancy Rice Stone]; res. Ilion, N. Y. ; oil producer.$+ 

Flora Harriet Walker (1162,4342) b. Dolgeville, N. Y., Oct. 4, 
i860; res. Ilion, N. Y.$ 

CJiildren of John Grant [p. gf) and Jane L. Coivles. 

Edgar John Grant (1162,4350) b. Waterville, May 23, 1852; m. 
Woodbridge, Oct. 5, 1881, Emilie A. Lyon [b. Woodbridge, Oct. 3, 
1852; dau. of Dillegon Goodsell Lyon and Eliza A. Beach]; res. 
Waterbury; mechanic. 

Frank Stuart Grant (1162,4351) b. Waterville, Jiine 26, 1856; m. 
Litchfield, Aug. 27, 1884, Alma Louisa Hayward [b. Richmond, 111., 
Feb. 22, 1851; dau. of Asahel Hayward and Hannah Maria Strick- 
land]; res. Waterbury; form. Winsted; optician. + 

Charles Brockett Grant (1162,4352) b. Waterbury (Waterville), Sep. 
I, 1857; d. Dec. II, 1861. 

Child oj John E. Grant [p. g/f) and Elvira L. Smith. 

Emogene Abetena Grant (1162,4610) b. June 5, 1857 ; d. Nov. 5, 1859. 
Children of Joseph L. Grant {p. gf) and Maria Combs. 

Ahbie Ann Grant (1162,4620) b. Richford, Vt., June 8, 1862; m. 
Dec. 27, 1883, Benton Wilson, of R.'; res. R.f 

Seth Lavern Grant (1162,4621) b. Richford, Vt, June 14, 1864; m. 
(i) Lynn, Mass., Sep. 17, 1890, Mary Elizabeth Larrabee, of Yar- 
mouth, Me. [b. at sea, 1867; d. Medfield, Mass., Jan. 23, 1891; dau. 
of Isaiah Larrabee and Mary Lowe]; m. (2) Bradford, Me., Sep. 20, 
1893, Arlettie Smith [b. B., Nov. 16, 1862; dau. of Thos. Smith and 
Nancy Leighton]; res. Everett, Mass. (42 Florence St.); clerk in 
clothing store. + 

Henry Reuben Grant (1162,4622) b. Richford, Vt., Aug. 2, 1866; 
m. Yarmouth, Me., Nov. 6, 1890, Nellie Izetta Ward [b. Freeport, 
Me., Jan. 4, 1865; dau. of Daniel Stevens Ward and Ellen Jane 
Farr] ; res. Everett, Mass. ; caterer. 

Edwin Ernest Grant (1162,4623) b. E. Berkshire, Vt. , June 21, 1869; 
m. Richford, Vt., Jan. i, 1896, Amelia Jane Colcord [b. Berkshire, 
Vt., Dec. 29, 1877; dau. of Geo. Colcord and Martha Armstrong]; 
res. Sharon, Vt. ; pastor Cong. ch. ; grad. Bangor Theol. Sem. 1898. 

Howard Combs Grant (1162,4624) b.E. Berkshire, Vt., Dec. 19, 1861 
(187 1 ?); res. E. B. ; farmer. f 

Mary Cedelia Grant (1162,4625) b. E. Berkshire, Vt., Aug. 7, 1874; 
res. E. B.f 

Children of Lucy A. Grant {p. g^) and Joel W. Swan. 

Phineas B. Swan (1162,4640) res. Montgomery, Vt.f 

Anna C. Swan (1162,4641) b. Montgomery, Vt., Nov. 27, 1864; m. 
M., Oct. 8, 1 89 1, Wallace Byron Locklin [b. Fairfield, Vt., Dec. 21, 
1854; s. of David Locklin and Lydia Stearns] ; res. Richford, Vt. ; 
lawyer; ch. steward, S. S. supt. , school director; 2d Lieut. Co. M. 
ist Regt. Vt. N. G. 1890, ist Lieut. 1891-3.+ 



EIGHTH GENERATION. 205 

Hattie E. Swan (1162,4642) res. Montgomery, Vt.f 

Children of Amanda E. Grant {p. gf) and John H. Diuyer. 
Gertie Belle Dwyer (1162,4650) b. Mch. 19, 1867; d. Sep. 2, 1897 
(1867?). 
Lottie Belle Dwyer (1162,4651) b. June, 11, 1869. 
Ion Edric Dwyer (1162,4652) b. Dec. 11, 1870. 
Gertie Estella Dwyer (1162,4653) b. July 3, 1872. 
Willis Orr Dwyer (1162,4654) b. Dec. 25, 1873; d. Aug. 20, 1874. 
Ella Adele Dwyer (1162,4655) b. Mch. 2, 1878; d. Aug. 7, 1897. 
Oliver Melno Dwyer (1162,4656) b. May 30, 1884. 

Children of Fannie E. Grant {p. g/j) and Jas. C Baskins. 
Flora Lillian Baskins (1162,4670) b. Victoria, Tex., Mch. 31, 1875; 
res. Georgetown, Tex. 

James F. Baskins (ii62,467i)b. Feb. i, 1878; res. Silver City, Iowa. 

CIvAN F». 
Children of Alanson Grant (/. gs) and Mary A. W. Wilson. 
Sarah W. Grant (1163,4130) b. Lyme, N. H., Feb. 17, 1827; res. 
Danville, Ill.f 

Grant (2 sons and 2 daus. d. inf.). 

Allen Grant (1163,4135) b. College Hill, O., June 27, 1841; m. Cin- 
cinnati, O., Jan. I, 1863, Lizzie Evans; res. Danville, Ill.t + 
Children of Flavilla Grant [p. p5) and Jonathan F. Gilbert. 

Benjamin Franklin Gilbert (1163,4140) b. July 5, 1825; m. (i) Laura 
Piper, of Manchester, N, H. [b. 1824; d. Jan. 1891]; m. (2) Chicago, 
111., June 5, 1S94, Mrs. Mary A. Porter, of C. ; res. Lyme, N. H., 
on his father's farm ; farmer. + 

George Lewis Gilbert (1163,4141) b. Lyme, N. H., 1829; d. L., 
July 23, 1853. 

Mary Emeline Gilbert (1163,4142) b. Dec. 1832; d. Lyme, N. H., 
Sep. 13, 1834. 

Mary Frances Gilbert (1163,4143) b. Aug. 9 (29), 1836; m. 

Judy. 

John Wait Gilbert (1163,4144) b. Oct. 5, 1838; d. Mch. 11, 1863, 
while serving as Corp. Co. H. nth N. H. Vol. Regt. ; farmer. 

Harriet Ellen Gilbert (1163,4145) b. Oct. 4, 1842; m. Lyme, N. H., 
May 22, 1869, Wm. Bruce Piper [b. Dorchester, N. H., Nov. 25, 
1841; d. Somerville, Mass., Oct. 26, 1883; s. of Samuel Piper and 
Clarissa Clark]; res. Manchester, N. H. (15 Walnut St.); harness- 
maker. $+ 

Children of Josiah Grant (/. pj) and Sarah H. Hozvard. 

Edwin Howard Grant (1163,4150) b. College Hill, O., July 9, 1841; 
m. Rossville, 111., Jan. i, 1868, Irene S. Stewart [b. Greensburg, 
Ind., Aug. 29, 1846; dau. of Jacob Stewart and Rachel Hendricks]; 
res. Huron, S. D. ; form. R. ; Pres. S. S. missionary since 188S; 
form, druggist. + 

Laura Beecher Grant (1163,4151) b. College Hill, O., Dec. 25, 1843; 



206 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

m. Rossville, 111., Oct. 1874, Edward S. Baldwin, of Ithaca, N. Y. ; 
res. Columbus, 0.f + 

Frederick Elsworth Grant (1163,4152) b. College Hill, O., Jan. 14, 
1854; m. Huron, S. D., Nov. 9, 1895, Amy L. Hendrickson [b. nr. 
Center Pt., Iowa, Jiine 13, 1856; dau. of Samuel Hendrickson and 
Phoebe Brooks]; res. H. ; lawyer; county judge since 1894; U. S. 
commissioner since 1893. 

Children of Sidney S. Grant [p. p5) a?id Louisa Turner. 

Maria Churchill Grant (1163, 4160) b. Lyme, N. H., Sep. 29, 1838; 
m. L., Sep. II, 1862, Augustus Chapman Walker [b. Barnstead, N. 
H., June 9, 1833; s. of Joseph Alcott Walker and Abigail Murray]; 
res. Greenfield, Mass.; physician; A.B. Dartmouth Coll. 1862, A.M. 
1871; M.D. Harvard Univ. 1866; Asst. Surgeon 133d N. Y. Regt. 
1862-4, Surgeon i8th N. Y. Cav. 1864-5; on Board of Health; U. 
S. pension examiner since 1888; on Mass. State Board of Registra- 
tion. $+ 

Turner Smith Grant (1163,4161) b. Lyme, N. H., July 18, 1840; d. 
unm. Newport News, Va. , Mch. 6, 1863; res. L. ; served in Co. H. 
nth N. H. Vol. Regt. 

Caroline Louisa Grant (1163,4162) b. Lyme, N. H., Feb. 7, 1843; m. 
L., Sep. 10, 1879, Adna Chase [b. L., Dec. 12, 1837; s. of Moody 
Chase and Elmina Kendrick] ; res. L. ; farmer. $ 

Mary Emeline Grant (1163,4163) b. Lyme, N. H., Apr. 3, 1849; d. 
L., Oct. 10, 1885; m. Apr. 4, 1872, West H. Balch, of L. ; res. L. + 

David Alanson Grant (1163,4164) b. Lyme, N. H., Sep. 24, 1856; m. 
L., Nov. II, 1879, Phebe Whipple [b. L., Mch. 21, 1857; dau. of 
Simeon Rice Whipple and Lucy Dana Rugg]; res. L. ; farmer; owns 
the land on which stood the mill of his great-grandfather; member 
of school board, selectman, rep.; dea. , ch. treas.+ 

Children of Erastus Grant [p. ^5) and Abigail Dimick. 

Justus Grant (1163,5000) b. Lyme, N. H., Sep. 3, 1821; m. (i) Man- 
chester, N. H., Feb. 1849, Sabra (Underwood) Kenney [b. Jaffrey, 
N. H., June 15, 1815; d. Lockport, 111., Apr. 18, 1870; dau. of John 
Underwood and Rachel Cutter; wid. of Geo. W. Kenney]; m. (2) 
Seward, 111., July 13, 1872, Ann Eliza Westcott [b. Wickford, R. I., 
Nov. 12, 1831; d. Plainfield, 111., May 21, 1897; dau. of John West- 
cott and Lydia Yenant]; res. P.; form, in Mass., Cal., and Lock- 
port; at various times dealt in cattle, flour, and real estate. $+ 

George Emery Grant (1163,5001) b. Lyme, N. H., Oct. 28, 1823; m. 
San Francisco, Cal., Feb. 22, 1854, Ellen Louisa Dagett [b. Farming- 
ton, Me., May 9, 1833; dau. of Hiram Dagett and Eliza Burnham] ; 
res. Oakland, Cal. (1253 Third Av. E.); form. S. F. ; dairyman and 
merchant; trustee of Unitarian ch. + 

John Dimick Grant (1163,5002) b. Lyme, N. H. ; bp. July 2, 1826; 
d. L., Nov. 7, 1842, a; 16 yrs. 

Louise Grant (1163,5003) b. Lyme, N. H., Dec. 7, 1827; res. Wil- 
ton, N. H. ; form. Boston, Mass. ; for some time forewoman for G. 
W. Warren and Co., later part owner of that business. $ 



EIGHTH GENERATION. 207 

Erastus Corydon Grant (1163,5004) b. 1830; d. unm. Wilton, N. H., 
Dec. 4, 1894; res. in Cal. and Chicago, 111. ; manager of mercantile 
agency, cattle dealer, hotel keeper. 

Children of Erastus Grant {p. pj) and SauiantJia Jenks. 

Lucy Ellen Grant (1163,5005) b. Aug. 25, 1845; m- Oct. 20, 1879, 
Frederick Colony, of Keene, N. H.; res. Wilton, N. H.f + 

John Henry Grant (1163,5006) b. Hanover, N. H., Apr. 3, 1849; m. 
Laconia, N. H., Cina A. Pelton [b. Lyme, N. H. ; dau. of Josiah C. 
Pelton and Mary A. Roycroft]; res. Lyme; farmer. + 

Abbie Eler Grant (1163,5007) b. Aug. 20, 1849 (?); d. Nov. 3, 1890; 
m. 1878, Edward S. Dewey, of Boston, Mass. ; only dau. d. se a. i yr. 
CJiild of Mary Grant (/>. pj) and Asa Goodell. 

Frank Goodell (1163,5020) m. Hannah Eaton, of Wentworth, N. H. ; 
res. W.f 

CJiildren of Benjamin G. Thomas [p. p5) a7id ist wife. 

William Thomas (1163,5600) d. unm. 

Edith Thomas (1163,5601) d. unm. 

Marian Thomas (1163,5602) m. Brown; res. Park Place, O. ; chil.* 

Children of Benjamin G. Thomas [p. pj) and Sarah J. Briggs. 

Sidney Benjamin Thomas (1163,5603) b. Foster, Ky., Feb. 16, 1868; 
m. Cincinnati, O., Sep. 18, 1895, Florence Pearl Copeland [b. C, 
Jan. 24, 187 1 ; dau. of Henry Elwood Copeland and Martha Jane 
Demaree] ; res. W. Newton, Mass. (36 Regent St.); bookkeeper. $+ 

Daniel Bartlet Thomas (1163,5604) b. Foster, Ky., Feb. 19, 1873; 
d. s. p. Norwood, O., June 19, 1895; m. 

Children of Daniel B. Thomas [p. pj) and ist ivife. 

Bartlet Thomas (1163,5610) d. inf. 

Augustus Thomas (1163,5611) m. ; res. Dockland, O.f 

Child of Daniel B. Thomas [p. gj) and Hettie Biddle. 

Emma Thomas (1163,5612) res. Philadelphia, Pa. (Van'Pelt St.).f 
Children of David G. Thomas [p. pj) and Diana Taylor. 

Mary Isabel Thomas (1163,5620) b. Taylors Landing, Bracken Co., 
Ky., May 2, 1856; m. Cincinnati, O., Feb. 11, 1875, Chas. Austin 
Sanders [b. Norwood, Mass. ; s. of Austin Sanders and Lucy Met- 
calf] ; res. W. Newton, Mass. ; manager for Dennison Mfg. Co, at 
Boston, Mass; similar position at C. 26 yrs. ; dea. , elder, S. S. supt. 
and trustee of First Pres. Ch., Walnut Hills, C, 10 yrs., also organist 
and chorister; pres. Pres. S. S. Asso.; pres. Wholesale Jewellers 
Asso. ; treas. Associated Charities.$+ 

David Carroll Thomas (1163,5621) b. Taylors Landing, Bracken Co., 
Ky., Oct. 13, 1857; m. Newport, Ky., June i, 1881, Nettie C. Cum- 
mings; res. Norwood, O. ; merchant. f + 

Philip Matson Thomas (1163,5622) b. College Hill, O., Aug. 31, 1873. 

Ella G. Thomas (1163,5623) b. College Hill, O., June 7, 1875. 
Children of Hiram Thomas {p. pj) and {Mary Ellis f). 

Albert D. Thomas (1163,5630) m. Florence ; res. Indianapolis, 

Ind. ; treas. L. E. and W. R. R.t+ 



208 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

James or Jay Thomas (1163,5631) m. ; res. Eau Claire, Wis. ; chil.f 
Arthur Thomas (1163,5632) m. ; chil. 
"William Thomas (1163,5633). 

Children of Soj^lironia E. Thomas [p. ^5) and William F. Colbnrn. 

Ella Allen Colburn (1163,5640) b. Cincinnati, O., Mch. 29, 1847; m. 
Wyoming, O., Oct. 13, 1868, David H. Clarke [b. C. ; d. San Fran- 
cisco, Cal. ; s. of Peter Clarke and Margaret Henderson]; res. W.+ 

Lillian Colburn (1163,5641) d. inf. 

Charles Porter Colburn (1163,5642) b. Cincinnati, O., Feb. 10, 1851; 
m. Walsenburg, Col., May 11, 1873, Emma F. Fox [b. Fredonia, N. 
Y., Oct. 18, 1854; dau. of John Fox]; res. Louisville, Ky. (60x654); 
railroad accountant. + 

Henry Blanchard Colburn (1163,5643) m. Alice Bouche; res. N. Y. C. 
(132 W. 91st St.).f+ 

Children of Maria S. Grant {p. p6) and Philip L. Moen. 

Philip Washburn Moen (1163,5810) b. Worcester, Mass., Apr. 28, 
1857; m. Edinburgh, Scotland, June 4, 1890, Margaret Brown 
Struthers [b. Blackness, Linlithgowshire, Scotland, Feb. 14, 1864; 
dau. of Thos. Struthers and Elizabeth Leishman] ; res. W. (94 Grove 
St.); treas. and general manager of Washburn and Moen Mfg. Co. 
(iron, steel, and copper "wire, etc.); A.B. Yale Univ. 1878; Royal 
School of Mines in Stockholm, Sweden. $+ 

Sophie Moen (1163,5811) b. Worcester, Mass., Nov. 20, 1858; res. 
W. (104 Lincoln St.).$ 

Cornelia Moen (1163,5812) b. 1862; d. ae 10 mos. 

Alice Grant Moen (1163,5813) b. Worcester, Mass., Apr. 22, 1864; 
m. W., Feb. i, 1894, Arthur Edward Childs [b. Montreal, Canada; 
s. of Geo. Childs]; res. Boston, Mass.$+ 
Childrenof William C. Grant {p. p6) and Jane A. {Baker) McCallum. 

Charles Eugene Grant (1163,5820) b. Feb. 17, 1863; d. unm. Oct. 
I, 1895; res. Chicago, 111.; lawyer. 

Louis Moen Grant (1163,5821) b. Chicago, 111., Jan. 27, 1865; m. C, 
June 6, 1895, Besvsie Louise Blanchard Chase [b. C, Nov. 4, 1871; 
dau. of Horace G. Chase and Marian Sherwin] ; res. Chicago, 111. ; 
lawyer; Yale Univ. + 

Children of Benjamin Grant {p. p6) and Elizabeth A. Willey. 

William Ellsworth Grant (1163,5900) b. Mt. Vernon, O., Sep. 21, 
1862; res. M. v.; lawyer; Kenyon Coll. 

Ella Grant (1163,5901) b. Mt. Vernon, O., Oct. 29, 18154; res. M. V. 

Charles Herbert Grant (1163,5902) b. Mt. Vernon, O., Dec. 23, 1866; 
d. unm. M. V., Jan. i, 1898; res. M. V.; city editor of the M. V. 
Daily Republican; form, dealer in furnishing goods. 

Children of Martha A. Grant (/. g6) and George M. Bryant. 
Jessie Bryant (1163,5910). 

Flora Bryant (1163,5911) m. Tuttle. 

Carrie Bryant (1163,5912) m. Williman. 

Isaac Bryant (1163,5913), 



EIGHTH GENERATION. 209 

CLAN Q. 
CJiild of William Grant {p. pd) and Eli. "^a Higley. 
Cornelius George Grant (i 2 1 1,1 ooAo) b. Wapping; d. W., Sep. 25 
(27), 1853, ae 12 yrs. 10 mos. 

Children of Willis Grant {p. ^6) and Emily Belcher. 

William Curtis Grant (1211,1000) b. Wapping, Oct. 5 (6), 1821; d. 
W., Oct. 3 (Sep. 30), 1893; m. W,, May 5, 1856, Sarah Amelia Dun- 
ham [b. Mansfield, Apr. 23, 1845; dau. of Henry Dunham and Mary 
Ann Richardson]; res. W. ; teacher and farmer; constable; officer 
in militia. + 

Beersheba Grant (1211,1001) b. Wapping, June 1827 (1826); d. Oct. 
30, 1863; m. W., Nov. 25 (27), 1851, Henry Nettleton [b. Killing- 
worth, July 19, 1823; d. Manchester, Feb. 18, 1877; s. of Dr. Am- 
brose Nettleton and Talitha Rood; m. (2) ]; res. S. Windsor 

and M. ; merchant; capt. of militia. + 

Norman Owen Grant (1211,1002) b. Wapping, May 31, 1831 ; m. (i) 
W., July 22, 1855, Eliza Maria Dunham [b. Mansfield, July 22, 1839; 
dau. of Henry Dunham and Mary Ann Sophia Richardson; m. (2) 
S. Windsor, Apr. 12, 1866, John Wesley Clark, of Hartford]; divorced 
Mch. 1862; m. (2) H., Aug. 28, 1870, Ellen Josephine Mahoney [b. 
H., Aug. 29, 1855; dau. of Daniel Mahoney and Ellen Hennessey]; 
res. W. ; farmer; form, teacher. + 

Sidney Dean Grant (1211,1003) b. Wapping, Jan. 19, 1833; d. s. p. 
Baltimore, Md., Oct. 1889; m. (prob. Hartford), Jan. i, 1866, Celia 
A. Lawrence [b. Oct. 30, 1843; dau. of Martin C. Lawrence and 

Adeline Buell; prob. m. (2) ]; res. W., H., and B. ; wid. res. 

Bridgeport ; physician. 

Wilbur Fiske Grant (1211,1004) b. Wapping, Mch. 5, 1840; m. 
Hartford, Apr. 4, 1867, Estella Frances Johnson [b. Vernon, Apr. 
20, 1842 (1841) ; d. W. , Mch. 21,1875; dau. of Henry John Johnson 
and Frances Henrietta Norman]; res. W. ; farmer and butcher. + 

Helen Maria Grant (1211,1005) b. Wapping, July 22, 1847; m. (i) 
Almon N. Keeney [m. (i) Angenette R. Grant (1211,1046); m. (3) 

Waterbury, ]; divorced; m. (2) Manchester, Apr. 3, 1873, 

Frank E. Stevens [b. New Haven, June 21, 1852; s. of Alfred 
Stevens and Sarah Norton] ; res. W. ; form. M. ; Mr. S. is a tobacco 
grower and inspector; she is a music teacher. 

Children of Hiram Grant {p. g6 ) and Miriam Hosmer. 

Cornelia Grant (1211,1010) b. Hartford, July 30 (31), 1823; d. H., 
Mch. II, 1891; m. Wapping, Nov. 26, 1847 (1846), Geo. Brigham 
Johnson, of H. [b. Mansfield, July 30 (11), 1822; d. H., May (Apr.) 
II, 1896; s. of Wm. Johnson and Roxa Smith]; res. H. ; house 
painter. + 

Hiram Grant (1211,1011) b. Hartford, Nov. 13, 1825; d. Wapping, 
May 26, 1891; m. Norwalk, Sep. 8, 1864, Frances A. Gregory [b. N. 
Y. C, June 15, 1839; d. S. Manchester, Feb. 24, 1896; dau. of 

Frances Gregory and Nancy ]; res. H. ; rem. a. 1869 to W. ; 

farmer and cigar-maker; both deaf mutes. + 



210 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

Charlotte Sophia Grant (1211,1012) b. Wapping, Apr. 25, 1827; m. 
Wapping, Dec. 20, 1849 or 1850, Russell Thrall (1103,6211); res. 
Ellington. + 

Sheldon James Grant (1211,1013) b. Wapping, Nov. 13, 1829; m. 
Norwich, Apr. 16, 1867, Harriet Kimball Morgan [b. Lebanon, July 
28, 1840; dau. of Griswold Edwin Morgan and Eliza Jennette Sax- 
ton]; res. W. ; form. Rockford, 111., and Hartford; farmer; Sergt. 
Co. H. 12th Conn. Vol. Regt. 1861-3, Capt. Co. C. 99th U. S. Col. 
Troops 1863-5; town registrar many yrs., school visitor, rep.; trus- 
tee and steward of M. E. ch. many yrs.$+ 

CJiildren of Hiram Grant {p. g6) and Susan E. Williams. 

Ralph Hamilton Grant (1211,1014) b. Wapping, Mch. 21, 1833; d. 
unm. W., Nov. 27, 1864; res. W. ; farmer; a fine singer, as are most 
of this branch. 

Mary Emma Grant (1211,1015) b. Wapping, Nov. 20, 1834; m. W., 
Apr. 30, 1858, Carlos E. Pinney [b. Ellington, Sep. 1832; d. Glas- 
tonbury, Nov. 1883; s. of Lorin Pinney and Susan Blodget] ; res. 
G. ; form. E. ; farmer. $+ 

Ellen Maria Grant (1211,1016) b. Wapping, May 17, 1839; d. unm. 
W., 1887; res. W. 

Rozinah Beauree Grant (1211,1017) b. Wapping, Apr. 30, 1844; d. 
W., Jan. 13, 1893; m. Ellington (W.), Aug. 17 (23), 1865, Alva P. 
Thrall (1103,6235); res. E.+ 

Children of Electa Grant (/. gy) and Henry JoJinson. 

William Johnson (1211,1020) b. E. Windsor, Jan. 17, 1821; d. E. 
W., Jan. 17 (18), 1821. 

Henry Morgan Johnson (1211,1021) b. S. Windsor, Dec. 7, 1823; d. 
Manton, Mich., July 13, 1889. + 

Frank Grant Johnson (1211,1022) b. E. Windsor, Jan. 30, 1825; m. 
(i) Hempstead, N. Y., Oct. 30, 185 1, Mary Ann Bell [b. H., Jan. 
27, 1829; d. Brooklyn, N. Y., Feb. 2, 1864; dau. of Peter C. Bell 
and Rebecca Raynor] ; m. (2) H., Apr. 28, 1865, Elizabeth Anasta- 
tia Mathews [b. B., Apr. 16, 1839; d. Port Richmond, N. Y., Jan. 24, 
1869; dau.'of Wm. H. Mathews and Catherine Louisa McLaughlin] ; 
res. P. R. ; form. B. ; physician and author; patentee of more than 
100 inventions; grad. Wesleyan Univ. 1849, ^nd Castleton Med. 
Coll. 1851 ; pres. of board of trustees of Grace M. E. Ch. of P. R.$+ 

Waldo Morgan Johnson (1211,1023) b. E. Windsor, Dec. 7, 1826; 
m. N. Y. C, Oct. 24, 1 85 1, Jane Elizabeth Heath [b. Warehouse 
Pt. , Jan. 4, 1829; dau. of Wm. Henry Heath and Elizabeth Stock- 
bridge Bartlett]; res. Detroit, Mich. (189 W. Fort St.); form. Hart- 
ford; wholesale merchant. + 

Judson Johnson (1211,1024) b. E. Windsor, Sep. 18 (17), 1829; d. 
Manchester, Oct. 22, 1830. 

Judson Johnson (1211,1025) b. Manchester, Dec. 7 (2), 1831; d. M., 
Feb. 3, 1834. 

Jasper Johnson (1211,1026) b. Manchester, Nov. 8, 1833; d. M., 
Jan. 26, 1834. 



EIGHTH GENERATION. 211 

CJiildren of Marilda Grant [p. p/) and Horace Hosuier. 

Elizabeth Jane Hosmer (1211,1030) b. E.Windsor, Nov. 25, 1820; 
d. s. p. Maiden, Mass., June 29, 1841; m. S.Windsor, Moses Palmer 
[d. ; m. (2) ]; M. E. minister. 

George Hosmer (1211,1031) b. E. Windsor, Oct. 29, 1822; m. Sep. 
17, 1848, Harriet Parker [b. Wallingford ; d. New Haven, Apr. 26, 
1 891; dau. of Alfred Parker and Fanny Davidson]; res. N. H. (11 
Eld St.) ; carriage-maker. + 

Martha Newberry Hosmer (1211,1032) b. Windsor, Dec. 8, 1824; d. 
Mch. 22, 1895 (1894); m. (i) S. Windsor, Edward Lloyd; divorced; 
m. (2) Frank Thayer. + 

Arthur Hosmer (1211,1033) b. E. Windsor, Apr. 17, 1827; m. Mch. 
17, 1853, Charlotte Elmer [b. E. W., Sep. 21, 1828; dan. of Henry 
Elmer and Chloe Porter]; res. Hartford (54 Wadsworth St.); car- 
penter. 

Edward Hosmer (1211,1034) b. May 8, 1829; m, Elizabeth Hine, 
dau. of John Hine and Mary Smith; res. New Haven (113 Olive 
St.).t+ 

James Hosmer (1211,1035) b. S. Windsor, Dec. 27, 1834; m. New 
Haven, Apr. 2, 1857, Julia Bristol Hoyle [b. N. H., May 5, 1837; 
dau. of Wm. Rolfe Hoyle and Elvira Bristol]; res. Chicago, 111. (928 
W. Harrison St.) ; form. Galesburg, 111., and Elrod, S. D. ; watch- 
man; form, carriage-maker and farmer; Sergt. Co. D. 69th 111. Vol. 
Regt. ; supervisor; ch. clerk and trustee. + 

Charles Wesley Hosmer (1211,1036) b. E. Windsor, Nov. 17, 1836; 
m. New Haven, July 30, 186.0, Ellen Elizabeth Russell [b. Haddam, 
Nov. 22, 1840; dau. of Geo. Plumb Russell and Susan Crapo] ; res. 
N. H. (88 Wooster St.); carriage trimmer. $+ 

Children of Marvin Grant [p. gy) and Abigail Belcher. 

Eliza Ann Grant (1211,1040) b. Wapping, Jan. 2, 1826; m. W., 
May II (12), 1846, Caleb Henry Booth Smith, of W. [d. W., Jan. 15, 
1881 (1880), ae 65 ; s. of Dr. Smith] ; res. Manchester, farmer. + 

Willard Grant (1211,1041) b. Wapping, July 5, 1828; d. W. , Feb. 11 
(12), 1885; m. (i) S. Windsor, Dec. 18 (30), 1853, Elizabeth Louisa 
Clark [b. S. W. (E. Hartford), Aug. 17, 1824; d. W., Oct. 16, 1861; 
dau. of Henry (or Wm.) Clark and Lucy Hayes]; m. (2) W. , Feb. 
26, 1862, Emily Buckland [b. Manchester, Sep. 8, 1820; d. W., Dec. 
19, 1889 ; dau. of Amos Buckland and Mary Flint] ; res. W. ; farmer. + 

Esther Grant (1211,1042) b. Wapping, Jan. 6, 1830; m. (i) Rock- 
ville. May 5, 1852, Lucius Talcott, of Bolton [b. Manchester, Oct. 
15, 1826; d. nr. Brandy Station, Va., Mch. 10, 1864; s. of Gurdon 
Talcott and Asenath Fitch]; m. (2) M., Apr. 25, 1866, Royal Hills 
Brewer, of E. Hartford [b. Hockanum, Apr. 13, 1823; s. of Reuben 
Brewer and Eunice Hills]; res. H. ; Mr. T. was a teacher; served 
in Civil War; Mr. B. is a farmer. + 

Elmina Grant (1211,1043) b. E.. Windsor, June 14 (4), 1833; d. E. 
W., Sep. 22, 1834. 

Wealthy Adelia Grant (1211,1044) b. Wapping, May 23, 1836; m. 
(i) Manchester, Conn., July 3, 1853, John Marks, of N. Y. C, who 



212 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

was b. Manchester, Eng. ; m. (2) Burnside, 1886, Wm. Wagner 
Nelles [b. in Canada, 1822; d. N. Y. C, Apr. 29, 1894]; res. W. 
Hartford ; Mr. M. was a mill employee, Mr. N. a teacher of lan- 
guages; she is a nurse. * + 

Sarah Abigail Grant (1211,1045) b. Wapping, May 30, 1838; m. S. 
Manchester, Apr. 5, 1858, Virgil Corydon Carter [b. Barkhamsted, 
Dec, I, 1837 ; s. of Joseph Henry Carter and Nancy Taylor] ; res. M. ; 
wholesale flour, feed, and grain merchant. + 

Angenette R. Grant (1211,1046) b. Wapping, Apr. 2, 1841; d. July 
16 (14), 1861 (1864); m. Apr. 12 (Mch. 11), i860, Almon N. Keeney, 
of Bolton, whom. (2) Helen M. Grant (12 11, 1005); res. Manchester; 
machinist and farmer; served in Civil War; she was a very lovely 
woman. + 

Alzada R. Grant (1211,1047) b. Wapping, Apr. 5, 1844 (1843); m. 
(i) W. , Dec. 31, 1859, John Tryon; m. (2) Geo. DeReamer, of Syra- 
cuse, N. Y. ; res. Schenectady, N. Y. (Mott Terrace) ; Mr. D. is a 
sea captain. f+ 

CJiildren of Frank Grant {p. gf) and Electa E. McLean. 

Waldo Frank Grant (1211,1050) b. Wapping, Oct. 25, 1842; m. Wind- 
sorville, Jan. 1875, Emma Schouler, res. Wapping; farmer; as- 
sessor. f+ 

Jefferson Haskell Grant (1211,1051) b. Wapping, June 29, 1844; d. 
W., Oct. I, 1847. 

Lucius Judson Grant (1211,1052) b. Wapping, May 27, 1846; res. W. ; 
farmer; rep., selectman.! 

Martha Maria Grant (1211,1053) b. Wapping, Sep. 8, 1848; d. W., 
May 28, 1873; m. Albany, N. Y., Jan. 10, 1866, Norman Foster 
Stoughton [b. W., Jan. 28, 1840; s. of Edgar Stoughton and Sally 
Foster; m. (2) Hester J. Grant (1211,1054)].+ 

Hester Jane Grant (1211,1054) b. Wapping, Nov. 24, 1850; m. W., 
June I, 1874, Norman F. Stoughton, wid. of her sister Martha; res. 
Manchester; form. W. ; with firm of Jackson and Taylor, dealers in 
mantels and grates; form, engineer and carpenter; served in the ist 
Conn. Regt. 186 1-5, the first regt. to go to the front, sergt. ; ist se- 
lectman, rep., acting school visitor; S. S. supt.$+ 

Ada Frances Grant (1211,1055) b. Wapping, Aug. 8, 1852; d. (New 
Haven?), Feb. 21, 1895; m. (i) W., Apr. 17, 1872, Henry Clarence 
Hubbard [b. Glastonbury; s. of Sereno Hubbard; meat market]; 
divorced; m. (2) N. H., Walter Hawley [b. in N. Y. ; machinist]; 
res. Hartford and N. H.+ 

Ida Electa Grant (1211,1056) b. Wapping, Aug. 8, 1852; m. Hart- 
ford, Aug. 1871, Wm. F. Clark [b. in Vt. ; s. of Elbridge Clark; m. 
(2) H., ]; divorced; res. W.f + 

Elizabeth Mather Grant (1211,1057) b. Wapping, Mch. 12, 1856; d. 
W., Apr. 16, i860. 

Frank Truman Grant (1211,1058) b. Wapping. Sep. 30, 1858; res. 
Meriden ; employed in organ factory. 

Lily Grant (1211,1059) b. Wapping, Aug. 31, i86o; d. W., June 9, 
1861. 



EIGHTH GENERATION. 213 

Children of Roxey Grajit (/. gj) and Williavi Noble. 

Wilbur Noble (1211,1060) b. Hartford, Feb. 4, 1835; d. tinrn. N. Y. 
C, June 27, 1862; res. Pittsfield, Mass.; tinner; private in Co. A. 
20th Mass. Regt. in Civil War. 

Wealthy Rowena Noble (1211,1061) b. Brighton, Mich., July 6, 
1840; m. Pittsfield, Mass., Dec. 26, 1876, Dr. Wm. E. Edgerton, s. 
of Wm. S. Edgerton ; res. P. ; she has been sec'y and treas. of 
Woman's Foreign Miss. Soc. of the S. Cong. Ch. since 1889; pres. 
of Chautauqua Circle, treas. W. C. T. U.+ 

CJiildren of Randolph Grant {p. gj) and Nancy Grant [p. 75). 

Wesley Grant (1211,1070) b. Wapping, May 4, 1840; d. W., Sep. 
24, 1840. 

Grant (1211,1071) b. Wapping; d. W., July 8, 1842. 

Angelina Grant (1211,1072) b. Wapping, Sep. 14, 1843; d- W., 
Sep. 28, 1853. 

Christopher Louis Grant (1211,1073) b. S. Windsor, June 28, 1836; 
m. Hudson, Wis., Apr. 14, 1869, Mina Amanda Coburn [b. Brain- 
tree, Vt., Mch. 8, 1841; dau. of John May Coburn and Miranda 
Kenney]; res. St. Paul, Minn. (594 Canada St.) ; general solicitor for 
National Beef Co. ; alderman. + 

Roselle Eliza Grant (1211,1074) b. Wapping, Aug. 13, 1838; m. 
Manchester, Aug. 31, 1858, Parker Paine [b. Anson, Me., Aug. 28, 
1808; d. St. Paul, Minn., Aug. 17, 1875; s. of Rev. Wm. Paine and 
Permelia Parker; m. (i) Elizabeth Bosworth, of Norridgewock, 
Me.]; res. Spokane, Wash.; form. S. P.; banker. + 

Henry Trafton Grant (1211,1075) m. Hartford, Martha A. Rockwell; 
res. H. (223 Asylum St.); travelling salesman. f + 

Child of Lucius Grant [p. gf) and Mary Foster. 

Harriet L. Grant (1211,1080) b. Wapping, Apr. 21, 1843; m. W. , 
Feb. 28, 1869, Nathan Dwight Fitch [b. Tolland, Apr. 6, 1840; s. of 
Nathan Dwight Fitch and Clarissa Morey] ; res. Hartford (8 East 
St.); night porter with Brown, Thomson, and Co.+ 

Children of Pliahe Grant {p. gj) and Otis Buckminster. 

Grace Buckminster (i2ii,io8Bo) d. (Rockville ?), se a. 4 yrs. 

Jennie Buckminster (i2ii,io8Bi) m. Dr. ; res. Willington or 

Mansfield. 

Alice Buckminster (i2ii,io8B2) (twin), d. inf. 

Agnes Buckminster (i2ii,io8B3) (twin), d. inf. 

Child of Wealthy Grant {p. g8) and William S. Simmons. 

William Grant Simmons (1211,1090) b. Windsorville, July 29, 1850; 
m. Hartford, Aug. 29, 1870, Mary Elizabeth Lyman [b. H., June 9, 
1851 ; dau. of Geo. Worthington Lyman and Emeline Matilda Jordan] ; 
res. H.; boot and shoe merchant; Maj. Vet. City Guard Battalion 
1893; past master Lafayette Lodge F. and A. M. ; trustee Masonic 
Hall Asso., and S. Park M. E. Ch.+ 

Children of Tryphena Grant (/. g8) and William Goodivin. 

Maria Ann Goodwin (1211,1300) b. Windsor, Oct. 27, 181 3; d. Brook- 
field, Mass., Feb. 18, 1897; m. (i) Stephenson Co., 111., June 21, 



214 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

1840, Thos. Boon Baker [b. Bakers Corners, Tenn., Nov. 2, 1811; d. 
McConnells Grove, 111., Oct. 31, 1852; s. of Daniel Baker]; m. (2) 
M. G., Apr. 14, 1854, David Spurlock, who d. in Kan., May 7, 1862; 
res. M. G., Linn Co., Kan., and Tecumseh, Neb.; rem. 1862-5 to 
Chicopee, Mass., and bef. 1891 to B. ; Mr. B. was a farmer and mer- 
chant, Mr. S. a farmer and wagon-maker. + 

Mary Adeline Goodwin (1211,1301) b. Hartford, May 26, 1816; d. 
Brookfield, Mass., June 25, 1896; m. Chicopee Falls, Mass., Dec. 10, 
1835, Ransom Shepard, M.D., of Wilbraham, Mass. [b. Sturbridge, 
Mass., May 5, 1812; d. B., Jan. 10, 1893; s. of Jacob Shepard 
and Alice Simons]; res. Stephenson Co., 111., 10 yrs. , and Chicopee, 
Mass., 24 yrs. ; rem. bef. 1891 to B. ; physician. + 

Asher William Goodwin (1211,1302) b. July 6, 1818; supposed to 
have been lost at sea a. 1840; sailor. 

Tryphena Goodwin (1211,1303) b. Nov. 28, 1820; d. Aug. 30, 1835. 

"William Goodwin (1211,1304) b. May 29, 1824; d. Sep. 7, 1824. 

Child of Sanmel R. Grant [p. g8) and Elizabeth Webster. 

Daniel Webster Grant (1211,1310) b. E. Windsor, Jan. 7, 1822; m. 
Hartsgrove, O., Mch. 7, 1844, Mary Clark [b. Mead, Craw. Co., Pa., 
Oct. 6, 1823; dau. of Isaiah Clark and Charlotte Morse]; res. Geneva, 
O. ; form. H. ; farmer. + 

Children of Elizabeth Grant {p. pS) and Edmund C. Geer. 

Edmund Geer (1211,1320) b. Hebron; d. Wapping, a. 1880; m. Mary 
Sugden (Henrietta Hall); res. W. + 

Hannah Minerva Geer (1211,1321) b. Gilead, Mch. 28, 1819; m. G., 

Dec. 25, 18 — , David Wm. Ticknor, of G. [b. Columbia, May 4, ; 

d. G. , Apr. 4, 18 — ; s. of Isaac Ticknor and Hannah Thomas]; res. 
Manchester; form. G. ; blacksmith. f + 

Harriet Jerusha Geer (1211,1322) b. Gilead, Apr. 6, 1823; m. Hart- 
ford, May 25, 1853, Geo. Washington Sparks [b. Vernon, Apr. 6, 
1826; d. v., July 26, 1885; s. of Wm. Sparks and Lucy Parker]; 
res. Talcottville; form. V.; farmer. + 

Emily Geer (1211,1323) d. se 17 yrs. 

Frances Elisabeth Geer (1211,1324) b. Hebron, Aug. 23, 1828; d. 
Hartford, Nov. 2, 1882; m. (i) Edwin Pease, of H., who d. H. ; m. 
(2) May 15, 1867, Shaylor Fitch Burnham [b. July i, 1813; d. H. ; s. 
of Calvin Burnham and Mary Ford; m. (i) June i, 1837, Elizabeth 
T. Roberts (b. Oct. 26, 181 1; d. Mch. 22, 1858; dau. of Lem. Rob- 
erts)]. + 

Charles Gilbert Geer (1211,1325) b. Gilead, Nov. 28, 1830; d. Hart- 
ford, June 19, 1875; ™- Bloomfield, Feb. 8, 1859, Harriet Gorton [b. 
B., Feb. 17, 1841; dau. of Geo. Wm. Gorton and Mary Chapman]; 
res. H. ; of firm of Geer and Pond, booksellers and stationers. + 

Esther Geer (1211,1326) b. Hebron; d. in Cal. ; m. (i) Stacy, 

of Warehouse Pt. or Windsor Locks; divorced; m. (2) A. H. Gates, 
of Cal. ; wid. res. Lincoln, Cal. + 

Olive C. Geer (1211,1327) b. Hebron; m. Alpheus J. Lyman; res. 
Easthampton, Mass.f+ 



EIGHTH GENERATION. 215 

Children of LiitJicr Grant [p. g8) and HuldaJi Hamilton. 

Luther Hamilton Grant (1211,1330) b. S. Coventry, Sep. 15, 1827; 
d. Broad Brook, 1897; m. (i) Ellington, Eliza Moody, of B. B. [b. 
E. ; d. (B. B. ?)]; m. (2) Melrose (B. B.), Oct. 2, i860, Ann Eliza 
Allen, of B. B. [b. M., Feb. 24, 1836; dau. of Winthrop Allen and 
Delina Gowdy] ; res. Bath, N. H., and B. B., where he was rep. 
1887-8; farmer. + 

Frances Elisabeth Grant (1211,1331) d. Arkansas Post, Ark., Dec. 

1884; m. Wilson; res. in 111. and A. P. ; wid. rem. to Leslie 

Center, Ark. + 

lanthe Isadore Grant (1211,1332) b. E. Windsor, 1836; m. (i) Chas. 
Henry Young; m. (2) Lasalle Co., 111., Caleb Balch Young [b. Lan- 
daff, N. H., 1836; s. of Chas. Pinkney Young and Sibyl Gordon]; 
res. Roberts, 111. ; form. Rantoul, III, and Sullivan, I11.+ 

Levi Cadwell Grant (1211,1333) b. E. Windsor, July 2, 1837; m. 
Columbia, Mch. 16, 1857, Mary Elizabeth Bascom [b. C, Sep. 28, 
1834; dau. of Gerard Abell Bascom and Eunice Brown]; res. Tal- 
cottville; farmer. + 

Rosetine Grant (1211,1334) b. S. Landaff, N. H., Feb. 4, 1847; m. 
(i) (as 2d w.) Bradford, Vt., Oct. i, 1872, Henry Kimble Hall [b. 
E. Landaff, N. H., Aug. 16, 1826; d. S. Corinth, Vt, Oct. 3, 1895; 
s. of Ezekiel Hall]; m. (2) May i, 1897, C. A. Cutter; res. Orford, 
N. H.4- 

Charles Marathene Grant (1211,1335) b. S. Landaff, N. H., Feb. 4, 
1848; m. Winchester, Mass., Oct. 25, 1871, Viola Montracy Eastman 
[b. Danbury, N. H., Mch. 20, 1848; dau. of Isaac Randall Eastman 
and Ellen Saunders] ; res. Reading, Mass. ; form. Stoneham, Mass. ; 
baggage master with B. and M. R. R. ; private in Co. C. 3d N. H. 
Vol. Regt. 1863-5. + 

Children of Hannah Grant [p. ^8) and Joseph Rockwell. 

Mary Ann Rockwell (1211,1340) b. S. Windsor, Oct. 23, 1820; m. 
S. W., Feb. 12, 1843, Geo. Fox Belding [b. Windham, May 12, 1820; 
d. S. W., Apr. 24, 1893; s. of John Belding and Sally Cook]; res. 
Vintons Mills; farmer. $+ 

Emily S. Rockwell (1211,1341) b. S. Windsor, June 20, 1830; m. 
Apr. 7, 1850, Francis Lafayette Jones, who was b. S. W. , Sep, 4, 
1824; res. S. W.f 

Children of Harriet Grant {p. gS) and Hiram Buckland. 

Solomon Sylvester Buckland (1211,1350) b. Windsor, May 25, 1828; 
m. Scotland, Conn., Sep. 6, 1854, Charlotte Lois Burnham, of S. [b. 
Windham, May 10, 1833; ^^u. of Marcus Burnham and Achsah 
Holt]; res. S. ; farmer.$ + 

John William Buckland (1211,1351) b. Windsor, May 26, 1830; m. 
(i) Hartford, Apr. 1865, Elizabeth Hackett [b. in Vt. ; d. N. Y. C.]; 
m. (2) Seneca Falls, N. Y., Sep. 4, 1873, Susan Keziah Clark [b. 
Junius, N. Y., Nov. 11, 1833; d. Greenville, Mich., Oct. 8, 1883]; m. 
(3) N. Y. C, June 1887, Emily Baldwin, who d. Caldwell, N. J., 
Jan. 27, 1888; res. Great Bend, Kan.; clerk. 



216 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

Andrew Jackson Buckland (1211,1352) b. Windsor, Nov. 12, 1833; m. 
(i) BufEalo, N. Y., Jan. 15, 1857, Julia Ann Turner [b. B., Apr. 15, 
1836; d. B., Nov. 25, 1869; dau. of Chester Parsons Turner and Caro- 
line Lum]; m, (2) Great Bend, Kan., July i, 1877, Annette Dodge 
[b. Kenosha, Wis., July 14, 1854; dau. of Warren Dodge and Sophia 
Bryant]; res. G. B. ; form. B. ; real estate; in B. was supervisor, in 
G. B. city clerk, councilman, J. P. 1876-86, member of school board 
since 1881, mayor. + 

Mary Adeline Buckland (1211,1353) b. Windsor, Nov. 12, 1835; d. 
unm. Apr. 4, 1898; res. W. ; milliner. 

Elizabeth Buckland (1211,1354) b. Windsor, Oct. 25, 1837; d. Water- 
bury, Dec. 6, 1873; m. Windsor, Oct. 20 (25), 1866, Andrew J. Barn- 
ard, s. of Wm. Barnard; res. Waterbury; she taught in Hartford 10 
yrs. bef. m. + 

George Washington Buckland (1211,1355) b. Windsor, Jan. 4, 1840; 
m. Buffalo, N. Y., Apr. 23, 1867, Frances Mary Potter, of Oberlin, 
O. [b. Seneca Falls, N. Y., Oct. 10, 1841; d. Great Bend, Kan., Jan. 
II, 1897; dau. of Tabor Potter and Mary S. Lum]; res. G. B. ; coal 
merchant; served in N. Y. militia 1861-5.+ 

Albert Buckland (1211,1356) b. Windsor, Apr. 6, 1843; d. W., May 
21 (20), 1893; m. W., Apr. 6, 1879, Elizabeth Steele, who was b. 
Wethersfield, Apr. 10, 1856; res. Windsor.+ 

Julia Ann Buckland (1211,1357) b. Windsor, Feb. 15, 1845; m. W., 
Oct. 19, 1864, Wm. Horace Filley [b. W., Aug. 28, 1843; s. of Hor- 
ace Hayden Filley and Irene Kingsbury Francis]; res. W. ; farmer 
and dealer in leaf tobacco; rep. ; town treas. several yrs.$+ 

Children of Sylvester Grant {p. ^8) and Clarissa Norris. 

Lucy Cornelia Grant (1211,1360) b. Hartsgrove, O., Mch. i, 1833; 
m. H., Mch. 31, 1853, Wm. Nelson Woodworth [b. New Lyme, O., 
Oct. 30, 1829; s. of John Woodworth and Esther Velie] ; res. Fergus 
Falls, Minn.; form. Northfield, Minn.; farmer; form, harness- 
maker. + 

Emily Laura Grant (1211,1361) b. Hartsgrove, O., Feb. 15, 1835; d. 
s. p. May 6, 1855; m. H., Nov. 24, 1852, Warren Loomis, who d. 
Mch. 14, 1856; farmer. 

Cornelius Norris Grant (1211,1362) b. Hartsgrove, O., Nov. 22, 
1836 (1837); d. Cleveland, O., July 29, 1876; m. (i) Warren, O., 
Oct. 19, 1859, Julia Lillian Wilson [b. W., Mch. 22, 1837; d. C, Dec. 

5, 1874; dau. of Wilson and Nancy Welty]; m. (2) W., June 

2, 1875, Libbie H. Pryor; wid. res. C. (11 Franklin Court); pastor 
of M. E. churches at Chardon, O., Talmage, O., Hudson, O., Win- 
dom, O., and Cleveland (Euclid Av. , First, Scoville Av. , Franklin 
Av. , and Woodland Av.).+ 

Harriet Louisa Grant (1211,1363) b. Windsor, O., July 8, 1842; d. 
Hartsgrove, O., Nov. 9, 1861. 

Children of Mary A. Grant (/. g8) a)id /oh)i IV. Colioon. 

Edgar William Cohoon (1211,1370) b. E. Windsor Hill, Jan. 20, 1831; 
m. Rockville, Nov. 5, 1859, Fannie Burke [b. Paisley, Scotland, Mch. 



EIGHTH GENERATION. 217 

4, 1838; dau. of Jas. Percey Maxwell Burke and Fannie Graham] ; 
res. Bristol (57 Stewart St.); form. Windsor Locks; wool sorter. + 

Julia Cohoon (1211,1371) m. Rockville, John Weaver; res. Chicago, 
111.* 

Charles Cohoon (1211,1372) d. se 3 yrs. 

Frederick Cohoon (1211,1373) d. Chicago, 111. ; m. Broad Brook, Ro- 
sanna Dunn, of B. B. ; res. C. 

Charles Cohoon (1211,1374) res. Chicago, 111.* 

Mary Jane Cohoon (1211,1375) m. (r) Wm. Grey; m. (2) Rockville, 
1862, Austin Edgerton ; see (1103,6500); m. (3) John L. (Horatio) 
Hastings; res. Framingham, Mass.; form. R. and Chicago, 111. 

Harriet Cohoon (1211,1376) m. Chicago, 111., Chas. Bigelow, of C; 
res. C* 

Elizabeth E. Cohoon (1211,1377) ^- Rockville, Philip Coray, who d. 
1898; res. Walpole, Mass.f 

Martha Ann Cohoon (1211,1378) b. Broad Brook, Oct. 3, 1848; m. 
Chicago, 111., Dec. 31, 1868, Morris Kirkpatrick [b. Lansingburg, 
N. Y, ; s. of Andrew Kirkpatrick and Jane Wilson]; res. C. (7412 
Parnell Av.).+ 

Children of Nancy A. Grant {p. pp) and Joseph Slieldon. 
Dwight Sheldon (i2ii,i37Bo) d. in army in Civil War. 
Frank Sheldon (i2ii,i37Bi) res. nr. Chicago, 111.; chil. 
Edward Sheldon (i2ii,i37B2) res. nr. Chicago, 111.; chil. 
Augusta Sheldon (1211,13763) d. y. Hartford. 

Children of Louisa Grant {p. pg) and Moses B. Sargent. 
Moses Belknap Sargent (1211,1380) b. Chicopee (Springfield), Mass., 
Aug. 31, 1836; d. Bethel, Vt., Nov. 18, 1870; m. Randolph, Vt., 
Nov. 28, 1866, Tamison Caroline Woodworth [b. E. Bethel, Vt., 
Apr. 22, 1842; dau. of Jas. Madison Woodworth and Caroline Dut- 
ton; m.' (2) B.', June 23, 1877, Benj. Colimer Harlow (b. R., Jan. 21, 
1847; s. of Wm. Harlow and Louisa Smith)]; res. B. ; farmer, mer- 
chant, and carpenter. + 

Josephine Maria Sargent (1211,1381) b. Springfield, Mass., Mch. 29, 
1838; d. S., May 25, 1838. 

Josephine Louisa Sargent (1211,1382) b. Sprmgfield, Mass., July 29, 
1839; m. Stockbridge, Vt, July 13, 1859, Julius Wilson [b. Bethel, 
Vt., May 30, 1830; d. B., Apr. 19, 1895; s. of Hiram Wilson and 
Arispa NefE] ; res. B. ; farmer. + 

Joseph Grant Sargent (1211,1383) b. Bethel, Vt. (Littleton, N. H.), 
Aug. 6, 1841; m. Rochester, Vt., June 13, 1876, Maria Frances 
Messer, of R. ; res. B.fH- 

Ann Sargent (1211,1384) b. Bethel, Vt, June 27, 1844; res. B., 
form. Boston, Mass. ; clerk. $ 

Abraham Sylvester Sargent (1211,1385) b. Bethel, Vt., Oct. (Nov.) 
9, 1853; d. unm. Springfield, Mass., Nov. 27, 1875. 

Children of Jane Grant (/. pp) and Charles Yerrington. 
Rosalia Jane Yerrington (1211,1390) b. Vernon, July 25, 1841; d. 
Hartford, Nov. 2, 188S; m. H., Oct 17, 1861, Lucius Clapp Trask 



218 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

[b. Clappville, Mass., Jan. 8, 1833; s. of Jonathan Trask and Olive 
Adams]; res. H.; blacksmith and carriage-maker. + 

Henry Charles Yerrington (1211,1391) b. Hartford, Sep. i, 1844; m. 

H., Jan. 8, 1874, Sarah Jane Boardman [b. H., July 22, 185 1; dau. 

of Charles Holtom Boardman and Nancy Maria Holmes]; res. H. 

(1463 Broad St.) ; machinist in shops of N. Y., N. H. and H. R. R.+ 

Children of Bacchus Grant [p. g(f) and Mary C. White. 

Mabel Electa Grant (1211,1600) b. Windsor, O., Feb. 12, 1823; d. 
W., Jan. I, 1864 (1865); m. W., Apr. 16 (15), 1841 (1840), Eli 
Knapp [b. Schoharie (Summit), N. Y., Jan. i, 1815; d. Mountain 
House, Cal., Jan. 28, 1894; s. of Moses Knapp, Jr., and Laura (or 
Lorana) Elliott] ; res. W. ; farmer, teacher, shoemaker, cattle dealer, 
and miner. + 

Hiram Grant (1211,1601) b. Windsor, O., Oct. 5, 1824; d. W., Oct. 
27, 1824. 

Wareham Grant (1211,1602) b. Windsor, O., Oct. 5, 1824; d. W., 
Nov. 3, 1824. 

Mary Jane Grant (1211,1603) b. Windsor, O., Feb. 3, 1839; m. W., 
Feb. 18, 1855, Jas. Alonzo Alexander [b. Hartsgrove, O., Sep. 13, 
1834; s. of Wm. Alexander and Polly M. Brown]; res. W. ; farmer; 
Corp. Co. K. 29th Regt. O. V. I.+ 

Wesley Jolin Grant (1211,1604) b. Windsor, O., Sep. 30, 1844; d. 
W., May II, 1876; m. Cardington, O., Oct. 18, 1865, Mildred Sa- 
mantha Payne [b. C, Aug. 6, 1846; dau. of EdlDcrt Payne and Mary 

]; res. Windsor, O. ; wid. rem. to Cleveland, O. (9Marcy St.); 

farmer, quarryman, and speculator; enlisted in 1861, served 4 mos., 
taken prisoner and paroled. + 

Children of Lanra L. Grant {p. gg) and David A. Bacon. 

Laura Florilla Bacon (1211,1610) b. Hartsgrove, O., Oct. 30, 1831; 
d. H., Jan. 18, 1832. 

Clorinda Austin Bacon (1211,1611) b. Hartsgrove, O., Sep. 11, 1833; 
d. Shakopee, Minn., Jan. i, 1862; m. H., Dec 23, 1854, Erlend 
Morgan [b. Windsor, O., May 14, 1832; s. of Hiram Morgan and 
Rosamond Tinan] ; wid. res. H.+ 

Clarissa Ann Bacon (1211,1612) b. Hartsgrove, O., July 8, 1835; m. 
Middlefield, O., Jan. i, 1852, John Andrew Bower [b. Little York, 
Pa., July 25, 1828; d. Austin, Minn., July 20, 1890; s. of David 
Bower and Hannah Bower]; res. A. (407 Ash St.).$+ 

Charlotte Alderman Bacon (1211,1613) b. Hartsgrove, O., Feb. 9, 
1837; res. Madison, O. ; nurse in W. R. C. Home. 

Laura Elizabeth Bacon (1211,1614) b. Hartsgrove, O., Sep. 30, 1840 
(1838?); m. Middlefield, O., June 30, 1867, Thos. Willman Jackson 
[b. Thompson, O., Feb. 15, 1845; s. of Willman Jackson and Mary 
Pactric] ; res. Geneva, O. ; she is a nurse. + 

David Augustus Bacon (1211,1615) b. Hartsgrove, O., May 30, 1840 
(1841); d. H., Mch. 22, 1845. 

Augustus Herman Bacon (1211,1616) b. Hartsgrove, O., Mch. 30 (31), 
1845 (1844); m. H., Apr. 14, 1867, Victoria Leslie; res. Footville, 
O. ; travelling salesman. | + 



EIGHTH GENERATION. 219 

Children of Otis Grant (/. gg) and Sarah Carlton. 

Sylvester Grant (1211,1620) b. June 29, 1826; d, Ashtabula Co., O., 
June I, 1828. 

Sylvester Grant (1211,1621) b. Ashtabula Co. , O., Mch. 21, 1828; 
m. Trumbull, O., Nov. 7, 1848, Antoinette Foot [b. A. Co., Aug. i, 
1831; dau. of Julius Foot and Mary Louisa Hoyt]; res. Bennington, 
Kan.; form. Windsor, O. ; carpenter; served in Civil War 3 yrs. 8 
mos. , 15 mos. a prisoner. + 

Julia Grant (i2ii,i62iA) b. Dec. 29 (24), 1829; d. Ashtabula Co., 
O., Sep. 16 (15), 1833. 

"Warham Darius Grant (121 i,i62iB) b. Hartsgrove, O., Jan. 14, 1832; 
d. unm. Ashtabula Co., O., a. 1866. 

Julia Grant (12 1 1,162 iC) b. Nov. 8, 1833; d. Ashtabula Co. , O., 
Mch. I (4), 1850 (1851); m. a. week bef. d., — — Chapman. 

Laura A. Grant (1211,1622) b. Hartsgrove, O., Oct. 15, 1836; d. 
Windsor, O., Mch. 13, 1895; m. W., July 4, 1861, Arvin A. Olin [b. 
Orangeville, N. Y., Jan. 15, 1835; s. of Ezra Olin and Lucy Barn- 
ard] ; wid. res. W. ; travelling salesman and farmer. + 

Sarah Ellen Grant (1211,1623) b. nr. Hartsgrove, O., Nov. 8, 1838; 
m. Eagleville, O., Dec. 31, 1854, Addison Crissey Beach [b. Austin- 
burg, O., Oct. 21, 1834; s. of Heman Beach and Mary Crissey]; res. 
Weeping Water, Neb. ; form, in O. and Mich. ; farmer and carpen- 
ter.$ + 

Louisa Mabel Grant (1211,1624) b. Sep. 26, 1841; d. Ashtabula Co., 
O., Feb. I, 1865; m. Trum.bull, O., Samuel Gifford Hammond; 
res. T. + 

Winthr op H. Grant (1211,1625) (bp. Winthrop Otis), b. Footville, 
O., June 3, 1843 (1845); killed in battle. May 8, 1864; served in Co. 
A. 29th Regt. O. V. L 

Harriet M. Grant (1211,1626) b. Trumbull, O., Mch. 15, 1846; d. 
Windsor, O., June 17 (18), 1897; m. Weeping Water, Neb., Jerry 
Holderman; res. W. + 

Martha Victoria Grant (1211,1627) b. Trumbull, O., May 19, 1848; 
m. T., Mch. 15, 1870, Wm. Riley Harper [b. Harpersfield, O., Apr. 
9, 1845; s. of Robt. Harper and Emily Chapman] ; res. Burton, O. ; 
form. Windsor, 0.$+ 

Eugene Merrill Grant (1211,1628) b. Trumbull, O., June 22, 1851; 
m. St. Louis, Mich., Jan. 30, 1875, Laura Helen Holbrook [b. Grass 
Lake, Mich., Mch. 31, 1852; dau. of Chas. Holbrook and Eleanor 
Nichols] ; res. Leroy, O. (Painesville P. O.) ; form. Windsor, O. ; huck- 
ster; form, farmer and lumberman; town clerk, county commis- 
sioner; ch. trustee. + 

Evora May Grant (1211,1629) b. Footville, O., Feb. 15, 1857; m. 
Windsor, O., Apr. 16, 1874, Lemuel Wintersteen [b. S. Thompson, 
O., Dec. 15, 1850; s. of Jas. Wintersteen and Sallie Roth] ; res. 
Westlake, Col.; form, in Neb.; ranchman. + 

Children of Orson Grant {p. pp) and Zeruiah Hart. 

Hiram Bacchus Grant (1211,1650) b. Windsor, O., Mch. 27, 1832; 
d. Cairo, III, Dec. 22, 1895; m. Footville, O., Aug. 25, 1861, Linthia 



220 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

Eleanor Powers [b. Bedford, O., June 24, 1841; dau. of Stephen 
Comstock Powers and Charlotte Belding] ; res. F. ; rem. 1868 to 
Cleveland, O., in 1873 to Norwalk, O., and in 1888 to Buckeye, Mo., 
which he founded and named; wid. rem. 1897 to Willoughby, O. ; 
manufacturer of shoe pegs until 1868, wholesale notion merchant 
1868-88, hardware merchant 1868-73, dealer in dry goods and 
groceries 1873-88; 1890-5 was pres. and manager of Grant Lumber 
Co. , manufacturers of hardwood lumber, hoops, and wagon, furni- 
ture, and building material; building contractor; operated large 
farms; member of M. E. ch. ; an energetic, courageous and up- 
right business man; she was director of Grant Lumber Co. 1890-7. + 

Hurlburt Grant (1211,1651) b. Sep. 3, 1834 (1835); m. (i) July 4, 
1861, Minerva Wright; m. (2) Mrs. Sarah Hosier; m. (3) Mrs. 
Amelia Haffly, of Ashtabula, O., who d. Cleveland, O., 1897; m. (4) 
Apr. 1897, ; res. Geneva, 0.t+ 

Lucy R. Grant (1211,1652) b. Windsor, O., July 13, 1836 (1838); d. 
Warrensville, O., Aug. 7, 1863; m. Painesville, O., Sep. 20, 1857, 
Alonzo Gleason [b. Warrensville, Aug. 8, 1831 ; s. of Ephraim Glea- 
son and Jerusha Benjamin]; res. Trumbull, O. ; wid. res. Wayland, 
Mich.; mason; village marshal several yrs. + 

Cornelia Grant (1211,1653) b. Chicago, 111., Aug. 16, 1842 (1843); 
d. Warrensville, O., Feb. 22, 1863 (i860). 

Lewis C.Grant (1211,1654) b. Trumbull, O., May 16, 1846; m. (i) 
T., Dec. 25, 1866, Tinnie M. Rich [b. T., Oct. 19, 1850; d. Canan- 
daigua, N. Y., Dec. 23, 1886; dau. of Horatio G. Rich and Mary 
Dodge]; m. (2) Willoughby, O., Jime 14, 1888, Lena Fowles [b. 
Kirtland, O., Mch. 27, 1863; dau. of Samuel Fowles and Eliza Cap- 
per]; res W. ; form. Cleveland, O., and Lansing, Mich.; manufac- 
turer of woven wire fence since 1894; hardware merchant 20 yrs. ; 
ch. steward and exhorter. + 

Newton Grant (1211,1655) b. Grantville, O., Aug. 12, 1849; d. unm. 
Trumbull, O., Dec. 16, 187 1. 

Orra Ellen Grant (1211,1656) b. Grantville, O., Apr. 25, 1852; m. 
Cleveland, O., Apr. 8, 1874, Robt. Victor Murray [b. Ballard vale, 
Mass., Feb. 8, 1844; s. of Walter Murray and Christine Morrison]; 
res. C. (148 Murray Hill Av.) ; artist and illustrator; sec'y and mem- 
ber of council of Swedenborgian Ch. of C. + 

Emory H. Grant (1211,1657) b. Trumbull, O., Jan. 29, 1854 (1858); 
d. unm. Norwalk, O., May 26, 1878; res. N. ; salesman. 

Children of PJiilander Grant {p. gg) and RacJicl Eaton. 

Amos E. Grant (1211,1680) b. Mch. 12, 1838; d. Middlefield, O., 

July 14(7), 1883. + 

Almira Rachel Grant (1211,1681) b. Hartsgrove, O., Sept. 12, 1840; 
m. Middlefield, O., Nov. 14, 1861, Madison Jas. Johnson [b. M., 
Feb. 22, 1836; s. of John Johnson and vSarah Young] ; res. M. ; mer- 
chant; postmaster; served 100 days in Civil War.$+ 

Wesley Grant (1211,1682) b. Sep. 12, 1842; res. Middlefield, 0.t + 
Whitney Dwight Grant (1211,1683) b. June 11, 1847; d. s. p. Mid- 
dlefield, O., July 3 (2), 1872. 



EIGHTH GENERATION. 221 

Edna Grant (1211,1684) b. Middlefield, O., June u, 1853; m. Bur- 
ton, O., Dec. 31, 1874, Russel Bigelow Gates [b. Parkman, O., Aug. 
4, 1853; s. of Joseph Gates and Orrella Newcomb] ; res. M. ; farmer 
and dairyman. + 

Dillon Bastic Grant (1211,1685) b. Feb. 1,1856; res. Genesee, Ida.f-I- 
CJiildren of ElizabctJi H. Grant {p. 100) and Jolin Turner. 

Olive Elizabeth Turner (1211,1690) b. Windsor, O., Mch. 8, 1840; d. 
W., Jan. 3, 1845. 

Henry Philander Turner (1211,1691) b. Windsor, O., May 6, 1841; 
m. Jefferson, O. , Mch. 13, 1865, Betsey E. Norris [b. Hartsgrove, 
O. , May 15, 1835; dau. of Cornelius Norris and Orrilla Grover]; res. 
Geneva, O. ; driver in fire and street depts. ; form, lightning-rod 
agent and farmer; served in Co. A. 29th Regt. O. V. V. I. 186 1-4; 
shot at Port Republic, reported killed, and had his funeral sermon 
preached by Rev. R. H. Hurlburt (1103,3245), the attendance being 
immense. + 

Adelaide Mabel Turner (i2ii,i69iA) b. Windsor, O., Oct. 13, 1843; 
d. W., Jan. 23, 1845. 

Frank Stephen Turner (1211,1692) b. Trumbull, O., June 13, 1845; 
m. Madison, O., Jan. 5, 1876, Ella Phrocene Benjamen [b. M., Mch. 
29, 1855; dau. of Foster Emerson Benjamen and Jane Ingersol Fow- 
ler]; res. Geneva, O. ; farmer and merchant; general merchandise 
3 yrs., hardware 12 yrs. , clothing since 1893; trustee of Cong. Ch. 
of G.$+ 
Eugene Shermon Turner (1211,1693) b. Mch. 10, 1847; res. Fargo, 
N. D. ; druggist and stationer. f 

John Miller Turner (1211,1694) b. Trumbull, O., Dec. 25, 1843 
(1848?); d. Hartsgrove, O., Oct. 17, 1863. 

Orrin Philander Turner (1211,1695) b. Trumbull, O., May 7, 1850; 
m. Orwell, O., Aug. 5, 1874, Mary L. Multer [b. Huntsburg, O., 
Aug. 5, 1852; dau. of Peter Multer and Almira Sinkler] ; res. Harts- 
grove, O. ; farmer and travelling salesman. + 

Olive Adelaide Turner (i2ii,i695A) b. Hartsgrove, O., Nov. 22, 
1850 (1851?); d. inf. H. 

Florence Adeline Turner (1211,1696) b. Hartsgrove, O., Sep. 24, 
1853; m. Ashtabula, O., Oct. 16, 1873, Norman C. Morgan [b. Wind- 
sor, O., June 5, 1851; s. of Solomon Morgan and Louisa M. Alder- 
man]; res. Fargo, N. D. ; sometime clerk of courts of Cass Co.; 
LL.B. Univ. of Mich. 1875. + 

Isabella Ruth Turner (1211,1697) b. Hartsgrove, O., June 19, 1855; 
m. Geneva, O., Mch. 1, 1883, Wm. C. McClain [b. Sandusky, O., 
July 4, 1857; s. of Wm. McClain and Ryche Roof]; res. Erie, Pa. 
(1529 Peach St.) ; form. Ashtabula, O. ; fireman on E. and P. R. R. + 

Charles Mcintosh Turner (1211,1698) b. Hartsgrove, O., Feb. 14, 
1859; d. Austinburg, O., Mch. 14, 1878. 

Charles Freemont Turner (1211,1699) b. Hartsgrove, O., Nov. 17, 
1862; m. Harpersfield, O., Nov. 14, 1884, Lettie Sarah Knapp [b. 
Harpersfield, July 12, 1864; dau. of Franklin Casson Knapp and 
Elizabeth Roxana Lloyd]; res. Geneva, O. ; travelling salesman. + 



222 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

Children of William G. Collins {p. lOo) and Cynthia H. Seymour. 

William Augustus Collins (1211,4040) b. S. Windsor, Apr. 19, 1840; 
m. Collinsville, June 1863 (?), Ellen Elizabeth Phillips [b. 1846; d. 
New Haven, 1872; dau. of Nathaniel Phillips and Maria Williams]; 
res. E. Hartford; farmer.f + 

Lavinia Maria Collins (1211,4041) b. Mch. 1842; m. Ralsamon Drake; 
res. Wapping; farmer. f+ 

Richard Seymour Collins (1211,4042) b. Apr. 16, 1848; m. Sarah 
Robins; res. Eden, S. D.*+ 

Children of Hannah Collins {p. 100) and Frederick H. Sadd. 
. Charlotte H. Sadd (1211,4060) b. S. Windsor, Aug. 30, 1842; m. 
Henry Avery, of S. W. ; res. Talcottville. f 

Hannah Cornelia Sadd (1211,4061) b. S. Windsor, Dec. 30, 1844; d. 
Nov. 26, 1876; res. Talcottville. 

Cliildren of Johii A. Collins {p. 100) and Harriet Allen. 

John Edward Collins (1211,4080) b. June 20, 1850; m. 1873, Sarah 
J. Pitkin; res. Wapping, in the homestead. f+ 

Harriet Ella Collins (1211,4081) b. 1851; m. Orson W. Crane; res. 
Hartford (2 Brown St.); 4 chil.f + 

Louisa Collins (1211,4082) b. 1852; d. ae 2 weeks. 

Elizabeth Donnetta Collins (1211,4083) b. Wapping, Sep. 28, 1858; 
m. Hartford, Jan. 12, 1886, Jas. S. Barber, wid. of Maria A. Col- 
lins (1211,407); res. W.+ 

George Allen Collins (1211,4084) b. S.Windsor, May 14, 1867; m. 
Granville, Mass., June i, 1892, Emily Beckwith [b. G. ; dau. of Geo. 
Sherman Beckwith and Eliza Jane Barnes]; res. S. W. ; farmer; 
pres. Y. P. S. C. E. and Manchester Union, S. S. supt.+ 

Children of Henrietta Collins [p. 100) and Alfred Driggs. 

Waldo John Driggs (1211,4090) b. Vernon, Sep. 26, 1853; m. Man- 
chester, Dec. 23, 1874, Sarah Eliza Keeny, dau. of Alfred Keeny; 
res. E. Hartford (62 Hartford Av.); form. Broad Brook; contractor 
and builder. + 

Williver C. Driggs (1211,4091) b. Vernon, Nov. 22, 1856; m. V., 
Dec. 24, 1883, Sarah Ann Kington [b. Trowbridge, Eng., Feb. 26, 
i860; dau. of George Kington and Harriet Wingrove]; res. V.; 
farmer; dea. , ch. treas. + 

Newton Alfred Driggs (1211,4092) b. Jan. 23, 1868; m. Dec. 14, 
1887, Carrie Harvey; res. Vernon. f 

CLAN T. 
Child of Jesse G. Hickox {p. loi). 
Amelia Ann Hickox (1550,3220) b. Amity, N. Y. ; m. Janesville, 
Wis., July 3, 1849, Jas. Henry Chase [b. Marlborough, N. Y. ; d. 

J., May I, 1888; s. of Chase and Hannah Kingsbury]; res. J. 

CJiildrcn of Caroline Heacock {p. loi) and Elias Pond. 
Martha Louise Pond (1550,3250) b. Brockport, N. Y., Sep. 3, 1834; 
m. Rochester, N. Y., Sep. 7, 1852, Jas. Mordoff Whitney [b. R., 
Feb. 24, 1821; d. R., May 24, 1893; s. of Warham Whitney and 



EIGHTH GENERATION. 223 

Nancy Mordoff]; res. R. (197 Lake Av.); merchant miller and dealer 
in real estate. + 

Mary Elizabeth Pond (1550,3251) b. Brockport, N. Y,, Jan. 6, 1836; 
d. Rochester, N. Y., June 20, 1898; m. R., Oct. 14, 1856, Henry 
Pomeroy Brewster; res. R. + 

Isabella Grraham Pond (1550,3252) b. Rochester, N. Y., Sep. 16, 
1837; d. N. Y. C, May 13, 1898; m. R., Oct. 14, i860, Jas. Cowles 
Hart [b. Brighton, N. Y., Aug. 6, 1836; s. of Romanta Hart and 
Ruth Cowles]; res. R.$+ 

George Mortimer Pond (1550,3253) b. Rochester, N. Y. , Aug. 17 
(27), 1838; d. s. p. June 18, 1866 (1874). 

Charles Frederick Pond (1550,3254) b. Rochester, N. Y., Dec. 3, 
1840; m. R., Oct. 6, 1864, Mary Elizabeth Porter [b. R., Aug. 23, 
1841; dau. of Samuel Drummond Porter and Susan Farley]; res. R, 
(133 Pl3^mouth Av.); lawyer; A.B, Rochester Univ. i860; sec'y of 
R. Savings Bank, cashier of Commercial Bank ; trustee and elder of 
First Pres. Ch. + 

Children of Harriet A. Heacock {p. loi) and Aaron Endlong. 

John Mott Endlong (1550,3260) d. Oct. 23, 1830. 

James Elliott Endlong (1550,3261) d. Sep. i, 1832. ' 

Hattie D. Endlong (1550,3262) d. Oct. i, 1839. 

Augustus Norton Endlong (1550,3263) d. Sep. 12, 1847. 

Calvin McQuesten Endlong (1550,3264) b. Allengrove, Wis., July 13, 
1849; m. A., July 4, 1872, Sarah Agnes Brown [b. Chemung, 111., 
May 4, 18-7; dau. of Joseph Brown and Mary Ann Gullen]; res. A.; 
painter and wagon-maker; J. P. 

Cora Eell Endlong (1550,3265) b. Mch. 9, 1851; d. Nov. 13, 1855. 

Cliild of Maria Grant {p. loi) and Benjamin Drake. 

Mary L. Drake (1550,3400) b. Ithaca, N. Y., 1830-1; res. I. (N. 
Geneva St.). 

Cliildren of Charlotte Grant {p. loi) and ArtJinr S. Johnson. 

Arthur A. Johnson (1550,3410) d. s. p. 

Frances R. Johnson (1550,3411) m. Apr. 20, 1853, Dr. J. K. Cham- 
berlaine, of Cazenovia, N. Y. ; res. C. ; i dau.f 

Mary J. Johnson (1550,3412) d. s. p. 

William Johnson (1550,3413) d. s. p. N. Y. C. a. 1894; m. (i) Dec. 

2, 1852, Harriet Van Wyck, of N. Y. C, who d. ; m. (2) , who 

m. (2) ; res. N. Y. C. ; with Merchants' Transportation Des- 
patch Co. 

Charles Henry Johnson (1550,3414) b. Ithaca, N. Y., May 10, 1833; 
d, Montclair, N. J., Jan. 26, 1895; m. Jersey City, N. J., July 21, 
1858, Henrietta Holdane [b. Cold Spring, N. Y. ; dau. of Geo. W. 
Holdane and Harriet Candee] ; res. M. ; successful merchant in N. 
Y. C. 40 yrs. ; member of Broadway TalDernacle in J. C. ; later pres. 
of board of trustees of First Cong. Ch. of M., dea. many yrs., S. 
S. supt. 17 yrs. ; a remarkable man in every respect. + 

Frederick Henry Johnson (1550,3415) d. unm. Jersey City, N. J. 

George H. Johnson (1550,3416) d. s. p. 



224 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

Charlotte Louise Johnson (1550,3417) res. Ithaca, N. Y.f 

Children of Chaiiiicey L. Grant {p. loi) and Mary Margin. 

Adeline Uhlhorn Grant (1550,3420) b. Ithaca, N. Y. ; d. Syracuse, 
N. Y., Dec. 7, 1887; m. I., Chas. Jennings Foote [d. S. ; s. of David 
Foote] ; res. S, ; teacher of French and English literature and prin- 
cipal of S. Hig-h School ; sec'y of legation in Paris, France. + 

Chauncey Lewis Grant (1550,3421) b. Ithaca, N. Y., Oct. 3, 1834; d. 
I., Nov. 4, 1887; m. I., Dec. 29, 1864, Martha Schuyler [b. I., 
Aug. 3, 1842; dau. of Geo. Washington Schuyler and Matilda Scrib- 
ner]; res. N. Y. C. 8 yrs. ; rem. a. 1864 to I.; bank clerk, in partner- 
ship with father several yrs., later druggist; village trustee; vestry- 
man in St. Johns P. E. Ch. ; she is regent of Cayuga Chapter D. A. R. + 

Edward Mark Grant (1550,3422) b. 1835; d. Angola, N. Y., Dec. 
18, 1867; m. Athens, Ga., May 29, 1866, Fanny Jane Spillman [b. 
Mt. Vernon, Tenn. , May 12, 1845; d. Morristown, Tenn. , Aug. 28, 
1892; dau. of Neuten Spillman and Mary Boyd; m. (2) Rev. Rufus 
M. Hickey]; res. in Tenn. and Ithaca, N. Y. ; travelling salesman. + 

Frances Henrietta Grant (1550,3423) b. Ithaca, N. Y., June 18, 1840; 
d. I., Dec. 6, 1886; m. I., Sep. 5, i860, Howard Cornelius Williams 
[b. I., Jan. 20, 1836; d. Bay City, Mich., Aug. 15, 1891; s. of Timo- 
thy Shaler Williams and Keziah Hungerford]; res. I. ; miller; a very 
lovely woman. + 

Mary Louise Grant (1550,3424) d. Oct. 1878; m. Alfred K. Hamilton. 
CJdldren of CJiauncey L. Grant {p. loi) and Emily Johnson. 

Julia Grant (1550,3425) d. 

Jesse Granby Grant (1550,3426) res. Syracuse, N. Y.* 

Josephine Grant (1550,3427) res. Ithaca, N. Y. (N. Geneva St.).f 

Elisha Reginald Grant (1550,3428) b. Ithaca, N. Y., Feb. 20, 1857; 
m. A. True, M. D. ; res. Arlington, Minn. ; form. I. ; she is a physi- 
cian. t+ 

Children of William G. Grant [p. loi) and Maria L. Ackley. 

Frances Eugenia Grant (1550,3440) b. May 29, 1835 ; d- Sep. 30, 1838. 

William Granby Grant (1550,3441) b. Sep. 19, 1840; d. Sep. 10, 
1887; m. Oct. 7, 1868, Annie Van Sickler.+ 

Maria Louisa Grant (1550,3442) b. Feb. 16, 1843; d. June 8, 1891; 
m. June 15, 1871, Julius S. Kloppenburg, a Dane. 

Francis Eugene Grant (1550,3443) b. Ithaca, N. Y., Feb. 20, 1849; 
m. N. Y. C, Nov. 22, 1881, Sarah Josephine Rieck [b. Haverstraw, 
N. Y., July 4, 1856; dau. of John Christopher Martin Rieck and 
Anne Garner]; res. N. Y. C. (23 E. 65th St.); bookseller since 1875; 
form, clerk with Sheldon and Co. and G. P. Putnam's Sons; Univs. 
of Geneva and Berlin 1865-70. + 

CJiild of Henry J. J. Grant (/. loi) and Harriet Hanmer. 

Henry J. Grant (1550,3470) res. Ithaca, N. Y. ; insurance.! 

CIvAN A?sr. 

CJdldren of Lncinda Phelps [p. loi) and Sylvester Spencer. 
Homer Spencer (1554,0000) m. 



EIGHTH GENERATION. 225 

Cornelia Spencer (1554,0001) m. 

Hiram Spencer (1554,0002) m. Newton. 

CJiild of Andrezv F. Phelps {p. 102) and Jemima TJiompson. 

Charles A. Phelps (1554,0060) b. Austin, Minn., Nov. 26, 1869; res. 
Minneapolis, Minn., 1894. 

Children of Almeda Beach {p. 102) and William H. Whiting. 

Melinda Beach Whiting (1554,0100) b. Torrington, July 28, 1818; 
d. Washington, D. C, Dec. 5, 1896; m. T., Sep. 5, 1836, Jerome 
Blakeslee Woodruff [b. Watertown, June 20, 181 1; d. Washington, 

Oct. 23, 1867; s. of Woodruff and Sally Blakeslee; m. (i) 

Litchfield, June 5, 1833, Rachel Barber (b. Nov. 28, 1813; d. L., 
May 24, 1835)]; res. New Haven; rem. 1846 to Washington; patent 
attorney. + 

Jennette "Whiting (1554,0101) b. Torrington, Oct. 6, 1820; d. unm. 
Washington, D. C. , a. 1846. 

William Darwin Whiting (1554,0102) b. Torrington, Feb. 4, 1830; 

m. Goshen, Mch. 27, 1853, Sarah Phebe Sperry [b. G., May 13, 1836; 

dau, of Lewis Sperry and Phebe Price]; res. Meriden (433 W. Main 

St.); form. Milldale; night watchman ; form, farmer and operative. + 

Children of Miles G. Beach {p. 102) and Charlotte Bancroft. 

Emeline Beach (1554,0120) m. Harmon Loomis, of Torrington; res. 
W. Torrington. t 

Loomis B. Beach (1554,0121) d. 

Children of Hannah M. Beach {p. 102) and Henry L. Judd. 

Caroline Beach Judd (1554,0130) b. Torrington, Aug. 8, 1831; d. 
Litchfield, Nov. 7, 1865; m. David M. Grant (1554,051). 

Fannie Austin Judd (1554,0131) b. Litchfield, Apr. 7, 1838 (1837); 
d. Cortland, N. Y., Dec. 26, 1890 (1889); m. Marathon (Dryden), N. 
Y., Feb. (Jan.) 4, i860, Jerry Chas. Gray [b. Lapeer, N. Y., Nov. 
26, 1830; s. of Ogden Gray and Susan Barnes]; wid. res. C. ; jeweller. + 

Jesse Landon Judd (1554,0132) b. Colesville, Broome Co., N. Y., 
Apr. 21, 1842; d. Cortland, N. Y., Jan. 12, 1894; m. Groton, N. Y., 
Dec. 16, 1869, Mandana C. Oakley [b. Marathon, N. Y., Aug. 21, 
1853; dau. of Gabriel Linch Oakley and Delia Jane Tupper]; wid. 
res. Rome, N. Y.4- 

Flora Grant Judd (1554,0133) b. Colesville, Broome Co., N. Y., Feb. 
6, 1844; d. C, Feb. 18, 1844. 

Henry Judd (1554,0134) b. Binghamton, N. Y., Mch. 5, 1845; ^- ^m 
Aug. 15, 1845. 

Frances Hannah Judd (1554,0135) b. Binghamton, N. Y., June 11, 
1847; ni. (i)B.,Sep. 13, 1862, Otis Mitchell Mitchell, of Augusta, Me. 
[b. Troy, Me., May 18, 1835; d. Cortland, N. Y., Mch. 18, 1893; s. 
of Jas. Madison Mitchell and Rebecca Ulmer; travelling salesman 
and manufacturer; member of A. city council, J. P.; sergt. Co. F. 
14th U. S. Inf.]; m. (2) C, July 4, 1894, Oliver Ulmer Mitchell [b. 
Unity, Me., May 31, 1846; bro. of isth. ; lumberman; S. S. supt., 
ch. steward, trustee, and member of official board]; res. Winona, 
Minn. (220 Franklin St.); form. C. + 



226 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

Children of Edvuind Beacli {p. 102) and Anne B. Mackay. 

Frances Hungerford Beach (1554,0140) d. ; m. Chas. Carroll Birds- 
eye, who m. (2) ; wid. res. N. Y. C. + 

Charlie Beach (1554,0141) b. N. Y. C. ; d. inf. N. Y. C. 

Eddie Beach (1554,0142) b. New Rochelle, N. Y. ; d. inf. N. R. 

Harriet Beach (1554,0143) b. New Rochelle, N. Y. ; d. inf. N, R. 

Harriet Beach (1554,0144) b. Russelville, Apr. 23, 1843; res. N. Y. 
C. (113 W. 103d St.). 

Adeline Beach (1554,0145) d. s. p. N. .Y. C, Feb. 1878; m. N. Y. 
C, Mch. 9, 1874, Jas. Place Hill, who'd. Niagara Falls, N. Y., Aug. 
1877; grocer. 

Cornelia Waterman Beach (1554,0146) b. Williamsburg, N. Y., Mch. 
22, 1850; m. Brooklyn, N. Y., Oct. 11, 1877, Geo. Wildey Dorr [b. 
N. Y. C, Feb. 13, 1838; d. N. Y. C, June 17, 1893; s. of Joseph 
Owen Dorr and Sarah Carpenter; m. (i) Tarrytown, N. Y. , a. 1862, 
Jennie Badeau (d. N. Y. C, a. 1872; dau. of Dr. Badeau, of T.)]; 
res. N. Y. C. (113 W. 103d St.); wholesale oil merchant. + 

Stephen Waterman Beach (1554,0147) b. Williamsburg, N. Y., Mch. 
22, 1850; m. N. Y. C, July 27, 1882, Margaret Louise Wernert [b. 
N. Y. C, Nov. 23, 1861; dau. of Michael Wernert and Mary Hill]; 
res. N. Y. C. (161 W. 98th St.); clerk; veteran of 13th Regt. N. G. 
N. Y.+ 

John William Beach (1554,0148) res. N. Y. C. (104 W. 103d St.).t 
CJiihh'en of Ira Grant [p. 102) and Maria L. Hcwett. 

Julia Maria Grant (1554,0200) b. York, N. Y., Feb. 7, 1827; m. 
Boston, Mass., Sep. 16, 1868, Israel Van Hoesen [b. Rensselaer Co., 
N. Y., Jan. 19, 1819; s. of Geo. Van Hoesen and Catharine Fergu- 
son; m. (i) Sarepta Thompson, who d. Feb. 1855]; res. Cortland, 
N. Y. ; farmer. $ 

Bradley Martin Grant (1554,0201) b. York, N. Y., Jan. 12 (21), 1829; 
d. Binghamton, N. Y., Feb. 27, 1872; m. (i) Cortland, N. Y., Irene 

Crandall [dau. of Wm. Crandall and Fanny ; m. (2) ; 

m. (3) ]; divorced; m. (2) Willowvale, N. Y. , Dec. 6, 1870, 

Cornelia Deborah Rogers, of W. [b. N. Y. Mills, N. Y., Dec. 16, 
1837; dau. of Amos Rogers and Emily Holt]; wid. res. Utica, N. 
Y. ; farmer. + 

William Henry Grant (1554,0202) b. Caledonia, N. Y., May 29, 1831 ; 
d. unm. Cortland, N. Y., Jan. 26, i860; res. Cortland. 

John Hewitt Grant (1554,0203) b. Caledonia, N. Y., Jan. 5, 1834; 
m. (i) Troy, Pa., Sep. 16, 1857, Marion Dobbins [b. T., Sep. 16, 
1836; d. T., Dec. 9, i860; dau. of Wm. S. Dobbins and Nancy Both- 
well]; m. (2) T., June 29, 1870, Orpha Maria Dewey [b. Monticello, 
N. Y., Jan. 5, 1849; dau. of Elijah Hale Dewey and Sarah Tread- 
well Halstead] ; res. T. ; jeweller; mayor, postmaster, county treas. , 
presidential elector; vestryman and treas. of St. Pauls P. E. Ch.$+ 

Emeline Lucina Grant (1554,0204) b. Marshall, Oneida Co., N. Y., 
Sep. 22, 1838; d. Winchester, Mass., Apr. 2, 1870; m. Cortland, N. 
Y. , Sep. 14, 1858, Barna Smith Snow [b. Orleans, Mass., Feb. 27, 
1836; s. of Barna Smith Snow and Lydia Myrick, m. (2) Boston, 



EIGHTH GENERATION. 227 

Mass., Jan. 5, 1871, Harriet]* Jackson Stedman (b, Medfield, Mass., 
Sep. 30, 1838; dau. of Cyrus Stedman and Mary Jordan)]; res. Bos- 
ton, Mass. ; sec'y of Boston Seamen's Friend Soc. ; form, wholesale 
fish merchant (Franklin Snow and Co. 1859-90, B. S. Snow and Co. 
1890-3) ; on board of managers of Little Wanderers' Home; dea. of 
Berkeley Temple many yrs., S. S. supt. 25 yrs. , trustee several yrs. + 

Children of Asahel Grant {p. 102) and Electa S. Loomis. 

Seth Hastings Grant (1554,0230) b. Marshall, Oneida Co., N. Y., 
June 6, 1828; m. N. Y. C, Oct. 14, 1858, Margaret Van Antwerp 
Beckley [b. N. Y. C, Dec. 24, 1836; dau. of Samuel Marvin Beckley 
and Margaret Demilt Van Antwerp] ; res. Newburgh, N. Y. ; form. 
N. Y. C. and Piermont, N. Y. ; brought up by Prof. John Torrey; 
Coll. of N. J. 1843-5, A.M. Yale Univ. 1856; clerk with Wiley and 
Putnam and John Wiley, publishers and booksellers, 1846-9; libra- 
rian of N. Y. Mercantile Library 1849-66; editor of Norton's Literary 
Gazette and Publishers' Circular 1850-5; associate editor of the 
American Publishers' Circular 1863-71 ; in brokerage and real estate 
business 1866-73; supt. of N. Y. Produce Exchange 1873-82; private 
sec'y to Mayor Edson 1882-3; comptroller of N. Y. C. 1883-4; vice- 
pres. U. S. National Bank 1884-5; sec'y of first Librarians' Conven- 
tion, and of Athenaeum Club; compiler of "New York City during 
the American Revolution," contributor to the Historical Magazine; 
recording and corresponding sec'y and vice-pres. of N. Y. Bible Soc. ; 
trustee of N. Y. Genealogical and Biographical Soc. and one of the 
founders of the Record of same name; chairman of board of exam- 
iners for positions under N. Y. C. Board of Excise 10 yrs. ; dea. of 
Madison Square Pres. Ch. 1860-85, elder 1886-90.$+ 

Edwin Hodges Grant (1554,0231) b. Skinners Eddy, Pa., Feb. 27, 
1831; m. Mt. Vernon, O., Aug. 16, 1853, Sarah Thompson [b. Somer- 
set, O., Dec. 23, 1830; dau. of Isaac Thompson and Susan McBride] ; 
res. Anacostia, D. C. ; clerk in Treasury Dept. ; form, physician and 
editor; editor of Pella, Iowa, Gazette 1854-6, Geary City, Kan., Era 
1856-8, St. Joseph, Mo., Free Democrat 1858-9; served in 4th Kan. 
Vol. Inf. 1861-2, Surgeon Quartermaster's Dept. Army of the Poto- 
mac 1864-5.$+ 

Children of Asahel Grant (/. 102) and Judith S. Lathr op-Campbell. 

Henry Martyn Grant (1554,0232) b. Ooroomiah, Persia, June 3, 1836 ; 
m. Cortland, N. Y., Aug. 19, 1863, Mary Jeannette Putnam [b. Dry- 
den, N. Y., Apr. 10, 1836; dau. of Hamilton Putnam and Jeannette 
Cleveland]; res. Hamilton, N. Y. ; minister and inventor; A.B. 
Hamilton Coll. i860, A.M.; Auburn Theol. Sem. 1860-2 ; B.D. Union 
Theol. Sem. 1863; pastor of Pres. churches at Stirling, N. J., 187 1-6, 
and New Providence, N. J., 1876-8; pastor of Cong, churches at N. 
Canaan, 1863-6, Webster Groves, Mo., 1866-70, Smyrna, N. Y., 
1870-1, Middleboro, Mass., (Central) 1878-88, Charleston, S. C. (Cir- 
cular) 1888-98; principal of Park Grove Sem., Stirling, 1871-2.+ 

Judith Sabrina Grant (1554,0233) b. Ooroomiah, Persia, Aug. 24, 
1838; d. O., Jan 27, 1840. 



228 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

Mary Electa Grant (1554,0234) b. Ooroomiah, Persia, Aug. 24, 1838; 
d. O., Jan. 13, 1840. 

Cliildren of Mary M. Grant {p. loj) and Eli P. Wilson. 

■William Eli Wilson (1554,0250) b. nr. Farmington, 111., Aug. 24, 
1839; d. Des Moines, Iowa, Feb. 3, 1894; m. F., Aug, 31, 1870, Anna 
Slater [b. Orange Co., N. Y., July 9, 1847; dau. of Joseph Hazlett 
Slater and Sarah Jane Moore]; res. Prairie City, Iowa, 13 yrs. ; rem. 
to D. M. ; farmer. + 

Mary Electa Wilson (1554,0251) b. nr. Farmington, 111., June 4, 
1842; m. Trivoli, 111., Feb. 14, 1867, Jas. Marion Gilbert [b. Olive 
Hill, Ky. , Mch. 12, 1842; s. of Wm. Harrison Gilbert and Jane Hen- 
derson]; res. Ames, Iowa; farmer and blacksmith. + 

Judith Irene Wilson (1554,0252) b. nr. Farmington, 111., Jan. 12, 1844; 
m. F., June 12, 1877, Wm. Howell Curley [b. Rochester, N. Y., 
Apr. 8, 1830; s. of Wm. Curley and Catherine Striker]; res. Prairie 
City, Iowa; farmer and mechanic. + 

Emma Maria Wilson (1554,0253) b. nr. Farmington, 111., Feb. 2, 
1845 ; m. Trivoli, 111., Sep. 8, 1863, Thaddeus Allen Reding [b. Morgan 
Co., 111., Sep. 15, 1839; d. Des Moines, Iowa, Mch. 9, 1885; s. of 
Peter Reding and Christina Shepler] ; res. D. M. ; form. Peoria, 111. ; 
salesman; members of Christian ch.+ 

Eugene Pomeroy Wilson (1554,0254) b. nr. Farmington, 111., Jan. 6, 
1850; d. Sep. 20, 1850. 

Child of Eliza Grant [p. 104) and Samuel Carpenter. 

Lewis Carpenter (1554,0300) rem. to the West when a boy. 
Children of TJieron Grant {p. lof) and Jane Harrison. 

Elizabeth Jemima Grant (1554,0350) b. Smithville Flats, N. Y., Apr. 
21, 1844; m. S. F., Nov. 16, 1869, Thos. Bennett [b. Bolton, Lan- 
caster, Eng., Dec. 21, 1833; s. of Wm. Bennett and Elizabeth Sedg- 
wick; m. (i) N. Y. C, 1861, Sarah Breakey]; res. N. Y. C. (32o*W. 
87th St.); grocer (retired). $+ 

David Grant (1554,0351) b. May 2, 1845; res. N. Y. C. (320 W. 
87th St.); form. Greene, N. Y.$ 

George Harrison Grant (1554,0352) b. Smithville Flats, N. Y., May 
II, 1848; d. S. F., Nov. 3, 1849. 

Mary Harrison Grant (1554,0353) b. Smithville Flats, N, Y. , Oct. 
4 (6), 1849; d. Syracuse, N. Y., June 24, 1889; m. (triple wedding; 
see sisters) Greene, N. Y., Feb. 19, 1879, Smith Thos. Ford [b. 
Camden, N, Y., Feb. 3, 185 1 ; s. of Wm. Ford and Susannah Hedge]; 
res. S, ; wid. rem. to Lowell, Mass.; minister; A.B. Colgate Univ. 
1878, A.M. 1881.+ 

Flora Reed Grant (1554,0354) b. Smithville Flats, N. Y., Apr. 9, 
1852; m. Greene, N. Y., Feb. 19, 1879, Hugh Henry Scott [b. Bel- 
fast, Ireland, 1847; d. N. Y. C, Feb. 27, 1883; s. of Hugh Scott 
and Catherine Maclntire] ; res. Oberlin, O. (124 Elm St.); form. N. 
Y. C. and Springfield, 0. ; a leading shoe merchant in N. Y. C.$+ 

Oliver Grant (1554,0355) b. Smithville Flats, N. Y., Nov. 29, 1853; 
d. unm. Binghamton, N. Y., Sep. 14, 1893; res. Scranton, Pa., and 
B. ; jeweller and optician. 



EIGHTH GENERATION. 229 

Agnes Grant (1554,0356) b. Smithville Flats, N. Y., Apr. 24, 1856; 
m. N. Y. C, Mch. 25, 1880, Wm. Randall Rowlands [b. Hamilton, 
N. Y., Jan. 23, 1853; s. of Wm. Owen Rowlands and Mary Parker] ; 
res. Spuyten Duyvil, N. Y. C. ; form. Utica, N. Y. and H. ; loan and 
real estate broker; Ph. B. Colgate Univ. 1874, A.M. 1879; Yale Univ. 
1 880-1; teacher of mathematics, Medina Acad., 1874-5; principal of 
H. High School 1875-80; treas. of Colgate Univ. 1889-97; pres. of 
Delta Upsilon 1886-7, of Utica Y. M. C. A. 1885-9.$+ 

Jane Louisa Grant (1554,0357) b. Smithville Flats, N. Y., June 10, 
1858; m. Greene, N. Y., Feb. 19, 1879; Rev. Wm. Nelson Richie 
[b. Shelby Co., Tenn., Feb. 19, 1846; s. of David Nelson Richie and 
Margaret A. Ferguson]; res. Asbury Park, N. J. (305 Second Av.); 
A.B. Monmouth Coll. 1873, A.M.; grad. Xenia Theol. Sem. 1876; 
D.D. Washington Coll. 1888; pastor of 44th St. U. P. Ch. of N. Y. 
C, and of Pres. churches in Philadelphia, Pa. (Westminster and 
Fourth), Portchester, N. Y., and A. P. ; served in Co. B. 45th Iowa 
Inf. in Civil War; chaplain U. S. Grant Post G. A. R.$+ 

James George Grant (1554,0358) b. Smithville Flats, N. Y., May 9, 
1861; m. Waverly, N. Y., Apr. 27, 1887, Maria Bush Curtis [b. 
Danby, N. Y., Nov. i, i860; dau. of Levi Curtis and Lomina 
Miller]; res. Akron, O. (200 Fir St.); form. Minneapolis, Minn.; 
oculist and aurist, M.D. Bellevue Hospital Med. Coll. 1886; oculist 
for B. and O. R. R., P. and W. R. R., and C. T. and V. R. R.$+ 
CJnldren of Flora L. Grant {p. 104) and Horace S. Read. 
Virgil Read (1554,0370) res. Honesdale, Pa., and Chicago, 111.* 
Flora Louise Read (1554,0371) b. Norwich, N. Y., Mav 9, 1853; m. 
Oxford, N. Y., Jan. 3, 1872, Edward Bradley [b. Guilford, N. Y., 
Sep. 18, 1850; d. Port Henry, N. Y., Jan. 31, 1875; s. of Edward S. 
Bradley and Flora Dickensin] ; res. Bayonne, N. J. (1050 Av. C); 
form. O. and Brooklyn, N. Y.+ 

Cliild of Oliver B. Grant {p. 10 f) and Hannah Gates. 
Ulysses Grant (1554,0380) res. Smithville Flats, N. Y.f 

Children of Hiram P. Grant {p. 10 f) and Minerva L. Beach. 
Nellie Elizabeth Grant (1554,0390) b. Smithville Flats, N. Y., July 
27, 1861; res. Plainfield, N. J. (320 LaGrande Av.) ; teacher in 
schools in Chenango Co., N. Y., 1880-9, Litchfield and Goshen 
1892-4, Thomaston 1894-7.$ 

Charles Edward Grant (1554,0391) b. Smithville Flats, N. Y., May 
22, 1863; res. N. Y. C. ; stenographer. 

William Albert Grant (1554,0392) b. Smithville Flats, N. Y., Aug. 
25, 1864; res. Plainfield, N. J.; travelling salesman with Sibley, 
Lindsay and Curr, of Rochester, N. Y. 

Flora May Grant (1554,0393) b. Norwich, N. Y., May 27, 1870; res. 
Plainfield, N. J. ; music teacher. 

Children of Cornelia A. Grant {p. lof) and Drury Morse. 
Judson Grant Morse (1554,0410) b. Aug, 1844; d. Sep. 1844. 
Mary Cecilia Morse (1554,0411) b. Greene, N. Y., Aug. 24, 1846; 
res. G. 



230 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

Henry Jesse Morse (1554,0412) b. Greene, N. Y., Nov. 2, 1848; m. 
Rochester, N. Y., Nov. 7, 1894, Jean Bruce, who was b. Kilmarnock, 
Scotland, June 14, 1854; res. R. (3 Evergreen St.). t + 

Cornelia Grant Morse (1554,0413) b. Greene, N. Y., May 13, 1855; 
res. Rochester, N. Y. (179 Andrew St.). 

Children of Jtidson L. Grant (/. /05) and Marianine Agard. 

DeFrance Grant (1554,0430) b. Smithville Flats, N. Y., Nov. 6, 1848, 
d. unm. S. F., Nov. 4, 1874; res. S. F. 

Jared Eugene Grant (1554,0431) b. Smithville Flats, N. Y., Oct. 29, 
1853; res. S. F. ; steam engineer. 

Judson Forbes Grant (1554,0432) b. Smithville Flats, N. Y., Feb. i, 
1856; soldier in i6th Regt. U. S. A. 

Children of Charles IV. Grant (/. 705) and Jane F. Bcveridge. 

Anna Margaret Grant (1554,0500) b. Newburgh, N. Y., Feb. 20, 
1847; m. N. Y. C, Mch. 9, 1870, Henry Drury Noyes, M.D. [b. N. 
Y. C., Mch. 24, 1832; s. of Isaac Reid Noyes and Sarah Drury]; res. 
N. Y, C. (233 Madison Av.); physician. + 

John Beveridge Grant (1554,0501) b. Newburgh, N. Y., Nov. 25; 
1850; res. Flushing, N. Y. ; with Central National Bank of N. Y. C. ; 
form, of firm of Stewart Good and Co., manufacturers of dresses, 
N. Y. C. ; a composer; organist of a Swedenborgian ch. in N. Y. C.$ 

Grace Jane Grant (1554,0502) b. Newburgh, N. Y., 1856; d. N. Y. 
C, ae a. 2 yrs. 
Children of David M. Grant {p. loj) and Caroline B. Judd [p. 22 j). 

Grant (1554,0510) (s.), b. Litchfield, May 21, 1861; d. next 

day. 

Charles Henry Ambrose Grant (1554,0511) b. Litchfield, Mch. 23, 
1862; m. L., Mch. 30, 1886, Nellie Jane Osborn [b. L., Feb. 25, 1864, 
dau. of Jas. Heman Osborn and Esther Baldwin]; res. Bridgeport 
(14 Goodsell St.) ; form. L. (in the homestead) and Torrington; truck- 
man. + 

Fanny Grant (1554,0512) b. Litchfield, Aug. 27, 1864; res. Bridge- 
port. 
Children of Benjamin W. Grant (/. /05) and Sally E. A. Kirtland. 

Myra Ann Grant (1554,0600) b. Stockton, N. Y., Sep. 10(26), 1832; 
d. S., Oct. 13, 1895; m. S., Nov. 10, 1852, Jabez Webb Warren [b. 
S., May 19, 1830; s. of Chauncey Warren and Sally Knowlton] ; 
farmer (retired). + 

Henry Kirtland Grant (1554,0601) b. Stockton, N. Y., Nov. 19, 
1834; d. s. p. S., Jan. 25, 1891; m. S., Oct. 3, 1869, Ruth Emma 
Green [b. Hanover, N. Y. ; 1. 1897; dau. of Norman Green and 
Phileta Christy] ; res. S. ; farmer. 

William Harrison Grant (1554,0602) b. Stockton, N. Y. , June 28, 
1841; d. S., Nov. 28, 1843. 

Charles Wooster Grant (1554,0603) b. Stockton, N. Y., Aug. 13, 
1843; in. Jamestown, N. Y., Sep. 24, 1867, Florence Allen [b. J., 
Oct. 6, 1844; dau. of Dascum Allen and Susan Wheelock Darling]; 
res. J. ; real estate and manufacturing. |+ 



EIGHTH GENERATION, 231 

Child of Leivis B. Grant {p. 105) and Julia A. Forbes. 
Franklin Forbes Grant (1554,0610) b. Fredonia, N. Y., Feb. 28, 1839 
(1840); d. unm. F., Dec. 9, 1863; res. F. ; merchant. 

CJiildren of Laura Grant {p. 10^) and John R. King. 
John King (1554,0620) res. Cassadaga, N. Y.f 
Lucy King (1554,0621) m. J. M. Beebe; res. Cassadaga, N. Y.f 

King (1554,0622) m. Beebe; res. Cassadaga, N. Y. 

King (3 other chil.). 

Children of Henry D. Grant {p. 10^) and Miranda E. Barrows. 

Grant (1554,0630) d. 

Grant (1554,0631) d. 

Susan Maria Grant (1554,0632) m. Ellis; res. Kansas City, Mo.* 

Children of Henry D. Grant {p. loj) and Huldah M. Gardner. 
Clarissa Rebecca Grant (1554,0633) b. Jacksonville, 111., Aug. 25, 
1855; m. Denver, Col., Mch. 17, 1886, Jas. Henry Hunt [b. nr. Vir- 
ginia, 111.; Mch. 17, 1854; s. of Joseph Hunt and Derinda Bernice 
Freeman] ; res. nr. V. ; farmer; kept hotel nr. Leadville, Col., 7 yrs.+ 
Julia Eliza Grant (1554,0634) b. Linville, 111., May 13, 1859; d. 
Sioux City, Iowa, Oct. 13, 1891; m. Jacksonville, 111., Nov. 27, 1879, 
Francis Albert Gibbons] ; wid. res. Milwaukee, Wis. (care of Barrett 
and Co.).+ 

Children of Julia A. Grant {p. 106) and Samuel Crissey. 
Lucy D. Crissey (1554,0640) b. Stockton, N. Y., May 25, 1844; d. 
S., Jan. 12, 1891; m. S., May 11, 1869, Cassius B. Perrin [b. S., 
Apr. 26, 1845; s. of Walter Perrin and Lucy Dorset]; res. S. ; teacher; 
dea. in Bapt. ch. several yrs. + 

Forrest W. Crissey (1554,0641) b. Stockton, N. Y., July 19, 1848; 
m. Mch. 30, 1876, Mary I. Miller [b. S., Aug. 29, 1854; dau.of 
Linus Wilson Miller and Ann Jennette Curtis] ; res. S. ; locomotive 
engineer and farmer. + 

Myra E. Crissey (1554,0642) b. Stockton, N. Y., Aug. 24, 1856; d. 
S., Aug. 6, 1892; m. S., Dec. 2, 1875, Geo. F. Putnam [b. S., Nov. 
24, 1854; s. of Wm. Putnam and Eliza Francher]; res. S. ; farmer.+ 
Child of John M. Grant {p. 106) and Sarah Mullett. 
James Mullett Grant (1554,0650) b. Jamestown, N. Y., May 19, 1854; 
m. J., Feb. 22, 1887, Eleanor Havens [b. Elmira, N. Y., Jan. 30, 
1856, dau. of Eugene Fry Havens and Caroline L. Brown]; res. J. 
(109 W. 5th St.) ; wholesale dealer in groceries and oils.$+ 

CIvAN Y. 

Children of James H. Grant {p. 106) aiid Susan S. Van Wormer. 

Isaac Van Wormer Grant (1556,4000) d. ; m. (i) Harriet Brown; m. 
(2) Liza Davison; res. Albany, N. Y. ; merchant. + 

Helen Mar Grant (1556,4001) b. Schoharie, N. Y., May 6, 1833; m. 
Poughkeepsie, N. Y., Chas. Traver Platto [b. Albany, N. Y., July 
24, 1829; d. A., Sep. 23, 1877; s. of Jas. Platto and Christiana Traver] ; 
res. N. Y. C. (280 W. 113th St); form. A.; bookkeeper.+ 



232 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

Children of James H. Grant (/>. io6) and Susan J. Bedell. 

Mary Frances Grant (1556,4002) b. Albany, N. Y., May 17, 1854; 
ra. Apr, 12, 1889, Charles Schuyler Crippen [b. Cooperstown, N. Y. ; 
s. of Schuyler Crippen and Anne Pomeroy Cooper] ; res. A. (400 A 
Madison Av.). 

Ella Blanche Grant (1556,4003) b. Albany, N. Y.,Feb. 16, 1859; m. 
Brooklyn, N. Y., Feb. 21, 1881, Frederick G. Fay [b. A., May 5, 
1854; s. of Geo. Baron Fay and Catherine Rosebone Strong]; res. 
N. Y. C. (460 W. 151st St.); inspector in Dept. of Public Works. + 

James Hammond Grant (1556,4004) b. Albany, N, Y., July 11, 1862; 
m. N. Y. C, Nov. 24, 1884, Katherine Aherne [b. Lambertville, N. 

J., Oct. 8, 1863; dau. of Wm. Aherne and Helen ]; res. W. 

Orange, N. J. ; electrical engineer and contractor. + 

Georgianna Grant (1556,4005) d. 

Minnie Grant (1556,4006) d. 
Children of Maria Grant {p. 106) and Stafford Bur lingham. 

George Burlingham (1556,4010) res. in Pa. 

William Burlingham (1556,4011) res. Buffalo, N. Y. ; R. R. con- 
ductor, f 

CJiildren of Celestia Grant {p. 106) and Edzvard Tobey. 

Mary Ambrosia Tobey (1556,4020) b. Morris, N. Y., Oct. 8, 1829; m. 
M., Nov. 29, 1849, Ansel Tucker [b. M., July 21, 1824; s. of Cyrus 
Tucker and Annis Roberts]; res. M.; farmer. + 

Albert Bennett Tobey(i556, 4021) b. Morris, N. Y., Sep. 22, 1831; 
m. W.Laurens, N. Y., Dec. 31, 1854, Helen Maria Osborne [b. Otego, 
N. Y., Sep. I, 1836; d. M., Oct. 9, 1887; dau. of Smith Stratton Os- 
borne and Martha Packard]; res. M. ; carpenter and builder. + 

Julia Tobey (1556,4022) b. June 21, 1833; d. Aug. 25, 1834. 

"WUliam Furman Tobey (1556,4023) b. Dec. 2, 1835 ; res. Morris, N. Y.f 

Ann Eliza Tobey (1556,4024) b. Morris, N. Y., July 22, 1838; m. Nov. 
30, 1855, Henry Jerome Lull; res. M. ; farmer. + 

Hannah Maria Tobey (1556,4025) b. Jan. 23, 1842; d. s. p. Sep. 23, 
1897; m. Willard Tucker; farmer. 

Children of Orrin G. Grant (/. 106) and Julia A. St ever. 

Marjanna Maria Grant (1556,4030) b. Worcester, N. Y., Sep. 16, 
1836; m. W., Apr. 29, 1858, Chas. A. Crippen [b. W., Apr. 19, 1836; 

d. Billings, Mont., 1894; s. of Harrison Crippen and Rosanna ; 

res. Bay City, Mich. (604 Eighth St.) ; form. Saginaw, Mich. ; grocer. + 

Althea Ophelia Grant (1556,4031) b. Worcester, N. Y., May 4, 1838; 
m. W., Jan. 8, 1861, Wm. Ozias Mills [b. Ellicottville, N. Y., Feb. 
8, 1836; s. of Orlando Mills and Elizabeth Frank]; res. Schenevus, 
N. Y. ; form. Delhi, N. Y. ; liveryman. + 

Seth Henry Grant (1556,4032) b. Worcester, N. Y., June 9, 1840; d. 
unm. W., Apr. 8, 1865; res. W. ; clerk in his father's hotel. 

Sarah Estella Grant (1556,4033) b. Worcester, N. Y., June 22, 1842; 
d. unm. W., Dec. 18 (13), 1864; res. W. 

Mary Marilla Grant (1556,4034) b. Worcester, N. Y., Nov. 10, 1844; 
d. unm. W. , Mch. i, 1866; res. W. 



EIGHTH GENERATION. 233 

George Marcina Grant (1556,4035) b. Worcester, N. Y., Feb. 23, 
1846; d. W., Mch. 30, 1848. 

Charles S. Grant (1556,4036) b. Worcester, N. Y., Dec. 25 (26), 
1848; m. Nellie S. Hubbell; res. E. Saginaw, Mich.f 

Emma Julia Grant (1556,4037) b. Worcester, N. Y., Oct. 4, 1854; 
m. (i) Isaac LaMoure; m. (2) Chas. E. Starr; res. Albany, N. Y. 
(88 Hudson Av.); form. E. Worcester, N. Y. ; Mr. L. was a drug- 
gist. t+ 

James William Grant (1556,4038) b. Worcester, N. Y.,Oct. 17, 1856; 
res. Saginaw, Mich. (Genesee and Washington Avs. E. S.) ; jeweller. $ 
CJnld of Samuel H. Grant [p. 106 ) and Harriet Waterman. 

Betsey Ellen Grant (1556,4040) b. Worcester, N. Y., Apr. 10, 1846; 
m. W. , Jan. 28, 1864, Geo. Washington Hogan [b. Cairo, N. Y., Mch. 
27, 1835; s. of Isaac Hogan and Polly Finch]; res. Schenectady, 
N. Y. (429 Hamilton St.); locomotive engineer. $+ 

Children of Harriet Grant {p. 106) and NatJian P. Potter. 

Schelia Minerva Potter (1556,4050) m. L. C. Chase (or Cheese), of 
Otego, N. Y. ; res. O.f 

William Henry Potter (1556,4051) d. Willets Pt., N. Y., in the army. 

Nathan Milo Potter (1556,4052) res. Worcester, N. Y.f 

George Marcena Potter (1556,4053) d, Cadott, Wis. 

Anna Potter (1556,4054) d. Decatur, N. Y. ; m. Parmer. 

Winfield Scott Potter (1556,4055) res. Oneonta, N. Y. (322 Main St.) ; 
painter, f 

Benjamin Franklin Potter (1556,4056) res. E. Worcester, N. Y.f 

James Andrew Potter (1556,4057) b. Westford, N. Y., June 29, 1858; 
m. Morris, N. Y., Dec. 29, 1881, Cora E. Devenpeck [b. Decatur, 
N. Y., Sep. 10, 1863; dau. of Jeremiah Devenpeck and Sarah Day]; 
res. Utica, N. Y. (65 Howard Av.) ; cigar and news dealer. 

Child of Mary A. Grant [p. 106) and Sehnyler Crippen. 

Douglass Crippen (1556,4060) d. se i yr. 
Children of George AT. Grant {p. 106) and Harriet E. Sisson. 

Fannie Elizabeth Grant (1556,4080) b. Cooperstown, N. Y., Oct. 24, 
1855; m. C, Sep. 20, 1876, Reginald Heber White [b. Brooklyn, N. 
Y., Dec. 2, 1852; s. of Geo. Caldwell White and Sarah Dunn]; res. 
C. ; merchant; vestryman of Christ Ch., vice-pres. of Y. M. C. A. ; she 
is pres. of LaFayette Soc. C. A. R.$+ 

George Benjamin Grant (1556,4081) b. Cooperstown, N. Y., Mch. 13, 
1859; d. C, Mch. 6, 1866. 

Children of Lorin M. Grant {p. loy) and Sarah Rogers. 

Julia Elizabeth Grant (1556,4100) b. Sep. 17, 1834; d. Feb. 9, 1837. 

Julius Grant (1556,4101) b. Lodi, O., Feb. 6, 1837; d. Sunfield, 
Mich., Mch. 19, i886; m. (i) S., Oct. 17, 1869, Annettie Garringer 
[b. Wilkesbarre, Pa., Aug. 10, 1853; d. S., Sep. 22, 187 1; dau. of 
Edward Garringer and Mary Mensch] ; m. (2) Chatham, O. , Dec. 24, 
1876; res. S.+ 

Elizabeth Louisa Grant (1556,4102) b. Apr. 25, 1840; d, May 26, 1855, 



234 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

Frances Olivia Grant (1556,4103) b. Harrisville, Med. Co., O., Aug. 
13, 1844; d. E. Plymouth, O., Dec. 25, 1892; m. H., Feb. 26, 1877, 
Geo. Marthar Palmer [b. Richmond, Ash. Co., O., Apr. 18, 1842; s. 

of Dan Palmer and Rachel Maria ]; res. Plymouth, Ash. Co., 

O. ; farmer and carpenter. + 

Sarah Harriet Grant (1556,4104) b. Harrisville, Med. Co., O., Oct. 
6, 1846; m. Wadsworth, O., Nov. 15, 1875, William Calvin t)rake 
[b. Dec. 18, 1848; s. of David Drake and Julia Alger]; res. N. Am- 
herst, O. ; farmer. + 

CJdldren of Hannah Grant [p. lof) and Charles Perkins. 

Chester Johnston Perkins (1556,4110) b. Homerville, O., Dec. i, 1832 
(1831); d. Wilton, Wis.; m. Jan. 2, 1859, Delilah Danles; wid. res. 
W. ; served in Civil War.+ 

Hannah Rebecca Perkins (1556,4111) b. Homerville, O., Nov. 5 (i), 
1834 (1833); m. Jan. i, 1852, Baker; res. Lincoln, Mo.t + 

Josiah William Perkins (1556,4112) b. Feb. 12, 1836; m. (i) Feb. 21 
(22), 1858 (1856); m. (2) June 23, 1866; res. Sunfield, Mich.; served 
in Civil War.f 

Sarah Perkins (1556,4113) b. Homerville, O., Dec. 28, 1838; m. Mch. 
15, 1856, Wm. Vandyke Smith [b. Harrisburg, Pa., Dec. 24, 1834; 
d. Bennington, Kan., Apr. 21, 1890; s. of Christian Smith and Re- 
becca Rhodes]; res. B.+ 

Abigail Perkins (1556,4114) b. May 6, 1841; m. Jan. 6, 1861, Wm. 
Riley Hayes; res, Sunfield, Mich.f 

Charles W. Perkins (1556,4115) b. Feb. 21, 1844. 

Wilson Mahan Perkins (1556, 4116) b. Homerville, O., Mch. 13, 1847 ; 
killed in battle nr. Dinwiddie C. H., Va., Apr. 4, 1865; served in 
Co. E. 6th Mich. Cav. 

Pamelia Jane Perkins (1556,4117) b. Chatham, O., Mch. 8, 1850; m. 
Samuel E. Grant (1556,4122); res. Sunfield, Mich. 

Louisa or Lomira Perkins (1556,4118) b. Sep. 9, 1855; m. Elisha 
Vanderberg; res. Bennington, Kan.f 

Child of Jolin Grant (/. /07) and Desire Jason. 

Eliza Desire Grant (1556,4120) b. Nov. 3 (4), 1838; m. Oct. 4, 1857, 
Hugh Kilpatrick; res.. Levering, Mich.f 

Children of John Grant [p. loj) and Lydia M. Bird. 

Lydia Maria Grant (1556,4121) b. Dec. 8 (9), 1841; d. s. p. Dec. 
1892; m. • Van Nortwick. 

Samuel Elihu Grant (1556,4122) b. Lodi, O., Mch. 18, 1843; ^■ 
Woodland, Mich., Oct. 21, 1866, Pamelia J. Perkins (1556,4117); 
divorced Feb. 8, 1898; res. Carp Lake, Mich. (Levering P. O.); 
farmer; served in Co. I, 26th Regt. Mich. Inf. 1862-5. + 

Isaac Jesse Grant (1556,4123) b. Nov. 22, 1844(1845); res. Dellwood, 
Mich.f 

John Grant (1556,4124) b. Dec. 28(21)1847; res. Woodbury, Mich.f 

Timothy Burr Grant (1556,4125) b. Lodi, O., Apr. 12, 1850; m. 
Charleston, Mich., Nov. 16, 1873, Mary Ellen Moore [b. Cleveland, 
O., Aug. 24, 1852; dau. of Thos. Moore and Ellen Murray]; res. 
Battle Creek, Mich. ; laborer. 



EIGHTH GENERATION. 23") 

Urania Grant (1556,4126) b. Medina Co., O., Oct. 21, 1852; m. 
Woodland, Mich., Oct. 20, 1875, Wm. Mallory [b. Richland Co., O., 
June 20, 1849; s. of John Dow Mallory and Eunice Davis]; res. W. ; 
farmer. + 

Susanna Grant (1556,4127) b. Jan, 7 (Feb. 24), 1855 ;d. Sep. 14, 1863. 

Julius Everett Grant (1556,4128) b. Nov. (Dec.) 28, 1858; d. Sun- 
field, Mich., Nov. 20 (Dec. 14), 1872. 

Julia Eva Grant(i556,4i28A) b. Nov. (Dec.) 28, 1858; d. Dec. (Aug.) 
3, 1867. 

Alma Virginia Grant (1556,4129) b. Sunfield, Mich., June 3, 1863; 
m. Sep. 2, 1882, John Lewis Snyder [b. Chemung, N. Y., Nov. 20, 
1853; s. of John A, Snyder and Fannie Parmenter]; res. Hastings, 
Mich.; minister of United Brethren in Christ. + 

Child of Sarah Grant {p. loy) and Orrin Rogers. 

Orange Howard Rogers (1556,4130) b. Harrisville, O., Oct. 8, 1839; 
d. Chatham, O., Mch. 24, 1892; m. Huntington, O., Jan. 26, 1868, 
Corintha Camelia Barnes [b. Huntington, July 25, 1847; d. C, Aug. 
28, 1876; dau. of John Barnesand Rebecca Walker]; res. C. ; farmer. + 

CJiildren of Lucy A. Grant {p. loy) and Aaron S. Ward. 
Fletcher DeLay "Ward (1556,4150) b. Spencer, 0., Nov. 4, 1850; m. 
Huntington, O., Nov. 9, 1875, Harriet Grace Walker [b. H., Sep. 
22, 1856; dau. of Lucius Addison Walker and Harriet Grace Elton]; 
res. Lorain, O. ; supt. of public schools; B.S. Northwestern O. Nor- 
mal Univ.$+ 

Gillman McKendree Ward (1556,4151) b. Mch. 26, 1862; d. Sep. 16, 
1882. 

Child of Jesse C. Grant {p. loj) and ist ivife. 

Grant (1556,4160) d. Chicago, 111., 1863, in the army; res. 

Woodland, Mich. 

Children of Jesse C. Grant [p. loy) and Ehnyra Curtis. 

Jesse Julian Grant (1556,4161) b. Sep. 24, 1858; d. Apr. 24, 1864, 

Frank Grant (1556,4162) b. Aug. 6, i860; d. May 10, 1861. 

Fletchers. Grant (1556,4163) b. Feb. 28, 1862; d. Apr. 25, 1881. 

Ulysses S. Grant (1556,4164) b. Woodland, Mich., Mch. 20, 1865; 
m. (i) Mch. I, 1885, Rufina A. Paul [b. Castleton, Mich., Apr. 19, 
1865; d. W., Dec. 28, 1889; dau. of Samuel Paul and Marinda Lewis]; 
m. (2) Oct. 17, 1891, Ora Estella Early [b. Allen Co., O., Feb. 18, 
1871; dau. of Isaac Early and Maria F. Miller]; res. W. ; carpenter, 
blacksmith, and farmer. + 

Schuyler Colfax Grant (1556,4165) b. Sep. 8, 1869; d. Oct. 30, 18S4. 

Grant (1556,4166) (s.). 

Children of Nathan O. Grant {p. loj) and Lydia A. Me Hick. 

Orlando Slater Grant (1556,4170) b. Chatham, O., June 23, 1855; m. 
Woodland, Mich., Oct. 26, 1884, Alice Victoria Houseman [b. Ber- 
lin, Mich., Oct. 10, 1864; dau. of Daniel Houseman and Anna Sickle- 
steel]; res. W. ; minister of United Brethren in Christ; form, farmer; 
conference sec'v.$+ 



236 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

Harmon James Grant (1556,4171) b. Huntington, O., May n, 1857; 
m. Ionia, Mich., Aug. 12, 1880, Cora Amanda Estabrook [b. Lodi, 
O. , Dec. 8, i860; dau. of Zenas A. Estabrook and Julia A. Erl]; res. 
Woodland, Mich. ; farmer. + 

CJiildrcn of Eliza Grant {p. loy) and Randall Curtis. 

Loring Grant Curtis (1556,4200) b. Albion, Mich., May 4, 1839; d. 

unm. Otsego, Mich., Apr. 5, 1867 ; agent for agricultural implements. 

Eugene Curtis (1556,4201) b. Albion, Mich. ; d. Otsego, Mich., 1857. 

Child of William C. Grant {p. lof) and Amanda {Hunter) Brush. 

Nellie Grant (1556,4210) b. Detroit, Mich., Apr. 14, 1861; m. D., 
Nov. 22, 1893, Francis Raymond [b. D., Oct. 10, 1843; s. of Francis 
Raymond and Ruth Rice]; res. St. Louis, Mo. (519 Whittier St.); 
treas. of F. R. Rice Mercantile Cigar Co. ; capt. in Civil War.$ 

Children of George R. Grant [p. 108) and Mary H. Van Orden. 

Mary Amelia Grant (1556,4220) b. Council Bluffs, Iowa, Dec. 22, 1848; 

m. (i) Feb. 27, 1867, Gaylord [b. Aug. 1843; d. Dec. 1878; s. 

of Daniel Webster Gaylord]; m. (2) San Francisco, Cal. , Mch. 3, 1874, 
Jas. Quirk [b. in Ireland, July 1837; d S. F., Feb. 22, 1892; s. of 
Pierce Quirk and Mary Carey]; m. (3) (as 2d w.) Jan. 3, 1896, Jas. 
Theophilus Pierce [b. New Bedford, Mass., Dec. 25, 1831; d. Oct. 
26, 1897]; res. Lorin, Cal. ; form, Roseville, Cal., and S. F. ; Mr. G. 
was a farmer; served in U. S. A.+ 

Sarah Ophelia Grant (1556,4221) b. Council Bluffs, Iowa, Mch. 19, 
1850; m. Sacramento, Cal, May 27, 1878, Robt. Smith Frazee [b. 
Cayuga Co., N. Y. ; d. S., Feb. 29, 1892; s. of Albert Frazee and 
Betsy Jane Smith]; res. S. (1800 F. St.); policeman; private in Co. G. 
27th N. Y. Inf. 1861-3, Lieut. Co. H., 4th Quartermaster Vol. Regt. 
1864-5; vice-commander of Sumner Post G. A. R.$+ 

George Robert Grant (1556,4222) b. in Utah, Mch. 24, 1852; d. nr. 
Sacramento, Cal., Sep. 10 or 11, 1895; bur. Rocklin, Cal.; m. Rose- 
ville, Cal., Dec. 2, 1877, Julia Fidelia Smith [b. Grass Valley, Cal., 
June 30, 1858; dau. of Erasmus Wort Smith and Elizabeth Ann 
Sandifer] ; res. Loomis, Cal.; mining and lumber. + 

Julia Antoinette Grant (1556,4223) b. in Utah, Jan. 3, 1854; m. Rose- 
ville, Cal., Nov. 26, 1871, Leroy Langford Crocker [b. Madison, Wis. , 
Aug. 8, 1847; s. of Daniel Burk Crocker and Fannie Abigail Starks] ; 
res. nr. Loomis, Cal.; fruit grower; form, merchant; trustee of 
Penryn Bapt. Ch.$+ 

Helen Louisa Grant (i556,4223A) b. in Utah, Jan. 8, 1856 ; d. in Utah, 
Dec. 15, 1859 (1862, 1867). 

Henrietta Grant (1556,4224) b. in Utah, Apr. 2, 1858; m. (i) 

Longstreth; m. (2) Earle ; res. Los Angeles, Cal. (Sta. D.).f + 

Gertrude Betsy Grant (1556,4225) b. in Utah, Apr. 3, i860; d. Sac- 
ramento, Cal., Mch. 1864 (1865). 

Henry Loring Grant (1556,4226) b. Carson City, Nev. , Apr. 27, 1862; 
d. Sacramento, Cal., Jan. (Dec.) 1864. 

Charles Louis Grant (1556,4227) b. Sacramento, Cal., Sep. 6, 1865; 
d. S., Oct. 4 (3), 1865. 



EIGHTH GENERATION. 237 

"William Everett Grant (1556,4228) b. Placer Co., Cal., Sep. 9, 1866; 
m. ; res. Sacramento, Cal., (care of H. Fisher, confectioner.).! + 

Ada May Grant (1556,4229) b. Roseville, Cal., Nov. 15, 1871; m. 
Santa Cruz, Cal., Apr. 20, 1892, John Thos. Hildreth [b. Watson- 
ville, Cal., Feb, 28, 1865; s. of Columbus Jackson Hildreth and 
Susan Ross] ; res. Covina, Cal. ; form. Los Angeles, Cal. ; fruit and 
berry grower. 

Children of Emory A. Grant {p. 108) arid Ellen E. Clarke. 

Thomas Page Grant (1556,4230) b. Frankfort, Ky., June 24, 1854; 
m. Louisville, Ky. , Apr. 22, 1896, Virginia Grimsley, dau. of John 
Grimsley and Martha Ann Elbert; res. L. (822 Third Av.) ; physician; 
M.D. Univ. of L. 1874; writer on professional and historical subjects; 
a founder of the Polytechnic Soc. of Ky, ; member of board of health; 
Capt. and Asst. Surg, of Ky, State Guard ; grand master of the grand 
council, R. and S. M. ; registrar of Ky. Soc. S. A. R. ; governor of 
Soc. of Colonial Wars in Ky. ; 2d Vice-Pres. Grant Family Asso.$ 

Joseph Clarke Grant (1556,4231) b. Frankfort, Ky., Jan. 1856; d. F., 
Aug. 2, 1858. 

Emory Alfred Grant (1556,4232) b. Louisville, Ky., June 24, i860; 
m, Versailles, Ky. , Oct, 16, 1883, Eloise Hiter [b, Frankfort, Ky., 
Nov. 23, i860; dau. of David Porter Hiter and Sallie Harlan]; res. 
St. Louis, Mo. (200 Century Bldg.) ; form. Parkland, Ky. ; executive 
special agent of Mutual Life Ins, Co. ; form. pres. of P. Lumber Co. ; 
dea. of Westminster Pres. Ch, of L.$+ 

Charles Julian Clarke Grant (1556,4233) b. Louisville, Ky. , May 24, 
1863 ; res. L. ; special agent of the Standard Accident Ins. Co. ; regis- 
trar of Soc. of Colonial Wars in Ky. 

Betty Keeney Grant (1556,4234) b. Frankfort, Ky. ; res. Louisville, 
Ky. ; Pres. Fem. Coll. 

Children of Julia L. Grant [p. 108) and Reuben R. Bass. 

George Henry Bass (1556,4240) b. Albion, Mich,, a. 1843; d. a. 1847, 

Frank Emory Bass (1556,4241) b. Albion, Mich., Nov. 13, 1846; m, 
(i) Niles, Mich., Sep. 1887, Mrs. Virginia J. Kierstadt, who d. Min- 
neapolis, Minn., Jan. 1890; m. (2) Chicago, 111., June 8, 1891, Mrs. 
Fanny Cummings Osborn; res. Grand Rapids, Mich. (W. Bridge St.); 
tobacconist. 

Ella Bass (1556,4242) b. Albion, Mich. ; d. May 1850, ae a. 2 yrs. 

Henry Clarke Bass (1556,4243) b. Albion, Mich. ; d. in Cal., 1882, ae 
25; m. Chicago, 111., Ella Eaton. + 

Children of Cordelia Grant [p. 108) and Benjamin F. Doughty. 

Leonora Adela Doughty (1556,4270) b. Buchanan, Mich., July 13, 
1850; m. Sturgis, Mich., Aug. 17, 1875; Frank A. Force [b. Wol- 
cott, N. Y., Sep. 24, 1850; s. of Geo. W. Force and Mary Butler]; 
res. Auburn, N. Y. ; form, Gallupville, N. Y. ; pastor of Owasco 
Outlet Ref. Ch. ; A.B, Hope Coll. 1876, A.M. 1879; grad. New 
Brunswick Theol. Sem. 1880. 

Charles Henry Doughty (1556,4271) b. Breedsville, Mich., Mch. 15, 
1853; d. unm. Swan, Ind,, Nov. 11, 1876; res. Sturgis, Mich.; brake- 
man. 



238 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

Jane Ellen Doughty (1556,4272) b. WoodhuU, N. Y., July 15, 1855; 
d. Sturgis, Mich., Nov. 3, 1863. 

Maude Doughty 1556,4 273) b. Pentwater, Mich., Feb. 5, 1869; res. 
Grand Rapids, Mich. (24 Orchard Pl.).$ 

Children of Henry B. Grant [p. 108) and Maria L. Richardson. 

Rebecca Grant (1556,4290) b. Loviisville, Ky., Feb. 29, 1864; m. Park- 
land, Ky., Jan. 8, 1895, Chas. Boswell Tippett [b. L., Jan. 12, 1865; 
s. of J. Emory Tippett and Mary Woodruff] ; res. Stiens Station, Jeff. 
Co., Ky. (Buechel P. O.); farmer; Richmond Coll., Southern Bapt. 
Theol. Coll. 

Ella Grant (1556,4291) b. Louisville, Ky., Aug. 6, 1866; d. Elmwood, 
Mo., Sep. 25, 1892; m. Jeffersonville, Ind., Nov. 10, 1886, Granville 
Allen Richart [b. Sharpsburg, Ky. , June 21, i860; s. of Duncan 
McArthur Richart and Mary Jane Allen]; physician; M.D. Univ. 
of L.+ 

Henry Rivers Grant (1556,4292) b. Louisville, Ky., Sep. 21, 1870; m. 
L., Nov. 22, 1894, Margaret Keene Bird [b. Shelby Co., Ky., Jan. 
29, 1872; dau. of Jas. Wm. Bird and Mary Elizabeth Perdue]; res. 
L. ; with American National Bank.+ 

William Louis Grant (1556,4293) b. Louisville, Ky., Dec. 6, 1879. 

Children of Elihu Grant {p. log) and Amanda M. Gifford. 

Hannah Tracy Grant (1556,4410) b. New Bedford, Mass., May 3, 1845 ; 
m. in N. J., Jan. 1864, Jas. Bailey Albert, of Somerville, N. J. [b. 
Fall River, Mass., Sep. 11, 1845; s. of David Albert and Ruth Ann 
Lake]; res. F. R. (1052 Plymouth Av.) ; grocer and butcher; alder- 
man and councilman. $+ 

James Lawton Grant (1556,4411) b. Westport Pt, Mass., Jan. 19, 
1847; ^- Stevensville, Pa., July 15, 1874, Cora Louise Briggs [b. 
Pike, Bradford Co., Pa., Feb. 26, 1853; dau. of Newel Bruce Briggs 
and Adella Baylett Bosworth]; res. Johnson City, Tenn. ; form. S. ; 
furniture maker. + 

Charles Loring Grant (1556,4412) b. S. Dartmouth, Mass., Dec. 8, 
1848; m. Carrollton, Mich., Feb. 11, 1874, Helen Ure [b. Detroit, 
Mich., Oct, 2, 1857; dau. of Jas. Ure and Helen McPherson]; res. 
Saginaw, Mich. (2015 N. Mich. Av.); manufacturer of lumber and 
salt. + 

William Thomas Grant (1556,4413) b. Bristol, R. I., Feb. 7, 1852; 
m. Hillsborough, N. J., June 5, 1872, Amanda Lewis Bird [b. Plain- 
field, N. J., Nov. 28, 1854; dau. of Geo. Bird and Elizabeth Stan- 
ford]; res. Maiden, Mass. (413 Cross St.); form. Bradford Co., Pa.; 
dealer in house furnishing goods; form, dealer in flour and lumber, 
and furniture salesman. + 

George Franklin Grant (1556,4414) b. Fall River, Mass. (Tiverton, 
R. L), Mch. 21, 1854; d. s. p. Carrollton, Mich., June 8, 1883; m. ; 
res. C. ; mill-hand. 

Children of Eugene Grant (/. log) and Cliarlotte Dickenson. 

Frederick Eugene Grant (1556,4420) b. E. Saginaw, Mich., Oct. 1856; 
d. E. S., Aug. 1857. 



EIGHTH GENERATION. 239 

Jennie Grant (1556,4421) b. E. Saginaw, Mich., Feb. 17, i860; m. 
E. S., Oct. 20, 1879, Geo. Samuel Pelton [b. S. Windsor, Nov. 18, 
1845; d. Higganiim, Sep. 6, 1893; s. of Christopher Beebe Pelton 
and Mary Irene Rockwell]; res. Glyndon, Minn. (Moorhead P. O.); 
grad. Amherst Coll. 1872, and Hartford Theol. Sem. ; pastor of 
Cong, churches in G. 1877-80, Deadwood, S. D., 1880-3, Omaha, 
Neb., (Third) 1883-6, Worcester, Mass., (Park) 1886-9, H. 1889-93. 

Eugene Dickenson Grant (1556,4422) b. Bay Port, Mich., Mch. 27, 
1872 ; res. Glyndon, Minn. (Moorhead P. O.) ; lumberman and farmer. 
CJiildren of Mary Grant {p. lop) and James Russell. 

Elihu James Russell (1556,4430) b. Gainesville, N. Y., Aug. 15, 
1863; res. G. ; numismatist and farmer; form, salt manufacturer in 
Warsaw, N. Y., and Rockglen, N. Y., and real estate agent. 

Mary Augusta Russell (1556,4431) d. 1869, ae 10 mos. 
CJiildren of Juliana D. Grant [p. lop) and Benjamin F. Young. 

Viola Alvira Young (1556,4440) b. Bengal, Mich., Oct. 17, 1870; m. 
St. Johns, Mich., May 20, 1891, Herschel Van Hostetler [b. Shanes- 
ville, O., Oct. 7, 1858; s. of Adam Hostetler and Mary Ann Barnett]; 
res. S. J. ; agent. $+ 

Myron Young (1556,4441) b. Bengal, Mich., Aug. 7, 1874; res. B. 
(St. Johns P. O.); farmer. 

Charles Loring Young (1556,4442) b. Bengal, Mich., July 31, 1876; 
d. B., Mch. 20, 1882. 

Ida May Young (1556,4443) b. Bengal, Mich., Aug. 25, 1878; m. 
St. Johns, Mich., Nov. 7, 1896, Murrett Ridenour [b. B., Dec. 18, 
1873; s. of David Ridenour and Reliance Coomer] ; res. B. (St. 
Johns P. O.) ; wire fence builder and agent. $ 

Children of Electa S. Grant {p. no) and Frank Harvey. 

Mary Lucy Harvey (1556,4450) b. Bengal, Mich., Feb. 27, 1871; m. 
B., Sep. 13, 1893, Chas. Lewis Dunn; res. Laingsburg, Mich.; black- 
smith. f+ 

Phebe Olive Harvey (1556,4451) b, Bengal, Mich., Oct. 9, 1872; d. 
B., Mch. 28, 1875 or 1876. 

Clara Azubah Harvey (1556,4452) b. Bengal, Mich., Aug. 25, 1877; 
res. Unionhome, Mich. ; teacher. 

Emeline Jane Harvey (1556,4453) b. Bengal, Mich., July i, 1879. 
CJiildren of Isaac Grant {p. no) and Dana Clark. 

Rena M. Grant (1556,4460) b. May 11, 1870; res. St. Louis, Mich.* 

Alda M. Grant (1556,4461) b. Aug. 31, 1873; m. Edwin H. Pace; 
res. Baldwin, Mich.f + 

Clark D. Grant (1556,4462) b. Apr. 25, 1875; d. Mch. 23, 1898; res. 
Reed City, Mich. 

Howard Grant (1556,4463) b. June i, 1879. 

Annie Grant (1556,4464) b. May 11, 1881. 

Harold Grant (1556,4465) b. Oct. 20, 1889. 

CJiildren of Eliza Grant {p. no) and foJin T. Diincombe. 

Charles W. Duncombe (1556,4470) b. Bengal, Mich., Dec. 25, 1872; 
res. Juva, Pa. ; farmer and gardener. 



240 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

Emma L. Buncombe (1556,4471) b. Juva, Pa., July 18, 1875; res. J. 
CJiildrcn of PJiebe J. Grant {p. no) and Milo L. Welter. 

Charles Wesley Grant Welter (1556,4480) b. Ovid., Mich., Nov. 27, 
1876; d. O., Aug. 28. 1S78. 

Milo Lee Welter (1556,4481) b. Ovid, Mich., June 18, 1882. 
CJiild of Loring Grant (/. no) and Jennie M. Heyd. 

George W. Grant (1556,4490) b. Bengal, Mich., June 4, 1883. 
Children of John J. Gratit {p. no) and Addie Manley. 

Grant (1556,4700) (twin), stillborn Centerville, N. Y, 

Grant (1556,4701) (twin), stillborn Centerville, N. Y. 

Grant (1556,4702) b. Monticello, Minn., Mch, 7, 1863; d. 

July 17, 1864. 

CJiildren of John J. Grant (/. no) and Eva M. Walker. 

Frederic Grant (1556,4703) b. Silver Creek, Minn., July 17, 1867 
res. S. C. 

John Chapman Grant (1556,4704) b. Silver Creek, Minn, Dec. i, 1869 
res. S. C. ; teacher, 

Jesse Francis Grant (1556,4705) b. Silver Creek, Minn., Jan. 14, 1872 
res. S. C. ; farmer. 

Mary Adelaide Grant (1556,4706) m. Denson; res. Silver 

Creek, Minn.f 

James Clinton Grant (1556,4707) b. Silver Creek, Minn., Apr. 5, 1877 ; 
res. S. C. ; farmer. 

Children of Jane A.Grant {p. no) and Cyrus Sherwood. 

Frances Louisa Sherwood (1556,4710) b. Seward, 111., July i, 1852 
m. Penn Yan, N. Y., Dec. 14, 1870, Edgar Emery Davis [b. Jerusa- 
lem, N. Y., Apr. 12, 1839; s. of Joseph Davis and Rachel Corwin] 
res. Branchport, N. Y; farmer and fruit grower. + 

Chapman Daniel Sherwood (1556,4711) b. Jerusalem, Feb. 27, 1857 
m. Jan. i, 1878, Margaret S. Henderson [b. J., Mch. 15, 1856; dau. of 
Matthew Henderson and Mary Kennedy] ; res. J. (Branchport P.O.). + 

Carrie Evangeline Sherwood (1556,4712) b. Jerusalem, N. Y., Mch. 
27, 1866; d. J., June 20, 1891; m. Elmira, N. Y., Frank Lincoln 
Johnson [b. Lambertville, N. J. ; s. of Wm. Johnson and Sarah 
Moor]; res. J.; druggist; she was an accomplished artist and mu- 
sician. + 

Cliildren of Julia R. Grant [p. no) and JoJin Ingram. 

Ida Jane Ingram (1556,4720) b. Jones Co., Iowa, Sep. 23, 1855; m. 
(i) Hastings, Minn., Oct. 7, 1874, Thos. Bradley, of Minneapolis, 
Minn. [b. Drummond Co., Quebec, Oct. 13, 1844; d. Oakland, Cal., 
Mch. 28, 1895; s. of Wm. Bradley and Jane Johnson; grocer, con- 
tractor, and plasterer]; m. (2) Los Angeles, Cal., Apr. 15, 1897, 
Rufus Benj. Brooke [b. Prince George Co., Md., Feb. 23, 1861; s. 
of Robt. Wilson Brooke and Elizabeth Eversfield Berry]; res. L. A. 
(1431 Wright St.); form. 0.+ 

Cyrus Laville Ingram (1556,4721) b. Jones Co., Iowa, Oct. 21, 1857; 
res. Minneapolis, Minn. (1030 Fourth St. N.) ; shirt cutter. 



EIGHTH GENERATION. 241 

Clarence DeWitt Ingram (1556,4722) b. Hastings, Minn,, Mch. 3, 
1864; d. H., May 20, 1877. 

Children of Martha A. Grant {p. iii) and Chester Woodward. 

"William Henry Woodward (1556,4740) b. Chatfield, Minn. ; d. Min- 
neapolis, Minn., in young manhood. 

Charles Chapman Woodward (1556,4741) b. Chatfield, Minn. ; d. Min- 
neapolis, Minn., ae a. 13 yrs. 

Frances Elizabeth Woodward (1556,4742) b. Chatfield, Minn.; m, 
Willis Lindley; res. Minneapolis, Minn.; (druggist ?).* + 

Cora May Woodward (1556,4743) ("Rose"), b. Chatfield, Minn.; 
res. Minneapolis, Minn. (The Housekeeper); typewriter. f 

Harry Woodward (1556,4744) d. Minneapolis, Minn., ae a. 27; 
painter. 

Carrie Edith Woodward (1556,4745) m. Burt Goss, who d. ; res. 
Minneapolis, Minn. (509 Nicollet Av.); telegrapher, f 

Jesse Woodward (1556,4746) (carpenter?). 

Mattie Woodward (1556,4747) d. inf. 

Addie Woodward (1556,4748) d. inf. 

Klyne Woodward (1556,4749) d. inf. 

Daisy Woodward (i556,4749A) d. inf. 

Cliildren of Mary E. Grant {p. iii) and William Parker. 

Jessie Eliza Parker (1556,4750) b. Silver Creek, Minn., Sep. 4, 1869; 
m. Minneapolis, Minn., Nov. 21, 1887, Nelson S. Lowell, who was b, 
Chanhassen, Minn., Aug. i, 1863; res. Sioux Falls, S. D. ; fruit and 
confectionery merchant. f 

Hattie May Parker (1556,4751) b. Minneapolis, Minn., Dec. 25, 1874; 
m. Hankinson, N. D., Dec. 15, 1892, Wilbur Nesson, who was b. 
FairPt., Minn., Aug. 11, 1872; res. H. ; farmer. f 

Ray Grant Parker (1556,4752) b. Minneapolis, Minn., Mch. 30, 1879; 
d. M., June 21, 1879. 

Children of DeWitt C. Grant (/. ///) and Mary Hawker. 

Grant (1556,4760) (s.), b. and d. Oct. 30, 1892. 

Marian Grant (1556,4761) b. Oct. 25, 1893. 

Children of Sarah A. Grant {p. in) and fames C. Price. 

Frances Georgiana Price (1556,4770) b. Silver Creek, Minn., July 5, 
1866; res. Minneapolis, Minn. 

May Elizabeth Price (1556,4771) b. Silver Creek, Minn., Apr. 7, 
1868; m. Minneapolis, Minn., Apr. 24, 1894, Anthony Kelly Wilson 
[b. St. Paul, Minn., Jan. 31, 1871; s. of Jas. Ketchum Wilson and 
Harriet Mary Haymond] ; res. M. ; head hospital steward 12th Minn. 
Vol. Inf. 1898. + 

Kate Rosamond Price (1556,4772) b. Silver Creek, Minn. Aug. 14, 
1869; m. Minneapolis, Minn., Oct. i, 1891, Dr. Chas. Pownell Spotts- 
wood, of Hankinson, N. D. [b. Lake City, Minn., Nov. 23, 1863; s. 
of Chas. Cogley Spottswood and Nancy Jane Lilley]; res. H.+ 

Arthnr Chapman Price (1556,4773) b. Silver Creek, Minn., Oct. 17, 
1 871; res. Minneapolis, Minn.; fire dept. employee; form, boiler- 
maker. 



242 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

Sarah Adelaide Price (1556,4774) b. Minneapolis, Minn., Sep. 13, 
1873; res. Denver, Col.; trained nurse.* 

James Charlie Price (1556,4775) b. Mch. 2, 1875; d. Minneapolis, 
Minn., Sep. 3, 1875. 

Bertha Amelia Price (1556,4776) b. Dec. 5 (4), 1876; d. Minneapolis, 
Minn., May 2, 1878. 

"Willie Ceo Price (1556,4777) b. Jan. 17, 1882; d. Minneapolis, Minn., 
Oct. 24, 1887. 

Children of diaries H. Gere {p. iii) and Mariel E. Clapham. 

John Clapham Gere (1556,4820) b. July 7, 1872; d. Apr. 9, 1873. 

Mariel Clapham Gere (1556,4821) b. June 2, 1875. 

Ellen Bladen Gere (1556,4822) b. Oct. 28, 1876. 

Frances Clapham Gere (1556,4823) b. Apr. 15, 1878. 

Children of John N. Gere {p. iii) and Lydia A. Giddings. 

Giles Henry Gere (1556,4840) b. in Neb., 1867; res. Honolulu, H. 
I. ; civil engineer and draughtsman; asst. supt. of public works. f 

John Nelson Gere (1556,4841) b. Table Rock, Neb., Aug. 25, 1870; 
res. Honolulu, H. I. ; civil engineer. 

Children of George G. Gere {p. iii) and Sara J. Wood. 
Harrison Gere (1556,4860) b. San Francisco, Cal., Jan. 10, 1893. 
Florence Cecil Gere (1556,4861) b. San Francisco, Cal., Sep. 6, 1894. 
George Grant Gere (1556,4862) b. San Francisco, Cal., May 12, 1896. 
• Raymond Gere (1556,4863) b. Feb. 5, 1898. 

CIvAN 'Z,. 

Children of Elijah P. Grant [p. 112) and Susan /. Boyd. 

Elizabeth Grant (1558,0000) b. Canton, O., May 21, 1838; m. C, 
May 18, 1858, Thos. Jefferson Hurford, of Omaha, iSTeb. [b. Buta- 
varre, O., Mch. 18, 1828; s. of Thos. Hurford and Mary Cruson]; 
res. Pueblo, Col. (306 Mich. St.); hardware merchant. $+ 

Susan Boyd Grant (1558,0001) b. Canton, O., Jan. 8, 1841; d. C, 
July 19, 1841. 

Mary Grant (1558,0002) b. Canton, O., Sep. 2, 1842; m. C, June 
5, 1866, Wm. Wallace [b. Brandywine Mills, O., May i, 1841; s. of 
Geo. Young Wallace and Ellen Raynolds]; res. Omaha, Neb. (2420 
Harney St.); cashier of O. National Bank; served in 4th O. V. I. in 
Civil War, private to adjt. ; trustee of O. public library since 1877.$+ 

Charles Fourier Grant (1558,0003) b. Canton, O., Aug. 12, 1844; d. 
Wheeling, W. Va., May 25, 1845. 

Jane Munro Grant (1558,0004) b. Canton, O., Nov. 27, 1846; res. 
Chicago, 111. (6238 Madison Av.). 

Martha Alice Grant (1558,0005) b. Canton, O., Apr. 30, 1849; d. C, 
June 27, 1859. 

James Boyd Grant (1558,0006) b. Canton, O., Nov. 10, 1853; banker. 

Child of Mary Z. Grant [p. 112) and Ebenezer Burgess. 
Edwin Burgess (1558,0010) b. Ahmednuggur, India, June 22 (21), 
1840; d. Sep. II (12), 1844. 



EIGHTH GENERATION. 243 

CJdldren of ElizabetJi Grant {p. 112) mid William Burton. 

Mary Elizabeth Burton (1558,0020) b, Florence, Pa., Dec. 23, 1838; 
m. Austinburg, O,, Nov. 23, 1864, Giles Waldo Shurtleff [b. Stan- 
stead, Quebec, Sep. 8, 1831 \ s. of David Shurtleff and Ruth Knapp]; 
res. Oberlin, O. (159 S. Professor St.); investment banker; prof, 
of Latin in Oberlin Coll. 22 yrs. ; Col. 5th Regt. U. S. Col. T., 
brevet Brig. Gen. ; trustee of Oberlin Coll. and Second Cong. Ch.$+ 

Philander D. Burton (1558,0021) b. Piketon, O., Sep. 27, 1840; m. 
(i) Madison, O., Feb. 5, 1868, Rubie Ann Merriman [b. M., July 
19, 1840; d. Grinnell, Iowa, May 27, 1893; dau. of Andrus Merri- 
man]; m. (2) Hastings, Neb., July 5, 1894, Mrs. Kittie Elizabeth 
(Hyatt) Sears [b. Carmel, N. Y., Feb. 9, 1849; dau. of Jas. D. Hyatt 
and Minerva ]; res. G. ; form. Austinburg, O., and Monte- 
zuma, Iowa; farmer; sometime clerk of district and circuit courts of 
Poweshiek Co. ; served in 14th O. Battery 1861-3; trustee and clerk 
of Cong. ch. ; adjt. of Gordon Granger Post G. A. R. + 

Edward Burton (1558,0022) b. Piketon, O., Oct. 8, 1842 ; m. Lincoln, 
111., Sep. 30, 1867, Hannah Elvira Boren [b. L., July 21, 1848; dau. 
of Ezra Boren and Caroline Beahl] ; res. L. (202 Delavan St.); 
dealer in groceries, queensware, etc.; a "squirrel hunter" when 
Cincinnati was threatened in the Civil War; ch. treas. , trustee, and 
elder.$+ 

William Burton (1558,0023) b. Piketon, O., July 9, 1844; m. Crete, 
Neb,, Feb. 2, 1881, Mary Pamelia Matthews [b. Sylvania, O., Dec. 16, 
1853 ; dau. of Rev. Luther Parker Matthews and Sarah Hubbard] ; res. 
Kelsey, Cal. ; surveyor; U. S. Dep. Surveyor; A.B. Iowa Coll. 1875, 
A.M. 1878; C.E. Univ. of Mich. 1877; private in 15th O. Battery 
1862-5. + 

Theodore Elijah Burton (1558,0024) b. Jefferson, O., Dec. 20, 1851; 
res. Cleveland, O. ; lawyer; Iowa Coll. 1867-70; A.B. Oberlin Coll. 
1872, A.M. 1875; rep. in Congress 1889-91 and since 1895.$ 

Children of Joel Grant {p. 112) and Abigail F. Cowles. 

John Cowles Grant (1558,0030) b. Avon, Apr. 21, 1848; m. (i) Den- 
ver, Col., July 14, 1878, Susan Rae Henry [b. N. Y. C.,Dec. 4, 1847; 
d. Chicago, 111., Jan. 14, 1883; dau. of Chas. Henry]; m. (2) Wiscasset, 
Me., Aug. II, 1886, Anna Foote Coffin [b. W., Jan, 21, 1857; dau. of 
Isaac H. Coffin and Mary Tod Foote] ; res. C. (467° Lake Av.) ; prin- 
cipal of the Harvard School; A.B, Yale Univ, 1869, A.M. 1872; 
LL.D. Fargo Coll. 1897.$+ 

Mary Hannah Grant (1558,0031) b. Lockport, 111., June 18, 1851; d. 
L., Aug. 2 (i), 1853. 

William Elijah Grant (1558,0032) b. Lockport, 111., July 30 (31), 1852; 
d. L., Oct. 16, 1869. 

Robert Stuart Grant (1558,0033) b. Lockport, 111., Oct. 5, 1857; d. 
L., Dec. 7, 1858. 

Children of Daniel Grant {p. 112) and Caroline Burr. 
Abigail Elizabeth Grant (1558,0040) b. Waukesha, Wis., Aug. i, 1845 ; 
m. Flemington, N. J., Feb. 4, 1869, Rev. Almon Whitney Burr [b. 



244 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

Strongsville, 0.,Jan. i8, 1845; s. of Willard Burr and Almira Burr] ; 
res. Beloit, Wis. (742 Church St.); A.B. Oberlin Coll. 1868, A.M. 
1871; grad. Oberlin Theol. Sem. 1871, and Andover Theol. Sem. 
1875; tutor in Oberlin Coll. 1870-4; principal of Hallowell, Me., 
Acad. 1875-83; principal of B. Coll. Acad, and prof, of pedagogics 
in B. Coll. since 1884.$+ 

Edward Burr Grant (1558,0041) b. Waukesha, Wis., Oct. i, 1848; 
d. Southfield, Mass., Dec. 11, 1896; m. S., Mch. 23, 1881, Lucy- 
Churchill Baldwin [b. S., Sep. 21, 1853; dau. of Edwin Remington 
Baldwin and Francis Elizabeth Ward]; res. S.; farmer; Oberlin 
Coll. + 

CJiildren of John Grant {p. iij) and SaraJi G. Day. 

Gertrude Elizabeth Grant (1558,0060) b. Newark, N. J., Oct. 9 (7), 
1858; d. N., Oct. 26, i860. 

"William Marcus Grant (1558,0061) b. Newark, N. J., Oct. 18, i860; 
res. Millbrook. 

Children of Laura G. Walter {p. iij) and Joel Hull. 

Edwin Hull (1558,0100) d. ; s. and dau, 

Mary Elizabeth Hull (1558,0101) d. s. p.; res. Scott, N. Y. 

James Woodin Hull (1558,0102) b. Norfolk, Mch. 27, 1829; m. White- 
water, Wis., Mch. 27, 1859, Martha Charlotte Castle [b. Montreal, 
Canada, Jan. 12, 1836; dau. of Asahel Castle and Beulah Clapp] ; res. 
W. ; farmer; assessor 14 yrs. + 

CJiildren of Lucius Griswold [p. iij) and Julia E. Barnard. 

Ralph Barnard Griswold (1558,0110) b. Jan. 18, 1835; m. May i, 
1858, Mary Jane Derby [b. Maughrafelt, Co. Londonderry, Ireland, 
July I, 1835; adopted dau. of Oliver Loomis, of Winsted] ; res. Banks- 
ville, N. Y. ; physician. f + 

Ward Wellington Griswold (1558,0111) b. June 3, 1841; d. Sep. 27, 
1841. 

CJiildren of Almira Griswold {p. iij) and Emory Coe. 

Sarah Jane Coe (1558,0120) b. Otis, Mass., Mch. 29, 1840; m. (i) 
Winsted, Sep. 4, 1872, Harvey Robt. Fellows, who d. Mch. i, 1882; 
m. (2) Jan. 20, 1886, Edward Chas. Hotchkiss [b. Naugatuck, Nov. 
5, 1833; s. of Chas. Hotchkiss and Electa S. Brace]; res. Torrington 
(Migeon Av.) ; she was form, a teacher. 

Edward Griswold Coe (1558,0121) b. Winsted, Apr. 3, 1847; m. Tus- 
carora, N. Y., July 12, 1871, Arminda Whitenack [b. T., Oct. 6, 
1845; dau. of Cornelius Whitenack and Lucinda Duryea] ; res. T. ; 
farmer. + 

Children of Joel G. Grisivold (/. 11 J) and Clarissa Smith. 

Edward Nelson Griswold (1558,0130) b. Sep. 5, 1849; res. Winsted. f 

Willis Smith Griswold (1558,0131) b. W. Winsted, Apr. 21, 1852; m. 
W. W., Nov. 4, 1874, Sarah Jane Holland [b. Waterville, Mch. 8, 
185 1 ; dau. of John Rackstraw Holland and Esther Stanaferth] ; res. 
Winsted (Lake St.); mechanic; policeman 1892-5; 7 yrs. in Conn. 
N. G. , corporal; constable, grand juror.$+ 

Lucius Burton Griswold (1558,0132) b. Sep. 26, 1854; res. Winsted. f 



EIGHTH GENERATION. 245 

Ella Lavinia Griswold (1558,0133) b. Winsted, Sep. 23, 1863 (Nov. 
24, 1862) ; d. Winchester, July 3, 1885; m. Winsted, May 9 (12), 1880, 
Wm. Lorenzo Nash [b. Winchester, Oct. 19, 1856; s. of Lorenzo Sam- 
uel Nash and Caroline Elizabeth Fuller]; res. Winchester; farmer. + 

Children of Jauies Griswold {p. iij) and CatJiarine Lane. 

Annette Griswold (1558,0150) b. Norfolk, June 23, 1849; d. Win- 
sted, May I, 1886 (1887); m. W., Mch. 19, 1874, Henry Gillette Colt 
[b. Torringford, Nov. 2, 1832; d. W. , Nov. 21, 1897; s. of Henry Colt 
and Chloe Catlin] ; res. W. ; agent for Strong Manuf . Co. ; private in 
2d Conn. Vol. Regt. 1865; rep. + 

Howard Griswold (1558,0151) b. Norfolk, Oct. 15, 1850; res. Lead- 
ville. Col.; miner; formerly in photograph, grocery and dry goods 
business. 

Harriet Lucretia Griswold (1558,0152) b. Auburn, Ind., Sep. 14, 
1854; m. Torrington, Conn., Sep. 25, 1878, Alfred Munn Millard 
[b. T., Jan. 15, 1849; s. of McKenzie Millard and Ellen Mott] ; res. 
Winsted; salesman; she taught bef. m. 

Frank Wyllys Griswold (1558,0153) b. Auburn, Ind., Aug. 2 (12), 
1856; m. Grand Junction, Col., Dec. 17, 1890, Mary Hastings [b. 
Crooked Creek, Ind., Nov. 10, 1858; dau. of Moses L. Hastings and 
Viola K. Collins]; res. Ouray, Col.; form. Leadville, Col.*+ 

Nelson Griswold (1558,0154) b. Auburn, Ind., June 8, 1858; d. se 
18 mos. 

Ellen Abigail Griswold (1558,0155) b. Auburn, Ind., Sep. 9, i860; 
d. Hyde Park, 111., Oct. (Nov.), 26, 1886; m. Cleveland, O., Nov. 
25, 1885, IraC. Woodward, who d. Chicago, 111. ; res. Chicago; manu- 
facturer of cereals ; she was a dressmaker. + 

Mary Jerusha Griswold (1558,0156) b. Auburn, Ind., Apr. 18, 1862; 
d. A., Jan. 23, 1897; m. A., May 20 (25), 1883, Albert Zirwes [b. 
Banburg, Canada (Watertown, Ind.), Aug. 5, 1861; s. of Mathias 
Zirwes and Salome Winkler]; res. A. ; saloon keeper. + 

Catherine L. Griswold (1558,0157) b. Auburn, Ind., Feb. 3, 1865; d. 
se 7 mos. 

Child of James Grisivold {p. iij) and Clarissa M. Reed. 

Leila Genevieve Griswold (1558,0158) b. Auburn, Ind., June 11, 1874; 
m. A., Oct. 2, 1892, Jas. McDowell [b. Williams Center, O., May 18, 
1863; s. of Jas. McDowell and Sarah Fisher]; res. A.; machinist; 
dea. in Bapt. ch. since 1892, ch. treas. + 

Childrcn'of Nelson Griswold {p. iij) and Ellen A. Carlton. 

Nelson Carlton Griswold (1558,0160) b. Springfield, Mass., Oct. 30, 
1850; m. Cincinnati, O., Jan. 14, 1879, Jeannette Forbes, of C. [b. 
Bridgeport, Aug. 11, 1849; dau. of Geo. Washington Forbes and 
Hannah Wright] ; res. Tacoma, Wash. ; supt. of Commercial and R. 
R. Telegraph; dea. and lay preacher in T. and Puyallup since 1890. 

Jennie Sophia Griswold (1558,0161) b. Cleveland, O., Jan. 18, 1856; 
m. C, July 25, 1877, Frank Wilbur Hart [b. Newton Falls, O., Sep. 
9, 1853; s. of Wm. Ellsworth Hart and Rachel Hannah Wheelock]; 
res. C. (378 Sibley St.); wholesale milliner. $+ 



246 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

Frank Grant Griswold (1558,0162) b. Cleveland, O., June 5, 1857; 
res. in Wash. 

Children of Edward R. Grisxvold {p. iij) and Clara Wells. 

Edward Wells Griswold (1558,0170) b. July 25, 1850; res. San Fran- 
cisco, Cal.* 

Abbie Laura Griswold (1558,0171) b. Cleveland, O., Dec. 22, 1857; 
res. C. (985 Cedar Av.); stenographer and private secretary, vice- 
pres. of Y. P. S. C. E. Union. 

Jessie Emma Griswold (1558,0172) b. Cleveland, O., Apr. 20, 1861; 
res. C. (985 Cedar Av.). 

James Grant Griswold (1558,0173) b. Cleveland, O., Nov. 12, 1863; 
m. C, Dec. 4, 1888, Flora Belle Evans [b. Bennehoff Hill, Pa., Mch. 
26, 1869; dau. of Wm. David Evans and Annie McGee]; res. C. (122 
Brenton St.); clerk, vestryman. + 

William Roswell Griswold (1558,0174) b. Cleveland, O., Nov. 16, 
1868; m. C, Sep. 7, 1893, Gertrude Langdon Allen [b, C. , May 3, 
1870; dau. of Joseph Morrison Allen and Almira Libby Madden]; 
res. C. (1224 Cedar Av.); niachinist.$+ 

Children of Ellen A. Griswold {p. 114) and William S. Phillips. 

William Bannister Phillips (1558,0180) b. W. Winsted, Feb. 16, 1853; 
m. Milwaukee, Wis., June 7, 1880, Margaret Campbell [b. Lawrence- 
ville, N. J., July 25, i860; dau. of Jas. Geo. Johnstone Campbell and 
Mary Catharine Ten Eyck] ; res. Catskill, N. Y. (37 Summit Av. ); 
commission merchant; ist Lieut. Conn. N. G.+ 

Mary Louise Phillips (1558,0181) b. Winsted, Apr. 29, 1857; m. W. 
Winsted, Dec. 4, 1878, Henry Lee Mallory [b. New Haven, Nov. 16, 
1852; s. of Henry Mallory and Sarah Elizabeth Parker]; res. Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. (648 St. Marks Av.).+ 

Children of Harriet Grant {p. 114) and William K. Parker. 

Joel K. Parker (1558,0300) b. Cortland, N. Y., Dec. 11, 1839; d. 
unm. June 30, 1862, in Civil War. 

Cornelia A. Parker (1558,0301) b. Cortland, N. Y., July 30, 1841 ; d. 
Fox Lake, Wis., Jan. 11, 1858. 

James Grant Parker (1558,0302) b. Cortland, N. Y., Oct. 6, 1843; 
d. unm. Fox Lake, Wis., Sep. 25, 1872; res. F. L. ; wagon-maker. 

Raphael Lancelot Parker (1558,0303) b. Cortland, N. Y., June 30, 
1848 (1847); d. Fox Lake, Wis., Feb. 12, 1890; m. Josephine Louise 
Woodruff [b. F. L., Oct. 30, 1847; dau. of John Woodruff and Mar- 
garet Bartlett] ; res. F. L. ; druggist. + 

Child of Anna Pinney {p. 114) and Ralzemon Phelps. 

Mary or Ann Phelps (1558,2000) b. Colebrook, Aug. 12, 1831; d. 
unm. C, Feb. 17, 1878. 

Cliildrcn of Rosivcll G. Pinney {p. 114) and Abby L. Strong. 
George R. Pinney (1558,2010) b. July 13, 1836; m. Apr. 29, 1858, 
Sarah Davidson. 

Emily J. Pinney (1558,2011) b. Oct. 17, 1839. 

Lafayette Pinney (1558,2012) b. Mch. 14, 1842; d. Mch. 23, 1844. 



EIGHTH GENERATION, 247 

Louise Jane Pinney (1558,2013) b. Aug. 26, 1844. 

Elijah E. Pinney (1558,2014) b. July 7, 1847; d. Sep. 11, 1852. 

Elizur E. Pinney (1558,2015) b. July 7, 1847. 

Harriet R. Pinney (1558,2016) b. Oct. 4, 1856. 

Children of Elijah O. Piime)' (/. 11 j) and Mary Pendleton. 

Ethan Pinney (1558,2020) b. Dec. 28, 1837. 

Finett Pinney (1558,2021) b. May 15, 1839. 

Sarah Pinney (1558,2022) b. Nov. 7, 1840. 

Uranah Pinney (1558,2023) b. Aug. 31, 1842; d. Sep. 19, 1853. 

LeRoy Pinney (1558,2024) b. Apr. 6, 1844; d. Apr. 16, 1859. 

Charles Pinney (1558,2025) b. Sep. 13, 1846. 

Dothy Pinney (1558,2026) b. Dec. 9, 1849. 

Emeline Pinney (1558,2027) b. Oct. 7, 185 1. 

Ralzemon Phelps Pinney (1558,2028) b, June 10, 1854. 

Ward Pinney (1558,2029) b. Aug. 19, 1857. 

CJiildrcn of Horace L. Pinney [p. 11^) and Sarah Shannon. 

Ellen Pinney (1558,2030) b. Sep. 3, 1843; d. Oct. 4, 1851. 

Anthony Pinney (1558,2031) b. Mch. 23, 1845. 

Elijah Pinney (1558,2032) b. Mch. 23, 1845. 

Alexander Pinney (1558,2033) b. May 21, 1848. 

Rosanna Pinney (1558,2034) b. Aug. 7, 1851. 

Catherine Pinney (1558, 2035) b. May i, 1853. 
Children of Milo E. Piiiney {p. iif) and Harriet P. Skinner, 

Emma Elizaheth Pinney (1558,2040) b. Mch. 31, 185 1; m. Andrew J. 
McGrady; res. Lost River, Ind. (Windsor P. 0.).t 

William Dawson Pinney (1558,2041) b. Mch. 20, 1857; m. Sally Her- 
rin; res. Bosworth, Mo.f 

Edward Milo Pinney (1558,2042) b. Memphis, Mo., Mch. 31, 1858; 
m. CarroUton, Mo., Nov. 25, 1885, Mary L. Haney [b. Carroll Co., 
Mo., Sep. 27, 1866; dau. of Wm. Haney and Mary E. McElwee]; 
res. Bosworth, Mo.; farmer (retired) ; alderman. + 

Harriet Cecilia Pinney (1558,2043) b. Dec. 30, i860; res. Bosworth 
(Memphis), Mo.f 

Matilda Caroline Pinney (1558,2044) b. Oct. 11, 1861; m. Thos. 
Cundiff; res. Miami, Mo.f 

Horace Grant Pinney (1558,2045) b. Aug. i, 1863; d. June 1878. 

Ida Jane Pinney (1558,2046) b. Memphis, Mo., June i, 1866; m. M., 
Nov. 12, 1889, Joseph Nelson Walker [b. M., Mch. 16, 1863; s. of John 
Walker and Anna Henenger] ; res. M. ; grocer. + 

Children of Ward M. Grant {p. 114) and Mary A. McKay. 

Refine John Grant (1558,2310) b. Winchester, Oct. 24, 1861 ; m. Win- 
sted. May 16, 1883, Clara Louise Skewes [b. Chatham, Nov. 18, 1864; 
dau. of Francis H. Skewes and Maria Louise Champlain]; res. West- 
field, Mass. (51 Orange St.); foreman of Woronoco St. R. R. car 
house. + 

Sarah Grant (1558,2311) b. Winsted, Feb. 13, 1865; m. W., Sep. 16, 
1883, Maurice Simon Pfseffiin [b. Torrington, Oct. 13, 1861; s. of 
Wm. Pfeefflin and Mary Coffee] ; res. W. ; wood-carver. + 



248 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

Joseph Dwight Grant (1558,2312) b. Winchester, Mch. 6, 1869 (1868); 
m. Winsted, Feb. 20, 1895, Mary A. Carroll, res. Riverton; farmer; 
constable, sheriff, collector, f 

Childreji of Moses Szveet {p. iif) ajtd E. M. Tilden. 

(Alonzo?) Sweet (1558,3100) d. inf. 

Laura Sweet (1558,3101) b. Byron, Wis., Apr. 17, i860; m. Mch. 
18, 1885, E. D. Merrill [b. Oak Field, Wis., Apr. 8, 1863; s. of Wm. 
Merrill and M. M. Avery] ; res. Oak Center, Wis. ; farmer. + 
Children of Sum7ier B. Sweet {p. 11^) and Elizabeth Evans. 

Alvin Benedict Sweet (1558,3110) b. Byron, Wis., July 8, 1848; m. 
Ashland, Wis., Sep. 6, 1891, Emma Lewis [b. Necedah, Wis., Jan. 
18, 1870; dau. of Geo. W. Lewis and Hattie Bronson]; res. Minocqua, 
Wis.; physician; M.D. Chicago Homoeopathic Med. Coll. 1887; 
Hahnemann Med. Coll. 1888; health officer. + 

Lois Josephine Sweet (1558,3111) b. Byron, Wis., Jan. 17, 1852; m. 
B,, Nov. 15, 1876, Michael Vandervoort, of Eden, Wis. [b. Beek- 
mantown, N. Y., Aug. 24, 1838; s. of Peter Vandervoort and Maria 
Bartlett]; res. Guthrie, Ok. (118 N. istSt.); form. E., Vandervoort, 
S. D., and Thorpe, Clarke Co., S. D. ; physician and dealer in lum- 
ber and real estate ; M.D. Hahnemann Med. Coll. of Chicago 1868; 
pres. of pension examining board of G.+ 

Margaret Rebecca Sweet (1558,3112) b. Byron, Wis., Nov. 9, 1857; 
d. B., June 7 (9), 1893; m. B., July 22, 1876, Wm. Henry Willson, s. 
of Joseph Willson and Ann Worthing; res. B. ; wid. res. Fond du 
Lac, Wis. ; physician. + 

John Sweet (1558,3113) b. Byron, Wis., June 26, i860; d. Dec. i860. 

Fannie Mary Sweet (1558,3114) b. Byron, Wis., Dec. 23, 1861; d. s. 
p. B., May 2 (22), 1891; m. B., Oct. 26 (25), 1885, Stewart Conover 

[b. Plymouth, Wis., a. 1861; s. of Hiram Conover; m. (2) ]; 

res. B. ; cheese manufacturer and salesman. 

Children of Caroline M. Grant {p. 11 j) and diaries B. Merrill, 

Charles B. Merrill (1558,3200) b. Nov. 29, 1855; res. N. Y. C. (102 
E. 90th St.); bookkeeper.! 

Carrie Louise Merrill (1558,3201) b. Waterbury, Mch. 9, 1858; m. W., 
Aug. 28, 1879, Geo. Lewis Peck [b. N. Y. C, Nov. 24, 185 1; s. of Wm. 
Lewis Peck and Hannah M. Purdy]; res. New Haven; insurance and 
real estate agent. + 

Freddie Merrill (1558,3202) b. Waterbury, Sep. 16, i860; d. W., Sep. 
9, 1861. 

Children of Marietta S. Grant {p. iij) and John Kerley. 

Giles Phelps Kerley (1558,3210) b. Waterbury, Oct. 16, 1851; d. W., 
Jan. 25, 1855. 

George Grant Kerley (1558,3211) b. Waterbury, July 14, 1855; d. 
W., June 17, 1863. 

Children of Moses F. Grant (/. 7/5) and Mary A. Gilbert. 
Sarah Ann Grant (1558,3500) b. Norfolk, June 25, 1856; d. unm. N., 
May 26, 1882; res. N, 



EIGHTH GENERATION. 249 

Lillie Elizabeth Grant (i558,35oi)b. Norfolk, Oct. i6, 1858; res. N. 
Harry Moses Grant (1558,3502) b. Norfolk, Sep. 4, 1861; d. N., 
July 25, 1881, 

Children of Mary J. Grant [p. ii§) and Edward Manchester. 

"Wilbur Grant Manchester (1558,3520) b. Winsted, July 29, i860; m. 
Winchester, Nov. 24, 1885, Emma Elizabeth Meacham [b. Hopkin- 
ton, N. Y., Nov. 28, 1862; dau. of Chas. Edwin Meacham and Mary 
Alzina Sheldon] ; res. Winsted ; form. Putnam Co., Fla. ; lawyer; form, 
orange grower; LL. B. Yale Univ. 1896. + 

George Elbert Manchester (1558,3521) b. Winsted, July 12, 1862; 
res. W.f 

Manchester (1558,3522) d. 

Harry Grant Manchester (1558,3523) res. Winsted; farmer.f 

Irving Edward Manchester (1558,3524) b. Winsted, July 18, 1870; m. 
Brooklyn, N. Y., Nov. 25, 1896, Emily Gallup Haigh [b. N. Y. C, 
Apr. 2, 1875; dau. of Joseph Lloyd Haigh and Eliza V. Haley]; res. 
W. (Sta. A.) ; editor of W. Evening Citizen; form, agent of National 
Life Ins. Co. and farmer; B.S. Wesleyan Univ. 1896.+ 

Child of Sarah E. Grant {p. 116) and George Johnson. 

George Johnson (1558,3540) res. Torrington.f 

Children of Miles E. Grant {p. 116) and Annie B. Homan. 

Ella May Grant (1558,3570) b. Dec. 12, 1875; res. Torrington.f 

Walter Estabrook Grant (1558,3571) b. May 19, 1877. 

Edith Maude Grant (1558,3572) b. June 7, 1884. 

George Moses Grant (1558,3573) b. Feb 11, 1886. 

Child of Garry Grant {p. 116) and Ellen E. Phelps. 

Garry Burton Grant (1558,3900) b. Grantville, Nov. 7, 1872; m. Oct. 
16, 1895, Ruth Elisabeth Pixley [b. Great Barrington, Mass., Apr. 

26, 1875 ; dau. of Edward Pixley and Mary ] ; res. G. ; farmer. + 

Children of Levi Grant {p. 116) and Liicinda O. Tryon. 

Frances Augusta Grant (1558,4000) b. Milwaukee, Wis., June 16, 1844, 
ni. (i) Beloit, Wis., May 24, 1861, Luther Goodrich [b. Elmira, N. 
Y., May 5, 1837; d. Augusta, Ga., Aug. 1863; s. of John Goodrich 

and Martha ; artist; served in Union Army]; m. (2) Newark, 

Wis., Jan. 29, 1866, Jas. Giberson [b. Prince Edwards Co., Canada, 
Nov. 18, 1835; s. of William Giberson and Polly Osborn; wheel- 
wright and carpenter]; res. Lake Geneva, Wis. (Box 513); form. 
Chicago, 111. ; she is a dressmaker; S. S. teacher in M. E. ch. since 
1882, steward; treas. of W. C. T. U. ; ist vice-pres. of Needle- 
woman's Guild and of Memorial Asso.$+ 

Harvey N. Grant (1558,4001) b. Milwaukee, Wis., Dec. 11, 1847; 
m. Harvard, 111., Nov. 9, 1882, Addie L. Wilkinson [b. H., Dec. 10, 
1852; dau. of Burros Wilkinson and Hersy Badger]; res. Lake Ge- 
neva, Wis. ; furniture merchant and undertaker. + 

Luda Alma Grant (1558,4002) b. Newark, Wis., Jan. 20, 1862; m. 
Lake Geneva, Wis.. Aiig. 12, 1884, Frederick Wm. Sadler, of N. Y. 
[b. Birmingham, Eng. ; s. of Wm. Henry Sadler and Maria Annie 



250 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

Green]; res. Canandaigua, N. Y. ; form. Elgin, 111.; dairy; form, 
real estate. + 

Leander Ulysses Stanley Grant (1558,4003) b. Lake Geneva, Wis., 
May 22, 1865; d. Denver, Col., Aug. 22, 1895; m. Ireland, Ind., 
July 8, 1889, Ida Maude Banner [b. Lacygne, Kan., Nov. 8, 1872; 
dau. of Tilman Joseph Banner and Louisa M. Hopkins] ; res. B. ; 
wid. res. Ireland, Ind.; electrician. + 

CJiildren of Riiluf Grant (/. 116) and Catharine Durkee. 
Adella Grant (1558,4010) b. Sep. 24, 1849; m. Robt. Lindon; res. 
Rockford (Charles City, New Hampton), lowa.f 

Emma Grant (1558,4011) b. Aug. 3, 1851; d. Waupun, Wis., Feb. 
14, 1876; m. Ed. Stanton, of W. ; only child d. 

CJiildren of Raphael Grant (/. 116) and Caroline E. Couch. 
Emogene Victoria Grant (1558,4020) b. Green Lake, Wis., Aug. 9, 
1847; m. Rochester, Minn., Feb. 17, 1869, Wm. Henry Whitman [b. in 
N, Y. , Jan. i, 1839; s. of Chas. Smith Whitman]; res. Redwood Falls, 
Minn. ; form. Cascade, Minn. ; farmer, and stock and wheat buyer. + 
Ernaldo Couch Grant (1558,4021) b. Green Lake, Wis., June 18, 
1849; m. Wentworth, S. B., Nov. 20, 1882, Mary Maria Fry [b. 
Baraboo, Wis., Bee. 18, 1866 ; dau. of Isaiah Fry and Elanah Wilson] ; 
res. Fern Hill, Wash. ; farmer; Ripon C0II.+ 

Charles Herbert Grant (1558,4022) b. Ripon, Wis., Jan. 6, 1864; m. 
Brookings, S. B., Oct. i, 1884, Allie May Haines [b. Mankato, Minn., 
May 28, 1865; dau. of Jas. Smith Haines and Amelia Calista Oat- 
man]; res. Fern Hill, Wash.; R. R. conductor. + 
Children of Harvey F. Grant [p. 116) and Elisabeth M. Randall. 
Lillian Soseltha Grant (1558,4030) b. Nepenskun, Wis., Bee. 29, 
1848; m. N., Mch. 8, 1870, Truman Burress McClellan [b. Wabash, 
Ind. ; s. of Thos. McClellan and Mary Wilson] ; res. Edgar, Neb. ; 
form. Berlin, Wis. ; stock dealer; mayor of E.+ 

Cora Adelaide Grant (1558,4031) b. Berlin, Wis., Bee. 8, 1850; d. 
Hastings, Neb., Feb. 12, 1885; m. B., Sep. 12, 1876, Chas. Fox; res. 
H.; artist. + 

Eva Laura Grant (1558,4032) b. Berlin, Wis., Sep. 8, 1852; m. (i) 
B., Sep. 9, 1873, Josiah Moulthrope Simpson [b. Albion, N. Y. , Jan. 
I, 1844; d. Chicago, 111., Aug. 8, 1889; s. of Walter Simpson and 
Jane Moulthrope]; m. (2) Seattle, Wash., Jan. 4, 1892, Ralph Cleave- 
land Gill [b. Watertown, Wis., Mch. 27, 1864; s. of Chas. Rice Gill 
and Ada ]; res. S. ; form. C. ; Mr. S. was a mechanical en- 
gineer; Mr. G. is a lawyer; Law Univ. of Madison, Wis. + 

Clarence Frederick Grant (1558,4033) b. Berlin, Wis., May 27, 1859; 
res. Edgar, Neb. ; hotel keeper. 

Frank Harvey Grant (1558,4034) b. Berlin, Wis., Bee. 31, 1867; d. 
B., Sep. 30, 1869. 

Children of Lansing Grant {p. 116) and Elnia M. Gleason. 
Alice Grant (1558,4040) b. Green Lake, Wis. ; m. Philadelphia, Pa., 

Potter, who d. ; res. Houston, Tex.f + 

Burt Edward Grant (1558,4041) b. Green Lake, Wis., Sep. 13, 1854; 



EIGHTH GENERATION. 251 

m. St. Paul, Neb., May 15, 1883, Ida Frances Delhagen [b. Mountain 
View, N. J.; dau. of I. Delhagen and Lutitia Doremus] ; res. Caney, 
Kan.; farmer; Ripon C0II.+ 

Carrie Grant (1558,4042) b. Ripon, Wis., Mch. 25, 1856; d. Phila- 
delphia, Pa., Apr. 10, 1872. 

Myrtle Grant (1558,4043) b. Jan. i, 1858; d. Feb. 24, 1862. 

Elmer Grant (1558,4044) b. Ripon, Wis., Dec. 10, i860; d. Oshkosh, 
Wis., Mch. 20, 1878. 

Lina Grant (1558,4045) b. Ripon, Wis., May 28, 1865; d. Hammon- 
ton, N. J., Aug. 6, 1869. 

CJiildrcn of PJiilip N. Grant {p. 116) and Elizabeth Tryon. 

Grace Grant (1558,4050) b. Green Lake Prairie, Wis., Feb. 6, 1853; 
m. Rochester, Minn., Sep. 10, 1876, Leslie J. Hurlbut [b. G. L. P., 
Feb. 4, 1853; s. of Milo M. Hurlbut and Mary A. Thayer]; res. 
Rushford, Minn.; grain buyer; form, farmer; Ripon C0II.+ 

Ida May Grant (1558,4051) b. Green Lake Co., Wis., June 10, 1858; 
m. Burlington, Wis., Aug. 15, 1878, Edwin Robt. Parks [b. lona, 
Mich., Apr. 10, 1838; s. of Robt. Smith Parks and Sarah N. Pear- 
sail]; res. Oconto, Wis. ; civil engineer; private in U. S. A. 186 1-3, 
lieut. 1866-7 1. + 

Minnie Lee Grant (1558,4052) b. Rochester, Minn., Nov. 22, 1865; 
m. Lake Geneva, Wis., Dec. 28, 1887, Wm. A. Peterson [b. Milwau- 
kee, Wis., Sep. 25, 1863; s. of Payson Wells Peterson and Martha Big- 
elow]; res. Antigo, Wis. ; M. E. minister; printer 7 yrs. ; lecturer for 
L O. G. T. I yr. ; Beloit Coll. , Univ. of Wis. , Lawrence Univ. , LL. B. + 
Children of Charles Grant {p. iiy) and Mary E. CJinrcli. 

Ina Clara Grant (1558,4060) b. Ripon, Wis., May i, 1857; m. Went- 
worth, S. D., Oct. 21, 1881, Frank Newton Stewart [b. Geneseo, 111., 
Jan. 12, 1857; s. of Isaac Newton Stewart and Sylvia Patience 
Woodin] ; res. Tracy, Minn. ; asst. supt. of W. and S. P. R. R. + 

Major Alonzo Grant (1558,4061) b. Rochester, Minn., Sep. 28, 1862; 
m. Houston, Tex., Oct. 30, 1890, Henrietta Christine Nelson [b. 
New Orleans, La., June 10, 1865; dau. of John Nelson and Louisa 
Henkel]; res. H. (Box 79); form. Lake Co., S. D., and Redlands, 
Cal. ; court stenographer and dealer in bicycles and sporting goods; 
school trustee; sec'y of Co. Democratic executive committee. $+ 

Matie Maud Grant (1558,4062) b. Oronoco, Minn., Dec. 10, 1866; res. 
St. Paul, Minn. (Lowry Arcade); form. Redlands, Cal. ; trained nurse. 
Children of Henry Jay Grant (/. iij) and Aralin A. Daniels. 

Araline Augusta Grant (1558,4070) b. nr. Ripon, Wis., Nov. 6, 1853; 
m. Sisseton Agency, S. D., Sep. 12, 1889, Geo. Jones Jenkins [b. 
Cresco, Iowa, Mch. 20, 1856; s. of Col. Doran Jenkins and Narcissa 
Stipp]; res. Wilmot, S. D. ; vice-pres. of Sisseton State Bank; ch. 
steward, S. S. supt. ; bef. m. she taught among the Indians 1 1 yrs. 

Ella Marie Grant (1558,4071) b. Ripon, Wis., Mch. i, 1857; m. (i) 
Worthington, Minn., jfuly 3, 1879, Geo. Richard Ames [b. Mch. 7, 
1856; d. Mankato, Minn., Oct. 20, 1881; s. of Jonathan Ames and 
Amanda Thornton]; m. (2) Whitewood, S. D., Oct. 12, 1892, Peter 
Philip Vallery, who was b. in O., June 9, 1856; res. Snoma, S. D. ; 



252 THE GRANT FAMILY, 

form. M. ; Mr. A. was a bookkeeper and wheat inspector; Mr. V. is 
a farmer. + 

Florence Bell Grant (1558,4072) b. Ripon, Wis., Mch. 15, 1858; d. 
R., May 7, 1859. 

Will Everet Grant (1558,4073) b. Green Lake, Mmn., Mch. 19, 1859; 
m. June 8, 1897, Anna White [b. Deadwood, S. D., June i, 1880; 
dau. of Robt. White] ; res. Centennial, S. D. 

lone Grant (1558,4074) b. Apr. 17, i860; m. (Joseph?) Barlow; res. 

Ripon, Wis.f 

Mary Ann Grant (1558,4075) b. Rochester, Minn., July 17, 1862; d. 
R., Mch. I, 1864. 

Arthur F. Grant (1558,4076) b. Rochester, Minn., Aug. i, 1864; m. 
Jan. 13, 1892, Maude Arnott [b. Sacramento, Cal., Aug. i, 1872 ; dau. 
of Joseph Arnott and Annie Reade] ; res. Whitewood, S. D. ; farmer. + 

Frank Henry Grant (1558,4077) b. Rochester, Minn., May 10, 1866; 
d. R., Jan. 11, 1867. 

Child of John Grant (/. iij) and Ellen Norris. 

Florence Grant (1558,4080) b. July 8, 1870; res. Ripon, Wis.f 
Child of Francis P. Grant {p. iij) and Mary A. Bridges. 

Francesca Grant (1558,4090) b. Ripon, Wis., Aug. 17, 1873; m. 
Golden, Col., Apr. 7, 1892, Spencer Brown Hord [b. Perrysburg, O., 
May 24, 1870; s. of Jared Morgan Hord and Mary Elizabeth Brown]; 
res. Denver, Col.; record expert; Oberlin C0II.+ 

CJiildren of Ralph B. Phelps {p. iiy) and Sarah J. Whitby. 

William Harvey Phelps (1558,4120) b. Eastport, Me., May 13, 1850; 
m. Philadelphia, Pa., May 1874, Elizabeth Lyshom [b. Tamaqua, 
Pa., Sep. 24, 1850; dau. of John Jones Lyshom and Mary Howells]; 
res. Malvern, Pa. ; stationer and bookseller; vestryman of St. George 
P. E. Ch. of P. and Ch. of the Good Samaritan. + 

Maria Euphrasia Phelps (1558,4121) b. Gouverneur, N. Y., Mch. 29, 
1853; m. Lancaster, N. H., May 23, 1872, Skinner; sepa- 
rated 1891; res. Lynn, Mass. (21 Winter St.); she is a nurse. + 
Children of Leroy G. Armstrong (/. 777) and Sarah D. Bond. 

Charles Allen Armstrong (1558,4300) b. Lima, Wis., Nov. 30, 1862; 
m. Cortland, Neb., Mch. 5, 1890, Mary Ellen Sprague [b. Eagle, 
Wis., May 19, 1867; dau. of Wm. Bingham Sprague and Elizabeth 
Frances Haslehurst] ; res. Boscobel, Wis. ; physician; Milton Coll., 
Univ. of Wis., M.D. Rush Med. Coll. 1887; mayor; surgeon of Wis. 
Div. S of V. 5yrs.$+ 

George Grant Armstrong (1558,4301) b. Boscobel, Wis., July 16, 1868; 
m. Salt Lake City, Utah, Dec. 22, 1897, Mae Eckart [b. Oskaloosa, 
Iowa, Mch. 14, 1874; dau. of Isaac R. Eckart and Rebecca White] ; 
res. S. L. C. (360 First St.); lawyer; B.L. Univ. of Wis. 1891, 
LL.B. 1897.$ 

Gerta Armstrong (1558,4302) b. Mch. 26, 1873; d. Mch. 29, 1873. 

Grace Armstrong (1558,4303) b. Mch. 26, 1873; d. Mch. 29,1873. 
Child of Leroy G. Armstrong [p. iiy) and Rosena Baumeister. 

Archie Ames Armstrong (1558,4304) b. May 25, 1897. 



NINTH GENERATION. 

CIvAN A. 
CJiild of Joseph A. Hawkins {p. iig) and Submit French. 

Joseph Hawkins (1103,310,10). 

CJiildren of Laura A. Grant {p. iig) and Edivin Hiirlbiirt. 

Samuel Edwin Hurlbut (1103,314,20) b. E. Windsor, Aug. 27, 1845; 
m. (i) Nov. 24, 1867; m. (2) Jan. 12, 1882, Eva M. Hardy [b. Po- 
quonnock, July 23, 1859; dau. of Geo. Francis Hardy and Jane 
Smith]; res. Manchester; mechanic; Sergt. Co. H. ist Conn. Cav. 
in Civil War. 

Frank Henry Hurlburt (1103,314,21) b. S. Windsor, Jan. 9, 1848; 
m. Enfield, June 24, 1873, Angie Augusta Wilson [b. Mansfield, Feb. 
4, 1850; dau. of Augustus Collins Wilson and Angeline Mowry]; res. 
Middletown (238 High St.); form. Windsor and Hartford; mill- 
wright. + 

CJiildren of EtJian A. Grant {p. iig) and Margaret J. Hnll. 

Joseph Grant (1103,314,30) m. ; res. Sacramento, Cal. ; locomotive 
engineer, f 

Lizzie Grant (1103,314,31) m. 

Mary Grant (1103,314,32) m. 

Eugene Grant (1103,314,33). 

CJiildren of E))iily C. Grant {p. 120) and Auuni SJiinner. 

Roxie Maria Skinner (1103,314,40) b. Wapping, Mch. 25, 1848; d. 
Hartford, Dec. 13, 1873; m. W., May 8, 1866, Geo. Mack Perkins, of 
H. [b. E. Hartford; d. H., Nov. ,a. 1879, 3654]; res. H.; mechanic. + 

Albert James Skinner (1103,314,41) b. Wapping, Apr. 14, 1851; d. 
Pleasant Valley, Oct. 6, 1893; m. New Britain, Dec. 25, 1879, Ade- 
line Elizabeth (Hayes) Skinner [b. P. V., Jan. 27, 1846; dau. of 
Russell Hayes and Rhoda Smith; m. (i) Reville Skinner (d. ; s. of 
Hiram Skinner and Matilda Stiles) ; divorced; m. (3) Rockville, Dec. 
19, 1894, Wm. Ravey] ; res. P. V.; carpenter. + 

George Washington Skinner (1103,314,42) b. Wapping, Dec. 3, 1853; 
m. Norwich, Mch. 16, 1886, Ida Celestia Hodge [b. Glastonbury, 
June 2, 1868; dau. of Lyman Hodge and Ellen Patten]; res. W.; 
farmer. 

Bradford Ammi Skinner (1103,314,43) b. Wapping, Feb. 18, 1856; m. 
Manchester, June 20, 1882, Emma Jane Ames [b. M., Jan. 26, 1861; 
dau. of Jasper Ames and Margaret Jane Blaw] ; res. W. ; farmer. + 

Eleanor Abigail Skinner (1103,314,44) b. Wapping, Feb. 29, 1S60; m. 
Canterbury, July 4, 1882, George Washington Fernside [b. Plainfield, 
Sep. 14, i860; s. of John Henry Fernside and Thede Elizabeth 
Jacobs]; res. E. Hartford (5 Orchard St.); form. C, W., Norwich, 
and Stoughton, Mass. ; carpenter and farmer. 



254 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

Children of Franklin A. Grant {p. 120) and Harriet A. Forbes. 
Frank Albert Grant (1103,314,60) b. Middletown, Oct. 14, 1853; m. 
Hartford, Oct. 25, 1882, Fannie C. Lucas [b. E. Hartford, Jan. 3, 
1862; dau. of Geo. R. Lucas and Susan M. Chatfield] ; res. Rocky- 
Hill; bricklayer and plasterer; grand juror. 

Edwin Grant (1103,314,61) b. Middletown, Oct. (Sep.) i, 1855; d. 
M., June (May) 1856. 

Nellie Josephine Grant (1103,314,62) b. Wapping, June 7, 1858; res. 
Hartford (30 Washington St.); form. Middletown; nurse. $ 

Samuel Theodore Grant (1103,314,63) b. Windsorville, Feb. 13, 1861; 

m. Aug. 1884, Clara Samaria Loomis, of Andover; res. A.; farmer. f 

Charles Henry Grant (1103,314,64) b. Vernon, Feb. 6, 1865; m. 

Rocky Hill, Mch. (Apr.) 1888, Mary Cornish, of Glastonbury, who 

d. ; res. G. ; form. Milford, Mass.; drop-forger. f + 

Irene Grant (1103,314,65) b. Ellington, June 7, 1867; d. Windsor- 
ville, Oct. 26, 1867. 

Child of Jane Bretvster {p. 120) and Porter. 

Arthur Porter (1103,316,00) res. Coventry.f 

Child of Thomas S. Grant {p. 120) and Mary A. Pratt. 
Mary Elizabeth Grant (1103,317,00) b. Bristol, Aug. 24, 1858; m. 
S. Coventry, Oct. 2, 1888, Geo. Samuel Manley, of Windham [b. 
Columbia, July 17, 1855; s. of Jared Sylvester Manley and Celinda 
Lucina Barstow] ; res. W. ; farmer. + 

CJiildrcn of Sarah E. Grant {p. 120) and Lyman Cogswell. 
Frank Lyman Cogswell (1103,317,10) b. Manchester, June 5, 1852; 
m. Versailles, Oct. 24, 1874, Hattie Louise Ladd, dau. of Luther Ladd 

and Wealthy ; res. Stafford Springs; wool finisher and dyer.f + 

Henry James Cogswell (1103,317,11) b. Manchester, May 15, 1854; 
m. Munson, Mass., Nora Donahou; res. Hartford; watchmaker and 
jeweller.f + 

Sarah Angela Cogswell (1103,317,12) b. Manchester, Jan. 26, 1856; 
m. S. Coventry, Apr. 9, 1878, Edmund W. Crane [b. Windsor, Dec. 
15, 1848; s. of Edmund Crane and Lucy Webster]; res. New Haven 
(104 Kimberly Av.).+ 

George Lugene Cogswell (1103,317,13) b. Manchester, Oct. i, 1858; 
res. Philadelphia, Pa; wool finisher and dyer.* 

CJiildren of HannaJi S. Grant {p. 120) arid Henry H. Noble. 
Ella Sarepta Noble (1103,317,30) b. Mansfield, Sep. 6, i860; m. S. 
Coventry, June 6, 1883, Herbert Edgerton Loomis, of Coventry [b. 
C, Dec. 19, i860; d. S. C, Dec. 30, 1889; s. of Chas. Loomis and 
Frances Edgerton] ; res. S. C. ; mill engineer. 

Edward Harvey Noble (1103,317,31) b. Mansfield, Nov. 3, 1867; res. 
Wales, Mass.; wool-worker. f 

William Henry Noble (1103,317,32) b. Mansfield, Nov. 2, 1869; m. 
Columbiaville, Mich., Jan. 16, 1892, Edith A. Garnsey, dau. of Henry 
Garnsey; res. Wales, Mass.; wool-worker. *+ 

Ernest Lyman Noble (1103,317,33) b. Mansfield, Nov. 28, 1873; res. 
S. Coventry.f 



NINTH GENERATION. 255 

Children of Naomi Ryder {p. 121) and Eben F. Hickok. 

Edward Pearl Hickok (1103,320,10) b. Jefferson, O., Sep. 19, 1828; 
m. J., Jan. 3, 1850, Mary Amelia Green [b. Perry, N. Y., Nov. 28, 
1835; dan. of Willard Green and Esther Stevens]; res. J.; farmer; 
ch. sec'y, treas., dea. , trustee. + 

Ellen Louisa Hickok (1103,320,11) b. Jefferson, O., May i, 1834; d. 
Painesville, O., Nov. 28, 1884; m. J., Sep. 18 (16), i860, Zalmon 
Fitch Casterline [b. Bazetta, O., July 20, 1832; s. of Joel Casterline 
and Letitia Baldwin]; wid. res. Cortland (P.), O. ; druggist. + 

Eliza Amelia Hickok (1103,320,12) b. Jefferson, O., Aug. 14, 1835; 
m. J., Sep. 27, i860, Nelson Oakes Lee [b. Rose, N. Y., Sep. 12, 
1832; s. of John Wesley Lee and Philura Wells]; res. Painesville, 
O. ; druggist (retired) ; ist lieut. in militia; member of school board 
and council; ch. clerk. + 

Children of Henry G. Ryder {p. 121) and Ann Freneh. 

Henry Martyn Ryder (1103,320,30) b. Austinburg, O., Jan. 14, 1836; 
d. unm. Georgetown, Va. , Sep. 25, 1863; res. Jefferson, O. ; operated 
a saw-mill; ist Lieut. Co. C. 29th O. V. L 

Annette Ryder (1103,320,31) b. Mch. 3, 1837; m. Oct. 1870, C. C. 
Lukens; res. Chattanooga, Tenn.f 

Cecil Samuel Ryder (1103,320,32) b. Aug. 14, 1838; m. Nov. 1861; 
res. Jefferson, O.f 

Brainard Francis Ryder (1103,320,33) b. Austinburg, O., Nov. 25, 
1839; m. A., Nov. 29, 1866, Laura Dean, who was b. Cheshire Co., 
N. H. ; res. A. ; farmer. + 

Mary Louise Ryder (1103,320,34) b. Mch. 12, 1841; m. Dec. 1873, J. 
Rush King; res. Lenox, O.f 

Alfred Boynton Ryder (1103,320,35) b. Austinburg, O., May 9, 1844; 
d. unm. Chattanooga, Tenn., Sep. 7, 1864; government guard at C. 

Helen Marilla Ryder (1103,320,36) b. Austinburg, O., May 9, 1844; 
m. A., Oct. 24, 1866, Theodore L. French [b. A., Aug. 24, 1834; s. 
of Joseph French and Lucinda Todd] ; res. A. ; farmer and stock 
dealer. + 

Emily Cleora Ryder (1103,320,37) b. Nov. 14, 1845; m. Mch. 1867, 
Cyrus A. Green; res. Austinburg, O.f 

Charlotte Elizabeth Ryder (1103,320,38) b. Apr. 14, 1847; d. Aug. 
1888; m. Feb. 1868, Henry C. Chaffee; res. Manhattan, Kan.+ 
Children of Lydia Ryder {p. 121) and Durlin IV. Hickok. 

Henry Fitch Hickok (1103,320,40). 

Jane Elizabeth Hickok (1103,320,41). 

Brayton Samuel Hickok (1103,320,42) b. Jefferson, O., Jan. 16, 1853; 
m. J., Apr. 22, 1877, Belle May Stevens [b. J. ; dau. of Charles Ste- 
vens and Sarah Loomis]; res. J.; farmer; i4yrs. locomotive fireman 
and engineer, P. R. R.+ 

Children of Frederick Ryder (/. 12 i). 

Mary T.Ryder (1103,320,50) m. Bennett; res. Superior City, 

Wis.f 

Edward Ryder (1103,320,51) d. ; res. N. Y. C. 



256 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

Children of Betsey B. Ryder (/. 121) and John M. Walker. 

Emma Walker (1103,320,60) b. Jefferson, O., Nov. 2, 1846; m. 
Aiistinburg", O., May 18, 1883, John Henry Billyard [b. A., May 18, 
1851 ; s. of Thos. Billyard and Ann Ulzeat]; res. Perry, O. ; teacher. 

Frances Helen Walker (1103,320,61) b. Jefferson, O., Aug. 25, 1853; 
m. Austinburg, O., Feb. 24, 1881, Frederic Eugene Fassett [b. Ash- 
tabula, O., June 10, 1843; d. Ashtabula, O., Nov. 28, 1889; s. of 
Silas Smith Fassett and Emeline Crosby]; res. Ashtabula; form. 
Austinburg; florist. + 

Children of Emeline Ryder{p. 121) and Frederick B. Pierce. 

Edgar Patterson Pierce (1103,320,70) b. 1847; d. Sep. 30, 1897; res. 
Crookston, Minn. ; lawyer. 

Nettie Naomi Pierce (1103,320, 71) b. 1849; m. 1884, Edward M. 
Goldberg; res. Kirksville, Mo.f 

Children of Clarissa A. Hurlburt [p. 121) and Benjamin Norris. 

Norris (1103,324,00) d. inf. 

Emory Goodwin Norris (1103,324,01) res. Mesopotamia, O.f 
CJiildrcn of Louisa Hurlburt (/. 121) and Sweeny C. Freer. 

Hamline Hurlburt Freer (1103,324,10) b. Ellsworth, 0.,Sep. 9, 1845; 
m. Maquoketa, Iowa, Dec. 22, 187 1, Mary Louisa Markle, who was 
b. Dundas, Canada; res. Mt. Vernon, Iowa; form. Vinton, Iowa; 
prof, of pedagogics and political economy in Cornell Coll. ; form, 
dealer in agricultural implements; B.S. Cornell Coll. 1869, M.S. 1878, 
A.B. 1880, A.M. 1883; fellow in Univ. of Chicago 1892-3. + 

Mary Louise Freer (1103,324,11) b. Chardon, O., Nov. 3, 1850; m. 
Vinton, Iowa, Nov. 6, 1873, Stephen Asbury Marine [b. Randolph 
Co., Ind., June 30, 18 — ; s. of Wm. Tally Marine and Mary Wil- 
liams]; res. Mason City, Iowa; B.S. Cornell Coll. 1872, M.S. 1875. + 

Children of Beldcn G. Hurlbiirt [p. 122) and Caroline DeLany. 

Josephine Louisa Hurlburt (1103,324,20) b. Nauvoo, 111., May 22, 
1851; d. Sutter Co., Cal, Mch. 1863. 

Glendora Albina Hurlburt (1103,324,21) b. Sutter Co., Gal., Feb. 27, 
1854; m. Rohnerville, Cal., June 29, 1874, Frank Augustus Pedlar 
[b. Grant Co., Wis., Apr. i, 1850; s. of Jonah Pedler and Sarah 
Paul]; res. San Francisco, Cal. (711 Capp St.); clerk in U. S. Mint 
since 1889; teacher 12 yrs., fruit grower and packer 1886-91; A.B. 
Hesperian Coll. 1871; alderman, postmaster; S. S. supt. 1869-95, 
ch. trustee and steward 1874-96. + 

Lovaria Estella Hurlburt (1103,324,22) b. Sutter Co., Cal., Oct. 9, 
1855; d. Dec. 7, 1858. 

Walter Alonzo Hurlburt (1103,324,23) b. Sutter Co., Cal., Sep. 13, 
1859; res. Capitola, Cal.f 

Belden Goodwin Hurlburt (1103,324,24) res. Camp Grant, Cal.f 

Children of lidzvard G. Hurlburt {p. 122) and Jane E. Babcock. 

Frank Lincoln Hurlburt (1103,324,40) d. 

Mary Luella Hurlburt (1103,324,41) b. Hartsgrove, O., Apr. 5, 1855; 
m. H,, Aug. 5, 1875, Elbert Leroy Lampson [b. Windsor, O., July 



NINTH GENERATION. 257 

30, 1852; s. of Chester Lampson and Emerette Griswold]; res. 
Jefferson, O. ; she was editor of J. Gazette 6 mos, ; dea. ; pres. of N 
P. W. C. T. U.+ 

Martha Jane Hurlburt (1103,324,42) d. ae 5 yrs. 

Clara Maria Hurlburt (1103,324,43) m. Davis; res. Buffalo 

Center, Iowa, f 

John Erastus Hurlburt (1103,324,44) b. Hartsgrove, O., July 29, 
1864; m. Ashtabula, O., Dec. 30, 1890, Jessie Winslow [b. H., Apr. 
29, 1868; dau. of Geo. Ambrose Winslow and Julia Hubbard]; res. 
Jefferson, O. ; banker; town clerk, clerk of board of education; ch. 
steward and trustee, S. S. supt. + 

Edward Hurlburt (1103,324,45) res. Jefferson, O.f 

Lucy Hurlburt (1103,324,46) d. 

Ward Edward Hurlburt (1103,324,47) res. Hartsgrove, O.f 

CJiildren of Russell H. Hurlburt {p. 122) and Celia A. Latimer. 

Jane Elizabeth Hurlburt (1103,324,50) b. Saybrook, O., Oct. 10, 1852 ; 
d. Cleveland, O., Jan. 13, 1859. 

Lillian Jeannette Hurlburt (1103,324,51) b. Ashtabula, O., Nov. 24, 
1854; m. Youngstown, O., July 26, 1876, Wm. Wesley Gist, D.D. 
[b. Starr, O., Feb. 28, 1849; s. of Chas. Wesley Gist and Malinda 
Wilson]; res. Osage, Iowa; form. Marion, Iowa; pastor of Cong, 
churches in M. and O. ; she grad. 111. Fem. Coll. 1875. 

RoUo Franklin Hurlburt (1103,324,52) b. Cleveland, O., Dec. 13, 
1859; m. Oscaloosa, Iowa, Dec. 23, 1885, Mary Blair [b. Hope, N. 
J. ; dau. of Wm. Blair and Henrietta Halsey]; res. Burlington, Iowa 
(421 Court St.); form. Epworth, Iowa; pastor of First M. E. Ch. ; 
A.B. Cornell Coll. 1882, A.M. 1885; Ph.D. Boston Univ. 1896.$+ 

Annie Almira Hurlburt (1103,324,53) b. Youngstown, O., July 20, 
1863; d. Sharon, Pa., Feb 20 (19), 1870. 

Maude Louise Hurlburt (1103,324,54) b. Sharon, Pa., Dec. 15, 1871; 
m. Marion, Iowa, May 15, 1895, Schuyler Emory Green [b. Delmar, 
Iowa, Nov. 15, 1871; s. of Harry H. Green and Mary M. Bennett]; 
res. Osage, Iowa; druggist. 

Minnie June Hurlburt (1103,324,55) b. Willoughby, O., June 10, 
1875; d. Marion, Iowa, Dec. 26, 1878. 
Childof JehielB. Hurlburt {p. 122) and Eliza [McFarland) Bushnell. 

Luman J. Hurlburt (1103,324,60) b. Cherry Valley, O., 1859; d. 
Boone, Iowa, 1861. 

C/iildrefi of Jehiel B. Hurlburt {p. 122) and Sarah A. Lloyd. 

Annah Leverie Hurlburt (1103,324,61) b. Luther, Iowa, Sep. 15, 
1861 ; m. L., Edwin Moss [b. L. ; s. of James E. Moss and Martha 
Luther]; res. L. ; farmer; Cornell Coll. + 

Charles S. Hurlburt (1103,324,62) b. Geneva, O., Oct. 1864; d. 1876. 

Myra L. Hurlburt (1103,324,63). 

Jay Burdett Hurlburt (1103,324,64) b. Luther, Iowa, Dec. 26, 1868; 
res. L. ; farmer; Simpson Coll. 

Gracie Hurlburt (1103,324,65). 

Lillian L. Hurlburt (1103,324,66). 



258 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

Children of Henry C. Hurlbnrt (/. 122) and Laura C. Worthen. 

Clarissa Hurlburt (1103,324,70) b. Ashtabula Co., O., Mch. 10, 1851 ; 
d. Mch. 21, 1 85 1. 

John Worthing Hurlburt (1103,324,71) b, Hartsgrove, O., Aug. 10, 

1852; m. Aug. 20, 1876, Ursula Jane , who was b. Uniopolis, 

O., Aug. 26, 1857; res. U. ; physician; grad. Homoeopathic Hospital 
Coll. of Cleveland, O., 1877, and Chicago Med. Coll. 1898; Surgeon 
Wapakanetta Light Cav. in Spanish War 1898; pres. of school board 
since 1892; prominently identified with educational affairs; fellow 
of Hahnemann Med. Soc. of 0.$+ 

Elizabeth Hurlburt (1103,324,72) b. Hartsgrove, O., Sep. 10, 1854; 
m. Morgan Sexon; res. Bloomington, Kan.; farmer. f-t- 

Henry Roscoe Hurlburt (1103,324,73) b. Luther, Iowa, Oct. 8, 1862; 
m. Laura Conn; res. Bloomington, Kan.; stock dealer. f + 

Cliildre)i of Ruth M. Hurlburt {p. 122) and Benjamin F. Seaton. 

Carrie Seaton (1103,324,80) b. Massillon, O., Oct. 8, 1854; d. unm. 
Marion, Iowa, Feb. 6, 1885; artist. 

Mary Goodwin Seaton (1103,324,81) b. May 17, 1856 ; d. s. p. Marion, 
Iowa, Apr. 27, 1895; m. Mch. 1878, L. M. Lillis [b. Damariscotta, 
Me., 1853; s. of Wm. B. Lillis and Abby H. Vannah]. 

Anna Ruth Seaton (1103,324,82) b. Massillon, O., July 30, 1859; res. 
Marion, Iowa; bookkeeper and saleslady in millinery store several yrs.f 

Fannie Louise Seaton (1103,324,83) b. Marion, Iowa, Dec. 21, 1863; 
m. M., Sep. 9, 1885, Norman Elihu Ives [b. M., Apr. 2, 1853; s. of 
Norman Ives and Hannah Gray]; res. Chicago, 111. (4756 Prairie 
Av.); special pension examiner since 1888; form. dep. sheriff and 
postmaster; Cornell Coll.; admitted to the bar; she attended Cor- 
nell Coll. 1881-2; teacher and sec'y of M. E. S. S.$+ 

Frank Hurlburt Seaton (1103,324,84) b. Marion, Iowa, Apr. 3, 1865; 
d. unm. M., July 30, 1895; Cornell Coll. 

Grace Seaton (1103,324,85) b. Marion, Iowa, Dec. 2, 1872; m. Sep. 
5, 1894, Leslie C. Bolton, s. of Jas. Bolton and Anna McMains; res. 
Oskaloosa, Iowa; lawyer; Notre Dame Coll., grad. Cornell Coll. 
1893; she attended Cornell Coll.f + 

C/iild of David E. Hurlburt {p. 122) and Lucy Babcock. 
David Guy Hurlburt (1103,324,90) b. Hartsgrove, O., Nov. 20, 1868; 
res. Chicago, 111. (588 E. 60th St.); principal of Pierpont, O., High 
School; Ph.B. Univ. of Chicago, 1898. 

Child of Rachel Higley [p. 122) and Ebenezer Nye. 
Alice Nye (1103,326,00) b. June 8, 1850; m. Theron Ludington, of 
Goshen. 

Children of Betsey Higley {p. I2j). 

Ella (1103,326,40) m. Stafford; res. Hampden, O.* 

Florence (1103,326,41) m. Stafford; res. Cleveland, O.f 

Children of David Crane [p. i2j) and Katherine Callahan. 

George Edward Reed Crane (1103,342,10) b. Wethersfield, Aug. 9, 
1863; res. W. ; farmer. 



NINTH GENERATION. 259 

Edith Crane (1103,342,11) b. Wethersfield, Apr. 14, 1866; res. New- 
ington. 

Harry Wesley Crane (1103,342,12) b. Wethersfield, Dec. 11, 1868; 
res. W. ; postmaster since 1893.$ 
Children of Elizabeth A. Grant {p. I2j) and George L. Markham. 

LaFayette Markham (1103,350,00) b. Erie, Pa., Aug. 5, 1841; m- 
Rockford, 111., Nov. 25, 1870, Hattie Amelia Bullard [b. Holyoke, 
Mass., Feb. 15, 1851; dau. of J as. Millard Bullard and Mary Cook]; 
res. Chicago, 111. (730 S. Halsted St.); coal merchant; form, butcher 
and wood-worker; served in Civil War 186 1-5. + 

Emeretta Markham (1103,350,01) b. Buffalo, N. Y., Mch. 1845; m, 
Medina, N. Y., a. 1863, Alfred Cook; res. Chicago, 111. (4317 Cham- 
plain Av.) ; carpenter, f 

Children of Horace L. Grant (/. I2f) and Mary C. Bowen. 

Flora Jane Grant (1103,350,20) b. Paines Pt, 111., May 23, 1859; m- 

P. P., Aug. 18, 1886, Jay R. Mershon, s. of Mershon and 

Louise Hewett; res. Stillman Valley, 111. ; merchant; she grad. Mt. 
Morris Coll. 1882.! 

Willis Sydney Grant (1103,350,21) b. Paines Pt, 111., June 30, 1861; 
m. P. P., Sep. 13, 1882, Blanche Slagle [b. Feb. i, 1864; dau. of 
Chas. Slagle and Malinda Eyster] ; res. Pine Rock, Ogle Co., 111.; 
farmer; grad. Mt. Morris Coll. 1881. 

George Lumis Grant (1103,350,22) b. Paines Pt. , 111., Feb. 28, 1867; 
m. Rockford, III, Apr. 29, 1891, Dora Elizabeth Rice [b. Whiterock, 
111., May I, 1867 ; dau. of Edwin Rice and Emma Eyester]; res.W. ; 
farmer, f 

Ealph Allen Grant (1103,350,23) b. Paines Pt, 111., Mch. 25, 1882; 
d. inf. 

Children of Mary A. Grant {p. I2j) and William H. Parsons. 

Bertha Parsons (1103,352,40) b. Port Hope, Ontario, Jan. 5, 1882. 

Howard Grant Parsons (1103,352,41) b. Port Hope, -Ontario, Jan. 23, 
1884. 

Children of Mary Grant {p. 124) and Isaac B. Ostrom. 

Sarah Ann Ostrom (1103,353,10) b. Sidney, Ontario, Jan. 12, 1848; 
d. 1893; m. S., Sep. 23,^1872, Jas. Knox [b. S., Aug. 20, 1845; s. of 
Jas. Knox and Mary Smith]; res. S.+ 

Mary Emily Ostrom (1103,353,11) b. Sidney, Ontario, Sep. 6, 1849; 
m. S., Feb. 9, 1871, Francis Marvin Van Blaricom [b. Sophiasburgh, 
Ont., Nov. I, 1847; s. of David Van Blaricom and Sarah Giles]; 
res. Belleville, Ont.; farmer (retired). + 

Martha Maria Ostrom (1103,353,12) m. L. D. Elliott, of Sidney, On- 
tario; res. Belleville, Ont.f+ 

Children of Eliza Grant (/. 124) and Charles Monnteer. 

Hedley Vicars Mounteer (1103,353,40) b. Hope, Ontario, May 16, 
1857; m. Janetville, Ont., July 5, 1887, Annie Rehill [b. J., Mch. 7, 
1861; dau. of John Rehill and Mary Ann Jordan]; res. Cherry Val- 
ley, Ont; M. E. minister; Wesleyan Theol. Coll., McGill Univ.+ 



260 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

Albert Charles Mounteer (1103,353,41) b. Sep. 21, 1859; d. Apr. 16, 



i; 



Clara Elizabeth Mounteer (1103,353,42) b. Apr. 18, 1862; d. Oct. 2, 
1866. 

Children of Reuben C. Grant {p. 124) and Catharine M. Walker. 

Emma Catharine Grant (1103,353,80) b. Hope, Ontario, Mch. 27, 
1867; m. Thos. H. Follick, A.M.; res. St. Marys, Ont.f 

Walker John Grant (1103,353,81) b. Hope, Ontario, Sep. 21, 1868; 
m. Ella Maud Walker; res. Toronto, Ont.f 

Howard Naylor Grant (1103,353,82) b. Hope, Ontario, Mch. 3, 1872; 
res. Orillia, Ont.f 

Children of Edgerton R. Grant {p. 124) and Elizabeth Gny. 

Mary Emily Grant (1103,353,90) b. Port Hope, Ontario, May 12, 
1872; m. Philadelphia, Pa., Oct. 18, 1893, Edward Tiller Milbourn 
[b. nr. Hartly, Del., Sep. 16, 1871; s. of Thos. Henry Milbourn and 
Elizabeth Johnson]; res. P. (1623 Ellsworth St.); travelling sales- 
man ; form, bookkeeper and cashier. + 

Horace Edgerton Grant (1103,353,91) b. Port Hope, Ontario, Dec. 11, 
1873; d. Hartly, Del., Mch. 19, 1880. 

Annie Eliza Grant (1103,353,92) b. Hartly, Del., Mch. 11, 1880; d. 
Apr. 24, 1880. 

Reuben William Grant (1103,353,93) b. Hartly, Del., Jan. 27, 1882; 
d. H., Oct. 7, 1882. 

Nellie Jane Grant (1103,353,94) b. Hartly, Del., Dec. 6, 1885. 

Harry Guy Grant (1103,353,95) b. Hartly, Del., Sep. 8, 1889. 
Child of Sarah Grant {p. 124) and John Hale. 

Frank Whitney Hale (1103,354,10) b. Conneaut, O., Sep. 23, 1863; 
m. Nichols, N. Y., Jan. 24, 1883, Hattie Gertrude Latham [b. Spring- 
field, Mass., May 20, 1865; dau. of Almorin Sewel Latham and Mary 
Marsh]; res. Cleveland, O. (12 Hecker St.) ; telegrapher. + 

Children of James Grant {p. 124) and Sarah Guthrie. 

William Whitney Grant (1103,354,20) b. Conneaut, O., Aug. 16, 
1855; m. C, Oct. 10, 1886, Lydia Esther Jones [b. Westfield, N. Y., 

Jan. I, 1863; dau. of Paul Jones and Caroline ]; res. C. ; dep. 

collector of customs; form, sailor. + 

Jennie A. Grant (1103,354,21) m. Clark; res. Conneaut, O.f 

Children of Reuben Grant {p. 124) and Kate A. Nichols. 

John Elliot Grant (1103,354,40) b. nr. Locust Pt., O., Feb. 8, 1867; 
d. unm. Pt. Marblehead, Lake Erie, Sep. 10, 1887; master of vessel. 

Almond Whitney Grant (1103,354,41) b. nr. Locust Pt., O., Sep. 6, 
1869; m. Shepherdsville, Lucas Co., O., Mch. 11, 1891, Hattie Seam 
[b. in Germany; dau. of Frederick Seam]; res. S. (Trowbridge P. 
O.); fisherman. + 

Charles Elmer Grant (1103,354,42) b. nr. Locust Pt. , O., May 30, 
1874; res. Shepherdsville, Lucas Co., O. (Trowbridge P. O.) ; laborer. 

Reuben Ross Grant (1103,354,43) b. Port Clinton, O., June 25, 1879. 

Merton Alexander Grant (1103,354,44) b. Port Clinton, O., Aug. 27, 
1880. 



NINTH GENERATION. . 261 

Children of Adeline E. Grant {p. 12^) and John R. Steele. 

Emma Louise Steele (1103,355,20) b. Rochester, N. Y., July 18, 1849; 
m. Rochelle, 111., Sep. 10, 1872, Jas. Brundage [b. N. Urbana, N. 
Y. , Oct. 5, 1 841; s, of Jas. Brundage and Emily Fulsome]; res. 
Rochelle. 

John F. Steele (1103,355,21) b. Rochester, N. Y., Mch. 9, 1851; res. 
Parsons, Kan.f 

Mary Adelaide Steele (1103,355,22) b. Rochester, N. Y., Jan. 15, 1853; 
res. Rochelle, 111. ; teacher. 

Helen Letia Steele (1103,355,23) b. Paines Pt., Ill, Oct. 22, 1855; d. 
P. P., May 15, 1861. 

Oscar Freemont Steele (1103,355,24) b. Paines Pt., 111., May 15, 1857; 
d. P. P., May 14, 1861. 

Katie Blanche Steele (1103,355,25) b. Paines Pt., 111., June 4, 1859; 
d. P. P., May 7, 1863. 

Walter H. Steele (1103,355,26) b. Paines Pt, 111., Aug. 31, 1861; 
res. Horton, Kan.f 

Maude Isabella Steele (1103,355,27) b. Rochelle, 111., Jan. 23, 1863; 
res. R. ; teacher; Wellesley Coll. 

Minnie G. Steele (1103,355,28) b. Rochelle, 111., May 7, 1867; m. R,, 
Oct. 20, 1897, Arthur Burr Sheadle [b. Marion, Ogle Co., 111., Feb. 
26, 1864; s. of Robt. Walker Sheadle and Mary Catharine Harle- 
man]; res. R. 

Claude L. Steele (1103,355,29) b. Rochelle, 111., June 7, 1868; res. 
Parsons, Kan.f 

Child of Thomas P. Grant {p. Z2j) and Maria Lemen. 

Jennie Grant (1103,355,40) b. Lansing, Iowa, Jan. 31, 1862; m. L., 
Sep. 30, 1885, John Reed McKim [b. York Co., Pa., Sep. 30, 1858; 
s. of Ethan Allen McKim and Elizabeth McCollum]; res. Pittsburg, 
Kan. (410 W. Kan. Av.); form. Beatrice, Neb.; owner and operator 
of rolling mills (P. Modern Milling Co.) since 1889; supt. of schools. 
Red Oak, Iowa, and Lansing, Iowa, 1882-4; lumber merchant 1884-9; 
B.S. Iowa State Coll. 1882; in P. was pres. of board of education; 
dea. of Pres. ch. since 1891.$+ 

Children of Thomas P. Grant {p. 125) and Mary E. Ballard. 

Clara Ballard Grant (1103,355,41) b. Lansing, Iowa, Aug. i, 1869; 
m. L., Aug. 26, 1896, Delbert Orshun Lane [b. Jericho, Vt., May 
26, 1864; s. of Cyrus Clinton Lane and Evelyn Mears] ; res. Cherokee, 
Kan. ; Univ. of Wis. 1 890-1 ; taught 3 yrs. ; asst. postmaster at L. 4 
yrs. ; bookkeeper and proof reader in newspaper office i yr.$+ 

Charles Vining Grant (1103,355,42) b. Lansing, Iowa, Dec. 11, 1871; 
m. LaCrosse, Wis., Jan. 5, 1895, Amalie Aglais Condon [b. Chicago, 
111., Apr. 24, 1874; dau. of Richard Condon and Marie Amalie 
Sterling]; res. C. (182 N. Curtis St.); R. R. clerk since 1896; form, 
bookkeeper 2 yrs. and hotel clerk 4 yrs. ; private and officer in Kan. 
N. G. I yr. 

Mabel Tabitha Grant (1103,355,43) b. Lansing, Iowa, May 2, 1876; 
res. Pittsburg, Kan.; stenographer. 



262 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

Children of James L. Grant {p. i2j) and Harriet A. Slagle. 
Charles V. Grant (1103,355,70) b. Emerick, Neb., Apr. i, 1875. 
Howard B. Grant (1103,355,71) b. Emerick, Neb., June 29, 1876; 
res. Madison, Neb.f 

Edith Grant (1103,355,72) b. Emerick, Neb., Jan. 18, 1878. 
Paul L. Grant (1103,355,73) b. Emerick, Neb., June 11, 1880. 
Nellie E. Grant (1103,355,74) b. Emerick, Neb., July 22, 1882. 
James I. Grant (1103,355,75) b. Emerick, Neb., July 9, 1886. 

Children of Lucy A. Grant {p. 125) and William C. Brown. 

Jane Elizabeth Brown (1103,370,00) b. Ogdensburg, N. Y., Feb. 14, 
1858; m. Sandusky, O., Feb. 23, 1882, Richard Lee Howard, of 
Cambridge, Mass. [b. Columbus, O., Jan. 6, 1853; s. of Richard Lee 
Howard and Elizabeth Darling]; res. Aurora, 111. (223 Benton St.).+ 

William Clinton Brown (1103,370,01) b. Ogdensburg, N. Y., Dec. 8, 
i860; m. Prescott, Ontario, Oct. 26, 1892, Mary Kate Wiser [b. P., 
Sep. 18, 1870; dau. of John Philip Wiser and Emilie Godard]; res. 
N. Y. C. (Dongan Hills) ; general manager of sales with Henry R. 
Worthington, hydraulic machinery; M.E. Cornell Univ. 1881.$+ 

Children of Arthur M. Grant {p. i2§) and Mary Thomason. 
William Rollo Grant (1103,370,10) res. Salt Lake City, Utah.f 
Ella Mabel Grant (1103,370,11). 

Children of Ralph R. Grant {p. 126) and Annie L. Baker. 

Ralph Rollo Grant (1103,370,20) b. Sandusky, O., Apr. 22, 1880. 

Harold Egbert Grant (1103,370,21) b. Sandusky, O., Apr. i, 1882. 

William Carter Grant (1103,370,22) b. Paducah, Ky., Nov. 22, 1883. 

Arthur Morris Grant (1103,370,23) b. Salt Lake City, Utah, Mch. 30, 
1888. 

Holman Ulysses Grant (1103,370,24) b. Salt Lake City, Utah, July 
15, 1894; d. Dec. 4, 1894. 

Children of Luda W. Grant {p. 126) arid Benjamin T. Stephenson. 

Frederick Howe Stephenson (1103, 370,40) b. Jamaica Plain, Mass. , Oct. 
II, 1872; d. Waverley, Mass., Aug. 10, 1885. 

Harris Grant Stephenson (1103,370,41) b. Jamaica Plain, Mass., Apr. 
14, 1874; res. Dorchester, Mass. (5 Ware St.) ; salesman (dyestuffs 
and chemicals). 

Edith Alice Stephenson (1103,370,42) b. Brooklyn, N. Y.,Sep. 14,1878. 

Barton Kingman Stephenson (1103,370,43) b. Jamaica Plain, Mass., 
July 10, 1883. 

Benjamin turner Stephenson (1103,370,44) b. W. Medford, Mass.. 
Feb. 19, 1 886. 

Luda Marguerite Stephenson (1103,370,45) b. W. Medford, Mass., June 
5, 1887. 

Helen Claire Stephenson (1103,370,46) b. Waltham, Mass., Mch. 17, 
1890. 

CJiild of Sears H. Grant {p. 126 ) and Harriet E. Seely. 

John Seely Grant (1103,370,70) b. Ogdensburg, N. Y., Feb. 27, 1888. 



NINTH GENERATION. 263 

Children of Harriet A. Turner {p. 126) and James B. McConnell. 

JamesTurnerMcConnell (1103,371,20) b. Cleveland, O., June 26, 
1875; res. Strono^sville, O. ; in U. S. Civil Service; taught in public 
schools 5 yrs. ; Western Reserve Med. Coll. 1897-8; in hospital corps 
of 5th Inf. Regt. O. N. G. 

Ruth Hope McConnell (1103,371,21) b. Strongsville, O., June 13, 
1877; m. S., Sep. 10, 1897, Gilbert A. Davison. 

Agnes Hughenden McConnell (1103,371,22) b. Strongsville, O., June 
I, 1879. 

Leila Huntington McConnell (1103,371,23) b. Strongsville, O., Nov. 2, 
1881; d. S., Sep. 5, 1884. 

Edith Raymond McConnell (1103,371,24) b. Strongsville, O., Feb. 2, 
1887. 

Children of Lncinda M. Grant {p. 126) and Henry Anderson. 
Nettie Grant Anderson (1103,372,30) b. Conneaut, O., June 6, 1884. 
Anna Anderson (1103,372,31) b. Conneaut, O., Aug. 28, 1895. 

Child of Clara Grant [p. I2j) and Christopher H. France. 
Henry G. France (1103,380,00) b. Summit, Erie Co., Pa., June 14, 
1867; res. Erie, Pa.; journalist; form, carpenter, f 

Children of Abi Grant {p. 12'j) and William Baker. 

Jessie Jean Baker (1103,380,20) m. Peterson; res. Warren, Pa.f 

Kate Grant Baker (1103,380,21) res. Springcreek, Pa.f 
Bonnie Louise Baker (1103,380,22). 
Sarah Pet Baker (1103,380,23). 

Children of William C. Grant {p. i2y) and Harriet M. Egnor. 

Wilbur C. Grant (1103,381,00) d.+ 

Ida May Grant (1103,381,01) b. McKean, Pa., May 1856; d. M., 
Mch. 1859. 

Dora Belle Grant (1103,381,02) b. McKean, Pa., Apr. i, i860; m. 
Northeast, Pa., Aug. 2, 1884, Franklin John Ellis [b. Dyersville, 
Iowa, Jan. 24, 1857; d. Conneaut, O., Apr. 29, 1896; s. of Orson H. 
Ellis and Elizabeth Woodard] ; res. Erie, Pa. (144 W. i8th St.); 
form. C, ; compositor. + 

Albert Winfield Grant (1103,381,03) b. McKean, Pa., Nov. 25, 1868; 
m. Kansas City, Mo., Sep. 2, 1893, Cornelia Jane Linn [b. Chariton 
Co., Mo., Feb. 25, 1874; dau. of Wm. Linn and Martha Jane Ander- 
son]; res, E. Las Vegas, N. M. ; form. K. C. ; railroader.$ 

Children of Simeon S. Rockwell {p. 12^) and Martha K. Luther. 

Candace Ophelia Rockwell (1103,382,00) b. Summit, Erie Co., Pa,, 
Apr. 3, 1845; m. (i) S., Jan. i, 1866, Asa Oney, who d. Dunn Co., 
Wis., Dec. 1879; m. (2) Dunn Co., Sep. 30, 1884, Chas. J. Phillips; 
res. Connersville, Wis. + 

Celestia Amelia Rockwell (1103,382,01) b. Summit, Erie Co., Pa., 
Sep. 3, 1846; m. S., May 14, 1867, Joseph Henry Greenwood [b. 
Middleton, Lancashire, Eng. ; s, of Robt, Greenwood and Mary 
Naylor]; res. Limestone, N. Y. ; merchant; in Civil War in N, J. 
Inf , and i yr, in the navy. + 



264 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

Amanda Malvina Rockwell (1103,382,02) b. Apr. 2, 1848; d. Dec. 2, 

1875- 

William Luther Rockwell (1103,382,03) b. July 29, 1850; d. in Wis., 
July 24, 1855. 

George Pierce Rockwell (1103,382,04) b. Mch. 24, 1852; m. Mary 
Fox; res. Berrien Springs, Mich. ; farmer. f 

Lydia Dosha Rockwell (1103,382,05) b. Apr. 6, 1854; d. in Wis., Aug. 
I, 1855. 

Frank Albert Rockwell (1103,382,06) b. Dekorah, Col. Co., Wis., Aug. 
23, 1856; m. Summit, Erie Co., Pa., Sep. 20, 1877, Edna Hall, who 
was b. Crawford Co., Pa., Mch. 29, 1856; res. Erie, Pa. (857 E. 22d 
St.) ; form. S. in the homestead ; carpenter. + 

Childreti of Louisa Rockivell [p. 12'/) and Jo Jin Scdgzvick. 

Cassius M. Sedgwick (1103,382,10) b. Waterford, Pa., 1845; res. Chi- 
nook, Mont.; chil.f 

Theodosia C. Sedgwick (1103,382,11) b. Waterford, Pa., 1848; m. 
Union, Erie Co., Pa., Aug. 1867, Francis Garland [b. in England; 
d. W., 1890; s. of Wm. Garland and Elizabeth Lofe]; res. W.+ 

Lee A. Sedgwick (1103,382,12) b. Waterford, Pa., 1850; d. 1886; m. 
Smith ; chil. 

Frank Advis Sedgwick (1103,382,13) b. Waterford, Pa., 1853; m. Co- 
lumbus, Wis., Aug. 31, 1 88 1, Mary Leonora Maxwell [b. W., 1849; 

dau. of Sheldon Maxwell and Emeline ]; res. Clintonville, 

Wis. ; pharmacist ; Lafayette Coll. ; trustee of Cong. ch. 1 2 yrs. + 

Fleta Lydia Sedgwick (1103,382,14) b. Waterford, Pa. ; m. Wm. Plun- 
ket Maclay; res. Missoula, Mont.; farmer. + 

Child of Eliza Grant [p. 12"/) and Benjamin Rihlet. 

Riblet (1103,383,10) (s.), d. y. 

CJiild of Lucinda Grant {p. 12^) and Houghton. 

Munroe Houghton (1103,384,20). 

Child of Ellen Grant [p. 12"/) and Green. 

Scott Green (1103,384,40) res. Erie, Pa.f 
Children of Joseph B. Grant {p. 12'/) and MartJia K. Luther. 

Mattie Luther Grant (1103,385,00) b. McKean, Pa. Jan. 7, 1863; m. 
Arvonia, Kan., Aug. 22, 1889, Wm. Marion Headington [b. Mt. 
Vernon, O., Nov. 6, 1857; s. of Thompson P. Headington and Sarah 
Hardesty]; res. Moscow, Idaho; teacher; trustee of First Pres. Ch.+ 

Bayard Burnham Grant (1103,385,01) b. McKean, Pa., June 24, 1865 ; 
m. Olivet, Kansas., Apr. 17, 1895, Florence McGregor [b. Benning- 
ton, Ind., May 3, 1867; dau. of Thos. Britton McGregor and Dora 
Ann Sweezey]; res. Osage City, Kan. ; farmer and stock raiser. $+ 

Grace Fanny Grant (1103,385,02) b. Erie, Pa., Sep. 8, 1868; res. 
Osage City, Kan. ; teacher at Wallace, Idaho, since 1897. 

Malvina Gertrude Grant (1103,385,03) b. McKean, Pa., Oct. 7, 1870; 
res. Osage City, Kan.; teacher at Ottawa, Kan., since 1897. 

Ralph Rawle Grant (1103,385,04) b. McKean, Pa., Mch. 21, 1872; 
res. Osage City, Kan.; teacher. $ 



NINTH GENERATION. 265 

Aaron George Grant (1103,385,05) b. Arvonia, Kan., May lo, 1877; 
res. Osage City, Kan.; principal of Deadwood, S. D., High School 
since 1897; A.B. Kan. State Univ. 1896, A.M. 1897. 

Children of Fannie J. Grant {p. 128) and Hiram F. Riblet. 

Nettie Evelyn Riblet (1103,385,10) b. Erie, Pa., Jan. 23, 1859; m. 
Ft. Wayne, Ind., Nov. i, 1876, Maurice Jas. Lee [b. Crestline, O., 
Sep. 23, 1856; s. of Israel Lee and Rachel Leek]; res. F. W. ; ma- 
chinist. + 

Frank Elmer Riblet (1103,385,11) b. Erie, Pa., Feb. 21, 1862; m. E. 
Liverpool, O., Oct. 5, 1887, Hattie Newell Marks [b. Hancock Co., 
W. Va. , Aug. 31, 1865; dau. of Alfred Brunson Marks and Elizabeth 
Newell] ; res. Ft. Wayne, Ind. ; travelling salesman ; chorister. 
CJiildren of Sarah A. Grant [p. 128) and James P. Stanclijf. 

Ada Stancliff (1103,385,20) b. Erie Co., Pa. ; m. John Holder; res. 
Waterford, Pa.f 

Aggie Stancliff (1103,385,21) b. Erie Co., Pa.; m. Sherman Gilki- 
son; res. Waterford, Pa.f 

Children of Charlotte R. Grant {p. 12 8) and George J. Shepard. 

Ida Shepard (1103,385,40) b. Denmark, O., Jan. 30, 1867; d. Erie, 
Pa., May 22, 1886; member of Chestnut St. Pres. Ch. ; S. S. teacher. 

Frank Arthur Shepard (1103,385,41) b. Denmark, O., July 4, 1870; 
res. Erie, Pa. (130 W. i6th St.) ; in employ of L. S. and M. S. R. R. 

Edith Shepard (1103,385,42) b. Erie, Pa., Sep. 7, 1874; res. E. (130 
W. i6th St.). 

Children of Caroline Grant [p. 128) aitd Jason Woods. 

Harry Arthur Woods (1103,385,60) res. Waterford, Pa.f 

Hettie Woods (1103,385,61) res. Waterford, Pa.f 

Blanche Woods (1103,385,62) m. Orsborn; res. Waterford, Pa.f 

CJiild of Juliet Grant [p. 128) and John Craine. 

John Elmer Craine (1103,386,00) b. Cherrytree, Pa., Apr. 17, 1862; 
m. Philadelphia, Pa.; res, P. (3716 Wallace St.); engineer.f+ 
Children of Henrietta Grant [p. 128) and James McFadden. 

Elnora McFadden (1103,386,10) b. Cherrytree, Pa., Nov, 25, 1861; 
d. C, June 4, 1863. 

Jerome Manasses McFadden (1103,386,11) b. Cherrytree, Pa., June 
24, 1863; m. Mayville, N. Y., June 17, 1887, Mintia Stetson [b. 
Hydetown, Pa., Mch. 17, 1865; dau. of Spicer Stetson and Emily 
Spaulding]; res. H.+ 

Edward Martin McFadden (1103,386,12) b. Cherrytree, Pa., Mch. 18, 
1867; m. Titusville, Pa., Jan. 6, 1890, Delia Sibley [b. T., Feb. 7, 
1870; dau. of Leroy Sibley and Josephine Green]; res. T.+ 

James Lawrence McFadden (1103,386,13) b. Cherrytree, Pa., Aug. 
II, 1 871; res. Titusville, Pa. 

George Ferdinand McFadden (1103,386,14) b. Cherrytree, Pa., May 
31, 1875; res. Titusville, Pa. 

Child of Sophia Grant {p. 128) and McFadden. 

Rosa McFadden (1103,386,20) res. Center ville, Pa.f 



266 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

Children of George M. Grant {p. I2p) and Ida Kerr. 
Glennie May Grant (1103,386,60) b. Apr. 10, 1891. 
Cassie Irene Grant (1103,386,61) b. Oct. 31, 1895. 

Children of Solyman Sedgtvick [p. I2g) and Alary Marsh. 

lucretia C. Sedgwick (1103,387,00) m. Billings; res. Edin- 

boro, Pa.f 

Philip S. Sedgwick (1103,387,01) res. Waterford, Pa.f 

Arthur A. Sedgwick (1103,387,02) res. Waterford, Pa.f 

Anna M. Sedgwick (1103,387,03) res. Stevensville, Mont.f 

Children of Abnena Sedgwick [p. I2g) and Theodore H. Marsh. 

Archie Corbett Marsh (1103,387,10) b. Waterford, Pa., Nov. 16, 1862; 
m. Grantsdale, Mont., Jan. 26, 1892, Anna Coen [b. in Cal., 1876; 
dau. of Simeon Frank Coen]; res. Florence, Mont.; lumberman. + 

Julia J. Marsh (1103,387,11) b. Jan. 14, 1864; m. July 7, 1892, Clar- 
ence R. Prescott; res. Missoula, Mont.f 

Ernest A. Marsh (1103,387,12) b. Nov. 30, 1865; res. Waterford, Pa.f 

Effie L. Marsh (1103,387,13) b. July 10, 1872; m. Nov. 16, 1892, 
Fred L. Miller; res. Waterford, Pa.f 

Henry H. Marsh (1103,387,14) b. Oct. 2, 1876; res. Waterford, Pa.f 
CJiild of Bertram Sedgivick (/>. izg) and Phebe W. Craker. 

Delia Mary Sedgwick (1103,387,20) b. Waterford, Pa., Apr. 11, 1867; 
m. Clintonville, Wis., Sep. 16, 1887, Bernard Augustus Thomas [b. 
Milwaukee, Wis., Apr. 24, 1859; s. of August Thomas and Augusta 

]; res. Wittenberg, Wis.; farmer. + 

Cliildren of Louisa Sedgivick {p. 12(f) and Henry A. Trask. 

Elmer E. Trask (1103,387,30) b. Sept. 27, 1861; res. Waterford, Pa; 
farmer, f 

Marian E. Trask (1103,387,31) b. Dec. 5, 1863; m. Taylor; 

res. Waterford, Pa.* 

Reed Trask (1103,387,32) b. May 17, 1867; res. Waterford, Pa.f 

Rena Trask (1103,387,33) b. May 17, 1867; d. a. 1873. 

Bertha A. Trask (1103,387,34) b. Oct. 14, 1872; d. May 17, 1894; 
m. ■ Steitler. + 

Children of IVilliani L. Droivn [p. 12(f) and DelilaJi Fritts. 

J. Fremont Drown (1103,388,10). 

Jessie M. Drown (1103,388,11). 

Children of fulia Droivn [p. i2p) and Chester B. Russell. 

Sarah Bird Russell (1103,388,30) b. McKean, Pa., July 8, 1870; m. 
Erie, Pa., June 25, 1890, Frank E. Lamson [b. M., Aug. 24, 1867; 
s. of Wm, Davidson Lamson and Mary Elizabeth Morrell]; res. M.; 
carpenter. + 

John Clyde Russell (1103,388,31) b. McKean, Pa., Feb. 23, 1872; m. 
Clyde, O., June 29, 1893, Clara Drown [b. C., Aug. 29, 1872; dau. 
of Jas. Drown and Rebecca Perrin] ; res. C. ; farmer. + 

Henry Clare Russell (1103,388,32) b. McKean, Pa., Aug. i, 1874; m. 
Fremont, O., June 27, 1897, Grace Grover [b. Clyde, O., Feb. 3, 1876; 
dau. of Milo Grover and Lucy Perrin] ; res. C. ; farmer. 



NINTH GENERATION. 267 

Roy Drown Russell (1103,388,33) b. McKean, Pa., July 19, 1876; res. 
M. ; farmer. 
Millicent Elvira Russell (i 103,388,34) b. June 28, 1878; d. Apr. i, 1880. 
Chester Lynn Russell (1103,388,35) b. Apr. 2, 1882. 

Cliildreii of Jennie L. Drozvn {p. I2g) and Alson M. Butler. 
Ruby Drown Butler (1103,388,40) b. Jan. 21, 1890. 
Rollo John Butler (1103,388,41) b. Sep. 3, 1891. 
Hazel Julia Butler (1103,388,42) b. June 6, 1895. 

Children of Calvin P. Grant (/. I2g) and Harriet N. LaDow. 
Sarah Lovisa Grant (1103,442,00) b. Napoli, N. Y. ; m. N., Thos. 
Henry Finney [b. N. Y. C, Sep. 18, 1845; s. of Thos. Finney and 
Julia McVoy]; res. N. ; farmer. + 

Grant (1103,442,01) (dau.), m. S. A. Wiley; res. Little Val- 
ley, N. Y.f 

Warren Ambrose Grant (1103,442,02) b. Napoli, N. Y., June 19, 
1855; res. Little Valley, N. Y. ; form. N. ; agent. 

Children of J aims B. Ttirner {p. ijo) and Mary Rippey. 
Edward Arthur Turner (1103,450,60) b. St. Louis, Mo., Apr. 30, 1848 
d. inf. 

Charles Edwin Turner (1103,450,61) b. St. Louis, Mo., May 24, 1850 
m. Cora Godfrey; res. Godfrey, 111; farmer. f + 

Kate Elizabeth Turner (i 103,450,62) b. St. Louis, Mo., Oct, 27, 1852 
d. inf. 

Clara Ellen Turner (1103,450,63) b. St. Louis, Mo., Sept. 15, 1854 
m. Louis Talmage; res. Godfrey, 111. ; farmer. f + 

Burt Howard Turner (1103,450,64) b. St. Louis, Mo., Aug-. 6, 1857 
m. Mamie Calvin; res. Bloomington, III; miller. f+ 

Abbie Grant Turner (1103,450,65) b. St. Louis, Mo., Mch. 3, 1861 
d. S. L., July 29, 1885; res, Godfrey, 111.; teacher, stenographer 
and typewriter. 

Arthur Dwight Turner (1103,450,66) b, St. Louis, Mo., Oct. 12, 1863 
m. Myrtie vShultz; res. in Cal. 

Hattie Alice Turner (1103,450,67) b. St. Louis, Mo., Oct. 12, 1863 
res. Godfrey, 111. ; teacher of music. 

Lillian May Turner (1103,450,68) b. St. Louis, Mo,, Jan. 20, 1867 
res. Godfrey, 111. 

Children of E lis ha W. Grant {p. rjo) and Amelia J . Hitchcock. 
Emerson Warren Grant (1103,453,10) b. Conway, Liv. Co., Mich., 
June 4, (1848?); m. Topeka, Kan., Oct. 1886, Jennie Bradbury [b. 
Dwight, 111., Oct. 10, 1854; dau. of Wm. H. Bradbury and Mary 
Brown]; res. Las Vegas, N. M. (E, Las Vegas P. O.); resident en- 
gineer, N. M. and Rio Grande Div., A. T. and S. F, R. R. ; C. E. 
Univ. of Mich. 1875; Co. surveyor, Liv. Co., Mich., 1879; on U. S. 
River Survey 1879-80.$+ 

Fayette Grant (1103,453,11) b. Conway, Liv, Co,, Mich,, Jan, 18, 
1851; m. C, Nov. 7, 1880, Emily Jane Diamond [b. Arbela, Mich. ; 
dau. 'of Ashford Diamond and Clarissa Ann Moon]; res. C, (Fowler- 
ville P. O.); farmer; supervisor. + 



268 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

Lester Grant (1103,453,12) b. Conway, Liv. Co., Mich., Feb. 20, 
1853; m. Theodosia C. Silsby [b. C, Aug. i, 1858; dau. of Phineas 
Silsby and Margaret Renney] ; res. Elmdale, Mich. ; merchant; form, 
carpenter and joiner. + 

Sumner Grant (1103,453,13) b, Conway, Liv. Co., Mich., Nov. 27, 
1858; m. Henderson, Mich., Apr. 30, 1890, Emma Henderson [b. H., 
Mch. 18, 1868; dau. of John Henderson and Susan M. Doolittle]; 
res. C. (Fowlerville P. O.); farmer. + 

Archie Milton Grant (1103,453,14) b. Conway, Liv. Co., Mich., Aug. 
6, i860; m. Oct. 5, 1882, Rebecca C. Burrier [b. C, Aug. 22, i860; 
dau. of David Burrier and Eva Miller] ; res. Fowlerville, Mich. ; 
farmer, mechanic, and teacher. + 

Edson Lowell Grant (1103,453,15) b. Conway, Liv. Co., Mich., Feb. 
24, 1864; m. Elmdale, Mich., June 15, 1892, Lida May Richardson 
[b. Bowne, Mich., Sep. 16, 1869; dau. of Chas. H. Richardson and 
Abigail King] ; res. E. ; telegrapher and station agent. 

Herbert Stanley Grant (1103,453,16) b. Conway, Liv. Co., Mich., Oct. 
15, 1867; m. Handy, Liv. Co., Mich., Apr. 12, 1891, Ellen May Ab- 
bott [b. H. ; dau. of Chas. Edwin Abbott and Martha Ann Sweet]; 
res. Six Lakes, Mich.; telegrapher and R. R. agent; form, farmer. $ 

Alton Bret Grant (1103,453,17) b. Conway, Liv. Co., Mich., Dec. 11, 
1869; res. Orleans, Mich.; telegrapher. 

Children of John G. Grant {p. iji). 
James B. Grant (1103,453,20) res. Fowlerville, Mich.f 
Charles H. Grant (1103,453,21) res. Fowlerville, Mich.f 
Gilbert S. Grant (1103,453,22) res. Chamberlain, S. D.f 
Children of Elisabeth W. Nash (/. iji) and James M. McConibs. 
Henry Sylvester McCombs (1103,604,00) b. Ft. Hamilton, N. Y., July 

21, 1846; d. Oct. 3, 1850. 
William Morrison McCombs (1103,604,01) b. Memphis, Tenn. (Ft. 

Hamilton, N. Y.), May 8, 1848; m. St. Louis, Mo., 1879, Margaret 

A. Baker, of S. L. ; res. Grand Rapids, Mich. ; dealer in hardwood 

lumber, f 

Frank Maury McCombs (1103,604,02) b. Memphis, Tenn., Aug. 21, 

1852; res. St. Louis, Mo. (713 Union Trust Bldg.) ; structural and 

ornamental ironwork; form, associated with father in manufacture of 

machinery in Atlanta, Ga., and in hardware business in M. and S. 

L. ; vestryman of St. Philips P. E. Ch. in A. 
Katy Russell McCombs (1103,604,03) b. Memphis, Tenn., Dec. 11(12), 

1S54; res. Grand Rapids, Mich.f 
Lizzy or Lily Nash McCombs (1103,604,04) b. Memphis, Tenn., Sep. 

10 (9), 1857 (1856); d. unm. Rouse's Pt., N. Y., Apr. (Mch.) 11, 

1895 (1894); rem. 1891 to R. P. 

Child of Warehani W. Grant [p. iji) and Betsy Af. Crane. 
Alice Jane Grant (1103,611,10) b. Rosendale, Wis. , Jan. 2, 1849; m. 
E. Wrightstown, Wis., Apr. 7, 1872, Joseph Dickey [b. Malone, N. 
Y., Sep. 10, 1840; s. of Andrew Dickey and Jane McComb] ; res. E. 
W. ; farmer. + 



NINTH GENERATION. 269 

Children of WarcJiam W. Grant {p. iji) and Ruth E. {Plantz) Baker. 

Miles Reed Grant (1103,611,11) b. Mt. Carroll, 111., June 14, 1857; 
m. Menlo, Iowa, Sep. 3, 1884, Nancy Elizabeth Rickel [b. Geneseo, 
111., Apr. 29, 1863; dau. of Josiah S. Rickel and Elizabeth Brown]; 
res. M. ; section foreman, C. R. and P. R. R.$+ 

Frank Leslie Grant (1103,611,12) b. Rosendale, Wis., Dec. 10, 1859; 
m. Des Moines, Iowa, Mch. 2, 1881, Anna Cass, of foreign birth; res. 
Danville, 111.; fireman, C. and E. I. R. R.f + 

Albert Wareham Grant (1103,611,13) b. Rosendale, Wis., Feb. 21, 
1863; res. San Francisco, Cal. ; pharmacist,* 

Edward Parker Grant (1103,611,14) b. Rosendale, Wis., Oct. 10,1866; 
m. Casey, Iowa, May 15, 1889, Charlotte Egger [b. Durant, Iowa, 
Tan. 10, 1869; dau. of Jacob Egger and Jane Haines]; res. Newton, 
Iowa; section foreman, C. R. and P. R. R. + 

Inez Merette Grant (1103,611,15) b. Rosendale, Wis., Sep. 24, 1869; 
m. Newton, Iowa, Mch. 20, 1890, Whitman Bish [b. N., Nov. 16, 
1 871; s. of Lewis Bish and Ellen ]; res. Chicago, 111. ; electri- 
cian. + 

Children of Ozias Grant [p. IJ2) and Amelia L. Soles. 

Sarah Myranda Grant (1103,611,20) b. Rosendale, Wis., Jan. 25, 1862; 
m. K., Jan. 5, 1887, Wm. Orlando Allen [b. Antwerp, N. Y. , Dec. 
20, 1861; s. of Geo. W. Allen and Julia Chapin] ; res. Silver Lake, 
Wis. ; telegrapher and agent for W. C. R. R. ; she taught several 
yrs. bef. m.$+ 

Ozias Elmer Grant (1103,611,21) b. Rosendale, Wis., May 25, 1863 
d. Sep. 9, 1865. 

Ulysses Simpson Grant (1103,611,22) b. Rosendale, Wis., Oct. 7, 1864 
m. E. Wrightstown, Wis., Dec. 25, 1895, Edna Walker [b. E. W. 
May 19, 1874; dau. of Joseph David Walker and Diana Chapin]; res 
R. ; farmer. 

Lillie Angelie Grant (1103,611,23) b. Rosendale, Wis., Nov. 26, 1867 
d. Mch. 15, 1877. 

Eminel Constant Grant (1103,611,24) b. Rosendale, Wis., July u, 
1876; res. Silver Lake, Wis. ; telegrapher. $ 

Maud McDell Grant (1103,611,25) b. Rosendale, Wis., Aug. 16, 1885. 

Child of Grace R. Grant {p. IJ2) and Burritt F. Sanford. 

Julia May Sanford (1103,611,30) b. Menasha, Wis., Mch. 13, 1863; 
m. Plover, Wis., May 17, 1883, Leon Jackson Harvey [b. Northfield, 
Vt., Feb. II, 1862; s. of Joel Celley Harvey and Eveline Louise 
Jackson]; res. Saratoga Springs, N. Y. (149 Van Dam St.); foreman 
in Harvey's Med. Laboratory; form, clerk and bookkeeper; S. S. 
treas. , ch. trustee, dea.$+ 

Childrcn of John D. Grant {p. IJ2) and A?igeline A . Carpenter. 

John DeLoss Grant (1103,611,40) b. Antwerp, N. Y., Feb. 27, 1853; 
m. Atlantic, Iowa, June 10, 1880, Loretta Ann Dickerson [b. Lewis, 
Iowa, Dec. 17, 1859; dau. of Isaac Josiah Dickerson and Olivia Lo- 
retta Wright] ; res. Sioux Falls, S. D. ; bookkeeper and teller in banks 



270 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

1877-87; bookkeeper for McCormick Harvesting Machine Co. 1887- 
96, collector since 1896. + 

Lesbia Anna Grant (1103,611,41) b. Geneseo, 111., July 26, i860; m. 
(i) G., Jan. I, 1883, Wm. Presley Blackiston [b. G., June 14, 1858; 
d. Madison, S. D., Jan. 14, 1889; s. of Wm. Presley Blackiston and 
Cecilia C. Hayes]; m. (2) Luverne, Minn., Jan. 13, 1891, Alex. 
Cameron [b. Chatham, Ontario, Apr. 22, 1849; s. of Alex. Cameron 
and Elizabeth Brody]; res. L.. form. Sioux Falls, S. D., and M. ; 
Mr. B. was a grocer, real estate agent, and collector for McCormick 
Harvesting Machine Co. ; Mr. C. is a banker and real estate agent; 
she is court stenographer of Woodbury Co. , Iowa ; stenographer for 
the McCormick Co. 1889-91 ; 2 sons by 2d m. d. inf.$ 

Children of Myranda A. Grant {p. ij2) and Francis C. Jenkins. 

Myranda Adelaide Jenkins (1103,611,50) b. Rosendale, Wis., Feb. 14, 
1858; m. Greenleaf, Wis., Nov. 30, 1876, Geo. H. Merrifield, who 
was b. Hingham, Wis. ; res. Monango, N. D. ; dealer in agricultural 
implements and farmer; school treas. and director, pres. of school 
board since 1892; supervisor, assessor, town treas., and chairman. $+ 

Lillian Jenkins (1103,611,51) b. E. Wrightstown, Wis., Sep. 26, 1861 ; 
m. Snyderville, Wis., Sep. 22, 1886, Howard M. Wight [b. Preston, 
Minn., July 15, 1857; s. of Alex. Wight and Roana Ware]; res. 
Cronk, Wis.; farmer. + 

Lucy A. Jenkins (1103,611,52) b. E. Wrightstown, Wis., July 2, 1865; 
d. Keystone, N. D., June 30, 1889; m. Snyderville, Wis., Sep. 15, 
1 88 1, Wilbur F. Russell [b. Russell, N. Y., 1861; s. of Reuel P. Rus- 
sell and Adelia Gilson] ; wid. res. Brantford, Canada. + 

Francis Eugene Jenkins (1103,611,53) b. E. Wrightstown, Wis., Jan. 
22, 1869; d. E. W., Nov. 26, 1893; m. Snyderville, Wis., June 12, 
1890, Sophia Hare [b. Morrison, Wis., June 8, 1872; dau. of Henry 
Hare and Anna Snyder]; wid. res. Wrightstown, Wis.+ 

Children of Nathaniel G. Grant {p. ij2) and Maria A. Tyler. 

Mary Maria Grant (1103,611,60) b. E. Wrightstown, Wis., Jan. 10, 
i860; m. Kaukauna, Wis., Nov. 28, 1878, Henry Prust [b. Stettin, 
Prussia, Dec, 6, 1854; s. of John Christian Valentine Prust and Han- 
nah Charlotte Cumbis] ; res. Chili, Wis. ; form. Morrison, Wis. ; mer- 
chant; form, farmer. + 

Rosena Elvira Grant (1103,611,61) b. E. Wrightstown, Wis., Aug. i, 
1861; m. Suamico, Wis., Apr. 13, 1879, Melvin Phillips [b. Snyder- 
ville, Out. Co., Wis., Feb. 19, 1852; s. of Augustus Phillips and Min- 
erva Augusta Green] ; res. Snyderville; farmer.|-+- 

Edith Remena Grant (1103,611,62) b. E. Wrightstown, Wis., Apr. 27, 
1866; m. E. W., June 25, 1889, Elmer Anthony Brown [b. Wrights- 
town, Wis., Nov. 12, 1866; s. of Sydney Brown and Lydia Alberta 
Harlow]; res. Christie, Wis.; form. E. W. ; merchant; form, farmer; 
postniaster.$+ 

Victor Freeman Grant (1103,611,63) b. E. Wrightstown, Wis., Aug. 
14, 1867; ni. (i) Snyderville, Out. Co., Wis., Apr. 18, 1891, Emma 
MayBaetz[b. Wrightstown, Wis., May 1873; d. Alloueze, Wis., July 



NINTH GENERATION. 271 

5, 1892; dau. of Peter Baetz and Areka Miller]; m. (2) S., Apr. 12, 
1893, Emma Lavilla Gustman [b. E. W., June 12, 1875; dau, of 
Herman Gustman and Lavilla Jenkins]; res. S. ; farmer. + 

Elmer Ellsworth Grant (1103,611,64) b. E. Wrightstown, Wis., June 
25, 1874; m. Snyderville, Wis., Jan. 5, 1897, Bertha Maves [b. New 
Schleps, Prussia, Mch. 17, 1878; dau. of August Maves and Bertha 
Zirbel] ; res. E. W. ; farmer. 

Children of Francis B. Grant (/. ij2) and EpJieline Carpenter. 

Bion Beacher Grant (1103,612,00) b. Rodman, N. Y., Dec. 25, 1858; 
m. Antwerp, N. Y., Jan. 16, 1888, Emma A. Mason [b. A., May 19, 
1 851; dau. of Asa Mason and Lucina Ingols]; res. A.; farmer and 
speculator; form, horseman, liveryman, and policeman. + 
• Arthur Fremont Grant (1103,612,01) b. Rodman, N. Y., June 21,1860; 
d. unm, R!, Nov. 5, 1882; res. R. 

DeWitt Clinton Grant (1103,612,02) b. Rodman, N. Y., Nov. 10, 1861; 
res. Antwerp, N. Y, ; form. R. ; travelling salesman since 1893; 
form, farmer and speculator. $ 

Mabel Helena Grant (1103,612,03) b. Rodman, N. Y., June 29, 1866; 
m. R. , Sep. 4, 1890, Wm. Henry Brown [b. Providence, Sar. Co., 
N. Y., Nov. 29, 1863; s. of Jeremiah Brown and Rachel Ford]; res. 
Watertown, N. Y, ; mason and builder; 7 yrs. in 39th Co. N. G. N. Y. ; 
on official board of Arknell St. M. E. Ch.+ 

Williani Frank Grant (1103,612,04) b. Antwerp, N. Y. , Dec. 7, 1871; 
m. Watertown, N. Y., Nov. 18, 1896, Laura Renaud [b. Norwood, 
N. Y., Feb. 21, 1878; dau. of Dydus John Renaud and Caroline Gil- 
bert]; res. W. (17 Grant St.); form. Rodman, N. Y., A., and Syra- 
cuse, N. Y. ; cheese-maker 1889-93; conductor on S. Street R. R. 
1894-5; travelling salesman since 1895. 

CJiildren of Irving D. Grant [p. IJ2). 
Iva Nettie Grant (1103,612,10) m. ; res. Watertown, N. Y. 
Ira Thurston Grant (1103,612,11) res. Field Settlement, Jeff. Co., 
N. Y. (Rices Sta. P. 0.).t 

Ina C. Grant (1103,612,12) m. Cook; res. Syracuse, N. Y.* 

Children of Roseal L. Grant {p. 1J2). 
Jessie Grant (1103,612,20) res. Barnes Corners, N. Y.f 
Hattie Grant (1103,612,21) m. Williams; res. Barnes Cor- 
ners, N. Y.f 

Louis Grant (1103,612,22) res. Barnes Corners, N. Y.f 
Nellie Grant (1103,612,23) res. Barnes Corners, N. Y.f 

Child of Delford A. Grant {p. 133) and Alice P. Green. 
Arthur W. Grant (1103,612,50) b. Rodman, N. Y., Feb. 18, 1884. 

Children of Mary E. Grant {p. ijj) and A br am Fralick. 
Lillie May Fralick (1103,612,60) b. Rodman, N. Y., Oct. 22, 1870; 
m. (i) Sacket Harbor, N. Y., Aug. 27, 1891, Fred Lavigne, who d. 
Sep. 26, 1892; m. (2) Watertown, N. Y., May 10, 1893, Thos. L 
New, who was b. in England; res. W. (Mack's Hotel); laborer; 
form, soldier in British Navy.+ 



272 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

DeEstain Addison Fralick (1103,612,61) b. Rodman, N. Y., Jan. 28, 
1875; m. Watertown, N. Y., Oct. 18, 1895, Tinnie C. Belcher [b. 
Lorraine, N. Y., 1877; dau. of Geo. Belcher and Charlotte Miller]; 
res. W. ; waiter. 

Harlan Grant Fralick (1103,612,62) b. June 3, 1880. 

Warden Anson Fralick (1103,612,63) b. Apr. 7, 1885. 
Child of Clarissa Thrall {p. ijj) and Augustus S. Lancaster. 

Sidney Lancaster (1103,621,60) b. S. Windsor; d. E. Windsor, Aug. 
26, 1872, ae 10 yrs. 

Daughter of William Tlirall {p. 133). 

Edler Thrall (1103,623,00) d. in Col. ; m. Hills; rem. to Col. ; 

I child. 

CJiildren of Mariette Grant {p. ijj) and Allen S. Chalker. 

Frank Ogden Chalker (1103,630,00) b. E. Hartford, Jan. 13, 1854; 
d. Jan. 13, 1863. 

Nettie Louisa Chalker (1103,630,01) b. Hartford, Oct. 7, 1862; m. 
Stephen H. Townsend; res. H. (58 Hungerford St.).f 

Children of James C. Grant [p. ij^) and Clara P. Bloom. 

Anna King Grant (1103,631,00) b. Scranton, Pa., Aug. 20, 1868; m. 
S., June 10, 1895, Louis B. Gernon [b. Chinchilla, Pa., Sep. 13, 1861; 
s. of Chas. Gernon and Emily Leach]; res. S. (411 Monroe Av.); 
travelling salesman. + 

Sanford Grant (1103,631,01) b. Scranton, Pa., Dec. 26, 1870; res. 
Los Angeles, Cal.f 

Child of Hezekiah K. Grant {p. ijf) and Mary E. Arnold. 

George Arnold Grant (1103,631,10) b. Sep. 16, 1861; d. Mch. 1862. 

Children of Augustus G. Gilmore (/. ijjf) and Fanny A. SmitJi. 

Leila Gilmore (1103,633,10) b. Scranton, Pa., Mch. 24, 1864; res. S. 
(522 Jefferson Av.); kindergartner. 

Eloise Gilmore (1103,633,11) res. Scranton, Pa.; kindergartner. f 

Ernest Augustus Gilmore (1103,633,12) b. Scranton, Pa., June 21, 
1872; res. Philadelphia, Pa. (looi Arch St.). 

Evelyn Gilmore (1103,633,13) res. Scranton, Pa.f 

Clarence Ay rault Gilmore (1103,633,14) res. Scranton, Pa.; in First 
National Bank.f 

Angela Gilmore (1103,633,15) d. y. 

Children of Plnla Gilmore {p. ijf) and James Carter. 

Arthur Gilmore Carter (1103,634,00). 

Lena Risley Carter (1103,634,01). 

Lotta Carter (1103,634,02). 

James Carter (1103,634,03). 

Children of Geraldine A. Gilmore (/. 134) and Milton C. Contiers. 

Milton C. Conners (1103,634,10) b. a. 1872; res. Spearfish, S. D.f 

George Conners (1103,634,11) b. a. 1877; res. Spearfish, S. D.f 
Children of A)nos N. Fitch {p. 13 f) and Emeline Atwood. 

William Lincoln Fitch (1103,640,20) b. Oakpoint, N. Y., Dec. 8, 1861 



NINTH GENERATION. 273 

(i860?); res. N. Hammond, N. Y. ; carpenter and joiner, draughts- 
man, and teacher. 

Frank Herman Fitch (1103,640,21) b. Oakpoint, N. Y., Mch. 13, 1862; 
m. Brierhill, N. Y., Oct. 24, 1883, Bessie Helena Gray [b. Calaboga, 
St, Law. Co., N. Y. ; dau. of John Griffin Gray and Olive Helena 
Robinson]; res. N. Hammond, N. Y. ; cheese-maker; trustee of 
First Cong. Ch. of Morristown, N. Y.+ 

Edith Fitch (1103,640,22) b. July 11, 1870; d. Jan. 16, 1872. 

Fitch (1103,640,23) b. Jan. 14, 1872; d. Feb. 26, 1872. 

EvaN. Fitch (1103,640,24) b. Sep. 15, 1873; m. Oct. 6, 1897, Frank 
H. Nicol; res. Brierhill, N. Y. ; farmer. f 

Children of Amos N. Fitch {p. ijf) and Mary J. Dake. 

Berton Fitch (1103,640,25) b. May 5, 1876. 

Leslie Fitch (1103,640,26) b. Nov. 14, 1880. 

Percy Fitch (1103,640,27) b. May 13, 1883. 

Children of Warren R. Fitch (/. ijf) and Lydia f . Blackstone. 

Leone Adele Fitch (1103,640,40) b. Morristown, N. Y., Feb. 5, 1865; 
m. Lowville, N. Y., Dec. 12, 1888, Herbert G. Coddington [b. Caze- 
novia, N. Y., Feb. 6, 1865; s. of Rev. Wellesley Perry Coddington, 
D.D. , and Louisa Guibord] ; res. Syracuse, N. Y. ; rector of Grace 
P. E. Ch.+ 

Inez Genevieve Fitch (1103,640,41) b. Morristown, N. Y., Feb. 6, 
1871; m. Lowville, N. Y., June 7, 1893, Rutson Rea Smiley [b. L., 
July 14, 1869; s. of Amos Vincent Smiley and Frances Amelia 
Rea] ; res. L. + 

Children of Rufus S. Fitch {p. ijj) and Rosannah Usher. 

George Henry Fitch (1103,642,00) b. Coventry, Jan. 27, 1846; d. 
Tolland, Feb. 7, 1858. 

Evelyn Maria Fitch (1103,642,01) b. Coventry, Aug. 30, 1847; m. 
Rockville, 1865, O'Meara Giles Chase [b. Killingly, 1844; s. of Giles 
Chase and Orpah Danforth Spaulding] ; res. Mechanicsville; form. 
R., Hartford, and Springfield, Mass.; merchant since 1886; form, 
locomotive engineer. + 

Melzor B. Fitch (1103,642,02) b. Tolland, Sep. 22, 1852; res. Man- 
chester Green, f 

Child of William Fitch {p. 133). 

Mary E. Fitch (1103,642,10) b. Meriden, Mch. 17, 1861 or 1862; m. 
Geo. Dunham; res. Bridgeport; milliner.f 

Child of Merietta Fttch{p. ijj) and Thomas W. Welles. 

Clara May Welles (1103,642,40) b. Rockville, Oct. 24, 1864; m. 
Gilead, Nov. 24, 1885, Gardner Herbert Olin [b. Andover, Jan. 17, 
i860; s. of Jeffery Olin and Betsey Jane Wilcox]; res. Bloomfield; 
form. Bolton ; market gardener. 

Children of Henriette Fitch (/. /jj) and A ugustus H. Loomer. 

Edwin Thrall Loomer (1103,642,50) b. Bolton, Mch. 4, 1857; m. Hart- 
ford, Mch. 19, 1884, Ida Belle Dickenson [b. Marlborough, Dec. 22, 



274: THE GRANT FAMILY. 

1864, dau. of Nathan R. Dickenson and Mary Rich]; res. Central 
Village ; merchant. + 

John Glover Loomer (1103,642,51) b. Bolton, Sep. 24, 1858; m. 1885, 
, who d. 1885. 

Hattie Leonora Loomer (1103,642,52) b. Bolton, Oct. 30, 1859; m. 
Andover, Dec. 29, 1881, Adoniram Judson Palmer [b. Scotland, Conn., 
Feb. 16, 1854; d. A., Feb. 27, 1896; s. of Joseph Palmer and Sarah 
Maria Herskell] ; res. A.; farmer. + 

Charles Augustus Loonier (1103,642,53) b. Gilead, May i, 1861; res. 
Andover; farmer. 

Virginia E Stella Loomer (1103,642,54) b. Bolton, Apr. 13, 1868; m. 
Andover, Sep. 6, 1892, Frederic Wm. Bush, [b. New Haven, Dec. 
17, 1861; s. of Philo Parsons Bush and Melissa M. Godfrey]; res. 
Custer, S. D. ; mining expert, + 

CJiildren of Oliver C. Fitch (/. /jj) and Sarah L. Root. 

Elsie L. Fitch (1103,642,60) b. W. Winsted, Mch. 22, 1862; res. Co- 
hoes, N. Y. (i Front St.). 

William L. Fitch (1103,642,61) b. Sept. 2, 1866; res. Boston, Mass. 
(Grocers Exchange). 

CJiildren of foscph C. Triunan {p. ij^) and Mary Hollister. 

Arthur Hollister Truman (1103,644,00) b. June 23, 1855; d. Mch. 29, 
1856. 

Burdett Clark Truman (1103,644,01) b. Dec. 13, 1858; m. Feb. 26, 
1880, Rhoda Weed. 

Lissie May Truman (1103,644,02) b. July 18, 1866; m. Feb. 26, 1891, 
Edwin S. Gleasman. 

Fred Colfax Truman (1103,644,03) b. June 23, 1872; d. Sep. 15, 1890. 

CJiildren of Emily C. FitcJi [p. Ij6) and Enos Aborn. 

Arietta A. Aborn (1103,648,00) m. Grant; res. Hartford.* 

Adalena A. Ahorn (1103,648,01) m. Beebe; res. S. Coventry.f 

Myron Henry Aborn (1103,648,02) b. Tolland, Dec. 13, 1863; m. 

Rockville, Oct. 10, 1883, Emma Eliza Taft [b. Ellington, May 28, 

1866; dau. of Alfred A. Taft and Sarah Naomi Kibbe]; res. E, ; 

farmer. + 

George Nathan Aborn (1103,648,03) b. Tolland, Oct. 15, 1865; m. 

Hartford, Nov. 21. 1888, Ellen Charlotte Slater [b. Ellington, Oct. 

12, 1856; dau. of Geo. W. Slater and Lora Selinda Aborn]; res. E. ; 

form. T. ; farmer. + 

Albert Charles Aborn (1103,648,04) res. Fiskville, R. I.f 

Adelbert Lamb Aborn (1103,648,05) res. Lynn, Mass.f 

Giles Enos Aborn (1103,648,06) d. Feb. 2, 1891. 

Estella Laura Aborn (1103,648,07) m. Beebe; res. Hartford.* 

CJiildren of Edwin D. NortJirup [p. ij6) and Lucy S. Skinner. 

Robert Edmund Lee Northrup (1103,649,00) b. Ellicottville, N. Y., 
Apr. 23, 1873; res. E.f 

John Hancock Northrup (1103,649,01) b. Ellicottville, N. Y., Apr. 
17, 1876; res. E.f 



NINTH GENERATION. 275 

Joshua King Northrup (1103,649,02) b. EUicottville, N. Y., Aug. 14, 
1877 ; res. E.f 

Dewitt Clinton Northrup (1103,649,03) b. EUicottville, N. Y., Feb. 
II, 1879. 

Charles Northrup (1103,649,04) (?) b. Feb. 5, 1880. 

Wooisey Johnson Northrup (1103,649,05) b. EUicottville, N. Y., Jan. 
21, 1882; d. Feb. 16, 1883. 

Georgia Adelia Northrup (1103,649,06) b. Greenesboro, Ga., Feb. 10, 
1886. 

Child of Dewitt C. Northrup {p. ij6) and Anna M. Hardy. 

Lorena Ellen Northrup (1103,649,10) b. Peoria, 111., July 2, 1864; 
res. EUicottville, N, Y, ; millinery and art needlework; sec'y and 
corres. sec'y of E. Lodge of I. O. G. T. 

CJiildren of Halsey F. Northrup {p. ij6) and Mary A. Lansing. 

Mahel Clara Northrup (1103,649,20) b. Dec. 13, 1875; res. EUicott- 
ville; teacher. 

Arthur Lansing Northrup (1103,649,21) b. Feb. 9, 1878; Rensselaer 
Polytechnic Inst. 

Grace Irene Northrup (1103,649,22) b. Sep. 18, 1881. 

Child of Amanda M. Grant [p. ij6) and Austin Edgerton. 

Maria Amanda Edgerton (1103,650,00) b. S. Coventry, Feb. 12, 1848; 
m, Willimantic, Oct. i, 1874, Moses Barber [b. Kingston, R. I., Dec. 
18, 1850; s. of Solomon Barber; divorced; m. (2) N. Stonington, 
1889, Harriet Main]; res. S. C. ; supt. of woollen mill; she taught 
in Manchester and S. C. , and contributed to many papers. + 

Children of Carleton Grant [p. ij6 ) and Hannah Fenton. 

Alon Burdett Grant (1103,650,10) b. Vernon, July 2, 1848; d. Wind- 
sor, Feb. 27, 1864. 

ErdonLeRoy Grant (1103,650, 11) b. Rockville, Dec. 26, 1850; m. 
Stafford, Oct. 19, 1870, Isadore Jane Dunham, of S. [b. Wales, 
Mass., Mch. 6, 1849; <^^u. of Harlin Gurley Dunham and Cornelia 
Jane Pinney] ; res. Roxbury, Mass. (2 Greenville Park) ; provision 
merchant. 

Irving Duane Grant (1103,650,12) b. Vernon, July 19, 1853; d. s. p. 
Quincy Adams, Mass., Dec. 15, 1893; m. Stafford Springs, Sep. 8, 
1874, Clara J. Butterfield [b. Stafford, Jan. 15, 1853; dau. of Edward 
E. Butterfield and Lura Eunie Fosket] ; res. Q. A. ; wid. res. S. S. ; 
bookkeeper. 

Grant (1103,650,13) b. Vernon; d. Apr. 4, 1855. 

Children of Burdett McKinney {p. ijy) and Sarah D. Gihnore [p. fjf). 

Fred McKinney (1103,651,00) res. Chicago, 111. ; real estate.* 

McKinney (1103,651,01) (dau.), m. ; res. Brooklyn, N. Y. 

McKinney (1103,651,02) (dau.), m. ; res. Brooklyn, N. Y. 

McKinney (1103,651,03) (dau.). 

Children of Philo F. Talcott {p. /?7).§ 

Carolyn Hamilton Talcott (1103,652,00) b. Hartford, Apr. 28, 1861; 

^Carolyn by ist m., others prob. by zd. 



276 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

m. Rochester, N. Y., June 4, 1896, Edmund Lyon [b. Brighton, N. 
Y., June 5, 1855; s. of Harrison A. Lyon and Fannie M. Gale]; res. 
R. (505 East Av.) ; sec'y of State Board of Charities; A.B. Univ. of 
R., A.M. ; LL.B. Columbia C0II.+ 

Courtney G. Talcott (1103,652,01) res. Chicago, 111.* 

Talcott (other chil. d.). 

Cliild of Statira F. Talcott {p. ijy) and Charles Wheeler. 

Flora Wheeler (1103,652,20) b. Rockville; d. R., ae 2 or 3 yrs. 
CJiildren of Alden Talcott {p. ijy) and Agnes English. 

Albert Raymond Talcott (1103,652,30) b. Dec. 7, 1868; res. Man- 
chester; engineer. 

Agnes Estella Talcott (1103,652,31) b. Jan. 11, 1875; ^^s. Rockville, 

Florence Talcott (1103,652,32) b. Dec. 25, 1878; d. Jan. 7, 1879. 
Child of Charles J. Holman {p. ijy) and Meda E. Cole. 

Clara Almeda Holman (1103,653,00) b. Sergeant Bluff, Iowa, Sep. 11, 
1873; d. S. B., July 10, 1882. 

Children of Charles J. Holman {p. ij"/) and Kittie Carpenter. 

Arthur Palmer Holman (1103,653,01) b. Sergeant Bluff, Iowa, Nov. 
18, 1880; d. S. B., July 17, 1882. 

Alice Marie Holman (1103,653,02) b. Sergeant Bluff, Iowa, Jan. 16, 
1883. 

Clarence Jerome Holman (1103,653,03) b. Sergeant Bluff, Iowa, Apr. 
29, 1886. 

Helen Josephine Holman (1103,653,04) b. Sergeant Bluff, Iowa, Dec. 
1889. 

Edith May Chapin Holman (1103,653,05) b. Sergeant Bluff, Iowa, 
July I, 1892. 

Children of Albert M. Holvian {p. ijy) and Eimna E. Webster. 

Edna Annis Holman (1103,653,10) b. Sergeant Bluff, Iowa, Aug. 6, 
1872; m. S. B., June 25, 1896, Lewis Hogarth Lozier [b. Indian- 
apolis, Ind., Apr. 17, 1865; s. of John Hogarth Lozier and Sarah 
Shaw]; res. Chicago, 111. (176 San Francisco St.); designer for litho- 
graphic printing; form, civil engineer; Cornell Coll. 1884-9. 

Mabel Caroline Holman (1103,653,11) b. Sergeant Bluff, Iowa, Mch. 
31, 1874; res. S. B. 

Ella Abigail Holman (1103,653,12) b. Sergeant Bluff, Iowa, Mch. 
25, 1876 ; res. S. B. 

Webster Palmer Holman (1103,653,13) b. Sergeant Bluff, Iowa, Sep. 
13, 1882. 

CJiildren of Ella L. Holman {p. ijf) and George W. Waitt. 

Jesse Jerome Waitt (1103,653,30) b. Sergeant Bluff, Iowa; d. 

Lois Almeda Waitt (1103, 653, 30A) d. ae 20 yrs. 

Gardner Albert Waitt (1103,653,31) b. Sergeant Bluff, Iowa, a. 1873. 

Blanche Waitt (1103,653,32) b. Sergeant Bluff, Iowa. 

Caroline Belle Waitt (1103,653,33) b. Sergeant Bluff, Iowa. 

Georgia Arcelia Waitt (1103,653,34) b. Wisner, Neb., a. 1880. 

Laura Mabel Waitt (1103,653,35) b. Wakefield, Neb., a. 1883. 



NINTH GENERATION. 277 

Holman Waitt (1103,653,36) b. Wakefield, Neb., a. 1886. 
Harrison Waitt (1103,653,37) b. Sioux City, Iowa, a. 1888. 
Marguerite G. Waitt (1103,653,38) b. Sioux City, Iowa, a. 1891. 
Ella Elizabeth Waitt (1103,653,39) b. Sioux City, Iowa, a. 1895. 

Children of Nathaniel R. Grant {p. ij8) and Agnes S. Anderson. 

Frank Harlow Grant (1103,660,00) b. Rockville, Dec. 20, 1864; m. 
(i) R., Feb. 5, 1885, Nellie Lydia McPherson [b. R., Mch. 29, 1866; 
d. R., Feb. 17, 1893; dau. of John McPherson and Emma Bilson]; 
m. (2) R., Mch. 28, 1895, Agnes Eva (Rheel) MacGregor [b. Pitts- 
field, Mass., Mch. 29, 1868; dau. of Henry Wm. Rheel and Mary 
Jane Smith]; res. R. (168 Union St.); farmer.+ 

Mary Louise Grant (1103,660,01) b. Rockville, Mch. 16, 1867; m. 
R., June 6, 1895, Frank Herbert Potter [b. Lebanon, Apr. 18, 1866; 
s. of Henry Alfred Potter and Abbie Perry]; res. Glastonbury. + 

Belle Lilla Grant (1103,660,02) b. Rockville, June 26, 1871; m. R., 
Apr. 6, 1893, Wallace Erskine Strong [b. Bolton, Jan. 9, 1859; s. of 
Willard Patterson Strong and Catharine Porter] ; res. R. ; dealer in 
meats and groceries. 

Child of Francis Grant {p. ij8) and Louise Winchell. 

Ernest Winchell Grant (1103,660,10) b. Rockville, Jan. 31, 1876; res. 
R. ; insurance clerk. f 

Children of Schuyler Grant (/. ij8) and Alice E. Smith. 

Florence Emily Grant (1103,660,20) b. Ann Arbor, Mich., July 15, 
1867; res. Detroit, Mich. 

Minnie Grant (1103,660,21) b. Ann Arbor, Mich., Apr. 27, 1869; m, 
Detroit, Mich., June 12, 1890, Frederick Osgood Paige [b. Cincin- 
nati, O., Sep. 25, 1863; s. of David Osgood Paige and Mary Wig- 
gins] ; res. D. (80 Griswold St.); manager for Mich, of Mutual Life 
Ins. Co.+ 

Clara Louise Grant (1103,660,22) b. Ann Arbor, Mich., Jan. 2, 1871; 
res. Detroit, Mich. 

Alice Grant (1103,660,23) b. Ann Arbor, Mich., Jan. 2, 187 1; res. 
Detroit, Mich. 

Child of Edivin L. Risley [p. ij8) and Ida E. Tracy, 
IdaMay Elizabeth Risley (1103,662,10) b. 1874; m. July 18, 1891, 
Isaac C. Bancroft; res. Hartford (71 Governor St.).t + 

Children of Edwin L. Risley {p. ij8) and Martha A. Edivards. 

Emma Roselle Risley (1103,662,11) b. E. Hartford, Sept. 25, 1876 
(Feb. 20, 1877?); m. Talcottville, June 24, 1896, Samuel Douglas [b. 
Belfast, Ireland, June 26, 1866; s. of John Douglas and Isabella 
Templeton]; res. Talcottville; spinner. 

Lottie Martha Risley (1103,662,12) b. Talcottville, Feb. 6, 1880. 

Edwin Chester Risley (1103,662,13) b. Talcottville, July 30, 1883. 

Children of Mary F. Heath [p. jj8) and Corancy Cady. 
Lillian E. Cady (1103,663,00) b. Vernon, Apr. 8, 1861; m. Glaston- 
bury, Nov. 24, 1881, Edward Reed [b. Mch. 22, 1855; s. of Thos. 



278 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

Reed and Harriet Tryon]; res. Hartford (15^ Elliott St.); brick- 
mason, + 

IdaMayCady (1103,663,01) b. Hartford, Oct. 9, 1863; m. E. Hart- 
ford, June 30, 1885, William G. Forbes [b. E. H., Sep. 11, 1859; s. 
of Samuel Forbes and Mary A. Abbee] ; res. Silver Lane ; tobacco 
grower. 

Mary Louisa Cady (1103,663,02) b. Hartford, Mch. 11, 1867; res. E. 
Hartford; sometime saleslady in H. 

Child of George J. Barrozvs [p. ij8). 

George Barrows (1103,683,00) bur. Rockville. 

Child of Izetta Grant (/. /jp) and George IV. Carrington. 

Charles J. Carrington (1103,705,20) b. Westfield, Mass., Feb. 17, 
1870; m. Springfield, Mass., June 2, 1897, Jennie M. Tinkham [b. 
W. , Nov. 12, 1873; dau. of Joseph A. Tinkham and Hannah E. 
Cleary]; res. W. (32 Hampden St.); laundry clerk. 
Cliildren of Frances W. Grant {p. ijg) and William L. Stoddard. 

Fanny Bell Stoddard (1103,707,00) b. Springfield, Mass., May 16, 
1868; res. Meriden; clerk. 

Gracie Phoebe Stoddard (1103,707,01) b. Springfield, Mass., Jan. 26, 
1869; d. June 25, 1872. 

Lula May Stoddard (1103,707,02) b. New Haven, Oct. 7, 1872; res. 
Meriden; clerk in office of N. Y., N. H. and H. R. R. 

Lillian M. Stoddard (1103,707,03) b. New Haven, Oct. 7, 1872; d. 
Apr. 2, 1873. 

William Arnold Stoddard (1103,707,04) b. Meriden, Oct. 4, 1875; res. 
M. ; chief clerk in freight office of N. Y., N. H. and H. R. R. 
Child of Helen M. Grant {p. ijg) and John L. Osborn. 

Charles H. Osborn (1103,707,40) res. Chicago, 111.; in motive power 
dept. of C. and N. W. R. R. ; grad. Yale Univ. (Sheffield) 1896.! 
Cliildren of Carrie V. Grant (/. ij(f) and Harloiv N. Orton. 

Harlow North Orton (1103,707,60) b. Minneapolis, Minn., Nov. 19, 
1888; d. M., May 8, 1891. 

Albert Grant Orton (i 103,707,61) b. Minneapolis, Minn., Apr. 7, 1892. 
Child of Edivard A. Partridge {p. 1^0) and Mary E. Cook. 

Minnie Partridge (1103,712,00) b. Chelsea, Mass., 1853; res. Clare- 
mont, N. H. ; music teacher. 

Child of Caroline E. Davis {p. 1^0) and Saimiel W. Cobb. 

Walter Davis Cobb (1103,721,20) b. Hanover, N. H., Aug. 13, 1870; 
res. H. ; merchant; B.L. Dartmouth Coll. 1891 ; village commis- 
sioner; clerk and treas. of St. Thomas Ch. 1892-7. 

Children of Cynthia G. Davis {p. 14.0) and Francis A. Davis. 

Elizabeth Chase Davis (1103,721,30) b. Waukesha, Wis., June 1870; 
d. Sep. 1870. 

Grace Emerson Davis (1103,721,31) b. Waukesha, Wis., Sep. 30, 1873. 

Emily Williams Davis (1103,721,32) b. Waukesha, Wis., July 29, 
1879; d. Jan. 20, 1893. 



NINTH GENERATION. 279 

Children of Anna Emerson {p. i^d) and Norjuan Bur bank. 
Annie Burbank (1103,724,00) m. Edgar Williams; res. Chicago, 111.* 
Lizzie Burbank (1103,724,01) res. Chicago, 111.* 

CIvAN B. 

Children of Clarice Grant (/. i^d) and James Heivitt. 

James Hewitt (1104,001,00) killed in battle of Chickamauga; m.1852, 
Belle Key, of Louisville, Ky. [d, ; m. (2) a Frenchman]; wid. res. 
Paris, France; col. in C. S. A. + 

Richard Marsen Hewitt (1104,001,01) b. Rock Hill, Ky. ; d. unm. 
Richmond, Va., 1862 (1866); res. N. Y. C. ; officer in C. S. A. 

Charles H.Hewitt (1104,001,02) m. Mary Belle McDowell; res. Louis- 
ville, Ky. (700 W. Main St.); coffee broker.f + 

Clarice Hewitt (1104,001,03) d. bef. 1849, ae a. 18 mos. 

Lewis Welch Hewitt (1104,001,04) b. Mch. 24, 1840; d. Donaldson- 
ville, La., Oct. 11, 1889 (1890); m. Pointe Coupee, La., Mch. 17, 
1864, Melanie Bringier McCall, of New Orleans, La. [b. May 28, 
1844; d. Ascension Parish, La., July 20, 1895; dau. of Richard Mc- 
Call and Olivia Wilson]. + 

Fanny Hewitt (1104,001,05) b. Louisville, Ky., Apr. 19, 1849; m. 
Richmond Co., N. Y., Nov. 7, 1865, John Wm. Walker Fearn [b. 
Huntsville, Ala., Jan. 13, 1832; s. of Dr. Richard Lee Fearn and 
Mary Jane Walker]; res. Cairo, Egypt; form. New Orleans, La.; 
lawyer; minister to Greece 1885; judge of international court since 
1894. + 
Children of Laiuson B. Grant {p. 1^0) and Alar t ha G. M. F. Hudson. 

Anna Elizabeth Grant (1104,001,10) b. Maysville, Ky. , June 16, 1836; 
m. nr. Lexington, Mo., May 23, 1855, JohnWm. Emison [b. George- 
town, Ky., Oct. 1830; d. nr. Higginsville, Mo., Jan. 26, 1874; s. of 
David Emison and Martha Shannon]; res. H. ; farmer; Georgetown, 
Ky. , Coll. ; volunteer under Gen. Scott in Mexican War.+ 

La wson Peter Grant (i 104,001,11) b. Maysville, Ky., Oct. 15, 1838; 
drowned nr. Lexington, Mo., May 11, 1856, while trying to save his 
brother. 

John James Grant (1104,001,12) b. nr. Lexington, Mo., Apr. 17, 
1841; d. nr. L., Jan. 18, 1843. 

Samuel Hudson Grant (1104,001,13) b. nr. Lexington, Mo., July 20 
1843; killed in battle of Corinth, Miss., Oct. i, 1862; served in Co 
B., Capt. Eugene Erwin's Regt., C. S. A. 

Solomon Grant (1104,001,14) b. nr. Lexington, Mo., Mch. 12, 1846 
d. nr. L., May n, 1856. 

Clarice Hewitt Grant (1104,001,15) b. nr. Lexington, Mo., Oct. 7 
1847; m. nr. L., Mch. 7, 1871, Capt. Joseph Ryland Barnett [b 
Madison Co., Ky., July 7, 1829; s. of Joseph Barnett and Elizabeth 
F. Ryland]; res. nr. L. ; farmer and stock raiser; served in C. S. A. 
dea. in Pres. ch.$ 

Mortimer Norton Grant (1104,001,16) b. nr. Lexington, Mo., Mch 
2, 1851; m. Chicago, 111., Aug. 29, 1885, Helen Bianca Janes [b 



280 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

Rockford, 111. ; dau. of Edgar Janes and Sarah Webster Moore]; res. 
Laramie, Wyo. ; mining expert and surveyor; state auditor 1885-90, 
member of constitutional convention, sheriff; pres. of L. Mining 
and Stock Exchange. $+ 

Martha A. Morgan Grant (1104,001,17) b. nr. Lexington, Mo., Feb. 
7,1853; d. nr. Higginsville, Mo., Oct. 23, 1881; m, L., June 12, 1879, 
Wm. Harrison Powell [b. Shelbyville, Ky., Aug. 25, 1843; s. of Burr 
Green Powell and Eliza J. Polk]; res. nr. H. ; farmer; private in 
Union army during Civil War. + 

Kate Grant (1104,001,18) b. nr. Lexington, Mo., July 22, 1858; d. 
nr. L., Aug. 18, 1859. 
Children of Solomon K. Grant {p. 1^0) and Elizabeth F. Thornton. 

John Thornton Grant (1104,001,20) b. Maysville, Ky., May 6, 1838; 
d. Louisville, Ky. , Aug. 14, 1851. 

Susan Randolph Grant (1104,001,21) b. 1840; d. 1841. 

William Clifton Grant (1104,001,22) b. Louisville, Ky., 1841; d. L., 
1842. 

Anna Clifton Grant (1104,001,23) b. Louisville, Ky., Nov. 6, 1843; 
m. L., Apr. 28, 1864, Howard Morton Griswold [b. L., Jan. 29, 1841 ; 
s. of Henry Augustus Griswold and Julia White] ; res. L. (222 Jacob 
Av.); publisher, bookseller, and stationer. + 

Child of Orville R. Grant [p. i/f,i) and Marian M. McFarland. 

James McFarland Grant (1104,001,30) b. Maysville, Ky. , Aug. 1840; 
d. unm. a. 1870; res. New Orleans, La., Tex., and Cal. ; drug clerk 
and physician ; served through Civil War as surgeon in C. S. A. 
Children of Peter B. Grant {p. i^i) and Elizabeth B. Hendley. 

Permelia Elizabeth Grant (1104,001,40) b. Liberty, Mo., May 7, 1840; 
res. San Francisco, Cal. (114 McAllister St.); A.B. Liberty Coll. 

John Mortimer Grant (1104,001,41) b. Liberty, Mo.; killed in battle, 
Springfield, Mo., Aug. 10, 1861 (1862); served in C. S. A.; unm. 

Juliette Hewett Grant (1104,001,42) b. Liberty, Mo., Mch. 13, 1844; 
m. L., Dec. 9, 1866, Jas. Jones Huntington [b. nr. Bowling Green, 
Mo., Aug. 10, 1844; s. of Chas. R. Huntington and Mary Jones]; 
res. Kansas City, Mo. (2618 Rochester Av.); form. L. ; grocer.$+ 

Clarice Rose Grant (1104,001,43) b. Liberty, Mo., Mch. 10, 1846; d. 
L., June 20, 1861. 

George Israel Grant (1104,001,44) b. Liberty, Mo. ; d. inf. L. 

Annie Norton Grant (1104,001,45) b. Liberty, Mo., Aug. 31, 1854; d. 
L., Oct. I, 1879; m. L., Wm. Herschell Buckley, of Ft. Smith, Ark. 
[b. Lafayette, Tenn., Mch. 24, 1851; s. of Marion Spence Buckley 
and Mary P. Bratton; m. (2) Apr. 25, 1881]; wid. res. Little Rock, 
Ark. ; dentist; Wm. Jewell Coll. 1870-2; dea. and treas. of Bapt. ch.+ 
Children of Anna R. Grant {p. 141) and Oliver H. Norton. 

George Norton (1104,001,50) b. Rock Hill, Ky., Mch. 25, 1839; m. 
Brattleboro, Vt., Oct. 5, 1867, Mary Alice Hawkins [b. New Or- 
leans, La., Aug. II, 1845; dau. of Gilbert Smith Hawkins and Anna 
Liddle]; res. N. O. (309 Baronne St.); insurance agent; form, com- 
mission merchant; Capt. 13th La. Regt. C. S. A.+ 



NINTH GENERATION. 281 



Norton (1104,001,51) stillborn. 



Clara Maretta Norton (1104,001,52) b. Louisville, Ky., June4, 1842; 
m. in N. Y., Jan. 7, 1868, Arthur Lee Stuart [b. Chantilly, Va., May 
i3> 1837; d. Knoxville, Tenn., Aug. 5, 1882; s. of Chas. Calvert 
Stuart and Cornelia Turberville] ; res. Cincinnati, O. (2134 St. James 
Av. , Walnut Hills); form. New Orleans, La.; cotton factor; capt. 
in C. S. A. 

Norton (1104,001,53) stillborn. 

Permelia Grant Norton (1104,001,54) b. Louisville, Ky., July 31, 
1846; m. Liverpool, Eng., Oct. 12, 1867, Newton Buckner [b. New 
Orleans, La., Jan. 4, 1841 ; s. of Henry Sullivan Buckner and Kath- 
erine Allen]; res. N. O. (3d and Coliseum Sts.); merchant. + 

Norton (1104,001,55) stillborn. 

Hewitt Norton (1104,001,56) b. nr. Louisville, Ky., Aug. ir, 1850; 
res. L. ; form. New Orleans, La., and Warren Co., O. ; bookkeeper 
and accountant ; Univ. of La. 1869-71; postmaster. Union Village, 
O., 1895; private in Co. A. White League of N. O. 

Children of Perinelia Grant {p. i^i) and Volney Spalding. 

Anna Elizabeth Spalding (1104,001,60) b. 1842; d. New Orleans, La., 
May 2, 1864; m. N. O., May 17, 1862, Amedee Vincent [b. Norfolk, 
Va., Aug. 1839; d. N. O., Jan. 29, 1867 (1864); s. of Wm. Parlato 
Vincent and Clotilde Germain] ; res. N. 0.+ 

Spalding (1104,001,61) (twin), d. inf. 

Spalding (1104,001,62) (twin), d. inf. 

Children of Noah Grant {p. i^i) ajid Eliza C. Marshall. 

Clarice H. Grant (1104,001,70) b. Fleming Co., Ky., Sep. 28, 1852; 
d. Mch. 9, 1884; m. Jan. 4, 1875, Richard H. Bennett; res. Canton, 
Mo., and in Iowa; wid. res. St. Patrick, Mo., or Gregory, Mo.; 2 
sons, I dau. 

Julia Bland Grant (1104,001,71) b. Fleming Co., Ky., Aug. 18, 1859; 
m. Canton, Mo., Nov. 20, 1883, Eben Stephenson, of Ky. ; res. 
Loveland, Col.; form. Canton, Mo.f 

James M. Grant (1104,001,72) d. 

Children of Silas A. Hudson {p. i^i) and Serena . 

Virginia Hudson (1104,002,00) d. 

Walter H. Hudson (1104,002,01) res. Burlington, lowa.f 

Hudson (1104,002,02). 

Children of Noah G. Hudson {p. 141) and India C. Campbell. 

John Bailey Hudson (1104,002,10) b. Aberdeen, O. ; res. Trinidad, 
Col. ; served in Co. H. 12th O. Regt. in Civil War.f 

Virginia B. Hudson (1104,002,11) b. Aberdeen, O., Nov. 1843; res. 
Trinidad, Col. ; teacher. 

Mary Somerville Hudson (1104,002,12) b. Aberdeen, O. ; m. Carr B. 
White, who d. ; res. Winnebago Indian Agency, Neb. ; she is in the 
Indian service.* 

Ella Dyas Hudson (1104,002,13) b. Aberdeen, O. ; m. Ernest Piatt 
Lewis, of Chicago, 111. [b. Cincinnati, O., Jan. 9, 1850; d. Pueblo, 



282 THE GRANT FAMILY, 

Col., Aug. 22, 1888; res. Trinidad, Col. (233 Ash St.); journalist; 
she is a teacher in T. public schools. 

Children of Martha M. Grimes {p. 142) and Andrew /. Clark. 

Nellie Jane Clark (1104,002,70) b. Grand Id., Cal., Mch. 24, 1862 ; m. 
G. I., June I, 1884, Chas. Wm. Lovelace [b. Montgomery Co., Mo., 
Feb. 27, i860; s. of John N. Lovelace and Ann Mariah Shearin]; 
res. Maxwell, Cal. ; farmer; B.S. et L. Pierce Christian Coll. 1883. + 

Andrew Jackson Clark (1104,002,71) b. Grimes, Cal., July 13, 1863; 
res. Colusa, Cal. ; miner and farmer. 

Louis Walker Clark (1104,002,72) b. Grand Id., Cal., Mch. 6, 1865; 
res. Colusa, Cal. ; miner and farmer; form, piano teacher. 

Children of Martha M. Grimes {p. 142) and Hay den D. S trot her. 

Henry Preston Strother (1104,002,73) b. Nov. 10, 1869; res. Grimes, 

Cal.f 
D. Hayden Strother (1104,002,74) d. ae n months. 

Children of Ulysses S. Grant {p. 142) and fulia B. Dent. 

Frederick Dent Grant (1104,003,00) b. St. Louis, Mo., May 30, 1850; 
m. Chicago, 111., Oct. 20, 1874, Ida M. Honore [b. Louisville, Ky., 
June 4, 1854; dau. of Henry H. Honore and Elizabeth Carr]; res. 
N. Y. C. (25 E. 62dSt.); grad. U. S. Mil. Acad. 1871; Lieut. 4th 
U. S. Cav. ; Lieut. Col. and A. D. C. 1874-81; minister to Austria 
1889-93; commissioner of police 1895-7; Col. and Brig. Gen. of 
Volunteers 1898.$+ 

Ulysses S. Grant (1104,003,01) b. Bethel, O., July 22, 1852; m. N. 
Y. C, Nov. I, 1880, Fannie Josephine Chaffee [b. Adrian, Mich., 
Jan. 16, 1857; dau. of Hon. Jerome B. Chaffee and Miriam Barnard 
Comstock]; res. San Diego, Cal. (1618 Ash St.); form. N. Y. C. and 
Salem Center, N. Y.; lawyer; form, banker and farmer; A.B. Har- 
vard Univ. 1874, L.L.B. Columbia Coll. 1876; asst. U. S. district 
attorney, S. Dist. of N. Y., 1879; delegate at large to Republican 
National Con V. 1896; Pres. Grant Family Asso.$ -H 

EUen Wrenshall Grant (i 104,003,02) b. Wish-ton-Wish (nr. St. Louis), 
Mo., July 4, 1855; m. Washington, D. C, May 21, 1874, Algernon 
Chas. Frederick Sartoris [b. London, Eng., Aug. i, 1851; d. Isle of 
Capri, Italy, Feb. 3, 1893; s. of Edward John Sartoris and Adelaide 
Kemble]; res. Washington (21 11 Mass. Av.).$+ 

Jesse Root Grant (1104,003,03) b. St. Louis, Mo., Feb. 6, 1858; m. 
San Francisco, Cal., Sep. 21, 1880, Elizabeth Chapman [b. Minne- 
apolis, Minn., Jan. 10, i860; dau. of Wm. Smith Chapman and Sarah 
Armstrong]; res. San Diego, Cal.; Cornell Univ. 1874-7, Columbia 
Law School 1877-8.$+ 

Child of Virginia P. Grant [p. 14J) and Abel R. Cor bin. 
Jennie Corbin (1104,003,30) b. Aug. 4, 1870; d. Sep. 1870. 

Children of Orvil L. Grant {p. 14J) and Mary Medary. 
Harry Lockwood Grant (1104,003,40) b. Portsmouth, O., Oct. 24, 
1858; d. unm. Elizabeth, N. J., 1882 (1883). 

Ulysses Simpson Grant (1104,003,41) b. Galena, 111., Nov. 2, 1861; 



NINTH GENERATION. 283 

m. E. Orange, N. J., Oct. 3, 1892, Alicia Earl Sutherland [b. 
Stayner, Ontario, Feb. 2, 1865; dau. of Alex. Matthewson Sutherland 
and Alicia Boyce Earl]; res. N. Y. C. (67 E. 131st vSt.); chief book- 
keeper in U. S. Sub-Treasury. -H 

Jesse Root Grant (1104,003,42) b. Galena, 111., Sep. i, 1865; m. La 
Crosse, Wis., Oct. 8, 1890, Gertrude Eglantine MacDonald [b. 
Montreal, Canada; dau. of Alex. MacDonald and Eglantine Mar- 
garet ] ; res. L. C. ; accountant with C. B. and N. R. R. since 

1888; form, in feather business. + 

Virginia Elizabeth Grant (1104,003,43) b. Chicago, 111., Jan. 13, 1868; 
m. E. Orange, N. J., Dec. 23, 1891, Walter Hunt Turner [b. Three 
Rivers, Canada, Apr. 20, 1864; s. of Robt. Turner and Annie M. 
Hunt]; res. Denver, Col.; form. N. Y. C. ; journalist; A.B. McGill 
Univ. 1884. + 

Children of Mary F. Grant {p. i^j) and Micliael J. Cramer. 

Clara Virginia Cramer (iio4,oo3,5o)b. Covington, Ky., Oct. 17, 1864; 
d. E. Orange, N. J., Aug. 24, 1894; m. Elizabeth, N. J., Sep. 15, 
1885; res. Paris, France. 

Jesse Grant Cramer (1104,003,51) b. Covington, Ky., Aug. 26, 1869; 
res. S. Bethlehem, Pa. ; asst. prof, of modern languages in Lehigh 
Univ.; A.B., N. Y. Univ., 1889, A.M. 1895. 

Children of William S. Marshall {p. 14.J) and Sophia Smith. 

Marshall (1104,004,00) 1. 1897; m. Dr. S. C. Gordon. 

Patience E. Marshall (1104,004,01) 1. 1897. 

Children of James H. Marshall {p. 14J) and Cynthia Day. 
Frank Marshall (1104,004,10) 1. 1897. 
John G. Marshall (1104,004,11) 1. 1897. 
William S. Marshall (1104,004,12) 1. 1897. 
Charles Marshall (1104,004,13) 1. 1897. 

Children of Lucretia Marshall {p. i/j-j) and John G. Lampier. 

Francis Marion Lampier (1104,004,20) b. Bainbridge, O., Nov. 19, 
1841; d. Chenoa, 111., Feb. 1873; m. Morton, 111., a. 1867, Carrie 
Campbell; res. Chicago, 111., Eureka, 111., and Chenoa; physician; 
Rush Med. Coll. ; served in Co. K. 9th 111. Cav. in Civil War. 

John Marshall Lampier (1104,004,21) b. Bainbridge, O., Feb. 22, 1843; 
d. 1874; prob. m. ; res. Bradford, 111., and Eureka, 111.; harness- 
maker; served in Co. B. 19th 111. Cav. in Civil War. 

Lampier (1104,004,22) d. inf. 

Lampier (1104,004,23) d. inf. 

Josephine Virginia Lampier (1104,004,24) b. Higginsport, O., Aug. 
12, 185 1 ; m. Ottumwa, Iowa, Dec. 31, 1871, Geo. Arthur Grant [b. 
Middleport, O., June 15, 1850; s. of Oliver Grant and Mary Jones]; 
res. Pueblo, Col. ; merchant. $+ 

Children of John G. Marshall {p. 143). 

White Marshall (1104,004,30) d. ; res. Georgetown, O. 

Chilton A. Marshall (1104,004,31) 1. 1897. 

Jessie Grant Marshall (1104,004,32) 1. 1897. 



284 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

Albert G. Marshall (1104,004,33) 1. 1897. 

Lutie D. Marshall (1104,004,34) 1. 1897 ; m. Roberts. 

Children of Uicy Marshall {p. 14.3) and John Markley. 

John M. Markley (1104,004,40) res. Georgetown, O. ; judge. f 

Maggie S. Markley (1104,004,41) m. Swope; res. George- 
town, O.f 

Sarah E. Markley (1104,004,42) res. Georgetown, O.f 

James H. Markley (1104,004,43) res. Georgetown, O.f 

Albert G. Markley (1104,004,44) res. Georgetown, O.f 

Ettie Markley (1104,004,45) m. McKibben; res. George- 
town, O.f 

Children of James M. Grant {p. 144) and Clella D. Newdigate. 

William Roswell Grant (1104,007,10) b. 1852; d. Aug. 15, 1883. 

John James Grant (1104,007,11) b. Maysville, Ky., Oct. 4, 1853; m. 
Cincinnati, O., May 16, 1877, Mary Elizabeth Barnard [b. Rochester, 
N. Y. , Jan. i, 1854; s. of Alanson Barnard and Sarah Elizabeth Till]; 
res. C'. (633 Crown St., W. Walnut Hills); manager of W. U. Tel. 
Co. at Covington, Ky. ; vice-regent of Royal Arcanum. + 

MoUie W. Grant (1104,007,12) b. Maysville, Ky., Jan. 15, 1862; m. 
M., April 13, 1882, Lennin Purnell [b. M., Nov. 3, i860; s. of Thos. 
Purnell and Mary Jane Gray]; res. M.+ 

CJiildrcn of America M. Grant {p. 144) and Myron E. Baldivin. 

Edward Roswell Baldwin (1104,007,30) b. Texana, Tex., Nov. 9, 
1859; m. Greenup, Ky. , Oct. 13,1888, Laura Fandyke Hertel; res. 
St. Albans, W. Va. ; 2 chil.f 

Laura Jane Baldwin (1104,007,31) b. St. Albans, W. Va., Jan. 14, 
1862; m. S. A., Feb. 19, 1889, Wm. -Monroe Quarries [b. Burning 
Springs, W. Va., Apr. 21, 1849; d. Louisville, Ky.]; res. L. (820 
First St.); clerk and purchasing agent for C. O. and S. W. R. R. ; i 
child. 
Children of Beverly R. Tompkins {p. 144) and Sarah H. Thompson. 

Lena Tompkins (1104,008, 10) b. nr. St. Albans, W. Va., Feb. 9, 
1858; m. nr. S. A., Oct. 8, 1884, Robt. Lee Michie [b. Louisa Co., 
Va., Jan. 15, 1858; s. of Reuben Thornton Michie and Sarah Crank]; 
res. Cedar Grove, W. Va. ; R. R. conductor. + 

William Tompkins (1104,008,11) b. Sunnyside, nr. St. Albans, W. 
Va., July 14, 1859; m. Norwalk, O., Mch. 24, 1887, Elizabeth Knif- 
fen [b. Green Springs, O. ; dau. of Jas. Kniffen and Narcissa White] ; 
res. Chicago, O. ; form. Lexington, Ky. ; passenger conductor with 
B. and O. R. R.+ 

Caroline Homaselle Tompkins (1104,008,12) b. Sunnyside, nr. St. Al- 
bans, W. Va., Jan. 4, 1861; m. Charleston, W. Va., Jan. 20, 1880, 
Wm. Nathaniel Talley [b. Fredericks Hall, Va., Aug. 4, 1857; s. of 
Samuel Cole Talley and Emma Cole Talley] ; res. Montrose, W. Va. ; 
supt. of K. and C. R. R. R. and of a coal mine.+ 

Francis Thompson Tompkins (1104,008,13) b. Mch. 18, 1862; d. Nov. 
1863. 
Clarence Beverly Tompkins (1104,008,14) b. Dec. 29, 1864 (1865); m. 



NINTH GENERATION. 285 

Nellie Foster; res. S. Chicago, 111, (234 91st St.); freight conductor 
with B. and O. R. R.t + 

Charles Clifton Tompkins (1104,008,15) b. May 15, 1869 (1868); d. 
Nov. 6, 1883. 

George Herbert Tompkins (1104,008,16) b. St. Albans, W. Va. , Aug. 
17, 1870; m. Huntington, W. Va., Jan. 23, 1888, Fannie Burniss 
Baumgardner [b. H., Nov. i, 1872; dau. of Jas. H. Baumgardner 

and Lucinda ] ; res. Clifton Forge, Va. ; baggage master with 

C. and O. R. R., and operates a laundry. + 

Noah Preston Tompkins (1104,008, 17) b. Dec. i, 1871 (1872); m. 
Kate Ustus; res. St. Albans, W. Va. ; telegrapher on C. andO, R. R.f + 

Rachel Grant Tompkins (1104,008,18) b. Sunnyside, nr. St. Albans, 
W. Va., Sep. 19, 1878; m. Charleston, W. Va., Jan. 16, 1895, Joseph 
Arthur Gabbert [b. Grant Co., Ind., Nov. 2, 1866; d. Lock Seven, 
W. Va., Feb. 25, 1897; s. of Jacob L. Gabbert and Harriet Ward]; 
res. S. A. ; in government employ. + 

Edward Cooke Tompkins (1104,008,19) b. Dec. 25 (24), 1880 (1882); 
res. S. Chicago, 111. (234 91st St.); freight clerk. 

Children of Amanda V. Tompkins {p. 144) and Jolin C. Brown. 

Mary Moore Brown (1104,008,20) b. Frankford, W. Va., Feb. 22, 
1861; m. Maiden, W. Va., June 9, 1892, Philander Pearsall [b. Ken- 
ansville, N. C, Apr. 6, 1855; s. of Wm. Dickson Pearsall and Sarah 
Whittaker]; res. Wilmington, N. C. ; wholesale grocer and com- 
mission merchant since 1888; form, clerk; dea. of First Pres. Ch.$ 

Rachel Tompkins Brown (1104,008,21) b. Greenbrier, W. Va. , May 
6, 1863; m. Oct. 23, 1889, Chas. B. Couch, of Charleston, W. Va. ; 
res. C. ; lawyer. f + 

Anna Boone Brown (1104,008,22) b. Greenbrier, W. Va., June 10, 
1865; m. Kanawha, W. Va., Oct. 30, 1890, Robt. Lee Telford, of 
Ft. Reed, Fla. ; res. Lewisburg, W. Va. ; Pres. minister.f + 

Bessie Belle Brown (1104,008, 23) b. Kanawha, W. Va., Aug. 31, 1867; 
res. Lewisburg, W. Va.f 

Idolette Virginia Brown (1104,008,24) b. Kanawka, W. Va. , May 26, 
1 871; res. Lewisburg, W. Va. ; teacher, f 

Rebecca E. Brown (1104,008,25) b. Kanawha, W. Va., Apr. 27, 1874; 
res. Lewisburg, W. Va.f 

Nellie Swann Brown (1104,008,26) b. Kanawha, W. Va.,June i, 1876; 
m. McLaughlin; res. Fire Creek, W. Va.f 

Gertrude Grant Brown (1104,008,27) b. Kanawha, W. Va., May 9, 
1878. 

Children of William H. Tompkins {p. 144) and Ellen B. Carr. 

William W. Tompkins (1104,008,30) b. Kanawha Co., W. Va., June 
14, 1861; res. Charleston, W. Va. ; physician; Univ. of Va. 1878-9, 
M.D. Columbia Coll. 1882; dea. of First Pres. Ch. 

Maria Grant Tompkins (1104,008,31) b. nr. Charleston, W. Va., May 
22, 1862; d. Salem, Va., June 18, 1863. 

Sarah Carr Tompkins (1104,008,32) b. Salem, Va., May 13, 1864; d. 
Charleston, W. Va., Jan. 14, 1866. 



286 THE GRANT FAMILY, 

Laurence Carr Tompkins (1104,008,33) b. Mch. 17, 1866; res. St. 
Albans, W. Va. ; farmer, f 

Ellen Tompkins (1104,008,34) b. Charleston, W. Va., May 1868; d. 
Burning Springs, W. Va., July 21, 1869. 

Mary Lee Tompkins (1104,008,35) b. Apr. 12, 1870; m. Wm. A. 
Slicer; res. Charleston, W. Va. f 

Virginia Brown Tompkins (1104,008,36) b. Mch. 18, 1871; res. 
Charleston, W. Va.f 

John Brown Tompkins (1104,008,37) b. Burning Springs, W. Va., 
Mch. 29, 1873; d. B. S., July 24, 1874. 

Thomas Swann Tompkins (1104,008,38) b. Apr. i, 1875; res. Charles- 
ton, W. Va. ; Baltimore Med. Coll.f 

Rachel Grant Tompkins (1104,008,39) b. Burning Springs, W. Va., 
Feb. 14, 1878. 

Cliildrcn of diaries C. Tompkins {p. i^P) and Emeline I. Pitzer. 

Mary Tompkins (1104,008,50) b. Bel Air, Roan. Co., Va., Nov. 21, 
1864; m. Salem, Va., June 10, 1892, Claude Neff Hoover [b. New- 
market, Va. ; s. of Samuel Ringold Hoover and Mary Neff] ; res. N. ; 
cashier of N. Bank; Roanoke Coll. 

Bessie Lewis Tompkins (1104,008,51) b. Bel Air, Roan. Co., Va., July 
25, 1868; res. Salem, Va.f 

Verner Clifton Tompkins (1104,008,52) b. Bel Air, Roan. Co., Va., 
Mch. 20, 1870; m. Richmond, Va., Nov. 30, 1897, Nellie Hamilton 
Smith [b. Caswell Co., N. C, Dec. 28, 1870; dau. of Wm. Pritchard 
Smith and Fanny Myrtle Barnes]; res. Norfolk, Va. (Pinners Pt.) ; 
claim clerk with S. R. R. Co. ; Roanoke Coll. ; ist. sergt. in militia. 

William Madison Tompkins (1104,008,53) b. Bel Air, Roan. Co., Va., 
Apr. 14, 1874; res. Salem, Va.f 

Rachel Grant Tompkins (1104,008,54) b. Bel Air, Roan. Co., Va., 
Feb. 26, 1878. 

Cliildrcn of Rachel E. Tompkins [p. /./j) and Oliver A. Patton. 

Amanda Lucy Patton (1104,008,70) b. Louisville, Ky., Feb. 6, 1868; 
m. Charleston, W. Va., Dec. 16, 1886, John Sandford Ratliff [b. Bath 
Co., Ky., Nov. 25, 1858; s. of Coleman Ratliff and Susan McGill]; 
res. Deepwater, W. Va. ; farmer and stock raiser. + 

Nellie Tompkins Patton (1104,008,71) b. Charleston, W. Va., July 2, 
1870; d. C, Oct. 17, 1874. 

Annie Virginia Patton (1104,008,72) b. Charleston, W. Va. , Sep. 17, 
1872; d. C, Oct. 26, 1874. 

Mary Swann Patton (1104,008,73) b. Charleston, W. Va., Aug. 13, 
1874; d. Salt Lake City, Utah, May 12, 1875. 

Oliver Grant Patton (1104,008,74) b. Salt Lake City, L^tah, Sep. 30, 
1875; d. S. L. C, Mch. 25, 1876. 

William Tompkins Patton (1104,008,75) b. Salt Lake City, Utah, Jan. 
25, 1877; res. Charleston, W. Va. ; with John Schillito and Co., Cin- 
cinnati, O.f 

Alice Sloan Patton (1104,008,76) b. Charleston, W.Va., June 12, 1879. 

John Preston Patton (1104,008,77) b. Charleston, W.Va., July 4, 1883. 



NINTH GENERATION, 287 

CIvAN C. 

Children of diaries Evans {p. 14.5) and Alice J. Spalding. 

"Walter Evans ( 1 106, 101,20) b. Lockport, N. Y., Sep. 2, 1846; m. 
L., Dec. 16, 1868, Ida Virginia Marks [b. L,, Jan. 17, 1850; dau. of 
Walter Newton Marks and Ann Maria Form an] ; res. N. Tonawanda, 
N. Y. (Box 25) ; form. L. ; accountant; form, bank teller; treas of L. + 

Edward Evans (1106,101,21) b. Lockport, N. Y., Nov. 15, 1848; d. 
L., July 5, i860. 

Spalding Evans (1106,101,22) b. Lockport, N. Y., Jan. 24, 1854; m. 
L., Aug. 20, 1879, Mary Anna Buck [b. L., Jan. 27, 1857; dau. of 
John Hildreth Buck and Harriet Maria Fletcher] ; res. L. ; dealer in 
machinery, engines, and dredges; engaged in canal transportation 
in Buffalo, N. Y., 10 yrs. ; De Veaux Coll. 1866-72; water com- 
missioner, postmaster. + 

Children of LutJier Grant {p. i^j) and Melina L. Bradner. 

Charles Hammond Grant (1106,103,00) b. Dansville, N. Y., Aug. 5, 
1861 ; res. D.f 

Henry Evans Grant (1106,103,01) b. Dansville, N. Y., July 28, 1863; 
m. Mattoon, III, Dec. 23, 1896, Mary Lapsley Turner [b. M., July 
22, 1872; dau. of Joseph Bayliss Turner and Amanda MacDowell 
Darnell]; res. Buffalo, N. Y. (The Lasalle) ; sec'y and treas. of Ameri- 
can Glucose Co. 

Lester Bradner Grant (i 106,103,02) b. Dansville, N. Y., Jan. 29, 
1865; m. Chicago, 111., Oct. 15, 1895, Gertrude Quintard Wilson [b. 
C, July 9, 1865; dau. of John Lush Wilson and Maria Elsie Whip- 
ple]; res. C. (119 Monroe St.); with Bradner Smith and Co., paper 
makers. $+ 

Lucy Evans Grant (1106,103,03) b, Dansville, N. Y., Oct. 21, 1866; 
m. D., Nov. -^o, 1895, Hiland Bishop Hall [b. Elmira, N. Y., Feb. 3, 
1873; s. of Francis Granger Hall and Betsey Pomeroy Hamlin] ; res. 
D. ; sash, blind, and door manufacturer; ist lieut., adjt. 

Fanny Bradner Grant (1106,103,04) b. Dansville, N. Y., Apr. 25, 
1868; m. D., Oct. 15, 1890, John Henry Gregory [b. Rochester, N. 
Y., Sep. 21, 1864; s. of John Gregory and Alice Redfern]; res. R.+ 

Alice Bradner Grant (1106,103,05) b. Dansville, N. Y., Apr. 30, 
1871; res. D. 

Mary Louise Grant (1106,103,06) b. Dansville, N. Y., June 23, 1874; 
res. D. 

Cliild of Mary E. Grant {p. 146) and Haaard. 

Flora Hazard (1106,104,00) res. Hazardville.* 

Child of Miranda Grant {p. 146) and Oliver P. Fuller. 

Alice Mary Fuller (1106,105,10) b. Centerville, R. I., Jan. 5, 1861; 
m. Plaiston, N. H., Apr. 10, 1878, Thos. Arnold Briggs [b. Compton, 
R. I., Jan. 19, 1857; s. of Samuel Albert Briggs and Lucy Ann Rice]; 
res. Arlington, Mass. (87 Medford St.); inventor of machinery. + 
Children of Sarah E. Grant {p. 146) and E lis ha Morgan. 

Miles Morgan (1106,105,40) b. Springfield, Mass., Apr. 25, 1864; d. 
S., Oct. 31, 1865. 



288 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

Helen Morgan (1106,105,41) b. Springfield, Mass., May 3, 1866; m. 
Dec. 18, 1895, Frank Leroy Worthy [b. W. Springfield, Mass., June 
24, 1863; s. of Austin Leroy Worthy and Mary Jane Spooner] ; res. 
W. S. ; grain merchant ; Mass. Inst, of Tech. 

Roger Morgan (1106,105,42) b. Springfield, Mass., Feb. 18, 1867; 
res. S. ; employed in envelope factory; Mass. Inst, of Tech.; 2d 
Lieut. Co. G. 2d Regt. Mass. Militia 2 yrs. , Capt. Co. K. 3 yrs.. Col. 
on Governor's Staff since 1897. 

Louise Chapin Morgan (1106,105,43) b. Springfield, Mass., Feb. 15, 
1869; m. Springfield, Mass., Oct. 24, 1894, Alfred Leeds [b. N. Y. 
C, Oct. 20, 1867 ; s. of Charles Henry Leeds and Sarah Perley Lam- 
bert]; res. S. ; paper manufacturer ; grad. Yale Univ. 1887. + 

Fanny Morgan (1106,105,44) b. Springfield, Mass., July 3, 1870; d. 
S., Dec. 4, 1870. 

Sally Morgan (1106,105,45) b. Springfield, Mass., Oct. 6, 1875; d. 
S., Aug. 12, 1879. 

Rachel Morgan (1106,105,46) b. Springfield, Mass., Oct. 9, 1877; d. 
S.,July 1878. 

Daniel Harris Morgan (1106,105,47) b. Springfield, Mass., Jan. 14, 
1879. 

Stewart Chase Morgan (1106,105,48) b. Springfield, Mass., Aug. 30, 
1880; d. S., May 15, 1887. 

Child of Alary A. Grant [p. 1^6) and Edward P. Allen. 

Grace Allen (1106,105,60) b. Dansville, N. Y., Jan. 28, 1866; res. 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Children of Mary A. Grant {p. 1^6) and Charles R. Allen. 

Roderick Grant Allen (1106,105,61) b. Hartford, May 29, 1871; m. 
Nov. II, 1896, Blanche Tryon; res. Brooklyn, N. Y.f 

Elsie Allen (1106,105,62) res. Brooklyn, N. Y.f 

CJiildren of Sidney A. Grant [p. 1^6) and Louise Corbin. 

Lewis Corbin Grant (1106,105,70) b. Rockville, Nov. 27, 1868; m. 
Springfield, Mass., Aug. 17, 1893, Hattie Tyler Somer [b. Pittsfield, 
Mass., 1870; d. S., Dec. 4, 1895 ; dau. of John Kirke Somer and Jane 
Almira Tyler]; res. S. ; manufacturer; now at Dawson City, Alaska. + 

Sidney Allen Grant (1106,105,71) b. Cincinnati, O., Aug. 17, 1874; 
d. Rockville, Apr. 15, 1881. 

Mary Louise Grant (1106,105,72) b. Bondhill, O., Sep. 14, 1878; d. 
Rockville, July 18, 1880. 

Helen Louise Grant (1106,105,73) b. Springfield, Mass., Apr.29, 1890. 
CJiildren of Elizabeth H. Grant {p. 14.J) and Albert T. Wilson. 

Katherine Wilson (1106,105,80) b. Manchester, Feb. 6, 1877. 

Ruth Wilson (1106,105,81) b. Manchester, Dec. 30, 1879. 

Albert Francis Wilson (1106,105,82) b. in Col., Aug. 20, 1884. 

Ralph Grant Wilson (1106,105,83) b. in Col, Apr. 18, 1886. 

Edith Wilson (1106,105,84) b. in Col., Apr. 18, 1891. 

Children of Eliza A. Shaw [p. 7^7) and fames Huntoo}i. 

John Edward Huntoon (1106,140,20) b. Cvittingsville, Vt., Feb. 17, 
1842; m. Elizabeth Billings. + 



NINTH GENERATION. 289 

William Henry Huntoon (1106,140,21) b. Cuttingsville, Vt., May 16, 
1844; m. Luella Young. + 

Frances Eliza Huntoon (1106,140,22) b. Cuttingsville, Vt., vSep. 4, 
1846 ; res. C. 

Clara Belle Huntoon (1106,140,23) b. Cuttingsville, Vt., Jan. 27, 
1852; m. Jan. 19, 1876, Edward C. Wheeler; res. Dorchester, Mass.f + 
Child of Charles L. Shaw {p. 7^7) and Mary C. Barton. 

Charles W. Shaw (1106,140,40) res. Springfield, Mass. ; in the office 
of the S. Republican, f 

Children of Sarah E. Grant (/. i^y) and Edwin T. Evans. 

James Carey Evans (1106,210,20) b. Oswego, N. Y., Dec. 12, 1862; 
m. July 1895 (June 1894), Margaret Erskine, of Chicago, 111. ; res. 
C. ; agent of Anchor Line.f + 

Ernest Grant Evans (1106,210,21) b. Apr. 4, 1864; d. Nov. 27, 1869. 

Grace EUicott Evans (1106,210,22) b. Buffalo, N. Y., Jan. 4, 1866; 
m. Lewiston, N. Y., July 24, 1889, Albert Anderson Noye [b. B., 
June 7, 1863; s. of Richard Kirby Noye and Sara Annan]; res. B. 
(The Lenox); mechanical engineer; sec'y of John T. Noye Mfg. 
Co.; Ph.B. Yale Univ. + 

Ellicott Evans (1106,210,23) b. Buffalo, N. Y., Jan. i, 1869; m. July 
20, 1896, Katherine Hamlin, of B. ; res. B. (Elmwood Av.).f 

Karl Kellogg Evans (1106,210,24) b. Buffalo, N. Y., July 14, 1873. 
Children of Cornelia M. Grant [p. i^y) and Hervey Shriver. 

Ethel Grant Shriver (1106,210,30) b. Baltimore, Md., Jan. 23, 1872; 
m. Oswego, N. Y., Sep. 23, 1895, Guy Roosevelt Beardslee [b. E. 

Creek, N. Y., Oct. 24, 1856; s. of Augustus Beardslee and 

Barnard]; res. E. C. ; electrical power; grad. U. S. Mil. Acad. 1879. 

Gertrude Ellicott Shriver (1106,210,31) b. Baltimore, Md., Oct. 31, 
1874; res. Oswego, N. Y. ; teacher in St. Mary's Hall, Burlington, 
N.J. 

CJiildren of Joseph Grant {p. /.//) and Florence C. Hastings. 

Cornelia Harriet Grant (1106,210,40) b. June 28, 1873; res. Oswego, 
N. Y. (131 E. Second St.).t 

Josephine Hastings Grant (1106,210,41) b. Sep, 28, 1874; res. Oswe- 
go, N. Y. (131 E. Second St.).t 

Sarah Ellicott Grant (1106,210,42) b. Apr. i, 1876; res. Oswego, N. 
Y. (131 E. Second St.).t 

Edith Shriver Grant (1106,210,43) b. Sep. 5, 1877. 

Children of Richard B. Treadivay {p. i.f8) and Mary J. Marsh. 

Kate L. Treadway (1106,212,20) b. May 5,1855. 

Minerva G. Treadway (1106,212,21) b. June 5, 1857; m. Harry Ha- 
genbrack, of Dunkirk, N. Y. 

James M. Treadway (1106,212,22) b. June 1861; d. Aug. 1897; m. 
Julia Hoyt, of Utica, N. Y. 
Children of Cornelia P. Treadway {p. 148) and John H. Russell. 

Minerva Treadway Russell (1106,212,60) b. June 1866. 

Mary McPherson Russell (1106,212,61) b. July 20, 1867. 



290 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

John Harry Russell (1106,212,62) b. Nov. 24, 1872; in U. S. N. 
Cliild of Mary B. Grant {p. 148) and George W. Parkhurst. 

George Grant Parkhurst (1106,214,00) b. Oct. 12, 1881. 

Child of Josephine L. Grant [p. 148) and William R. Hosnier. 

Mary Louise Hosmer (1106,214,10) b. Apr. 28, 1878; Vassar Coll. 
Child of Elizabeth P. Grant {p. 148) and Joseph L. King. 

Walter Grant King (1106,214,20) b. N. Y. C, Nov. 12, 1871; res. 
Buffalo, N. Y. (31 Norwood Av.); chemical engineer; with Barber 
Asphalt Paving Co. ; B.S. Cornell Univ. 1892, M.S. 1894. 

Child of Eunice M. Powers {p. 148) and Edzvard Andreivs. 

Louis Andrews (1106,461,70) b. Grand Id., Neb., July 9, 1876; m. 
Dinuba, Cal., Aug. 8, 1897, Dora A. Parks. + 

Children of Eunice M. Powers {p. 148) and Henry Kirkpatrick. 

Mary Ellen Kirkpatrick (1106,461,71) b. Newville, Colusa Co., Cal,, 
Dec. 16, 1879. 

John Henry Kirkpatrick (1106,461,72) b. Dinuba, Cal., May 22, 1890. 
CJnld of Helen Bishop [p. 14^) and James Potter. 

ValdaW. Potter (iio6,46iA,oo)res. Monmouth, 111. (602 S. 8th St.). f 
Children of Orris A. Bishop {p. i4g) and Julia Howard. 

Joseph Howard Bishop (iio6,46iA,2o) res. Chicago, 111. (213 Warren 
Av.).t 

Helen Elizabeth Bishop (11 06,46 1 A, 21) b. Manchester, Iowa, Dec. 
10, 1867; m. Wheaton, 111., May 22, 1889, Jas. Scott Evans [b. Lon- 
don, Eng., Aug. 25, 1867; d. Chicago, 111., Oct. i, 1896; s. of John 
Evans and Fanny Scott]; res. C. (213 Warren Av.).+ • 

Walter Herbert Bishop (iio6,46iA, 22) b. Chicago, 111., Dec. 17, 
1868; m. C, Sept. 6, 1890, Clara Emily Harrison [b. nr. Norfolk, 
Neb., Dec. 2, 1872; dau. of John Jesse Harrison and Diana Fanny 
Munson]; res. C. (213 Warren Av.); letter carrier.+ 

Mabel Emma Bishop (1106,461 A, 23) m. Gregg; res. Chicago, 

111. (213 Warren Av.).f 

Charles Clinton Bishop (iio6,46iA,24) res. Chicago, 111. (213 Warren 
Av.).t 

CJiildren of Charlotte M. Grant (/. /^p) and Vincent S. Boggs. 

Maud Grant Boggs (1106,462,50) b. Chicago, 111., May 12, 1879. 

Edith Olivia Boggs (1106,462,51) b. Oak Park, 111., Sep. 23, 1881. 

Oliver Stevenson Boggs (1106,462,52) b. and d. Chicago, 111., Sep. 11, 
1884. 

Children of Herbert H. Grant {p. 14^). 
Oren Vincent Grant (1106,462,60). 
Ira Earl Grant (1106,462,61). 
Lotta Luella Grant (1106,462,62). 
Fay S. Grant (1106,462,63). 
Elsie D. Grant (1106,462,64). 
Lucille Elinor Grant (1106,462,65). 
William Hobert Grant (1106,462,66). 



NINTH GENERATION. 291 

Child of Mary L. Grant {p. 14Q) and Nichols. 

Nelson William Nichols (1106,462,70). 

Child of Ida T. Grant {p. i^g) and Thomas Payne. 

Payne (1106,466,00) b. andd. Shakopee, Minn., Mch. 21, 187 1. 

Children of Orville E. Grant {p. i^g) and Nora Ross. 
Nillie Grant (1106,466,10) b. Apr. 15, 1881. 
Guy Grant (1106,466,11) b. Nov. 1884. 

Children of Melvin C. Grant {p. i^g) and Mary Star ley. 
Earl Wellington Grant (1106,466,30) b. Apr. 29, 1892. 
Eoy Myron Grant (1106,466,31) b. Nov. 18, 1894. 

CJiild of ArcJiie F. Grant {p. i^g) and Laura Darrozv. 
Florence Verda Grant (1106,466,80) b. June 20, 1890. 

Children of David J. Sinclair {p. 150) and Irene M. Moody. 
Malcolm Cheney Sinclair (1106,490, 20) b. Duluth, Minn., June, i, 1886. 
Nellie Mary Sinclair (1106,490,21) b. Duluth, Minn., July 21, 1887. 

Child of William H. Sinclair {p. /50) and Nellie Harter. 
RoUin Hugh Sinclair (1106,490,30) b. June 9, 1898. 
Children of Edzvard D. Sinclair {p. 1^0) and Mary M. Rackliff. 
Edna Irene Sinclair (1106,490,60) b. Livermore, Iowa, June 12, 1891. 
Sernice Florence Sinclair (1106,490,61) b. Livermore, Iowa, June 30, 
1893. 

Gladya Lucille Sinclair (1106,490,62) b. Livermore, Iowa, May 16, 
1897. 

Children of Mary E. Sinclair {p. 1^0) and Frank Fenn. 
Vesta EUen Fenn (1106,490,70) b. Rodman, Iowa, June 30, 1894. 
Frank Howard Fenn (1106,490,71) b. Rodman, Iowa, Apr. 5, 1896. 

Child of Fred H. Miller {p. 1^0) and Blanche Phare. 
Blanche Helen Miller (1106,494,50) d. inf. 

■Child of Jennie L. Grant {p. i^i) and Eugene Harris. 
Jennie Grant Harris (1106,670,00) b. Coventry, July 14, 1879; res. 
Hartford (234 Barbour St.). 

Children of Charles L. Grant {p. i^i) and Clara J. Brown. 
Lizzie Mabel Grant (1106,673,00) b. Rockville, May 29, 1879. 
Charles Earle Grant (1106,673,01) b. Hartford, June 3, 1890. 
Child of Lowell C. Grant [p. i^i) and Nellie F. Ladd. 

Grant (1106,673,10) (s.), d. at birth. 

Child of John T. Williams {p. i^i) and June Moor. 
Paul Williams (1106,681,10) b. Feb. 15, 1894. 

Children of Augusta J. Clark {p. iji) and Richard Relf. 
Henry Clark Relf (1106,682,10) b. Superior, Wis., Apr. 12, 1863; m. 
Denver, Col., Mch. 11, 1891, Elnora Weaver [b. Alma, Mich., June 
17, 1866; dau. of Henry Weaver and Elnora Ann Beebe] ; res. Ta- 
coma, Wash.; civil engineer; with N. P. R. R. and U. P. R. R. 
since 1880; Univ, of Minn. 1877-9. + 



292 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

Richard Howard Relf (1106,682,11) b. Superior, Wis., Oct. 6, 1864; 
m. St. Paul, Minn., July 12, 1891, Mary Ellen Howes [b. Ports- 
mouth, N. H., July 8, 1869; dau. of Jas. Samuel Howes and Ellen 
Attwood; res. S. P. ; with N. P. R. R. since 1879.+ 

Hermine Relf (1106,682,12) b. Superior, Wis., Mch. 8, 1867; res. St. 
Paul, Minn. (76 Park PI.). 

Nelson Relf (1106,682,13) b. Superior, Wis., Apr. 29, 1869; d. S., 
Dec. 18, 1872. 

Herbert Kemper Relf (1106,682,14) b. Superior, Wis., June 26, 1871 ; 
res. St. Paul, Minn. ; clerk with N, P. R. R. ; form, civil engineer, 
bank cashier, and real estate and insurance broker; 2d Lieut. Co. G. 
ist. Regt. N. G. W. 1890-1; warden of St. John's Ch. 

Frank Williams Relf (1106,682,15) b. Superior, Wis., Apr. 17, 1874; 
res. St. Paul, Minn. (76 Park PL); clerk with G. N. R. R. ; form, 
bookkeeper, cashier, collector, and stenographer; choirmaster and 
organist. 

Frances Helen Relf (1106,682,16) b. Superior, Wis., Apr. 17, 1874; 
res. St. Paul, Minn. (76 Park PI.). 

Cliild of Helen Clark [p. i^i) and Alonzo Palmer. 

Lester Clark Palmer (1106,682,30) b. Torch Lake, Mich., July i, 1868; 
d. on Lake Huron, Oct. 15, 1871. 

Children of Richard B. Moore {p. 1^2) and Helen AI. Stern. 

Gwendolyn Emily Moore (1106,684,20) b. Denver, Col., Oct. 8, 1893. 

Robert Stern Moore (1106,684,21) b. Denver, Col., Sep. 16, 1897; d. 
D., Sep. 22, 1897. 

CLAN D. 

Child of David D. Grant {_p. ij2 ) and Mary E. Caswall. 

David Caswall Grant (1108,212,20) b. Franklin, Pa., Oct. 12, 1869; 
m. Toledo, O., Oct. 12, 1889, Clara Beatrice Hopkins [b. New Or- 
leans, La., July 21, 1865; dau. of Rev. Wm. Cyprian Hopkins and 
Cornelia Stevens]; res. Toledo, O. ; operator for Associated Press; 
editor and operator with United Press Asso. , Chicago, 111., 7 yrs. ; 
drummer Co. F. i6th Regt. N. G. Pa. 1 880-6. + 

Children of Joseph W. Grant [p. 1J2) and Myra B. Fay. 

Kate Denison Grant (1108,212,30) b. Franklin, Pa., Apr. 18, 1877; 
res. F. 

Edwin Joseph Grant (1108,212,31) b. Franklin, Pa., Jan. 14, 1879; 
Yale Univ. 

Henry Fay Grant (1108,212,32) b. Franklin, Pa., July 16, 1882. 

Josephine Grant (1108,212,33) b. Franklin, Pa., July 16, 1882. 

Denison Wadsworth Grant (1108,212,34) b. Franklin, Pa., Aug. 21, 
1890. 
Children of Gertrude H. Washburn {p. IJ2) and Henry F. Norton. 

Ellen Grant Norton (1108,213,20) b. Berlin, Apr. 12, 1865; res. E. 
Helena, Mont. ; stenographer. 

Wadsworth "Washburn Norton (1108,213,21) b. Berlin, Apr. 21, 1867; 
res. Great Falls, Mont. ; supt. of smelter; Cornell Univ. 1886-8. 



NINTH GENERATION, 293 

Lena Goodrich Norton (1108,213,22) b. Berlin, Jan, 19, 1869; res. 
N. Y. C. ; teacher.* 

Alfred Buckley Norton (1108,213,23) b. Syracuse, N. Y., Feb. 6, 1873; 
m. E. Helena, Mont., Mch, 24, 1897, Carrie Burns [b. E. H., 1875; 
dau. of Alex. F.Burns]; res. E. H.; electrician; Cornell Univ. 1891-2. 

Gertrude Parmelee Norton (1108,213,24) b. Syracuse, N. Y., Jan. 22, 
1875; res. E. Helena, Mont.; teacher. 

CLAN E. 
Children of Nellie Grant [p. ijj) and Arthur M. Powers. 
Ralph Lee Powers (1109,363,00) b. Apr. 11, 1888. 
Roy Glenn Powers (1109,363,01) b. Apr. 5, 1889. 

Child of George S. Biindy {p. ijj) and Dora L. Mills. 
Earl Sydney Bundy (1109,363,20) b. Erie, Kan., Nov. 12, 1894. 

CI^AN F. 
Child of Edzvard Grant {p. i^j) and Amanda Hayes. 
Lucy Grant (1120,201,10) m. (i) Aurelius Barber, who d. ; m. (2) 
Morton, who d.; res. Windsorville ; Mr. B. was a wagon- 



maker. f- 

Cliildren of Elvira Grant {p. i^j) and Henry C. StougJiton. 

Josephine Maria Stoughton (1120,201,20) b. Wapping, Dec. 28, 1840; 
m. Chas. T. Lyman; res. W.f + 

Gertrude Elvira Stoughton (1120,201,21) b. Wapping, Apr. 5, 1843; 
m. (i) W., Jan. i, 1862, Franklin A. Sadd [(perhaps b. Oct. 20, 1837); 
d. W. ; s. of Wm. Sadd and Maronet Allen]; m. (2) W., Orrin G. 
Hollister, who was b. W. ; res. Manchester; Mr. S. gave the fund 
that started the high school; Mr. H. is a contractor and builder.f 

Anna Hephzibah Stoughton (1120,201,22) b. Wapping; d. W., May 
29, 1862, ae 17 yrs. 

John Calvin Stoughton (1120,201,23) b. Wapping, June 9, 1847; m. 
S. Windsor, May 5, 1874, Elizabeth Ann Pitkin [b. S. W., Aug. 13, 
1854; dau. of Evelyn Riley Pitkin and Esther Jeannette Stiles]; res. 
W. ; merchant and postmaster since 1872 ; form, farmer; school com- 
mitteeman, rep. ; lecturer of W. Grange. + 

Charles E. Stoughton (1120,201,24) b. Wapping, Aug. 1850; d. W., 
Apr. 10 (20), 1S63. 

Chauncey E. Stoughton (1120,201,25) b. Wapping, Aug. 1850; d. W. , 
Sep. 16, 1851. 

Oscar Harvey Stoughton (1120,201,26) b. Wapping, Jan. 23, 1853; m. 
Lena H. Geer (1211,132,05); res. W. ; farmer; served 3 yrs. on the 
" Hartford. "f + 

Children of Zelotes C. Grant {p. 154) and Bethia Morse. 

Edward Clinton Grant (1120,202,00) d. Mch. 20, 1843, ae 21 mos. 

Charles Arthur Grant (1120,202,01) b. June 30, 1845 \ d. (prob. unm.), 
Fairfax, Va., Jan. 1874; res. N. Y. C. ; a very handsome and bright 
man. 



294 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

Child of Trnmbull H. Grant {p. 75^) and Ann . 

Henry Trumbull Grant (1120,202,20) b. E. Windsor, a. 1830; d. s. p. 
Newark, N. J., June 10, 1885, ae 55; m. Windsor, Sep. 8, 1853, Sarah 
J. Phelan, of Windsor Locks, who was b, Lee, Mass., a. 1834; res. 
W. and N. ; wid. rem. to L. I. City, N. Y. ; machinist. 

Child of Emily M. Grant (/. i^f) and Edivin Matthews. 

Adeline C. Matthews (1120,202,30) d. Lafayette, Ind., July i or 2, 
1852, ae 17 yrs. 

Children of Alfred S. Grant (/. isf) and Julia Woodruff. 

Emily Cornelia Grant (1120,202,50) b. Bristol, Nov, 3, 1841 ; m. New 
Haven, Jan. 21, 1873, ^eo. W. Andrews [b. Meriden, Feb, 12, 1848; 
s. of Amos Andrews and Fanny Woodruff]; res, N. H. {t,i Norton 
St,) ; travelling- salesman. $+ 

Martha Christina Grant (1120,202,51) b. Bristol, Nov. 27, 1843; d. 
B., Dec, 20, 1843, 

Charles Alfred Grant (1120,202,52) b. New Haven, July 6, 1850; m. 
N. H., Dec. 8, 1874, May Jane Strickland [b, Springfield, Mass., 
Feb. 18, 1854; dau. of Edwin Fayette Strickland and Sophronia 
Barnes] ; res. Manitou, Col, ; dealer in books, stationery, and tourists' 
goods ; pres. of school board, recorder of M. ; senior warden and treas. 
of St. Andrews P. E. Ch.$+ 

Adeline Julia Grant (1120,202,53) b. New Haven, Apr. 3, 1853; d, 
Worcester, Mass., Nov. 19, 1873; m. N. H., Sep, 9, 1872, Allston 
Ezra Parmenter, of W. [b. Southboro, Mass., Apr. 24, 1851; d, Los 
Angeles, Cal., May 1879; s. of Warren Parmenter and Priscilla Steel]; 
res. W. ; organ and piano tuner. + 

Children of Frederic L. Gleason {p. i^f) and Martha Willard. 

Frederic Grant Gleason (1120,205,00) b. Middletown, Dec. 18, 1848; 
m. Chicago, 111., Oct. 19, 1887, Mabel Blanche Kennicott [b. C, Aug. 
16, 1858; dau. of Dr, Jonathan Asa Kennicott and Marie Antoinette 
Fiske] ; res, C. (74 Auditorium) ; composer and teacher of music; 
Leipzig Conservatory 1869; organist of Asylum Hill Cong. Ch. of 
Hartford, and First Cong. Ch. of New Britain; music editor on C. 
Tribune, managing editor of Musical Review; director of theoretical 
dept. of C. Conservatory; hon. vice-pres. of N. Y. Manuscript Soc, 
pres. of C. Manuscript Soc, ; pres. of American Patriotic Musical 
League; director, examiner and fellow of American College of 
Musicians; received a gold medal from the Asso. die Benemeriti 
Italiana ; among his compositions are the operas ' * Otho Visconti " and 
" Montezuma," " The Culprit Fay," and " Edris," 
Annie Kate Gleason (1120,205,01) d. Norwich, 1865, ae 13 yrs, 
Thomas Williams Gleason (1120,205,02) b. Hartford, Sep. 4, 1859; 
m. H., Oct. 19, 1887, Nellie Watkinson Stone [b. Columbus, O., Oct, 
2, 1859; dau. of Collins Stone and Ellen Jane Gill]; res. Lewiston, N. 
Y.; with Conn. Mutual Life Ins. Co. 1879-88; farmer at Holden, 
Mass., and Rutland, Mass., 1888-92; with Adrian City, Mich., Mills 
1892-5; manager of Great Granite Gold Mining and Development 



NINTH GENERATION. 296 

Co. since 1897; private in Co. K. ist Regt. Conn. N. G. 1880, signal 
officer 1885-6; dea. of Holden Cong. Ch. + 

Mary Willard Gleason (1120,205,03) b. Hartford, Oct. 29, 1861; m. 
H., Oct. 28, 1890, Henry Seely White [b. Cazenovia, N. Y., May 20, 
1861 ; s. of Aaron White and Isadore Maria Haight] ; res. Evanston, 
111. ; A.B. Wesleyan Univ. 1882, Ph.D. Univ. of Gottingen 1891; in- 
structor in Hackettstown, N. J., Sem. 1883-4, tutor of mathematics 
in Wesleyan Univ. 1884-7, asst. in mathematics in Clark Univ. 
1890-2, prof, of mathematics in Northwestern Univ. since 1892; 
among her rnusical compositions are "To Woo," "Two Brown 
Owls," "A Rose Song," " The Ballad of the Brook. "+ 

Children of Oliver G. Terry {p. 75^) and Sophia Jones. 

Algernon Sidney Terry (1120,230,00) b. Hartford, Mch. 25, 1832; d. 
H., Aug. 4, 1833. 

Henry Jones Terry (1120,230,01) b. Hartford, Feb. 15, 1834; d. H., 
Mch. 5, 1834. 

Helen Sophia Terry (1120,230,02) b. Hartford, Aug. 28, 1836; d. H., 
July 13, 1839. 

George Terry (1120,230,03) b. Hartford, Dec. 22, 1842; d. H., Aug. 
3, 1844. 

Maria Francis Terry (1120,230,04) b. Albany, N. Y., May 3, 1845; 
d. Hartford, Sep. 20, 1864. 

Child of Oliver G. Terry {p. ij^) and Amelia Smith. 

Mary Amelia Terry (1120,230,05) b. Hartford, Oct. 19, 1863; res. H. 
CJiildren of Mary J. Grant {p. 755) and Henry Wright. 

Wright (1120,232,00) d. y. 

William Henry Wright (1120,232,01) b. a. 1849; m. Lyle H. Crocker, 
dau. of Griswold Crocker; res. Deepriver.f + 

Children of William B. Grant [p. 755) and Sarah E. Johnson. 

Emerett L. Grant (1120,232,30) b. (New Haven?), June 19, 1851; d. 
s. p. Hadlyme, a. i yr. after she m. Wm. Ryan, of E. Lyme, who 
m. (2) . 

Florence B. Grant (1120,232,31) b. New Haven, Feb. 26, 1854; m. 
Henry W. Maynard [b. S. Lyme; s. of Anson Maynard]; res. Col- 
chester; farmer. + 

Edna P. Grant (1120,232,32) d. May 14, 1862, a; 2 yrs. 

Annie Shurman Grant (1120,232,33) b. Lyme, June 24, 1866; m. 
Norwich, Apr. 16, 1884, Moses Augustus Baker [b. Montville, Apr. 
10, 1854; s. of Henry G. Baker and Emma Fielding]; res. N. (123 
Maple St.); truckman. $+ 

Child of Nancy G. Bliss {p. 755) and Proctor Pearce. 

Pearce (1120,234,00) stillborn Nov. 18, 1854. 

Children of Caroline C. Culver {p. 755) and Lorenzo D. Ely. 

Oliver Culver Ely (1120,241,20) b. Brighton, N. Y., 1842; d. inf. B. 

Alice Elizabeth Ely (1120,241,21) b. Brighton, N. Y., Mch. 6, 1844; 
m. Rochester, N. Y., July 20, 1870, Geo. Candee Buell [b. Geneseo, 
N. Y., Oct. 12, 1822; d. R., Jan. 24, 1898; s. of Eben Norton Buell 



296 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

and Rebecca Root; m. (i) 1845, Julia Gilkinson, who d. 1846; m. 
(2) 1850, Elizabeth House Bloss (d. Mch. 3, 1865; dau. of Wm. C. 
Bloss)]; res. R. (9 Livingston Park); wholesale grocer; director and 
vice-pres. of Traders' National Bank many yrs. ; director of N. Y. C. 
and H. R. R. R. 1886-98; trustee of Auburn Theol. Sem., Univ. of 
R., R. Orphan Asylum, and the Industrial School; alternate delegate 
at large to Rep. national conv. 1888; elder of First Pres. Ch. 20 yrs., 
S. S. Supt. 13 yrs. ; pres. of Y. M. C. A. ; a masterful man, well in- 
formed, honorable, prudent and generous. $+ 

Caroline Ely (1120,241,22) b. Brighton, N. Y., Apr. 4, 1848; d. B., 
Aug. 1849. 

Lorenzo Douglas Ely (1120,241,23) b. Brighton, N. Y., June 24, 1850; 
res. Rochester, N, Y. (359 East Av.); farmer and dealer in thorough- 
bred stock. $ 

Cornelia Culver Ely (1120,241,24) b. Brighton, N. Y., Jan. i, 1859; 
m. Rochester, N. Y,, Nov. 11, 1895, Howard Augustus Smith [b. 
N. Y. C. ; s. of Augustus F. Smith and Lucy Elliot]; res. R. (450 
East Av.). 

Children of Julia A. Culver (/. 1^6) and J ol in T. Barnuni. 

Nathaniel Culver Barnum (1120,244,60) b. Walworth, N. Y., Feb. 26, 
1855; m. Apr. 30, 1895; res. Buffalo, N. Y. ; sewer pipe manufac- 
turer, f 

John Thompson Barnuni (1120,244,61) b. Walworth, N. Y., Mch. 5, 
1857 ; m. June 9, 1881 ; res. Minneapolis, Minn. ; trunk manufacturer; 
Rensselaer Poly. Inst.f 

Children of James B. Cooke {p. 1^6) and Lucretia P. Caulkins. 

Mary Elizabeth Cooke (1120,261,10) b. Orwell, Vt., June 28, 1844; 
m. O., Nov. 19, 1867, Edson Jas. Higgins [b. Benson, Vt., June 10, 
1843; d. St. Clair Co., Mo., Sep. 27, 1882]; res. Chalklevel, Mo.; 
teacher and stock raiser; member of Home Guard at B. ; elder in C. 
P. ch., Henry Co., Mo.+ 

Emma Lucretia Cooke (1120,261,11) b. Orwell, Vt., Nov. 7, 1845; d. 
Shoreham, Vt., July 26, 1876; m. O., Mch. 25, 1867, Dr. Chas. 
Franklin Branch; major. + 

Julia Mason Cooke (1120,261,12) b. Orwell, Vt., Sep. 27, 1849; d. 
unm. O., Jan. 2 (5), 1883; teacher. 

Sarah Allien Cooke (1120,261,13) b. Orwell, Vt., Oct. 13, 1852; m. 
O. , May 12, 1869, Chas. Baker Goodrich [b. Benson, Vt. , May ir, 
1836; s. of Elizur Goodrich and Maria Baker]; res. B. ; farmer; ist 
selectman, J. P. 20 yrs., other offices; 3 yrs. in ist Vt. Cav. + 

Eliza Ada Cooke (1120,261,14) b. Orwell, Vt., July 7, 1856; d. unm, 
Sep. 25 (30), 1880. 

Jessie Blanche Cooke (1120,261,15) b. Orwell, Vt., Jan. i, 1858; d. 
O., Jan. 3 (2), 1881; m. O., Sep. 26, 1877, Jas. Hull Thomas [b. O., 
Sep. 25, 1855; s. of Julius Clark Thomas and Mary Ann Hull]; res. 
O. ; farmer. + 

Ida Bella Cooke (1120,261,16) b. Orwell, Vt., Nov. 18, i860; d. Aug 
31 (June 3), 1879; ^ poet of promise. 



NINTH GENERATION. 297 

Children of Samuel R. Cooke {p. i^6) and Tirzah MeacJiam. 

Winifred Emogene Cooke (1120,261,40) b. May 31, 1870; m. Sep. 16, 
1890, Stephen Webster Jones, of Brandon, Vt. ; res. B. ; town clerk, f 

Frank Plum Cooke (1120,261,41) b. Apr. 9, 1872 ; res. Burlington, Vt.* 

Fred Mason Cooke (1120,261,42) b. Apr. 9, 1872; res. Hartford (278 
Windsor Av.) ; in clothing business, f 

Children of Eliza A. Cooke {p. 1^6) and William E. Royce. 

"William Edson Royce (1120,261,60) b. Orwell, Vt., May 17, i86i ; d. 
O., May 22, 1 86 1. 

Howard Archibald Royce (1120,261,61) b. Orwell, Vt. , May 18, 1863; 
m. O., July 10, 1888, Philena Helen Abbey [b. O., Feb. 3, 1867; dau. 
of Gideon Abbey and Helen Betsey Skinner] ; res. Kerwin, Kan. ; 
asst. cashier of Traders Bank of K. 1884-7, cashier since 1887. + 

Child of Charles A. Cooke {p. ij6) and Ida E. Mather. 

Charles Mather Cooke (1120,261,70) b. Nov. 30, 1877; res. Orwell, Vt. 
CJiildren of Meriani E. Brezver {p. 757) and George E. Royce. 

Fanny Eliza Royce (1120,265,00) b. Orwell, Vt., Feb. 22, 1858; m. 
Dec. 15, 1886, Chas. Nye Drowne, of Pittsfield, Mass.; res. P.f + 

George Brewer Royce (1120,265,01) b. Orwell, Vt., Aug. 8, i860; 
res. Mena, Ark. ; clerk with K. C, P. and G. R. R. ; form, travelled 
for True Blue Marble Co. , of W. Rutland, Vt. ; 5 yrs. in Vt. N. G. 

Julia Martha Royce (1120,265,02) b. Orwell, Vt., Nov. 4, 1862; d. 
Rutland, Vt, Aug. 19, 1864 (1865). 

Kate Meriam Royce (1120,265,03) b. Rutland, Vt., Dec. 9, 1864; m. 
R., Oct. 5, 1892, Chas. Huestis Hyde [b. Crown Pt., N. Y., Feb. i, 
1857; s. of John Hyde and Caroline Huestis]; res. Boston, Mass.; 
druggist. $ 

Children of Martha A. Brezver {p. isj) and George E. Royce. 

Jennie Martha Royce (1120,265,10) b. Rutland, Vt., Aug. 18, 1867; 
res. Orwell, Vt.$ 

Robert Samuel Royce (1120,265,11) (surname changed to Brewer) b. 
Rutland, Vt. , Aug. 11, 1869; d. Naples, Italy, Jan. 27, 1890. 

Julia Ida Eliza Royce (1120,265,12) b. Orwell, Vt., June 14, i87i;d. 
O., Oct. 13, 1893; m. O., Sep. 8, 1892, Fred Forest Dowlin [b. N. 
Adams, Mass., June 19, 1868; s. of Marshall Richardson Dowlin and 
Sophia McGoon]; res. N. A.; lawyer. + 

Children of Cordelia A. Grant {p. 157) and Russell Keeney. 

Mortimer Radcliff Keeney (1120,301,00) b. Manchester, Mch. 9, 1843; 
m. Springfield, Mass., June 11, 1866, Frances A. Doolittle, of Bris- 
tol; res. B. ; 4 yrs. in Co. B. 13th Conn. Vol. Regt.f 

Albina Eveline Keeney (1120,301,01) b. Rainbow, Sep. 6, 1844; m. 
Holyoke, Mass., Jan. i, 1865, Wm. A. Covell, of Wellfleet, Mass. 
[b. Boston, Mass., Dec. i, 1838; s. of Samuel H. Covell and Allison 
Auld] res. Plainville, Mass. ; postmaster. 

Leverett Washington Keeney (1120,301,02) b. Rainbow, Oct. 20, 1845; 

d. R. next day. 

Harriet Estella Keeney (1120,301,03) b. Windsor Locks, Mch. 16, 



298 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

1847; m. Putney, Vt, Jan. i, 1867, Adelbert Daniel Webster [b. 
Bristol, Mch. 19, 1845; s. of Roswell Webster and Emily Ann Thorp]; 
res. B. ; mechanic in clock factory; Corp. Co. L. 2d Conn. Vol. H. 
Art. 19 mos. 

Eugene Thomas Keeney (1120,301,04) b. S. Manchester, Oct, 29, 
1849; d. Manchester, Jan. 2, 1852. 

Hubert Ransom Keeney (1120,301,05) b. New Britain, Feb. 27, 1851; 
d. N. B., Mch. 26, 1857. 

Delos Clinton Keeney (1120,301,06) b. Plainville, Feb. 6, 1856; m. 
(i) Weimeet, Mass., June 7, 1883, Lottie Maria Newcomb [b. W. ; d. 

Mch. 12, 1888; dau. of Freeman L. Newcomb and Atwood]; 

m. (2) Springfield, Mass., Nov. 11, 1891, Abbie Janie Searle [b. Rich- 
mond Co., N. Y., Dec. 26, 1869; dau. of Henry A. Searle and Mary 
J. Hyland]; res. S. ; restaurant; musician in Co. G. M. V. M. i3yrs. ; 
only child d. 1888. 

Hosmer Franklin Keeney (1120,301,07) b. Bristol, Sep. 26, 1858; m. 
New Bedford, Mass., Apr. 9, 1879, Sadie Eglantine Newcomb [b. 
Wellfleet, Mass., Oct. 18, 1858; dau. of Freeman Louis Newcomb 
and Cordelia Studley Atwood]; res. Plainville, Mass. ; engraver and 
designer of jewelry; form, sailor; past grand of Aurora Lodge I. O. 
O. F. of N. Attleboro, Mass. ; P. S. of Mirimichi Tribe L O. R. M. 
of N. A. ; past master workman of Bennett Lodge A. O. U. W. of 
P. ; past arcon of Conclave No. 483 I. O. H. of N. A. 

Leila Jane Keeney (1120,301,08) b. Bristol, May 30, 1863; m. Spring- 
field; Mass., Jan. 6, 1887, Louis Wesley Kaplinger [b. Broad Brook, 
Aug. 2, 1851; d. S., Mch. 26, 1892; s. of Christian Kaplinger and 
Catharine Fetzer] ; res. S. (Box 363) ; machinist. 

Inez Gertrude Keeney (1120,301,09) b. Willimansette, Mass., May 11, 
1865; m. Albany, N. Y., Dec. 12, 1885, Loren Franklin Dunbar; 
divorced; res. Springfield, Mass. 

Child of Clarinda Grant [p. 757) and Dudley Fox. 
Alice Julia Fox (1120,301,10) b. Hartford, Nov. 22, 1846; m. Glas- 
tonbury, Apr. 15, 1868, Horace Bigelow Olmsted [b. E. Hartford, 
Apr. 25, 1837; d. E. H., Oct. 22, 1885; s, of Aaron Olmsted and 
Harriette Roberts]; res. E. H. ; tobacco merchant. 

Child of Emeline Grant {p. 757) and Richard H. Boylston. 
Charles Walter Boylston (1120,301,30) b. Springfield, Mass., Dec. 17, 
1854; m. Glastonbury, Oct. 4, 1881, Eliza Bates Smith [b. G., July 
29, 1851; dau. of John Wesley Smith and Elizabeth Jane Bates]; res. 
Long Hill; rector of P. E. churches at G. and L. H. ; A.B. Trinity 
Coll. 1878, A.M. 1887. + 

Children of Franklin Grant {p. 757) and Cecilia E. Bean. 
Benjamin Franklin Grant (1120,301,40) b. Rockville, Dec. 14 (Oct. 
20), 1868; res. Boston, Mass.; sometime with Adams Ex. Co.* 

Grant (1120,301,41) (dau.), b. Vernon, Nov. 26, 1870. 

Children of Harriet J. Grant {p. 757) and Norman Thrall {p. ijj). 
Anna Elizabeth Thrall (1120,301,50) b. Ellington, Oct. 9, 1853; d. 
Sep. 29, 1865. 



NlNtli GENERATtON. 299 

Jane Easton Thrall (1120,301,51) b. Wapping, Nov. 28, 1856; m. 
W., Oct. 17, 1877, Clarence G. Watkins, of S. Manchester [b. East- 
ford, May 30, 1854; s. of Lyman Bruce Watkins and Loraine Betsey 
Converse]; res. S. M. ; furniture merchant and undertaker; ist se- 
lectman; she taught bef. m.$+ 

Franklyn Norman Thrall (1120,301,52) b. Wapping, Dec. 5, 1859; 
m. Manchester Green, June 1889, Elisabeth M. Bidwell [b. Hartford, 
Sep. 1861; dau. of John Bidwell and Sarah Rich]; res. H. ; sashes 
and blinds. + 
Children of Rosette Grant {p. i^j) and Carlos IV. TJirall {p. ijj). 

Charles William Thrall (1120,301,70) b. Windsorville, Apr. 15, 1867; 
res. Hartford (873 Broad St.) ; electric car conductor. f 

Carrie Bell Thrall (1120,301,71) b. Ellington, Nov. 18, 1868; d. 
Windsorville, Apr. 18, 1871. 

Pliny Everett Thrall (1120,301,72) b. Windsorville, Oct. 29, 1870; 
res. Hartford (830 Main St); driver. f 

Frederick Marcus Thrall (1120,301,73) b. Windsorville, Aug. 12, 1872; 
res. Glastonbury; journalist; Teat Coll., Muhlenburg Coll.* 

Children of William H. H. Grant {p. 757) and Madeline F. Ward. 

Jessie Ward Grant (1120,301,80) b. Jan. 16, 1884. 

Lucile Grant (1120,301,81) b. Nov. 24, 1886. 

Gertrude Jane Grant (1120,301,82) b. Nov. 14, 1888. 

Harrison Warren Grant (1120,301,83) b. May 12, 1890; d. Oct. 19,1890. 

Children of Chester Grant {p. 138) and Helen J. Johnson. 

Louis L. Grant (1120,304,10) b. S. Windsor, Apr. 5, 1881. 

Marion Ellen Grant (1120,304,11) b. S. Windsor, Apr. 13, 1882. 

Finis Belle Grant (1120,304,12) b. S. Windsor, Nov. 28, 1883. 

Donald J. Grant (1120,304,13) b. S. Windsor, Dec. 29, 1886. 

Vincent Grant (1120,304,14) b. S. Windsor, Aug. 20, 1895; d. S. W., 
Apr. 26, 1896. 

Children of Henry Grant {p. ijS) and Martha A. Hubbard. 

William Henry Grant (1120,304,40) b. Buckland, Nov. 8, 1868; d. 
unm. Wapping, Jan. 6, 1892, 

Alice Marie Grant (1120,304,41) b. Wapping, Sep. 11, 1874; m. W. , 
Oct. 2, 1895, Chas. Foster Ewell [b. Providence, R. I., Jan. 20, 1872; 
s. of Daniel Jas. Ewell and Sophia Cameron]; res. Buckland; sales- 
man in clothing store in Hartford. 

Cliild of Clayton Grant {p. ij8) and Harriet E. Chaffee. 

Gertrude Mabelle Grant (1120,304,50) b. Somerville, July 3, 1868; m. 
Wapping, Nov. 20, 1888, Frederick Ormond Boyinton, of Man- 
chester; res. M. ; form. Hartford, f 

Children of Elvira A. Grant {p. 1^8) and William W. Rogers. 

Alice Idolene Rogers (1120,305,00) b. Hartford, Mch. 30, 1864; m. 
H., June 21, 1893, Frank Young [b. H., Jan. 1864; s. of Joseph 
Wm. Young and Susan Maria ]; res. H. (22 Imlay St.).t + 

Rogers (1120,305,01) (s.), d. y. 



300 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

Children of A lonzo T. Grant {p. ijg) and Frances B. Calkins. 

Eugene Alonzo Grant (1120,305,20) b. Providence, R. I., May 15, 
1871; m. Santa Barbara, Cal,, July 16, 1892, Ethel May Ager [b. 
Willow Creek, Cal., July 20, 1874; dau. of Silas Coleman Ager and 
Mattie S. Roberts]; res. S. B. ; editor and proprietor of the Weekly 
Flag; 2 dans. d. inf. 

Charles Wallace Grant (1120,305,21) b. Spencer, Mass., Jan. 20, 1875 ; 
d. S., Aug. 20, 1877. 

Children of Roland D. Grant {p. i^g) and MaJiala C. Bean. 

Annie Evelyn Grant (1120,305,30) b. Waterloo, N. H., July 7, 1877. 

Ruth Clough Grant (1120,305,31) b. Poughkeepsie, N. Y., June 26, 
1882; d. P., Apr. II, 1883. 

Verona Louise Grant (1120,305,32) b. Wakefield, Mass., Sep. 2, 1884. 

Pryscilla Eaton Grant (1120,305,33) b. Portland, Ore., Mch. 8, 1895. 

Cliildren of Alice M. Looniis {p. i^g) and William F. Holmes. 

Hattie Loomis Holmes (1120,306,20) b. Westfield, Mass., June 24, 
1872; m. Chicago, 111., July 7, 1892, Ernest Albert Crocker [b. C, 
Sep. 19, 1871 ; s. of John Crocker and Mary Steere]; res. C. ; insur- 
ance agent; in Signal Corps ist Regt. 111. N. G.*+ 

Bertha Josephine Holmes (1120,306,21) b. Westfield, Mass., Apr. 15, 
1876; m. Chicago, 111., July 25, 1893, Geo. Wm. Summers [b. Jack- 
sonville, 111., Feb. 16, 1868; s. of Daniel Trober Summers and Caro- 
line Elliott]; res. Springfield, Mass.; salesman. f+ 

Alice Mae Holmes (1120,306,22) b. Westfield, Mass. 

Children of Frank Grant [p. i^p) and Ellen F. Peebles. 

Robert Lyman Grant (1120,307,20) b. Manchester, N. H., Jan. 2, 
1879; Amherst Coll. 

Raymond Windsor Grant (1120,307,21) b. Chester, Mass., Sep. 22, 
1884; d. Westfield, Mass., May 25, 1885. 

Children of Ida E. Grant (/>. /jp) and Andrew J. Fowler. 

Andrew Jackson Fowler (1120,332,00) b. Hartford, Feb. 13, 1857; d. 
Wapping, (1859?). 

Florence Augusta Fowler (1120,332,01) b. Hartford; d. Wappmg, 

(1859?)- , ^. 

Arthur Grant Fowler (1120,332,02) b. Nov. 15, 1861; res. Lake City, 

Minn.; asst. cashier in L. C. Bank.t + 

Amos Seymour Fowler (1120,332,03) b, Nov. 2, 1863; m. ; res. St. 
Paul, Minn.; electric and stationary engineer. f 

Alice Fowler (1120,332,04) b. Dec. 31, 1865; res. St. Paul, Minn.f 

Annie Fowler (1120,332,05) m. Chas. A. Koch; res. Lake City, 
Minn. ; dry goods merchant. f + 

Adelaide Fowler (1120,332,06) b. Apr. 6, 1871; d. June 4, 1897. 
Children of Jiistina M. Grant {p. 160) and Edwin M. Thrall {p. ijj). 

Edna Adella Thrall (1120,332,10) b. Sep. 4, 1866; d. Feb. 17, 1867. 

May Augusta Thrall (i 120,332, 11) b. Windsorville, July 20, 1868; 
m. Burdette J. Pease, of Melrose; res. M.f 

Edward Morgan Thrall (1120,332,12) b. Windsorville, Oct. 21, 1871; 



NINTH GENERATION. 301 

m. Josephine E. Grant (1211,101,12); res. S. Manchester; form. 
Broad Brook; motorman; form, grocery clerk. 

Elmer Grant Thrall (1120,332,13) b. Windsorville, May 2, 1873; res. 
Broad Brook; with Perkins Electric Light Co. of Hartford. f 

Louis Albert Thrall (1120,332,14) b. Windsorville, Nov. 15, 1876. 

Clarence Bradley Thrall (1120,332,15) b. Windsorville, Jan. 15, 1880. 

Child of Frances A. Grant {p. 160) and Elmer G. Clark. 
George Dorus Clark (1120,332,20) b. W. Hartford, Nov. 12, 1869; 
res. W. H. ; banker. 

Children of Bradford H. Grant [p. 160) and Josephiiie M. Pierce. 

Minnie Geneva Grant (1120,332,30) b. Jan. i, 1865; d. Wapping, May 
5, 1874 (Apr. 6, 1876), " ae 9 yrs." 

Edith Evelyn Grant (1120,332,31) b. Wapping, Dec. 15, 1865; m. W., 
Jan. 27, 1887, Prosper Daniel Kibbe [b. W., Sep. 4, 1865 ; s. of Daniel 
C. Kibbe and Hester M. Hall]; res. Manchester; clerk; she is a 
stenographer and writer on the Hartford Courant. + 

Grant (1120,332,32) (s.), d. inf. 

Grant (1120,332,33) (s.), d. inf. 

Children of Frederick S. Grant (/. 160) and Mary J. Talcott. 

Rosalia Warner Grant (1120,332,40) b. Rockville, Apr. 27, 1871 ; m. 
Hartford, June 6, 1893, Clifford Holcombe House [b. Glastonbury, 
Aug. 25, 1869; s. of Wallace House and Mary Sophia Bartholomew] ; 
res. G. ; architect and builder. + 

Jane Eliza Grant (1120,332,41) b. Hartford, July 2, 1873; m. H., 
Oct. 24, 1894, Jas. Monroe Grant [b. H., Nov. 5, 1872; s. of Jas. 
Monroe Grant and Alice Maria Wheeler]; res. H. (53 Vine St.); 
dealer in lime and cement. + 

Horace Ransom Grant (1120,332,42) b. Hartford, Aug. 18, 1876. 

Charles Sanford Grant (1120,332,43) b. Hartford, May 7, 1881. 

Cliildren of Laura M. Grant {p. 160) and Frank Avery. 

Frederic H. Avery (1120,332,50) b. S. Windsor; res. Talcottville.f 

Gertrude Amy Avery (1120,332,51) b. S. Windsor; m. May 11, 1898, 
Wm. Morgan Foster; res Wapping. f 

Mabel E. Avery (1120,332,52) b. S. Windsor; res. Manchester.! 

Emma F. Avery (1120,332, 53) b. S. Windsor; res. Manchester.! 

Edith L. Avery (1120,332,54) b. S. Windsor. 

Ralph B. Avery (1120,332,55) b. S. Windsor, Nov. 29, 1891. 
Children of Emily A. Torbiish (/. 160) and Warren L. Goss. 

Harry Terboss Goss (1120,335,30) b. Philadelphia, Pa., Oct. 20, 1871; 
m. Worcester, Mass., June 16, 1896, Anna Maria Staples [b. S. Mil- 
ford, Mass., Sep. 7, 187 1; dau. of Thos. Benton Staples and Anna 
Maria Bates]; res. Rutherford, N. J. (78 Chestnut St.); mechanical 
engineer; B.S. Worcester Poly. Inst. 1894. 

Child of Chester Weed {p. 161) and Cora Chaplin. 

Bertha Weed (1120,350,30) b. Muscatine, Iowa, Sep. 1874; d. ae 
2 days. 



302 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

Children of Eliza A. Weed {p. i6i) and Joseph Bridgnian. 

Frederick Bridgman (i 120,350,40) b. Burlington, Iowa, Apr. 15, 1843; 
m. Mch. II, 1867, Louise Meason, who was b. in Pa., May 27, 1848; 
res. Kansas City, Mo. ; ist asst. in office of city assessor. 

Anna Bridgman (1120,350,41) b. Muscatine, Iowa, Mch. i, 1846; d. 
M., July 2, 1846. 

Charles Weed Bridgman (1120,350,42) b. Muscatine, Iowa, Feb. 25, 
1848; m. M., Anna Barrows Coe [b. Knox Co., 111. ; dau. of Lewis 
Coe and Sophia Coe]; res. M. ; insurance and real estate broker; 
form, clerk and brick manufacturer. + 

Edward Bridgman (1120,350,43) b. Muscatine, Iowa, July 10, 1850; 
d. M., Mch. II, 1851. 

CLAN H. 
Children of Louisa C. Bond {p. 161) ajid David Tipple. 

Louisa Tipple (1136,510,00) m. Jan. i, 1856, Henry S. Hanan. 

Eugene A. Tipple (1136,510,01) b. Oneida Co., N. Y., May 22, 1836; 
m. Rutland, Wis., Sep. 29, 1859, Dorcas Remington [b. Ellisburg, 
N. Y. ; dau. of Henry Remington and Susan Babcock] ; res. Stough- 
ton, Wis. ; farmer; served in Co. F. 42d Regt. Wis. Vol. Inf. 1864-5. + 

Merticia Tipple (1136,510,02) m. i860, Jas. C. Brown. 

Gertrude Tipple (1136,510,03). 

Francis Tipple (1136,510,04). 

Mary Tipple (1136,510,05). 

Child of Henry E. Vogell {p. 161) and Martha Harris. 

AugustusEugeneVogell (1136,514,10) b. N. Y. C, Apr. 28, 1866; 
m Monticello, N. Y., June 22, 1892, Lura May Allyn [b. M., Oct. 
15, 1869; dau. of Benj. Franklin Allyn and Rebecca Hallenbeck]; 
res. N. Y. C. ; on staff of Evening Post; author of several books on 
sports; only child d. 

Child of George J. Vogell {p. 161). 

Augustus Vogell (1136,514,20). 
Children of Georgeanna M. Vogell [p. 161) and Willey J. P. Kingsley. 

Burt Alton Kingsley (1136,514,30) b. Nov. 30, 1861; d. Mch. 13,1864. 

George Lyle Kingsley (1136,514,31) b. Rome, N. Y., June 28, 1864; 
d. unm. Boston, Mass., Sep. 25, 1890; house surgeon in Mass. Gen- 
eral Hospital; A.B. Yale Univ. 1886, M.D. Harvard Univ.; pub- 
lished a work on urinary analysis; invented valuable electrical ap- 
pliances and a table of measurements for determining anatomical 
deformities; had already attained some celebrity; a true man in 
every respect. 

Willey Lyon Kingsley (1136,514,32) b. Rome, N. Y., June 28, 1866; 
res. R. ; physician; A.B. Yale Univ. 1886; M.D. Harvard Univ. 
1 891; chairman of board of police and fire commissioners; pres. of 
R. Factory Bldg. Co., Bingham Harness Co., and First N. Y. Beet 
Sugar Co. ; vice-pres. of R. Manuf. Co. 

Child of William G. Tipple {p. 162) and Melissa Stoektvell. 

Ralph Tipple (1136,515,00) b. Oct. i859ori86o; res. Sherrill, N. Y.f 



KINTH GENERATION. 303 

Child of Oscar F. Tipple {p. 162) and Eunicy E. Davis. 

Lillian Candace Tipple (1136,515,10) b. Rutland, Wis., Feb. 2, 1870; 
m. Stoug-hton, Wis., May 17, 1890; Walter M. Carr [b. New London, 
Wis., Mch. 30, 1866; s. of Wm. Daniels Carr and Mary Pace]; res.S. ; 
pharmacist; Univ. of Wis. 1888. + 

Children of Harriette A. Tipple {p. 162) and Henry J. Ear ley. 

Clinton Henry Earley (1136,515,30) b. Rutland, Wis., Oct. 7, 1865. 

Clayton James Earley (1136,515,31) b. Durand, Wis., Dec. 6, 1866; 
res. Vernon Center, N. Y.f 

M. Belle Earley (1136,515,32) b. Vernon Center, N. Y., July 16, 1868; 
m. Dundee, N. Y., Jan. 7, 1888, Clarence Eben Smith [b. V. C, 
Aug. 21, 1866; s. of Eben Benham Smith and Sophia Young]; res. 
V. C.+ 

Fred Grant Earley (1136,515,33) b. Vernon Center, N. Y., Feb. 15, 
1875 ; res. V. C.f 

CJiildren of Flora M. Grant [p. 162) and Luther Bronson. 

Casimir Hanson Bronson (1136,520,00) b. Winchester, Aug. 29, 1845 ; 
m. Torrington, Oct. 23, 1866, Frances Augusta Palmer [b. Harwin- 
ton, Nov. 30, 1846; dau. of Addison Palmer and Phoebe Fowler]; 
res. Waterbury; general agent of Mass. Mutual Life Ins. Co. and 
fire insurance agent. + 

Stella Amelia Bronson (1136,520,01) b. Winchester, Apr. 3, 1851; m. 
Waterbury, Sep. 5, 1893, Frederick Henry Laforge [b. New Haven, 
May 4, 1835; s. of Frederick Hunt Laforge and Mary Thomas]; res. 
Waterbiiry. 

Children of Matthew A. Grant (/. 162) and Chloe Cobb. 

Chloe or Flora Louisa Grant (1136,520,10) b. Burrville (Torringford), 
Jan. 18, 1847; d. s. p. B., Nov. 15, 1875; m. B., Nov. 26, 1867 (i868j, 
Henry H. Rowley, of New Haven, s. of Elias Rowley, of Winsted; 
res. B. and W. ; wid. rem. to the West; hotel keeper. 

Mary Adele Grant (1136,520,11) b. Burrville (Torringford), May 4, 
1854 (1855); m. Oct. 21, 1874, Geo. Burr [b. T., Oct. 19, 1851; s. of 
Lucius Burr and Sarah Jane Woodruff]; res. B.f+ 

Calista Isabel Grant (1136,520,12) b. Burrville, Nov. 16 (6), 1858; d, 
B., Apr. II, 1862. 

Child of William A. Grant {p. 162) and Lucena M. Shattiick. 

Maria Lucena Grant (1136,520,20) b. W. Torrington, Mch. 12, 1847; 
m. Torrington, Jan. 25, 1870, John Humphrey; res. E. Winsted. f + 

Child of William A. Grant {p. 162) and ElizabetJi L. Wadhanis. 

Adah Bell Grant (1136,520,21) b. W. Torrington, Apr. 21, 1S65; m. 
Burrville, May 21, 1884, John Barber Colt [b. Torringford, May 23, 
1862; s. of Christopher Colt and Sarah Barber]; res. Torrington; 
asst. engineer of electric light works. + 

Children of Daniel A. Grant {p. 162) and Elniina E. Eggleston. 

Howard Augustus Grant (1136,520,30) b. W. Torrington, Feb. 27, 
1847; d. unm. W. T., Sep. 10, 1876; res. W. T. ; farmer. 



304: THE GRANT FAMILY. 

Flora Roxana Grant (1136,520,31) b. W. Torrington, Jan. 30, 1850; 
m. Torrington, Jan. 30, 1868, Orlando Miguel Carr, of T. [b. New 
Hartford, May 5, 1839; s. of Luman Carr and Nancy Neal]; res. T. 
(Riverside Av. ); carpenter and joiner. + 

Cliild of Susan R. Grant {p. i6j) and George R. Clark. 

George Luther Clark (1136,520,40) b. July i, 1849; d. ; res. Erie, Pa. 

CIvAN K. 
Children of Desire Wheeler {p. i6j) and Peres Wheeler. 

Robert "Wheeler (1142,100,00) b. Stonington, Dec. 24, 1811; d. unm. 
N. Stonington, July 28, 1839; rem. to N, Y. C. and Macon, Ga. ; 
merchant. 

Mary Ann Wheeler (1142,100,01) b. N. Stonington, Apr. 7, 1814; d. 
Stonington, 111., Sep. 23 (21), 1854; m. N. S., Mch. 17, 1836, John 
Dennison Brown [b. N. S., Mch. 23, 1809; d. S., Apr. 16, 1879; s- 
of John Brown and Sally Denison] ; rem. 1839 to S.; farmer and 
teacher; capt. in Conn, militia; J. P. 17 yrs. ; dea. of Bapt. ch. in S. 
30 yrs. ; a leader in ch. and state; a Whig and Republican. + 

Thomas Spencer Wheeler (1142,100,02) b. Stonington, Oct. 14, 1815; 
res. N. Stonington. f 

Ezra Wheeler (1142,100,03) b. Stonington, Mch. 11, 1818; d. Mch. 
3, 1893; m. Nov. 25, 1840, Mary Hannah Randall, dau. of Wm. 
Randall and Wealthy Hewitt. + 

Edwin Peres Wheeler (1142,100,04) b. Stonington, Mch. 9, 1820; d.S., 
Mch. 15, 1838. 

Cyrus Wheeler (1142,100,05) b. N. Stonington, Oct. 16, 1822; d. 
Dec. 7, 1892; m. Osage, Iowa, Mch. 2, 1874, Marian Emeline Adams 
[b. Columbia Co., Wis., May 18, 1854; dau. of Robt. Adams and 
Caroline Humphrey]; rem. 1855 to Rochester, Minn., and in 1868 to 
Mitchell Co., Iowa; farmer. + 

Harriet Atwood Wheeler (1142,100,06) b. Stonington, Jan. 19, 1825; 
m. S., Nov. 24, 1846, John Pitts Williams [b. S., Jan. 5, 1822; s. of 
John Pitts Williams and Cynthia York] ; res. S. (N. Stonington P. 
O.) ; farmer. + 

Jane Maria Wheeler (11 4 2, 1 00, 06 A) b. Stonington, June 15, 1828; 
d. S., Dec. 3, 1828. 

Nathan Giles Wheeler (1142,100,07) b. Sep. 18, 1829; d. Stonington, 
Mch. 22, 1882; m. June 18, 1872, Mary E, Wheeler, dau. of Ephraim 
Wheeler (1142,1060?) and Elizabeth Coates (1142,104,03?) res. S.+ 

Lucy Maria Wheeler (1142, 100,08) b. Stonington, July 13, 1832; res. S. 

Rebecca Jane Wheeler (1142,100,09) b. Stonington, Sept. i, 1836; d. 
S., Mch. 31, 1842. 

Children of Nathan Wheeler {p. J6j). 

Eliza Jane Wheeler (1142,100,20) m. Chas. H. Sibley; res. Augusta, 
Ga. ; with W. C. and C. R. R.f 

James Sheffield Wheeler (1142,100,21) d. Chicago, 111., Mch. 4, 1897; 
res. C. 



NINTH GENERATION. 305 

CJiildren of Bridget Wheeler {p. i6j) and George Hezvitt. 

George Eli Hewitt (1142,100,30) b. N. Stonington, May 27, 1820; m. 
Lebanon, Oct. 12, 1854, Angeline Williams [b. L., Oct. 27, 1825; 
dau. of Henry Williams and Harriet Babcock] ; res. L. ; form. Frank- 
lin; farmer; lieut. 3 yrs. + 

Giles Hewitt (1142,100,31) d. 

Bridget Wheeler Hewitt (1142,100,32) b. Stonington, July 8, 1823; 
d. s. p. Feb. 15, 1851; m. Dec. 12, 1844, Thos. A. Miner. 

Elizabeth Stanton Hewitt (1142,100,33) b. N. Stonington, Apr. i, 
1831; m. Franklin, Jan. 23, 1856, Thos. A. Miner [b. Groton, 1820; 
s. of John Owen Miner, Jr., and Adeline Avery]; res. G. + 

CJiildren of Giles Wheeler {p. i6j) and Hannah A. Avery. 

Theresa H. Wheeler (1142,100,40) d. ; m. Jedidiah R. Wheeler, Jr.+ 

Charles N. Wheeler (1142,100,41) d. ; m. Helen Tracy. 

Adeline Wheeler (1142,100,42) m. Benj. Gage Berry; res. Norwich, 
N. Y.t + 

Henry Wheeler (1142,100,43) d. 

Eunice Wheeler (1142,100,44) res. Norwich, N. Y.f 

CJiildren of Rebecca Wheeler {p. i6j) and Henry C. Brown. 

Ellen Rebecca Brown (1142,100,70) b. N. Stonington, Aug. 2, 1831; 
d. E. Hartford, Oct. 6, 1889; m. Bridgeport, June 28, 1854, Wm. 
Randall Chapman [b. N. S., June 12, 1829; s. of Samuel Chapman 
and Lucy Randall]; res. E. H. ; fire insurance agent. + 

Brown (1142,100,71) (now Mrs. A. M. Ryder), res. Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. (139 Monroe St.).t 

CJiildren of Mary A. Wheeler {p. i6j) and Rosivell R. Avery. 

Mary Ann Avery (1142,101,00) b. N. Stonington, Jan. i, 1821; m. 
Porter Clark, who was b. Norwich, N. Y. ; res. Utica, N. Y. (175 
Elizabeth St.).+ 

Cornelia C. Avery (1142,101,01) b. Mch. 25, 1823; d. Nov. 24, 1889. 

Rebecca W. Avery (1142,101,02) b. Mch. 18, 1826; m. E. G. Ham- 
mond. 

Emma W. Avery (1142,101,03) b. June 7, 1828; d. Sep. 8, 1829. 

Children of Samuel B. WJieeler {p. i6j) and Delia A. Avery. 
George Anson Wheeler (1142,101,30) d. Jacksonville, Fla., se 21 yrs. 
Dean Avery Wheeler (1142,101,31) d. inf. 

CJiildren of Lydia WJieeler {p. 164) and William M. JoJinson. 

Charles Sisson Johnson (1142,101,50) b. Windham, Aug. 7, 1837; d. 
se 8 mos. 

Jane Martha Johnson (1142,101,51) b. Feb. 9, 1839; d. Sep. 24, 1879; 
bur. Windham; m. Jan. 11, i860. 

Sarah Williams Johnson (1142,101,52) b. Windham, May 24, 1844; 
m. W., May 7, 1866, Elisha Harlow Holmes [b. S. Windham, July 
13, 1844; s. of Elisha Harlow Holmes and Lydia Allen]; res. S. W. + 

CJiildren of EstJier WJieeler {p. 16 f) and Daniel Bentlcy. 
Ann Esther Bentley (1142,102,00) b. Stonington, July 14, 1825; d. 



306 THE GRANT FAMILY, 

S., Sep. 20, 1844; m. S., Oct. 2, 1843, Jas. Koopman [b. July 1818; 

d. Freeport, Me., 1894; m. (2) ]; wid. res. F. ; sea captain. + 

Bentley (2 daus. besides Ann). 

Cliildren of Robert Wheeler {p. 164) and Lucy P. Miner. 

James Everett Wheeler (1142,103,00) d. unm. 1862, in Civil War. 

Phebe Esther "Wheeler (1142,103,01) d. unm. 1862. 

Edwin Saxton Wheeler (1142,103,02) b. N. Stonington, June 17, 
1844; m. New Haven, Jan, 12, 1870, Ella Marian Welch [b. Plain- 
ville, Aug. 12, 1845; dau. of Harmanus M. Welch and Antoinette 
Pierce]; res. N. H. ; merchant; A.M. Yale Univ. 1886; 3 yrs. in 
2 1 St Conn. Vol. Regt,+ 

Children of Susan Maine [p. i6f) and David Coats. 

Mary Ann Coats (1142,104,00) b, Mch. 24, 1826; m. Wheeler; 

res. N. Stonington. f 

Ralph Coats (1142,104,01) b. N. Stonington, Apr. 30, 1828; d. 
Tuckahoe, N. Y., Sep. 23, 1897; m. Norwich, May 18, 1856, Sarah 
(Crandall) Miner, wid. of John B. Miner (1142,1403); res. N. S.; 
rem, 1869 to T. ; farmer. + 

Susan Augusta Coats (1142,104,02) b. 1830; d. + 

Elizabeth Coats (1142,104,03) b. July 26, 1832; d. ; prob. m. Eph- 
raim Wheeler (1142,1060). 

CJiildren of Bridget W. Maine {p. 164) and Leland D. Miner. 

Henry Leland Miner (1142,104,10) b. N. Stonington, Sep. 24, 1832; 
m. N. S., Jan, 5, 1858, Mary Jane Bentley [b. N. S., Sep. 10, 1833; 
dau. of Russel Bentley and Susan (Stanton?)]; res. Westerly, R. I. 
(loi High St.); clothing merchant; ch. trustee, clerk, and dea. + 

George Herman Miner (1142,104,11) b. Sep. 15, 1834; res. Provi- 
dence, R. I. (84 Melrose St.).f 

Bridget Wheeler Miner (1142,104,12) b. July 18, 1836; d. Sep. 6, 1848, 

Children of Ephraivi W. Maine [p. 16 f) and Catherine Thompson. 

Elmina Catharine Maine (1142,104,20) b. N. Stonington, Oct. i, 1846; 
m. N. S., Jan. i, 1868, Benj. F. Arnold [b. S. Kingston, R. I., Apr. 
8, 1834; s. of Geo. Arnold and Charlotte Gardiner]; res. Providence, 
, R. I. (91 Parade St.) ; grocer and tea merchant.$+ 

Herbert Ephraim Maine (i 142,104,21) b. N. Stonington, Mch. 9, 1849; 
m. Providence, R. I., Jan. 29, 1879, Clara Eldora Horton [b. Dover, 
N. H., Feb. 19, 1858; dau. of Alfred Ziba Horton and Mary Ann 
Goodwin]; res. P. (89 Parade St.); of firm of Arnold and Maine, 
New England Grocery and Tea House; S. S. supt. at N. S., dea. of 
Cranston St. Bapt. Ch. since 1884, S. S. supt. since 1893. + 

Nancy Wheeler Maine (1142,104,22) b. N. Stonington, Jan. 19, 1856; 
m. N. S., May 12, 1891, Benj. Allen Greene [b. Harrisville, R. I., 
Nov. 6, 1846; s. of Alvin Greene and Maria Arnold]; res. Evanston, 
111. (1145 Benson Av.); pastor of Bapt. churches at Lynn, Mass., 
(Washington St.), and E. (First); Brown Univ. 1872, D. D. 1893. 

Susan Florence Maine (1142,104,23) m. Edgar O. Silver, of Silver, 
Berdett & Co., publishers; res. Derby Center, Vt. ; 4 chil.f 



NINTH GENERATION. 307 

Eldora Thompson Maine (1142,104,24) res. Buffalo, N. Y. (St. Mar- 
garet's School), f 

Bessie Chapman Maine (1142,104,25) m. Freeman T. Whitman; res. 
S. Framingham, Mass. ; pastor of Park St. Bapt. Ch. ; form, pastor 
of Eng-. Bapt. Ch. in Rangoon, Burmah.f 

Mary TaMah Maine (1142,104,26) Wellesley Coll. 

Child of Nancy B. Maine {p. 164) and York. 

Charles York (1142,104,30) res. Westerly, R. I.* 

Children of Cyrus W. Maine {p. i6f) and Julia Edgecouib. 

Henry Miller Maine (1142,104,50) b. N, Stonington, July 27, 1849; 
res. Providence, R. I. (99 Weybosset St.).f 

Ella Emily Maine (1142,104,51) b. N. Stonington, Dec. 9, 1858; m. 
Providence, R. I., June 15, 1881, Wm. Dudley Walker [b. P., Aug. 
8, 1859; s. of Ezra Ide Walker and Margaret Lambert]; res. P. 
(169 Prairie Av.). 

William Edgecomh Maine (1142,104,52) b. Providence, R. I., Jan. 31, 
1870; m. N. Attleboro, Mass., June 26, 1895, Harriette Frances 
Horton [b. N. A., Feb. 10, 1872; dau. of Francis Everett Horton 
and Lydia Maria Leming] ; res. N. A. ; clerk in grocery. + 

Child of Lucy P. Wheeler {p. 164) and Thomas P. Wattles. 
Susan P. Wattles (1142,105,00) m. Wm. B. Hull, who d. ; res. Nor- 
v^ich.f + 

Children of Hosea W. Avery {p. i6f) and Abby Brozvn. 

Rebecca Wheeler Avery (1142,105,10) b. Jan. 18, 1844; d. Mch. 17, 
1870; m. May 18, 1869, W. H. Longwell, of Oil City, Pa.+ 

Nancy Avery (1142,105,11) b. Aug. 25, 1846; m. Feb. 16, 1870, 
Chas. L. Ferry, of Norwich, who d. Dec. 8, 1886; res. N. (143 S. 
Broad St.).$ 

Edwin Dwight Avery (1142,105,12) b. July i, 1848; m. Addie L. 
Berry, of Norwich, N. Y. ; res. Earlville, N. Y.f + 

Child of Nancy W. Avery {p. i6j) and Francis H. Wheeler. 

Amos Wheeler (1142,105,30) b. N. Stonington, Aug. 16, 1862; m. 

N. S., Jan. 22, 1884, Nellie M. Thompson [b. N. S., June 28, 1865; 

dau. of Samuel Thompson and Frances Green] ; res. N. S. ; farmer. + 

Children of Ephraim Wheeler {p. i6j). 

Wheeler (1142,106,00) m. Edwin Williams; res. Northamp- 
ton, Mass.f 

Delia A. Wheeler (1142,106,01) res. N. Stonington. f 

Children of Martha H. Wheeler {p. i6j) and Jacob B. Murray. 

Russel Wheeler Murray (1142,108,10) b. Brooklyn, N. Y., Apr. 6, 
1856; res. B. (246 Carroll Park); collector with N. Y. C. R. R. 

William Murray (1142,108,11) b. Brooklyn, N. Y., Mch. 9, 1858; 
m. B., Dec. 20, 1880, Jennie Barre [b. Babylon, N. Y., Sep, 4, 1S61; 
dau. of Wm. Barre and Marie Antoinette Kline]; res. B. (259 Hicks 
St.); lawyer; merchant 10 yrs. ; LL.B. Columbia Coll. 1889; asst. 
surrogate of Kings Co. since 1893.$+ 



308 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

Martha Esther Murray (1142,108,12) b. Brooklyn, N. Y., Mch. 30, 
1859; d. B., Feb. 18, 1861. 

Maud Murray (1142,108,13) b. Brooklyn, N. Y,, July 13, 1864; m. 
B., Oct. 7, 1886, Edwin Wilder Bigelow [b. N. Y. C, Apr. 7, 1861; 
s. of Chas. Dana Bigelow and Eunice Anne Howe]; res. B. (10 
Schermerhorn St.); boot and shoe manufacturer. + 

Jennie Best Murray (1142,108,14) b. Brooklyn, N. Y., Sep. 29, 1868 
(1867 ?) ; m. B., Feb. 4, 1892, Samuel Edward Vernon [b. B., 1857; 
s. of Samuel Vernon and Martha Adeline Richardson]; res. B. (175 
Joralemon St.) ; blank book manufacturer. + 

Mabel Murray (1142,108,15) b. Brooklyn, N. Y., Feb. 15, 1869; res. 
B. (246 Carroll Park). 

Children of Ann M. Gi'ant [p. 16^) and Orrin Safford. 

Lucy Ann Safford (1142,110,20) b. Preston (Stonington), Nov. 6, 1832 
(1831); d. S., Aug. 4, 1859, ae 26 yrs. ; m. S., Feb. 4, 1856 (1855), 
Wm. Sheffield Breed [b. N. Stonington, Apr. 17, 1830; s. of Isaac 
Breed and Phebe Hewitt; m. (2) Lebanon, Sarah Williams]; res. 
Hanover; farmer. + 

Orrin Burrows Safford (1142,110,21) b. Nov. 18, 1833 (1834); d. unm. 
Nov. 9, 1870; of rare business ability, and unusually respected. 

Children of Lucy B. Grant {p. 16^) and Daniel B. Spalding. 

Daniel Burrows Spalding (1142,110,30) b. Pitcher, N. Y., Dec. 22, 
1841 ; d. P., Sep. 18, 1842. 

Daniel Burrows Spalding (1142,110,31) b. Preston, Apr. 14, 1843; m. 
New Bedford, Mass., Oct. 7, 1875, Drusilla Randall Parlow [b. N. 
B. , Dec. 29, 1844; dau. of Ebenezer Wing Parlow and Elizabeth 
Albro Duncan]; res. Stonington; real estate; asst. treas. of S. Sav- 
ings Bank 1864-76, treas. and sec'y since 1876, director since 1881; 
pres. of Uncas National Bank of Norwich 2 yrs. ; holds prominent 
positions of honor and trust. $ 

Spalding (1142,1 10,32) b. and d. Pitcher, N. Y., Dec. 5, 1844. 

Frederick William Spalding (1142,110,33) b. Stonington, Oct. 9, 1845; 
d. S., June 7, 1851. 

Child of Charles H. Grant (p. 166) and Jane Robinson. 

Frank Grant (1142,117,20) b. 1857; d. 1858. 

Child of Charles H. Grant (/. 166) and Anna Clark. 

Hattie Jane Grant (1142,117,21) b. June 29, 1861; m. A. F. Barnes; 
res. Pittsfield, Mass.f 

Child of Homer J. Grant {p. 166) and Elisabeth Noble. 
Homer Jay Grant (1142,117,50) b. Pittsfield, Mass., May 7, 1869; m. 
P., Oct. 4, 1893, Althea Burt [b. P., Aug. i, 1870; dau. of Wesley 
Gutzlaff Burt and Frances Miranda Northrup] ; res. Buffalo, N. Y. 
(338 Lafayette St.); physician; M.D. Albany Med. Coll. 1892. 

Children of Ednntnd G. Howe {p. 166) and Frances Kies. 

Edward Miner Howe (1142,121,00) b. Brooklyn, Dec. 18, 1837 ; d. B., 
Oct. 22, 18^8. 



NINTH GENERATION. 309 

Charles Grant Howe (1142,121,01) b. Hartford, Nov. 17, 1840; d, H., 
Apr. 27, 1853. 

Frances Pamela Howe (1142,121,02) b. Hartford, Nov, 28, 1843; m. 
Wethersfield, May 23, 1866, Wm. Jackson Wood [b, Rockaway, N. 
J., Mch. 28, 1836; d. H., Oct. 25, 1885; s, of Freeman Wood and 
Mary Burwell Jackson]; res. H. (675 Asylum St.).+ 

George Sumner Howe (1142,121,03) b. Hartford, Dec. 21, 1846; d. 
unm. N. Y. C, Nov. 30, 1890; res. H. ; clerk in City Bank of H.; 
with Collins, Dowing and Co., N. Y. C. ; U. S. Naval Acad. 

Daniel Eobinson Howe (i 142, 121,04) b. Hartford, May 6, 185 1 ; m. H., 
Feb. 16, 1876, Henrietta Atwood Collins [b. H., Apr. n, 1849; dau. 
of Erastus Collins and Mary Atwood]; res. H. ; banker and treas. of 
electric railway; form, clerk in dry goods store and bank; A.B. 
Yale Univ. 1874; dea. and S. S. supt. + 

Children of AntJiony S. B. Grant (/. 166^ and Caroline Woodbridge. 

Caroline Woodbridge Grant (1142,122,00) b. Hartford, Dec. 184-; d. 

s. p. Geneva, Switzerland, Mch. 9, 1893; m. in Europe, Aym6, 

who d. bef. her; res. H. 

Edward Dudley Grant (1142,122,01) b. Milwaukee, Wis., Dec. 1851; 
d. s. p. Cleveland, O., 1862. 

Children of Julia E. Grant {p. 106) and Joseph C. Dozv. 

Joseph Edgar Dow (1142,122,10) b. Stafford; d. inf. S. 

Joseph Edgar Dow (1142,122,11) b. Stafford; m. Helen Shepardson; 
separated. -1- 

Julia Isabella Dow (1142,122,12) b. Stafford; d. inf. S. 

Isabella Grant Dow (1142,122,13) b. Stafford; m. N. Y. C, Apr. 13, 
1861, Joseph Henderson Meredith [d. N. Y. C, Mch. 29, 1886; s. of 
Rev. Jas Meredith and Susan Henderson]; res. N. Y. C. (145 W. 
104th St.); importer; clerk and dep. collector in U. S. Custom House; 
Lieut. 13th Conn, Vol. Regt. 1861-2; Capt. 82d U. S. Col. Inf. 
1863-6, brevet Maj. and Lieut. Col. ; commandant of Ft. Pickens, 
Fla. ; she is a fellow of the Theosophical Soc. of America; mistress 
of ceremonies and corresponding sec'y of Manhattan Mystic Lodge 
Order of Masonesses.$ 

Children of CatJiarine A. Grant {p. idy) and Henry A. Bliss. 

Kate Grant Bliss (i 142, 122,60) b. Broad Brook, Jan. 5, 1849; res. 
Stafford Springs (10 Grant Av.),$ 

Alfred Grant Bliss (1142,122,61) b. Broad Brook, Mch. 4 (3), 1850; 
d. Stafford Springs, June 6, 1865. 

Fanny Grant Bliss (1142,122,62) b. Broad Brook, Sep. 7, 1851; m. 
Stafford Springs, Jan. 4, 1893; Edward Rutledge Brown [b. Brook- 
lyn, Feb. 29, 1844; s. of Jas. Brown and Emily Putnam; m. (i) 
Sophie Tracy Smith, of Union ville]; res. Stafford Springs; P. E. 
minister; A.B. Hobart Coll. 

Child of Mary R. Grant {p. idj) a)id Charles Colton. 

Homer Colton (1142,123,00) b. Hartford, Aug. 6, 1834; d. H., Oct. 
17, 1834. 



310 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

Children of Sophronia M. Grant {p. 16"/) and John H. Rouse. 

Mary Grant Rouse (1142,123,10) b. Bethany, Mch. 31, 1848; res. 
Worcester, Mass. ; form. Rochdale, Mass. 

Alexander Billings Rouse (1142,123,11) b. Wickford, R. I., Jan. 21, 
185 1 ; d. s. p. (Buffalo, N. Y. ?) ; m. ; res. Rochdale, Mass. 

John Ferdinand Hill Rouse (1142,123,12) b. Wickford, R. I., Sep. 28, 
1854; res. Worcester, Mass.; form. Rochdale, Mass.f 

Sophronia Elizabeth Rouse (1142,123,13) b. Rochdale, Mass., Nov. 
19, 1859; m. ; res. Worcester, Mass.; form. R. 

Children of Clark H. Grant {p. i6y) and Eliza IV. Hutchinson. 

Mary Woodward Grant (1142,123,30) b. Stafford, Feb. 14, 1847; m. 
S., May 12, 1869, Julius Pinney; divorced; res. Worcester, Mass. 
(2 King Terrace); form. Manchester and Willimantic; merchant; 
warden of Willimantic. -t- 

Henry Miner Grant (1142,123,31) b. Stafford Springs, May 5, 1851; 
m. Boston, Mass., May 13, 1879, Jennie Adeline Cheney [b. B., May 
28, 1858; dau. of Ethan Rockwood Cheney and Adeline Dudley]; 
res. Meriden; form. B. ; tea and coffee merchant; with Swain, Earle 
and Co. 17 yrs.$+ 

Children of Sarah B. Grant [p. idy) and Joshua C. Bottuui. 

Albert Denison Bottum (1142,124,00) b. Mansfield, Nov. 3, 1849; d. 
s. p. S. Coventry, Sep. 10, 1889; m. Oct. 10, 1872, Sarah A. Mac- 
farlane of M. [b. Mt. Holly, N. J., Sep. 16, 1852; dau. of Capt. J. 
G. C, Macfarlane and Harriet A. Davis] ; wid. res. Coventry ; silk 
manufacturer. 

Justina Maria Bottum (1142,124,01) b. Mansfield, Sep. 9, 1851; m. 
1872, Geo. A. Gardner [b. Ashford, Dec. 4, 1866; s. of Wm. Gardner 
and Phila Reynolds]; res. New London; travelling salesman. f + 

Children of Harriet S. Grant [p. i6j) and George JV. Aspinzvall. 

Harriet Amelia Aspinwall (1142,124,20) b. Mansfield, Oct. 8, 1849 
m. Palmer, Mass., June 5, 1873, Henry Goodwin Loomis [b. South- 
wick, Mass., Aug. 8, 1842; s. of Shem Loomis and Jane Carter] 
res. P.; undertaker; pres. of savings bank; selectman, rep. + 

George Dorrance Aspinwall (1142,124,21) b. Mansfield, July 24, 185 1 
res. Palmer, Mass. ; painter. 

Thomas Edward Aspinwall (1142,124,22) b. Mansfield, May 17, 1857 
d. M., Nov. 18, 1861. 

Children of E lis ha D. Grant {p. 168) and Cordelia Martin. 

Edwin Martin Grant (1142,124,40) b. Mt. Hope, May 21, 1858; m. 
Hartford, a. 1888, Fannie Rogers, dau. of Stephen Rogers; sepa- 
rated: res. H. (46 Ann St.); bookkeeper; form, mail clerk. 

Willie Denison Grant (1142,124,41) b. Ashford, Feb. 29, i860; m. 
(i) Willimantic, June 5, 1885, Hattie Clapp [b. Brookfield, Mass., 
Apr. 2, 1865; d. W., Aug. 22, 1891; dau. of David Clapp and Har- 
riet Philate Holley]; m. (2) Coventry, Oct. 30, 1894, Jennie Lois 
Keziah Simons [b. Mansfield, Apr. 6, 1874; dau. of Edmond Simons 
and Mary Holley]; res. W. ; commission and wholesale dealer in 
hay, flour, and feed; alderman. |+ 



NINTH GENERATION. 311 

Child of Miner Grant {p. i68) and Eliza A. Peck. 

Andrew Miner Grant (1142,124,50) b. Mt. Hope, May 12, 1859; m. 
Gurleyville, Oct. 18, 1881, Lenora Maria Dunham [b. G. , Dec. 18, 
1858; dau. of Jefferson Dunham and Sophia Williams Cady]; res. 
M. H. ; farmer and dealer in fertilizers and farm machinery; dep. 
sheriff 1888-91 and since 1895, ^^P- ! ^^^ held most town offices, in- 
cluding sec'y of school board and supt. of schools. + 

Child of Lncy S. Grattt {p. 168) and Matthew C. Fenton. 

Billings Grant Fenton (1142,124,60) b. Palmer, Mass., July 15, 1862; 
d. P., Feb. 13, 1878. 

Children of Adeline Grant {p. 168) and William Martin. 

Mary Estella Martin (1142,124,70) b. Dec. 30, 1850; d. Sep. 26, 1851. 

Frank William Martin (1142,124,71) b. Chaplin, Nov. 27, 1858; m. 
N. Windham, Mch. 21, 1882, Maria Jane Hunt [b. Kenton, O., July 
12, 1862; dau. of Lester Trowbridge Hunt and Fannie Ellen Burn- 
ham] ; res. C. ; farmer, agent for fertilizer, and grain merchant ; 
form, teacher; assessor, selectman 7 yrs. 

CJiildren of Josias Grant [p. 168) and Mary E. Northrop. 

Eugene Josias Grant (1142,124,80) b. St. Louis, Mo., Feb. 6, 1855; 
m. Brooklyn, N. Y., Sep. 13, 1877, Jeannie Lavinia Dailey [b. Great 
Barrington, Mass., Apr. 28, 1857; dau. of Abram Dailey and Emily 
Tracey] ; res. B. (189 Montague St.); real estate broker.$ 

Harris Dennison Grant (1142,124,81) b. Galesburg, 111., Oct. 9, 1856; 
d. G., Aug. 26, 185-. 

Efiie Grant (1142,124,82) b. Galesburg, 111., Feb. 28, 1859; m. Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. , June 18, 1890, Alfred Spencer Castner [b. B., Aug. 24, 
1850; s. of Parmenus Castner and Martha Jane Annin] ; res. B, (1201 
Bergen St.); merchant. 

Sydney Grant (1142,124,83) b. Galesburg, III, Oct. 12, 1862; m. 
Brooklyn, N. Y., Apr. 18, 1892, Sarah Elizabeth Winant [b. N. Y. C, 
Sep. 2, 1866; dau. of Daniel Winant and Adelaide Swem] ; res. B. 
(315 Gates Av.); real estate broker; Capt. Co. D. 13th Regt. N. G. 
N. Y.+ 

Harris Dennison Grant (1142,124,84) b. Galesburg, 111., Feb. 2, 1864; 
res. N. Y. C. (Metropolitan Club).t 

William Grant (1142,124,85) b. Galesburg, 111., Jan. 12, 1866; d. 
Brooklyn, N. Y., July 19, 1866. 

Edwafd Northrop Grant (1142,124,86) res. N. Y. C. (Broadway and 
Franklin St.); with Eagle Pencil Co.f 

Carrie Peet Grant (1142,124,87) b. Brooklyn, N. Y. , Jan. i, 1873; d. 
B., July 2, 1873. 

Frederick Elisha Grant (1142,124,88) b. Brooklyn, N. Y., Aug. 15, 
1876; res. B. (1201 Bergen St.) ; dry goods commission merchant. 
Child of Emily Grant {p. 168) and James Martin. 

George Sumner Martin (1142,124,90) b. Chaplin, Feb. 15, 1857; m. 
Casper, Wyo., Sep. 26, 1896, Anna Jane Atkinson [b. Mentor, O., 
Dec. 14, 1872; dau. of Hugh Atkinson and Anna Caiman]; res. 
. Freeland, Wyo. ; stock raiser and ranchman. + 



312 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

Children of Fanny L. Grant (/. i68) and James A. Hazen. 

Fannie Hall Hazen (1142,125,10) b. William stown, Mass., July 27, 
1849; m. New Britain, Mch. 18, 1880, John Butler Talcott [b. En- 
field, Sep. 14, 1824; s. of Seth Talcott and Charlotte Stout Butler]; 
res. N. B. (Grove Hill); she taught bef. m.$+ 

Helen Rockwell Hazen (1142,125,11) b. Hanover, Feb. 5, 1853; m. 
Hartford, Oct. 17, 1878, David Gilchrist Gordon [b. Lodi, N. J., 
Aug. 12, 1843; s. of Andrew Gordon and Janet Gilchrist]; res. Bos- 
tonia, Cal. ; lawyer; lieut. in Civil War 3 yrs.+ 

Children of Lucy A. Grant {p. 168) and Albert Barrett. 

Ella Adelia Barrett (1142,125,20) b. Stafford, June 11, 1844; m. S., 
Dec. 25, 1867, Bond Olson; res. Zumbrota, Minn.; served through 
Civil War.t+ 

Emma Amelia Barrett (ii42,i25,2i)b. Stafford, June 11, 1843 (1844?); 
m. Zumbrota, Minn., Oct. 8, 1874, Jas. Hildreth Farwell [b. New 
Ipswich, N. H., May 16, 1847; s. of Daniel Farwell and Lucinda 
Giles] ; res. Zumbrota, Minn. ; real estate and loan agent. + 

Emily Annette Barrett (1142,125,22) b. Stafford, Feb. 18, 1846; d. 
S., Aug. 28, 1848. 

Martha Annette Barrett (1142,125,23) b. Stafford, Jan. 20, 1849; res. 
Zumbrota, Minn. ; teacher. 

Mary Adalette Barrett (1142,125,24) b. Stafford, Jan. 20, 1849; m. 
Zumbrota, Minn., May 8, 1877, Harry Currier Sargent [b. Haver- 
hill, Mass., Feb. 5, 1852; s. of Edwin A. Sargent and Abby M. 
Currier]; res. Redlands, Cal.; farmer; clerk of Cong, ch., elder of 
Pres. ch. in St. Paul, Minn.+ 

Albert Cecil Barrett (1142,125,25) b. Stafford, Jan. 15, 1852 ; m. Zum- 
brota, Minn., May 30, 1881, Alice Ann Folson [b. Z., Feb. 9, 1862; 
dau. of Abel B. Folson and Augusta S. Bowley]; res. Appleton, 
Minn. ; farmer; dea. in Cong. ch. since 1886.+ 

Children of Eunice L. Grant {p. 168) and William A. Foster. 

William Rice Foster (1142,125,30) b. Stafford, Apr. 23, 1846; d. El- 
mira, N. Y. , Dec. 11, 1879; m. Norfolk, Va., Feb. 22, 1876, Kate 
Elizabeth Nichols [b. Troy, Pa., Sep. 24, 1854; dau. of Wm. Nichols 
and Catherine Lincoln]; lawyer; Yale Univ., grad. Albany Law 
School. + 

John Augustus Foster (1142,125,31) b. Stafford, May 16, 1849; m. 
S., Lillian Potter Crawford, dau. of Wm. Crawford and Pot- 
ter; res. S. ; farmer.f + 

Lucille Hall Tryon Foster (1142,125,32) b. Stafford Springs, May 8, 
1851; m. W. Hartford, Nov. 3, 1880, Wm. Augustus Erving [b. 
Westfield, Mass., Apr. 27, 1847; s. of Daniel Dodge Erving and 
Cynthia Ann Chapin Woodward]; res. Hartford (Prospect Av.); 
form. S. S. ; fire insurance agent. 

Children of Andrew M. Grant {p. i6g) and Sarah /. Williams. 

Emily Sabrina Grant (1142,126,20) b. Ashford, Apr. 28, 1855; d. 
Mch. 22, 1874. 

Henry Williams Grant (1142,126,21) b. Ashford, July 17, 1859; m. 



NINTH GENERATION. 313 

Ottawa, Kan., Dec, 27, 1882, Lydia Elisabeth Reed [b. Greenfield, 
O., Jan. 8, 1864; dau. of Hiram Right Reed and Margaret Jane 
Davis]; res. Lawrence, Kan.; editor. + 

CJiildren of Lucy A. Miner [p. i6g) and William B. Denisoii. 

Lucy Ellen Denison (1142,140,20) b. N. Stonington, Dec. 10, 1832; 
d. s. p. Rochester, Minn., Nov. 17, 1896; m. 1858, John Franklin 
Brown [b. N. S., 1822; d. Oct. 2, 1896]; res. R. 

George Henry Denison (1142,140,21) b. N. Stonington, Apr. 10, 1842; 
m. N. S., Sep. 29, 1866, Sara White [b. N. S., Mch. 25, 1845; dau. 
of Chas. Peary White and Eliza A, Manier]; res. Groton; farmer; 
served 3 yrs. in Civil War.+ 

John Miner Denison (1142,140,22) b. N. Stonington, Apr. 3, 1850; 
m. Rochester, Minn., Jan. 21, 1875, Emma P. Fling [b. New Berry, 
O., Mch. 15, 1854; dau. of Lewis Fling and Ann Hopper]; res. 
Ruthton, Minn. ; farmer. + 

CJiildren of John B. Miner (/. i6g) and Sarah Crandall. 

Sarah Emeline Miner (1142,140,30) b. N. Stonington, Oct. 30, 1842; 
m. Tuckahoe, N. Y., May 8, 1871, Thos. Field Reynolds [b. Lewis- 
boro, N. Y., Sep. 13, 1842; s. of Alvah Reynolds and Phebe Ann 
Field]; res. T. ; cattle dealer and farmer. + 

Lovina Miner (1142,140,31) b. N. Stonington, Jan. 30, 1845; d. N. 
S., Oct. 1857. 

Children of Harriet N. Miner [p. 16(f) and Cornelius Cornell. 

Charles Henry Cornell (1142,140,40) d. Dec. 13, 1859, ae 13 mos. 

Dwight Miner Cornell (1142,140,41) b. N. Stonington, June 22, 1862 ; 
m. N. S., Jan. 22, 1885, Viola E. Burdick [b. N. S., Sep. 7, 1866; 
dau. of Thos. W. Burdick and Sarah J. Main]; res. White Rock, R. 
L; second-hand cotton carding. + 

Children of James H. Miner (/. 16(f) and Mary A. Ozven. 

James Denison Miner (1142,140,50) b. Westerly, R. L, Apr. 9, 1858; 
m. W., Oct. 13, 1878, Mary Augusta Maine [b. N. Stonington, Apr. 
10, 1857: dau. of Samuel Lewis Maine and Catharine Chapman]; 
res. N. S. ; farmer, blacksmith, and wagon builder. + 

John Owen Miner (1142,140,51) b. N. Stonington, May 6, 1864; d. 
Nov. 27, 1866. 

Charles Henry Clark Miner (1142,140,52) b. N. Stonington, May 21, 
1872; m. N. S., April 27, 1898, Anna Grace Miner [b. N. S., Jan. 3, 
1880; dau. of Courtland P. Miner and Lucy Slocum] ; res. N. S., 
farmer. 

Children of Charles Heiuitt (/. i6(p) and Mercy A. Grant. 

Charles William Hewitt (1142,160,00) b. Preston, Aug. 20, 1842; m. 
Montville, Jan. i, 1879, Lucy Victoria Swan [b. M., Feb. 29, 1856; 
dau. of Coddington Wm. Swan and Susan Freeman Williams]; res. 
P. ; cattle dealer. + 

Eunice Hewitt (1142,160,01) b. Preston, Mch. 20, 1844; m. P., Nov. 
27, 1866, Henry Brown Latham [b. N. Stonington, July 26, 1841; s. 
of Robt. Latham and Happy Brown]; res. N. S. ; farmer. f + 



314 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

Mercy Adelaide Hewitt (1142,160,02) b. Preston, Apr. 20, 1846; res. 
P. (Shewville P. O.). 

Child of Charles Hewitt {p. i6g) and Eliza Stanton {p. iji). 
Mason Stanton Hewitt (1142,160,03) b. Preston, Feb. 24, 1856; m. 
P., Sep. 17, 1880, Lucy (or Lillian) Althea Avery [b. P.; dau. of 
Ulysses Avery and Lucy Ann Williams] ; res. Riverside, R. I. ; 
farmer. f+ 

Children of Stanton Hezvitt {p. i6g) and Harriet E. Ray. 
Stanton Hewitt (1142,160,10) res. Preston; farmer.f 
Charles Palmer Hewitt (1142,160,11) b. Preston, Mch. 8, 1852; m. 
Jan. 8, 1879, Addie Andrews, dau. of Dea. Gustavus Andrews and 
Sarah Millard; res. P.; farmer. f+ 

Harriet Ann Hewitt (1142,160, 12) b. Preston, May 16, 1856; m. 
Milltown, N, L. Co., July 12, 1888, Oliver Stewart Ecclestone [b. 
N. Stonington, 1838; s. of Capt. Oliver Smith Eccleston and Phebe 
Esther Stewart] ; res. P. ; farmer. 

Children of Erastus F. Hezvitt [p. lyd) and Mary J. Avery. 

Anna Louise Hewitt (i 142,160,30) b, Dec. 9, 1854; res. Poqtietanuck. 

Clara Whitfr id Hewitt (i 142,160,31) b. Preston, Sep. 22, 1858; m. 

Nov. 16, 1 88 1, Chas. Edward Wisner [b. Warwick, N. Y., June 25, 

1857; s. of Richard Wisner and Euphelia Welling] ; res. W. ; farmer. + 

Mary Hewitt (1142,160,32) b. Preston, June 17, 1861; m. P., Oct. 

22, 1884, Chas. Frederick Thayer [b. Thompson, Nov. 6, 1852; s. 

of Chas. Dexter Thayer and Lucy Elliott Nichols] ; res. Norwich ; 

lawyer. + 

Children of John H. Hezvitt [p. ijd) and Mary L. Dozvning. 
Helen Witter Hewitt (1142,160,50) b. Olivet, Mich., Sep. 26, 1870; 
res. AVilliamstown, Mass.; A.B. Smith Coll. 

John Downing Hewitt (1142,160,51) b. Olivet, Mich., Sep. 15, 1872; 
d. Lake Forest, 111., Feb. 10, 1880. 

Theodore Brown Hewitt (1142,160,52) b, Hannover, Germany, Dec. 
5, 1881, 

Erastus Henry Hewitt (1142,160,53) b. Williamstown, Mass., Oct. 
31, 18S8. 

Children of Charles E. Hezvitt (/, lyo) and Eliza A. Hillard. 

Mary Eliza Hewitt (1142,161,60) b. N, Stonington, Jan. 18, 1862; 
d. imm. Mch. 6, 1889; res. N. S. 

Jenny Morilla Hewitt (1142,161,61) b. N, Stonington, Nov. 14, 1863, 

Kate Amelia Hewitt (1142,161,62) b. N. Stonington, Dec. 11, 1865; 
d. unm. May 27 (28), 1888; res. N. S. 

Margaret Hillard Hewitt (1142,161,63) b. N. Stonington, Nov, 22, 
1867. 

Edna Hewitt Hewitt (1142,161,64) b. N. vStonington, Nov. 7, 1877. 

CJiildren of Jane E. Hewitt {p. ijd) and Andrezv J. Avery. 

Amos Avery (1142,161,70) b. N. Stonington; res, N. Y. C. ; med- 
ical student.* 



NINTH GENERATION. 315 

Oliver Perry Avery (1142,161,71) b. N. Stonington; res. Denver, 
Col. ; theological student.* 

AndrewHewitt Avery (1142,161,72) b. N. Stonington, a. 1876; d. 
a. 1876. 

Cliildreii of Frances E. Heivitt (/. ijo) and George S. Broivning. 

Eliza Hewitt Browning (1142,162,00) b. Vermontville, Mich., July 
26, 1838; d. v., July 26, 1839. 

Martha Frances Browning (1142,162,01) b. Vermontville, Mich., Jan. 
24, 1840; m. Daniel R. Griswold; res. Battle Creek, Mich.; dry 
goods merchant. f + 

Charles Henry Browning (1142,162,02) b, Vermontville, Mich., May 
12, 1842; m. Mary Louise Rood (1142,165,00); res. Westerly, R. I.; 
furniture merchant; 3 chil.f 

Abbie Susan Browning (1142,162,03) b. Vermontville, Mich., Apr. 
28, 1846; m. Chas. A. Hamilton; res. Washington, D. C. ; physician; 
I child.* 

George Welcome Browning (i 142, 162,04) b. Vermontville, Mich., 
June 25, 1852; m. Bellevue, Mich., May 10, 1876, Frances Ellen 
Luscomb [b. Parfreyville, Wis., Mch. 3, 1856; dau. of Leonard Lus- 
comb and Marietta Bean Smart] ; res. Holland, Mich. ; sec'y and 
manager of furniture factory; Olivet Coll. ; dea. in Dutch Ref. ch.+ 

Child of Abby L. Hewitt {p. lyi) and Russell B. Coates. 
William Hewitt Coates (1142,162,10) b. N. Stonington, May 29, 1842; 
m, Saginaw, Mich., Mch. 1868, Alice Little [b. S., Feb. 27, 1848; 
dau. of Wm. LaPierce Little and Mary Sibley] ; res. S. (1005 Thomp- 
son St. E. S.); form. N. S. ; travelling salesman since 1877; form, 
clerk and cashier of First National Bank of E. Saginaw. f + 

Children of Emily L. Stanton {p. lyi) and Joseph D. Heivitt. 

Dwight Ezra Hewitt (1142,164,00) b. N. Stonington, Jan. 29, 1840; 
m. Weston, Oct. 16, 1884, Catherine Eliza Coley [b. W., Mch. 16, 
1850; dau. of David Levi Coley and Catherine Sherwood]; res. N. 
S. ; farmer. 

Louise Hewitt (1142,164,01) b. N. Stonington, Aug. 10, 1846; res. 
N. S. 

Children of Charles Stanton (/. ///) and Julia Morgan. 

Albertus or Belton Stanton (1142,164,20) res. Norwich.* 

Stanton (1142,164,21) (dau.), d. inf. 

Child of Elisabeth Hciuitt {p. lyi) and Elisha Rood. 
Mary Louise Rood (1142,165,00) b. Preston; m. Chas. H. Browning 
(i 142, 162,02). 

Child of Harriet P. Hewitt {p. iji) and Austin Maine. 
Minnie E. Maine (1142,165,20) b. N. Stonington; d. unm. Westerly, 
R. I. 

Child of Mary E. Hezvitt {p. iji) and Daniel B. Morgan. 
Carrie Prentice Morgan (1142,165,30) b. Preston, Dec. 21, 1864; res. P. 



316 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

Children of Giles Heivitt {p. lyi) and Harriet Eggleston. 

Hewitt (1142,165,50) b. N. Stonington; d. inf. N. S. 

Hewitt (1142,165,51) b. Preston; d. inf. P. 



Children of Noyes P. CJiapnian {p. 1J2) and Dorcas E. Harmon. 

Frank Benjamin Chapman (1142,170,00) res. Syracuse, N. Y. ; book- 
keeper.! 

LeRoy Byron Chapman (1142,170,01) res, Derby.f 

Venoni Winslow Chapman (1142,170,02) d. Canastota, N. Y., 1864. 

Bloom Dewitt Chapman (1142,170,03) b. Canastota, N. Y., July 12, 
185 1 ; res. Washington, D. C. ; clerk to Interstate Commerce Com- 
mission. 

CJiildren of William H. Chapman {p. 172). 

Charles Chapman (1142,170,10) d. y. Clockville, N. Y. 

Albert Chapman (1142,170,11) d. y. Clockville, N. Y. 

George W. Chapman (1142,170,12) res. Clockville, N. Y.f 

Angelo F. Chapman (1142,170,13) d. Clockville, N. Y., 1896. + 
Children of Mary A. Chapman {p. 172) and Conrad Moot. 

Stephen G. Moot (1142,170,20) res. Clockville, N. Y.f+ 

Romeyn Palmer Moot (1142,170,21) d. s. p. Clockville, N. Y., May 
or June 1861. 

Children of Benjamin F. Cliapman (/. 172) and Huldah Wilcox. 

Elmer Wilcox Chapman (1142,170,30) b. Clockville, N. Y., May 21, 
1844; d. C, Feb. 24, 1846. 

Mattie Chapman (1142,170,31) b. Clockville, N. Y., Apr. 30, 1847; 
m. C, June 23, 1868, Chas. Edward Remich [b. Barnet, Vt, May 
6, 1840; s. of Samuel Kelly Remich and Sophia Stephens Cushman] ; 
res. Oneida, N. Y., in the homestead. $ 

Stephen Chapman (1142,170,32) b. Clockville, N. Y., May 18, 1852; 
d. Rome, N. Y., Nov. 16, 1890; m. R., June 4, 1884, Katherine 
Melissa Spencer [b. R., June 18, 1865; dau. of Harvey D. Spencer 
and Melissa Utley]; res. C. and R. ; lawyer; grad. Albany Law 
School. + 

CJiildren of Augustine CJiapmaji {p. 1J2) and Clinton L. Colto)i. 

Clinton Duane Colton (1142,170,50) b. Oct. 6, 1846; d. Canastota, N. 
Y., Dec. 29, 1851. 

LeGrand Colton (1142,170,51) b. Canastota, N. Y., Aug. 6, 1849; i"- 
May 1878, Mary E. Rasbach, dau. of David H. Rasbach and Sarah 
Getman; res. C. ; lawyer and pres. of First National Bank; LL.B. 
Columbia CoII.h- 

Clarence Perkins Colton (1142,170,52) b. Canastota, N. Y., Aug. 16, 
185 1 ; m. Chicago, III., Oct. 6, 1874, Jessie May Mclntire, who was 
b. in 111., June 12, 1857; res. Canastota; real estate and business 
broker. + 

CJiild of Loraine Palmer (/. 1J2) and Mortimer Neely. 

CoraNeely (1142,176,00) res. Detroit, Mich.f 
Children of Grant M. Palmer {p. 172) and Marian K. Breed. 

Marian Breed Palmer (1142,177,00) b. Weston, Mass., Dec. 11, 1892. 



NINTH GENERATION. 317 

Sanford Denison Palmer (1142,177,01) b. Weston, Mass., Mch. i, 1895. 
Constance Palmer (1142,177,02) b. Weston, Mass., Oct. 14, 1896. 

Child of Justin G. Hinckley {p. ijj) and Eliza B. Cottr ell-Chapman. 
Susie Williams Hinckley (1142,192,00) b. Norwich, Mch. 20, 1868; 
m. N., Oct. 8, 1892, Win. Reuben Webster [b. Oyster Bay, N. Y., 
Apr. 30, 1868 ; s. of Wm. Reuben Webster and Helen Curtis Stephen- 
son]; res. Bridgeport (126 Elmwood PI.); mechanical engineer; M. 
E. Cornell Univ. 1890.$ 

Child of Edzvard S. Hinckley {p. lyj). 
Edward Hinckley (1142,192,20) res. Norwich; letter carrier.f 
Children of Caroline Grant {p. lyj) and Thomas Scott. 

Thomas Lyman Scott (1142,300,10) b. Halifax, Vt., Oct. 21, 1837; d. 
Shrievesport, La., Sep. 21,1873; m. Heath, Mass., Nov. 25, 1859, 
Fannie Rosetta Hawkes [b. Heath; d. Deerfield, Mass. ; dau. of Al- 
mon Hawkes; m. (2) Shepard] ; res. S. ; insurance and ad- 
vertising agent. + 

Charles Henry Scott (1142,300,11) b. Halifax, Vt., Feb. 23, 1840; m. 
Nov. 9, 1871, Jennie C. Hayward, of Gill, Mass.; res. Rowe, Mass.f + 

Susan Caroline Scott (1142,300,12) b. Rowe, Mass., May 4, 1842; d. 
R., July 12, 1842. 

Albert Scott (1142,300,13) b. Rowe, Mass., Sep. 5, 1843; m. New 
Albany, Ind., Mch. 20, 1867, Sarah Rebecca Elliott [b. N. A., June 
4, 1844; dau. of Burton L. Elliott and Susan Elliott]; res. Louis- 
ville, Ky. (416 26th St.); in Union army 1862-5; with J. M. and Q. 
R. R. 1865-77 ; supt. of Belt R. R. , Indianapolis, Ind., 1877-81 ; supt. 
of L. Cement Co. 1881-8; collector of internal revenue 5th Dist. of 
Ky. 1888-92; pres. of Ky. Trust Co. since 1893; oil inspector for 
Jefferson Co. since 1896.$+ 

Sir Walter Scott (1142,300, 14) b. Rowe, Mass., June 15, 1846; m. 
(i) Hoosick Falls, N. Y., Dec. 31, 1865 (Jan. i, 1866), Frances A. 
Bennett [b. Readsboro, Vt. ; d. Readsboro, ae 23; dau. of Nathan 

Bennett and Ann S. ]; m. (2) Readsboro, Mch. i, 1870, Eu- 

phina Abigail Bowen [b. Readsboro, 1839; dau. of Lorenzo Bowen 
and Beulah Blanchard] ; res. Troy, N. Y. ; physician ; at the head of 
T. Magnetic Inst. ; M.D. Univ. of Vt. 1867.$+ 

Caroline Melissa Scott (1142,300,15) b. Rowe, Mass., Sep. 17, 1849; 
m. R., Nov. 10, 1870, Jas. Herbert Starr [b. R., Oct. 17, 1848; s. of 
Ebenezer Starr and Cynthia Liscomb] ; res. Springfield, Mass. (22 
College Av.); collector. + 

Childreji of Joshua Grant (/. lyj) a}id Abigail Calkins. 

Caroline Jerusha Grant (1142,300,20) b. Dalton, Mass., Jan. 10, 1836; 
d. Springfield, Mass., Jan. 27, 1890; m. S., Dec. 19, 1855, Isaac 
Stevens of New Haven [b. (Huntington?), Mass., Sep. 20, 1808; d. 
Pittsfield, Mass., July 25, 1871]; res. N. H. ; ticket agent with N. 
Y., N. H. and H. R. R.+ 

Abby Maria Grant (1142,300,21) b. Dalton, Mass., May 24, 1839; res. 
Springfield, Mass. (757 Main St.). 



318 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

Mary Ann Grant (1142,300,22) b. Springfield, Mass., May 11, 1841; 
d, Oct. 15, 1847. 

Cliildren of Charles H. Gi-ant [p. lyj) and Berilla P. Niles. 

Charles Edwin Grant (i 142,300,40) b. Bennington, Vt., Mch. 23, 1843; 
m. Charlemont, Mass., Jan. i, 1865, Martha Vashti Upton [b. C., 
Jan. 21, 1844; dau. of Sylvester Upton and Susanna Parker]; res. 
Columbus, O. (908 W. Broad St.) ; form. C. ; lumber merchant until 
1874, hotel keeper 1874-82, manufacturer of carbonated beverages 
since 1882. + 

Herbert Edward Grant (1142,300,41) b. Halifax, Vt., Oct. 29, 1849 
m. Hawley, Mass., July 2, 1876, Lillian Caroline Streeter [b. Reads 
boro, Vt., Sep. 8, 1855; dau. of Joseph Josiah Streeter and Lillian 
Caroline Baker] ; res. Charlemont, Mass. ; carpenter and builder 
treas. of C. Bapt. Ch.+ 

Lyman Vernett Grant (1142,300,42) b. Halifax, Vt., Mch. 23, 1856 
m. Fitchburg, Mass., Apr. 24, 1884, Alta O. Green [b. Dec. 10, 1863; 
dau. of Linas Green and Martha ]; res. F. ; carpenter. + 

Children of Emily Grant {p. ijf) and Nathaniel Woodard. 
Eddie Woodard (1142,300,50) lost in the West. 

Clara Emily "Woodard (1142,300,51) (brought up by uncle Chas. and 
changed surname to Grant), b. Rowe, Mass., (Mch. 12?), 1856; m. 
Dorchester, Mass., June 22, 1891, Chas. Stephen McDonald [b. 
Otisfield, Me., April 22, 1855 (1859); s. of Andress McDonald and 
RoanKeene]; res. D. (7 Holmes Av.); provision merchant; she is 
a practitioner of New Testament Christian Science since 1891 ; form, 
dressmaker; S. S. teacher and mission worker. $ 

Charles Henry Woodard (1142,300,52) returned to the East with 
father. 

Caroline Woodard (1142,300,53) b. in the West; d. inf. 
Child of Melissa B. Grant (/. lyf) and Edzvin B. Carpenter. 

Carrie Carpenter (1142,300,70) m. Chas. Smith; res. Mendota, 111.; 
farmer.* 

Children of Lovina A. Gra)it [p. ijf) and William R. Hinckley. 

Horace W. Hinckley (1142,300,80) b. Burlington, Iowa, 1852; d. 
tinm. Oct. 25, 1894; res. Ringgold Co., Iowa; farmer. 

Mary L. Hinckley (1142,300,81) b. Burlington, Iowa, Aug. 27, 1854; 
m. Dec. 23, 1871, C. M. Ray [b. Scott Co., Ind., 1852; s. of Levi 
Ray and Catherine Dailey]; res. Lamoni, Iowa; farmer. + 

Phalla M. Hinckley (1142,300,82) b. Ringgold Co., Iowa, Aug. 4, 
1861; res. Riley, R. Co., (Lamoni P. O.?). 

Liberty Lindon Hinckley (1142,300,83) b. Nov. 25, 1862; d. unm. 
Sep. 24, 1894; res. Riley, Ringgold Co., Iowa; teacher. 

Johns. Hinckley (1142,300,84) b. Ringgold Co., Iowa, July 6, 1866; 
res. N. Platte, Neb. ; lawyer; Iowa State Univ. 1887-8; countyjudge 
pro tern. 1897. 

Children of HannaJi J. Grant [p. ijf) and Charles Scott. 
Ella Eliza Scott (1142,300,90) b. Apr. 17, 1855; d. Nov. 16, 1862. 



NINTH GENERATION. 319 

Minnie Mertie Scott (1142,300,91) b. Pittsfield, Vt., Aug-. 25, i860; 
m. Hartland, Vt. , May 22, 1883, George Wm. Corey [b. Monson, 
Mass., Dec. 5, 1852; s. of John Corey and Nancy Rouse]; res. 
Warren, Mass.; form. H. ; machinist. + 

Emma Effie Scott (ii42,3oo,92)b. July 27, 1864; res. Reading, Mass. ; 
teacher. 

Newman Hall Scott (1142,300,93) b. Jan. 2, 1868; res. Mendon, Mass.f 
Cliildroi of Lucy Randall {p. ijf) aiid Charles G. Heivitt. 

Dudley Randall Hewitt (1142,301,00) b. N. Stonington, Apr. 28, 
1825; m. Oct. 10, 1854, Martha Gallup [b. N. S., Feb. 16, 1830; d. 
Oct. 24, 1888; dau. of Jabez Gallup and Eunice Williams]; res. Mystic; 
form. Stonington; gardener. + 

Lucy Ann Hewitt (1142,301,01) b. N. Stonington, Jan. 3, 1831; res. 
N. S. 

Children of John Randall {p. lyf) and Eliza A. Heivitt. 

Lucy Mary Randall (1142,301,20) b. Stonington, Feb. 16, 1863; res. 
Groton; form. S. 

Charles Hewitt Randall (1142,301,21) b. Stonington, Oct. 8, 1864; 
res. Newark, N. J. (305 Belleville Av.); form. S. ; physician; form, 
farmer; M.D. Columbia Coll. 1891; house physician in N. City 
Hospital 1891-2; asst. house physician in St. Michael's Hospital in 
N. 1893-5 ; attending surgeon to clinic of St. Barnabas Hospital in N. 

Nancy E. Randall (1142,301,22) b. Feb. 4, 1867; res. Groton. f 
Children of Esther Randall [p. lyf) and Allen B. Peabody. 

Mary E. Peabody (1142,301,30) b. and d. Jan. 18, 1832. 

Lucy Esther Peabody (1142,301,31) b. Stonington, Nov. 18, 1833; d. 
Stonington, 111., Oct. 21, 1847. 

Almira Randall Peabody (1142,301,32) b. Stonington, July 10, 1836; 
d. Stonington, 111., Jan. 29, 1842. 

Dudley Randall Peabody (1142,301,33) b. Stonington, 111.; m. Ston- 
ington, Conn., Mch. 19, 1867, Mary Elizabeth Lewis [b. Stonington, 
Conn., Mch. 22, 1843; ^au. of Jas. Lewis and Mary Hillyer] ; res. 
Westerly, R. I. ; letter carrier. + 

James Allen Peabody (1142,301,34) b. Stonington, 111., Jan. 6, 1844; 
m. Stonington, Conn., Mch. 19, 1867, Sarah E. Hewitt (1142,301,51) ; 
res. Stonington, 111. ; farmer. + 

Children of Elisha D. Randall {p. lyf) and Eunice P. Vincent. 

Mary Ann Randall (1142,301,40) b. Stonington, May 27, 1845; m. 
Westerly, R. I., Dec. i, 1897, Frank LeRoy Howe; res. S. (W. P.O.). 

Charles Dudley Randall (1142,301,41) b. Stonington, Sep. 22, 1849; 
m. S., Nov. 15, 1879, Elizabeth Bennet [b. St. Paul, Minn., Sep. 27, 
1857; dau. of John E. Bennet and Sarah Grey Williams] ; res. Lower 
Pawcatuck (Westerly, R. I., P. O.); market gardener. $+ 

John Pendleton Randall (1142.301,42) b. Stonington, Sep. 23, 1851; 
m. E. Providence, R. I., Oct! 12, 1880, Charlotte Shaw Dodge [b. 
Providence, R. I., Oct. 12, 1850; dau. of Jared Currington Dodge 
and Olive Paine Salisbury]; res. Westerly, R. I.; sec'y of Smith 
Granite Co. 



320 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

"William Vincent Randall (1142,301,43) b. Stonington, Sep. 30, 1854; 
m. Hamptonburg-, N. Y., Mch. 26, 1884, Kate C. Brooks [b. H., May 
25, i860; dau. of Fletcher Matthews Brooks and Phebe Bodine] ; res. 
Newburgh, N. Y. ; form. S. ; dentist; D.D.S. Philadelphia Dental 
Coll.$+ 

Children of Desire W. Randall (/. 775) and Benadani Hetvitt. 

Hewitt (1142,301,50) (s.), d. inf. 

Sarah Elizabeth Hewitt (1142,301,51) b. N. Stonington, Mch. 24, 
1840; m. Jas. A. Peabody (1142,301,34); res. Stonington, 111. 

Rebecca Wheeler Hewitt (1142,301,52) b. N. Stonington, Nov. 7, 
1851; m. Stonington, 111., Apr. 30, 1870, Henry Kendrick Chesebro 
[b. Lebanon, 1845; s. of Jesse Cheseboro and Abbie Maria Davis]; 
res. S. ; carpenter; J. P. since 1887; ch. trustee and treas. + 
Children of Mary Randall {p. lyf) and William Collins. 

"William Collins (1142,301,70) d. y. 

Sarah Collins (1142,301,71) d. Dec. 20, 1885; m. Wesley Haff, of 
Brooklyn, N. Y. ; res. N. Y. C. and Jersey City, N. J.+ 

Mary Collins (1142,301,72) d. s. p. Feb. 4, 1889; m. Sherman Haff, 
of Brooklyn, N. Y. ; res. N. Y. C. 

Prudence Collins (1142,301,73) d. y. 

CJiildren of Francis N. Grant (/. i"/^) and Lydia Davis. 

Julia E. Grant (1142,302,30) b. May 18, 1843; cl- Oct. 21, 1848. 

Lucy Grant (1142,302,31) b. Norwich, N. Y., Mch. 15, 1845; m. N., 
Sep. 27, 1870, Chas. W. Winsor [b. N., Feb. 27, 1850; s. of Ziba 
Winsor and Sally Ann Darling]; res. N. ; confectioner and baker; 
form, farmer; member of N. G. N. Y.+ 

Francis D. Grant (1142,302,32) b. Feb. 6, 1847; d. Nov. 23, 1848. 

Mary Esther Grant (1142,302,33) b. Norwich, N. Y., Aug. 22, 1849; 
m. N., Nov. 27, 1871, Aaron Dwight McNitt [b. N., Feb. 22, 1839; 
s. of Jas. McNitt and Ruth Gates]; res. N. ; farmer. + 

Ellen Ophelia Grant (1142,302,34) b. Norwich, N. Y., Oct. 27, 1853; 
m. Oct. 10, 1876, John Franklin Crowell [b. Sherburne, N. Y. , Nov. 
25, 1853; s. of Henry Crowell and Marbuary Babcock] ; res. N. ; 
teacher. 

Julia Amelia Grant (1142,302,35) b. Norwich, N. Y., Dec. 22, 1855; 
m. N., Dec. 6, 1872, Frank D. McNitt [b. N., June 1854; s. of Jas. 
McNitt and Phoebe Townsed]; res. Plymouth, N. Y. ; farmer. + 

Frederick Jay Grant (1142,302,36) b. Mch. 16, i860; res. E. Hart- 
ford; R. R. conductor. 

Ella Grant (1142,302,37) b. Norwich, N. Y., Mch. 9, 1862; m. Jan. 
I, 1884, Erving C. Wells [b. Waterville, N. Y., June 21, i860; d. 
Watertown, N. Y., Oct. 10, 1894]; res. Watertown; contractor and 
painter. + 

Elmer Grant (1142,302,38) b. Norwich, N. Y., Mch. 9, 1862; d. 
Aug. 17, 1863. 

Children of Lucy A. Grant [p. 775) and Frederick B. Hopkins. 
Dewitt Clinton Hopkins (1142,302,50) b. Norwich, N. Y., Nov. 13, 
1844; m. DeRuyter, N, Y., Jan. 7, 1867, Margaret VanDyke Tripp 



NINTH GENERATION. 321 

[b. D., Apr. lo, 1850; daii. of Israel Tripp and Hannah Jane Newitt] ; 
res. N. ; conductor with N. Y., O. and W. R. R. since 1872. + 

Charles Henry Hopkins (1142,302,51) b. Norwich, N. Y., Apr. 9, 
1847; m. Gilbertsville, N. Y. , Oct. 26, 1875, Alice Isabelle Heslop 
[b. G. , July 22, 1854; dau. of John Heslop and Pamelia Wallin]; 
res. Middletown, N. Y. ; supt. of N. Y., O. and W. R. R.+ 

Lncy Ada Hopkins (1142,302,52) b. DeRuyter, N. Y., Mch. 17, 1850; 
m. Chilliwhack, Br. Col., Oct. 15, 1875, Horace Webb [b. Marston 
Morteyne, Bedfordshire, Eng. ; s. of John Webb and Caroline Fane]; 
res. C. ; farmer; dep. sheriff since 1883; ch. warden since 1887. + 

Frederick William Hopkins (1142,302,53) b, Norwich, N. Y., Oct. 
1853; res. N. Norwich, N. Y.f 

Jay D. Hopkins (1142,302,54). 

Children of Mary H. Grant {p. ijj) and diaries M. Purdy. 

Ella M. Purdy (1142,302,60) b. Feb. 11, 1848; d. Oct. 7, 1848. 

Kathleen Mary Purdy (1142,302,61) b. Nov. 12, 1849; d. Dec. 21, 
1885; m. Hall.+ 

Julie Breed Purdy (1142,302,62) b. Norwich, N. Y., Jan. 12, 1863; 
m. Nov. 28, 1883, Chas. A. Berry (1142,100,421); res. Syracuse, N. 
Y. (626 Park Av.); form. N.+ 

Children of Stiles B. Grant {p. ijf) and Sarah A. VVetmore. 

Mary Frances Grant (1142,302,70) b. Norwich, N. Y., June 25, i860; 
m. N., Oct. 6, 1880, Wm. Olin Sternberg [b. N., June 3, 1858; s. of 
Wm. Henry Sternberg and Catherine Havens] ; res. Wichita, Kan. 
(Box 943); form. N.$+ 

George Grant (1142,302,71) res. Norwich, N. Y.f 

Charles H. Grant (1142,302,72) res. Norwich, N. Y.f+ 

Edwin Grant (1142,302,73) b. Mch. 27, 1870; d. June 22, 1872, 

Children of Charles H. FarnJiavi {p. 775) and Nancy O. Avery. 

Sarah Elizabeth Farnham (1142,303,00) b. Willimantic, July 29, 1841; 
d. W., May 18, 1881; m. W., Oct. 3, 1861, Elliot Benj. Sumner [b, 
Tolland, Aug. 23, 1834; s. of Wm. Augustus Sumner and Annie 
(Washburn?)]; res. W. ; lawyer. + 

Mary Emily Farnham (1142,303,01) b. Willimantic, Feb. 18, 1844; 
res. W. 

Charles Henry Farnham (1142,303,02) b. June 19, 1846; d. unm. Nov. 

4, 1876. 

Caroline Margaret Farnham (1142,303,03) b. Windham, Apr. 27, 
1848; m. W., Apr. 25, 1870, Adoniram Judson Glazier [b. Willing- 
ton, May 27, 1845; s. of Orlan Glazier and Sophronia Merrick John- 
son]; res. Hartford (3 Sumner St.); form. Willimantic; real estate 
broker. $+ 
CJiildren of Clarissa A. Farnham {p. ijf) and George L. ]\Ieachavi. 

Eliza Ann Meacham (1142,303,10) b. Brooklyn, N. Y. ; rh. B., Oct. 

5, 1859, Geo. Newman Curtis [b. Calais, Me., Dec. 24, 1836; d. Paris, 
France, Dec. 3, 1896; s. of Jeremiah Curtis and Lucy Winslow] ; res. 
N. Y. C. (16 W. 53d St.).+ 

Mary Denison Meacham (1142,303,11) b. Brooklyn, N. Y., Aug. 10, 



322 THE GRANT FAMILY, 

1839; m. B., Jan. 24, 1866, Geo. Franklin Brown [b. Boston, Mass., 
Dec. 6, 1834 ; s. of John Isaac Brown and Rebecca Atherton Thayer] ; 
res. Boston (45 Bay State Road).$+ 

Sara Farnham Meacham (1142,303,12) b. New Haven; m. Brooklyn, 
N. Y., Jan. 24, 1866, Edwin Ludlam [b. N. Y. C, Nov. 28, 1841; s. 
of Silas Ludlam and Elizabeth Clem]; res. B. (294 Washington Av.); 
sec'y of B. Union Gas Co.$+ 

Clara Meacham Meacham (1142,303,13) b. Brooklyn, N. Y., May i, 
18 — ; m. B., Nov. 12, 1872, Lyman Daniels Morse [b. S. Paris, Me., 
Sept. 10, 1835; s. of Phineas Morse and Ann Daniels]; res. B. (186 
Hancock St.).+ 

CJiildren of PJiebe Grant {p. lyd) and Fenner Boss. 

Bessie Boss (1142,304,00) d. ; rem. fr. Plainfield many yrs. ago. 

Fannie Boss (1142,304,01) rem. fr. Plainfield many yrs. ago. 

Henry Boss (1142,304,02) d. ; rem. fr. Plainfield many yrs. ago. 

Etta Boss (1142,304,03). 

Maria Boss (1142,304,04). 
Children of Luciiida Grant {p. iy6) and George M. Denison. 

Betsy Plummer Denison (1142,304,10) b. May 30, 1846; d. July 16, 
1879; m. Cole. 

Fannie Maria Denison (1142,304,11) b. Dec. 31, 1849; res. Moosup.f 

Albert Gallitin Denison (1142,304,12) b. Brooklyn, Oct. 15, 1852; m. 
vSterling, Oct. 12, 1887, Clara Hannah Tillinghast [b. S,, Jan. 25, 
1862; dau. of Albert Tillinghast and Orra Clark]; res. M. ; funeral 
director. + 

Henry Clinton Denison (1142,304,13) b. Oct. 24,1855 ; d. Feb. 19, 1864. 
Child of Adeline Grant {p. lyd) and Norton. 

Horton (1142,304,40) (dau.), res. Providence, R. I. 

Child of Gideon P. Grant {p. ij6) and Harriet B. Avery. 

Adelaide Maria Grant (1142,305,10) b. Stonington, a. 1848; d. S., ae 
a. 18 yrs. 

Children of Alniira W. Grant {p. lyd) and Francis A. Levey. 

Mary Ida Levey (1142,305,20) b. Stonington, Dec. 21, i85i;d. Feb. 
6, 1898; m. S., Everett Nelson Pendleton [b. S. ; s. of Moses Pen- 
dleton and Frances Forsyth]; res. S. ; cashier of S. National Bank.+ 

Henry Allen Levey (1142,305,21) b. Stonington, Mch. 10, 1865; res. 
N. Y. C. (36 W. 25th St.); salesman with Kaskel and Kaskel. 

Nathaniel Palmer Levey (1142,305,22) b. Stonington, June 7, 1867; 
m. Westerly, R. L, Leonora Worth Greene [b. in R. I., June 11, 
1866; dau. of Geo. Ray Greene and Jennie Hiscox]; res. W. ; clerk. 

Grace Maud Levey (1142,305,23) b. Stonington, Oct. 24, 1869; m. 
S., Dec. 20, 1893, Elias Babcock Hinckley [b. S., Feb. 19, 1852; s. 
of Henry Hinckley and Prudence Mary Chesbro]; res. S. (54 Elm 
St.) ; town clerk and judge of probate. |+ 

Children of Lucy A. Grant (/. ijS) and F.t]ian A. D. Collins. 

Ella Lovina Collins (1142,305,30) b. Stonington, Sep. 2, 1846; d. S., 
Apr. 27, 1855. 



NINTH GENERATION. 323 

Kate Anderson Collins (1142,305,31) b. Stonington, Mch. 8, 1850; 
m. Providence, R. I., Mch. 31, 1868, Wm. J. Donovan [b. in Ireland, 
Mch. 28, 1838; s of Timothy Donovan and Johanna Moore]; res. 
Washington, D. C. (1218 O. St. N. W.); government clerk. + 

Sarah ftuin Collins (1142,305,32) b. Stonington, Jan. 22, 1853; m. 
Washington, D. C, Clement John Myers, who was b. Munster, Ger- 
many, Jan. 28, 1831; res. W, (1412 Columbia St.); clerk in War 
Dept. ; served in Co. G. 84th N. Y. Vol. Regt. and Co. D. 5th N. 
Y. Vol. Regt. 1863-5. + 

Jessie Brown Collins (1142,305,33) b, Stonington, Nov. 5, 1857; d. 
S., Sep. 21, 1859. 

Daniel Webster Collins (1142,305,34) b. Stonington, Nov. i, 1859; 
res. Washington, D. C. (1202 P. St. N. W.); form. S. ; finisher. 

Josephine Loper Collins (1142,305,35) b. Stonington, July 22, 1861; 
m. S. , Aug. 3, 1887, Clarence Atlee Nourse [b. Lancaster, Pa., Jan. 
18, 1843; s. of Samuel Osborne Nourse and Jane Barnes Greene]; 
Washington, D. C. (1202 P. St. N. W.); clerk in furniture store. 

George Everett Palmer Collins (1142,305,36) b. Stonington, Apr. 25, 
1864; m. S., Apr. 16, 1885, Barbara Hoflinger; res. S; foreman in 
machine shop.f + 

Jennie Wilson Collins (1142,305,37) b. Stonington, Feb. 6, 1867; m. 
(i) S., May 13, 1885, Orrin F. Palmer [d. July 22, 1890, ae 27; s. of 

Henry G. Palmer and Harriet ]; m. (2) Washington, D. C, 

June I, 1897, John Franklin Hitchcock [b. Palmer, Mass., July 19, 
1855; s. of John Hitchcock and Nerissa Hale]; res. N. Y. C. (363 
Boulevard) ; form. S. and W. ; Mr. P. was a meat merchant; Mr. H. 
is a stationer; commodore of Columbia Yacht Club. 
Childroi of Samuel O. Grant {p. ij6) and Emily A. Heivitt (/ ///). 

Grant (1142,307,10) (s.), b. and d. N. Stonington, June 28, 

1870. 

Grant (1142,307,11) (dau.), b. and d. N. Stonington, June 28, 

1870. 

Edwin Hewitt Grant (1142,307,12) b. N. Stonington, May 19, 1872; 
d. Poquetanuck, Nov. 18, 1890 (1891). 

CJiild of Harriet A. Grant {p. iy6) and Benjamin A. Gallup. 

Augusta Gallup (1142,307,20) b. Marshall, Mich., June 23, 1858; d. 

St. Louis. Mo., Sep. 3, 1894; m. M., Sep. 22, 1880, Geo. Frederick 

Langenberg [b. Bay, Mo. ; s. of Caspar Henry Langenberg and 

Catharine Elisabeth Koch]; wid. res. S. L. (3879 Delmar Boulevard.). + 

CJiildren of Sarah E. Grant {p. lyd) and Oliver Brown. 

Minnie Brown (1142,307,30) b. S. Kingston, R. L, July 10, 1859; d. 
Springfield, Mo., Feb. 26, 1885; grad. Drury Coll. 1878; instructor 
in D. Coll. 1878-9; missionary of the A. B. C. F. M. at Hadjin and 
Adana, Turkey; her letters from Europe, Turkey, Palestine and 
Egypt were published. 

Jean Elizabeth Brown (1142,307,31) b. St. John, N. B., Jan. 20, 1865 ; 
m. W. Glover, Vt., June 29, 1895, Frederick V. Hanson [b. Fal- 
mouth, Me., Apr. 11, 1867; s. of Thos. Elwood Hanson and Eliza- 



324: THE GRANT FAMILY. 

beth Welsh]; res. Andover; magazine writer; they attended Drury 
Coll. 

Oliver Brown (1142,307,32) b. Fox Lake, Wis., July 27, 1867; d. F, 
L., Feb. 15, 1868. 

Harriet Grant Brown (1142,307,33) b. Fox Lake, Wis. , Mch. 5,1869; 
res. Andover; artist and designer; Drury Coll. 1885-6, grad. Carle- 
ton Coll. 1 89 1. 

Edward Brown (1142,307,34) b. Breckenridge, Mo., Oct. 9, 1871; d. 
B., July I, 1873. 

Mary Brown (1142,307,35) b. Breckenridge, Mo., Nov. 20, 1873; d. 
B., Dec. 6, 1873. 

Charles Winchester Brown (1142,307,36) b. Kidder, Mo., Aug. 19, 
1876; res. Andover; electrical engineer; Me. State Coll. 

Sarah Brown (1142,307,37) b. Springfield, Mo., Jan. 12, 1879; d. 
S., Feb. 1879. 

Children of Lucy P. Grant {p. 777) and Allen R. Spragiie. 

Edward Allen Sprague (1142,307,40) b. Breckenridge, Mo., Sep. 2, 
1872; m. May 23, 1895, May Parks; res. St. Louis, Mo.f + 

Henry Mel vin Sprague (1142,307,41) b. Breckenridge, Mo., Dec. 
27, 1S75 (1874); res. St. Louis, Mo.; clerk in wholesale dry goods 
store.* 

Howard Burton Sprague (1142,307,42) b. Breckenridge, Mo., Mch. 
10, 1877; res. Cassville, Mo.; miller. 

Children of Enoch B. Pendleton [p. lyy) and Mary E. Chapman. 

Mary Elizabeth Pendleton (1142,320,20) b. Pendleton Hill, Sep. 15, 
1844; res. Westerly, R. L (34 Elm St.). 

Arabella Josephine Pendleton (i 142,320,21) b. N. Stonington, July 
15, 1847; res. Springfield, Mass. (109 Pearl St.). 

Eugene B. Pendleton (1142,320,22) b. Westerly, R. I., June 18, 
1849; res. W. (34 Elm St.); clerk in P. O. 1867-75, postmaster 
1875-87, real estate agent since 1887; master in chancery of supreme 
court of R. I., commissioner of deeds for N. Y., N. J., and Iowa; 
20 yrs. in militia, 2d lieut., ist lieut. , and capt. ; Col. and A. D. C. 
on governor's staff 1888-9; treas. of Calvar}^ Bapt. Ch. since 1884. 

Charles Henry Pendleton (1142,320,23) b. Westerly, R. I., Apr. 28, 
1852; m. Brooklyn, N. Y., Apr. 19, 1882, Harriet Elizabeth Noyes 
[b, W., Nov. 9, 1857; dau. of Thos. Jefferson Noyes and Harriet 
Potter Murphey] ; res. W. ; member of secret service, P. O. Dept. ; 
has been in all branches of postal service. $+ 

Harriet Chapman Pendleton (1142,320,24) b. Westerly, R. L, Oct. 7, 
1854; m. W., Nov. 29, 1888, Benj. Daviese Hahn [b. Spring Mills, 
O., Aug. 21, 1856; s. of David Hahn and Barbara Anna Owen]; res. 
Springfield, Mass. (109 Pearl St.) ; Wooster Univ., Rochester Theol. 
Sem. ; pastor of Bapt. churches at W. (Calvary), Newark, N. J. 
(Clinton Av.), and S. (State St.).+ 

Edwin Palmer Pendleton (1142,320,25) b. Westerly, R. L, July 20, 
1857; m. Detroit, Mich., June 11, 1885, Anna Kate Eaton [b. Buffalo, 
N. Y., Dec. I, 1854; dau. of Chas. Sylvester Eaton and Anna 



NINTH GENERATION. 325 

Scotten]; res. W. ; grad. U. S. Mil. Acad. 1879; 2d Lieut. 23d U. S. 
Inf. 1879-89, ist. Lieut, since 1889. + 

Annie Cole Pendleton (1142,320,26) b. Nov. 2, 1859; d. Jan. 10, 1880. 

James Monroe Pendleton (1142,320,27) b. Westerly, R. L, June 23, 
1862; res. W. ; treas. of Niantic Saving-s Bank since 1889, form, clerk 
and asst. cashier; chairman of school committee, supt. of health, 
town treas. 1892-7 ; treas. and trustee of Memorial and Library Asso. 
since 1891; moderator and trustee of Calvary Bapt. Ch. since 1893. 

Ellen Fitz Pendleton (i 142,320, 28)b. Westerly, R. I., Aug. 7, 1864; 
res. Wellesley, Mass. ; instructor in mathematics and sec'y of Welles- 
ley Coll. ; A.B. Wellesley Coll. 1886, A.M. 1891. 

CJiildren of Pliebe E. Pendleton {p. 777) and Bradley Miner. 

Francis Wayland Miner (1142,320,30) b. Fall River, Mass., Dec. 10, 
1 831; m. Westerly, R. I., Feb. 20, 1864, Elizabeth Read Davis [b. 
Gilboa, N. Y., July 15, 1836; dan. of Benj. Davis and Catharine 
Fanning]; res. Providence, R. L (29 Weybosset St.) ; lawyer; Brown 
Univ.; rep. Cranston, R. I., 10 yrs. , later P., speaker of the house 
1862, member of C. city council; Maj. on governor's staff during 
Civil War.+ 

Sarah Miner (1142,320,31) d. ae 2 yrs.; bur. N. Stonington. 

(Sarah?) Miner (1142,320,32) d. inf.; bur. N. Stonington. 

(Sarah?) Miner (1142,320,33) d. inf.; bur. N. Stonington. 

CJiild of DeWitt C. Pendleton (/. 777) and H. Amanda Bagley. 

Mary Abby Pendleton (1142,320,40) b. Stonington, Oct. 20, 1859; 
res. Wakefield, R. I. ; teacher. 

Children of William F. Pendleton (/. 777) and Sarah A. Haiigh. 

Nathan Sands Pendleton (1142,320,50) d. 1854, 

James Munroe Pendleton (1142,320,51) d. unm. Westerly, R. L, Mch. 
II, 1863; ist Lieut. i2Lh R. L Regt. 

William Addison Pendleton (1142,320,52) d. Westerly, R. L, 1872. 

Phebe Elizabeth Pendleton (1142,320,53) d. 1890; m. Dec. 27, 1876, 
Prof. Wm. E. Hart.+ 

Charles Henry Pendleton (1142,320,54) b. Fincastle, Va., Feb. 4, 1852 ; 
m. N. Y. C, June 29, 1887, Mary Thayer Wyman [b. E. Douglass, 
Mass., Jan. 18, 1866; dau. of Isaac Jeremiah Wyman and Ella 
Thayer]; res. Mt. Holly, N. J.; A.B. Brown Univ. 1878, grad. 
Rochester Theol. Sem. 1881 ; pastor of Bapt. churches at Salem, O., 
Cleveland, O., Worcester, Mass., and M. H.; trustee of Worcester 
Poly. Inst, several yrs. + 

Mary Ann Pendleton (1142,320,55) b. in Va., July 23, 1852 (1854?); 
res. Westerly, R. I. (22 Elm St.). 

Katharine Arabella Pendleton (1142,320,56) b. Dec. 4, 1856; m. E. P. 
Eichler, M.D.; res. Miramar, Cal.f 

CJiildren of Susan A. Pendleton (/. 777) and John A. Morgan. 

John Howard Morgan (1142,320,60) b. Pendleton Hill, Jan. 30, 1844, 
m. N. Y. C, Oct. 12, 1875, Phebe Anna Benjamin [b. N. Y. C, July 
6, 1850; dau. of Joseph Reid Benjamin and Maria Louisa Cox Har- 
ris]; res. Westerly, R. I. (43 High St.); form. N. Y. C. ; physician; 



326 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

M.D. Univ. of City of N. Y. 1868; on staff of Blackwells Id. Hos- 
pital 1868-70; served in 9th R. I. Vol. Regt. 1862, 2d Sergt. Co. H. 
26th Conn. Vol. Regt. 1862-3; medical examiner of W. since 1884; 
school trustee since 1890, chairman of board; censor of R. I. State 
Med. Soc. several yrs. ; pres. and censor of R. I. Medico-Legal Soc. ; 
pres. of Washington Co. Med. Soc, sec'y. and treas. since 1889; clerk 
of Calvary Bapt. Ch. of W.$+ 

Susan Amelia Morgan (1142,320,61) b. Mystic, Aug. 18, 1848; d. M., 
Dec. 26, 1848. 

Henry Pendleton Morgan (1142,320,62) b. Pawcatuck, Stonington 
Tp., Nov. 27, 1849; m- N. Y. C, Oct. 12, 1875, Annie Cannon [b. 
Plainfield, N. J. ; dau. of Jas, Cannon and Annie Millett]; res. Provi- 
dence, R. I. (350 Blackstone St.); investments and life insurance; in 
Niantic National Bank of Westerly, R. I., 14 yrs. ; treas. of Niantic 
Savings Bank of W. 11 yrs. ; sometime ist vice-pres. of Jarvis-Conk- 
lin Mortgage Trust Co.+ 

Phebe Esther Morgan (1142,320,63) b, Pawcatuck, Stonington Tp., 
May 17, 1853; m. P., June 7, 1882, John Ransford Slater [b. Nor- 
wich, Feb. I, 1855; s. of Benj. Slater and Jerusha Pendleton]; res. 
N. Y. C. ; manager of Hotel Albert. 

Charles Avery Morgan (1142,320,64) b. Pawcatuck, Stonington Tp., 
Oct. 22, 1855; m. Brooklyn, N. Y., Feb. 22, 1888, Clara Tilford 
Rogers [b. on Long Island, Aug. 1864; dau. of Geo. F. Rogers and 
Julia A. Lewis]; res. Westerly, R. I.; insurance. 

Harriet Morgan (1142,320,65) b. Pawcatuck, Stonington Tp., July 
2, 1857; m. P., May 26, 1886, Chas. Perkins Cottrell [b. P., Mch. 9, 
1858 ; s. of Calvert Byron Cottrell and Lydia Whitman Perkins] ; res. 
Westerly, R. I. (22 Ehn St.); printing-press manufacturer, + 

Children of Ann E. Carr (/. ijS) and Nathan H. Langworthy. 

Susan Elizabeth Langworthy (1142,322,00) b. N. Stonington, Sep. 7, 
1838; m. Westerly, R. I., Oct. 17, 1883, Wm. Lyman Greene [b. 
Kennebunk Port, Me., Nov. 10, 1828; s. of Aaron Greene and Mary 
Miller]; res. Boston, Mass. (98 Lawrence Av.); publisher; dea. of 
Cong. ch. 

Sara Altana Langworthy (1142,322,01) b. N. Stonington, Aug. 2, 
1842; res. N. Y. C. (57 E. 65th St.). 

Albert Henry Langworthy (1142,322,02) b. Westerly, R. I., Nov. 15, 
J851; m. W., Oct. 5, 1874, Georgie Sheldon Loveland (adoption 
name) [b. Glocester, R. I. ; dau. of Geo. Ware Sheldon and Ann 
Cady] ; res. W. (33 Elm St.); grocer; town treas.; ch. trustee. + 

Adelina Carr Langworthy (1142,322,03) b. Westerly, R. I., Oct. 30, 
1856; m. W., Nov. 22, 1882, John Glamis Lyon [b. Allegheny, Pa., 

July 20, 1855; s. of Jas. Benj. Lyon and Anna ]; res. Mar- 

tinsburg, W. Va. ; brass manufacturer ; Coll. of N. J.-t- 

Helen Langworthy (1142,322,04) b. Westerly, R. I., Jan. 29, 1861; 
m. W., Oct. 28, 1885, Chas. Louis Whitman [b. Cambridge, Mass., 
Oct. 4, 1861; d. N. Y. C, Jan. 26, 1894; s. of John Whitman and 
Rebecca Cutler]; res. N. Y. C. (57 E. 65th St.); commission mer- 
chant. + 



NINTH GENERATION. 327 

Jenny Langworthy (1142,322,05) b. Westerly, R. I., 1863; res. N. 
Y. C. (57 E. 65th St.). 

Children of Sands Carr {p. 178). 

Nathan S. Carr (1142,322,10) res. Ashaway, R. I. ; pres. of A. Line 
and Twine Manuf. Co.f 

Lucy Carr (1142,322,11) m. Maine; res. Alfred, N. Y. ; 

Seventh Day Bapt. minister; 2 s.* 

C/iild of William C. Grant {p. ij8) and Harriet Morse. 
Harriet S. Grant (1142,341,00) m. E. E. Potter; res. Philadelphia, 
Pa. (4724 Warrington Av.); Commodore U. S. N. (retired). f + 

Cliildren of Mary Grant {p. iy8) and Pliny Moore. 
Gurdon Grant Moore (1142,341,10) res. Chicago, 111. (Union Club).f 
Edward Grant Moore (1142,341,11) res. Glasgow, Scotland.* 

Children of George E. Grant [p. 178) and Mary A. Winchell. 

Mary Grant (1142,341,20) b. Amsterdam, N. Y., May 21, i860; m. 
Boston, Mass., Feb. 23, 1881 ; Henry Colburn Skinner [b. B., May 
17, 1854; s. of Henry Bates Skinner and Rachel Anne Symmes]; 
res. W. Roxbury, Mass. (23 Mt. Vernon St.); form. Tarrytown, N. 
Y. ; she is a manager of Boston Children's Aid Soc. + 

Annie Grant (1142,341,21) b. Amsterdam, N. Y., Jan. 12,1862; res. 
W. Roxbury, Mass. (23 Mt. Vernon St.). 

Children of Gilbert W. Grant {p. 178) and Snsan Laivton. 

Ella Lawton Grant (1142,350,10) b. Jersey City, N. J., Sep. 7, 1854; 
m. (i) Cleveland, O., Dec. 25, 1880, Isaiah Andrew Campbell; di- 
vorced 1888; m. (2) C, July 29, 1891, Chas. Henry Wilson, of C. [b. 
Washington, D. C. ; s. of Eli Wilson and Rachel Carroll] ; res. C. 
(606 Jennings Av.) ; she is a florist; the first woman in the U. S. to 
enter commercial floriculture under her own name; awarded 4 
prizes at Columbian Exposition. $+ 

Gilbert Leonard Grant (1142,350,11) b. Jersey City, N. J., June 15, 
1859; m. Cleveland, O., May 21, 1879, May Louise Nichols [b. Tan- 
ners Brook, N. J., Mch. 10, 1861; dau. of Frederick Nichols and 
Josephine Rose]; res. Chicago, 111. (414 Orchard St.); form. Cleve- 
land; editor and manager of Florists' Review. $-1- 

Ida May Grant (1142,350,12) b. Cleveland, O., June 28, 1864; m. 
Aug. 25, 1889, Eugene H. Foster, of C. ; res. C. (21 Garden St.); 
I child, f 

Walter Addison Grant (1142,350,13) b. Cleveland, O., June 28, 1864; 
d. C, Mch. 3, 1865. 
Children of Mary A. Grant [p. 178) and . Henry C. Chamberlain. 

Henry Grant Chamberlain (1142,350,40) b. Brooklyn, N. Y., Jan. 18, 
1865; m. Newburyport, Mass., Sep. 18, 1897, Elizabeth Jackman, of 
N. ; res. N.f 

Minnie Adele Chamberlain (1142,350,41) b. Hamilton, Canada, Mch. 
23, 1869; m. N. Y. C, Aug. 15, 1894, Rev. Albert Hatcher Smith, 
of Hamilton, Va. ; res. Berwick, Pa. ; pastor of First Bapt. Ch.t + 



328 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

Charles Albert Chamberlain (1142,350,42) b. Cleveland, O., Dec. 31, 
1873; d. Olmstead Falls, O., Sep. 18, 1874. 

Alberta Eliza Inez Chamberlain (1142,350,43) b. Cleveland, O., July 
20, 1875; m. N. Y. C, Dec. 26, 1894, Chas. Lorenzo Lawrence, of 
N. Y. C. [b. Ludlow, Yt., Sep. 20, 1869; s. of Asahel Sylvanus' 
Lawrence and Harriet Carrie Hnrd]; res. Newark, N. J. (207 Clif- 
ton Av.); asso. pastor of North Ref. Ch. ; insurance i yr. , banker i 
yr. , registrar of Columbia Coll. 2 yrs. ; Columbia Coll., New Bruns- 
wick Theol. Sem. 1885-7, Union Theol. Sem. 1897-8. + 

Children of Alinira C. Grant (/. //p) and Samuel W. Tinker. 

Charles Nathan Tinker (1142,351,00) b. July 5, 1843; n^- Manasquan, 
N. J., Julv 20, 1877, Edith Vannote; res. Boulder, Col.*+ 

James Watson Tinker (1142,351,01) b. June 29, 1846; m. Greeley, 
Col., Apr. 18, 1896, Mrs. Josephine Everson, who d. Jan. 11, 1897; 
res. G. ; farmer. f 

William Wallace Tinker (1142,351,02) b. Sag Harbor, N. Y., Feb. 8, 
1849; ^- Elizabeth E. Grant (1142,35 1,10) ; res. Greeley, Col. ; farmer; 
dea. and trustee of Bapt. ch. ; supt. of Union S. S. in Lucerne, Col. 

Nathan Grant Tinker (1142,351,03) b. Oct. 3, 1851; d. May 1852. 

Samuel Woodward Tinker (1142,351,04) b. Apr. 2, 1853; res. Gree- 
ley, Col. ; farrner.f 

CJiild of NatJian B. Grant {p. ijg) and Sarah E. Robinson. 

Elizabeth Emma Grant (1142,351,10) b. Stonington, Apr. 6, 1853; m. 
Greeley, Col., May 30, 1879, Wm. W. Tinker (1142,351,02); res. G. ; 
'form. Jersey City, N. J.+ 

Child of Nathan B. Grant {p. ijg) aiid Juliet H. Hedges. 

Harry Seaborn Grant (1142,351,11) b. at sea, July 27, i860; d. Sag 
Harbor, N. Y., Sep. 30, i860. 

CJiildrcn of Dejiison P. Grant (/. lyg) and Eninm J. Gordon. 

William Benjamin Grant (1142,351,30) b. New London, Aug. 25, 
1858; m. Mary Crabtree, of Richmond Co., N. Y.+ 

Jennie Palmer Grant (1142,351,31) b. Bergen, N. J., Aug. 10, 1863- 
d. Greeley, Col., Oct. 27, 1883. 

Children of Ajison F. Grant {p. ijgi). 

Rolla Grant (1142,351,40) m. ; res. Westfield, N. J.f 

Grant (1142,351,41) (s.), d. prob. unm. 

Grant (1142,351,42) (dau.), d. prob. unm. 

Child of Jane Grant [p. lyg) and Edzvin A. Palmer. 

Herbert Rodman Palmer (1142,351,60) b. Cleveland, O., June 12, 
1864; m. Ashland, O., Dec. 9, 1896, Harriet Poe Cressinger [b. A., 
Nov. 17, 1870; dau. of Dr. Henry J. Cressinger and Emma Fulker- 
son]; res. C (17 Morse Av.); mining engineer; M.E. Cornell Univ. 
1887. 

Children of John S. Gra^it {p. iy(f) and Eliza A. Bingham. 
Frederic Latham Grant (1142,352,00) b. Hanover, July 24, 1852; m. 
Providence, R. I., Oct. 27, 1880, Sarah Ward Work [b. P., June 15, 



NINTH GENERATION. 329 

1855 ; dau. of Harrison Grey Work and Frances Cleveland Ensworth] ; 
res. Rochester, N. Y. ; form. Orange, N. J. ; of manufacturing firm 
of Trimby and Brewster Shoe Co. + 

Alice Bingham Grant (1142,352,01) b. Hanover; d. H., se 6 mos. 

Child of Jo/ill S. Grant [p. ijg) and Maria L. Brozvn. 

Annie Louise Grant (1142,352,02) b. Jewett City, July 10, 1865; d. 
unm. Springfield, Mass., Aug. 16, 1890; res. S. 

CJiildren of VVilliain F. Grant {p. ijg) and Harriet N. Williams. 

William Slack Grant (1142,353,10) b. Colebrook, June i, 1861 ; d. C, 
Aug. 29, 1861. 

Nettie Williams Grant (1142,353,11) b. Colebrook, Aug. 25, 1862 ; m. 
Brooklyn, N. Y., May 10, 1882, Henry Allen Sinclair [b. B., Sep. 13, 
1856; s. of Allen Sinclair and Mary Ann Hosmer]; res. B. (950 Bed- 
ford Av.); electrician. + 

Frank Lincoln Grant (1142,353,12) b. W. Winsted, Mch. 9, 1864; m. 
(i) Albany, N. Y., Mch. 26, 1885, Emma Louise Arnold [b. A. ; d. 
Brooklyn, N. Y., Apr. 11, 1887; dau. of Joseph Arnold]; m. (2) B., 
Apr. 23, 1890, Sarah Frances Hunter [b. N. Y. C, Jan. 26, 1864; 
dau. of Wm. I. Hunter and Sara Frances Orens] ; res. B. (Hotel St. 
George) ; asst. sec'y of Central Trust Co. of N. Y. C.$+ 

Frederick Everett Grant (1142,353,13) b. Colebrook, Aug. 31, 1866; 
res. Brooklyn, N. Y. (235 Skillman St.); lawyer; A.B. Yale Univ. 
1892, A.M., LL.B. 

Lucy Noyes Grant (1142,353,14) b. Brooklyn, N. Y., June 13, 1873; 
d. B., Dec. 27, 1890. 

Children of Mary A. Grant (/. //p) and Thomas L. Reynolds. 

Susan Ida Reynolds (1142,353,20) b, N. Stonington, Feb. 8, 1861; 
m. Norwich, Mch. 4, 1886, Henry Beecher Comings [b. Woodstock, 
June 22, i860; s. of Samuel C. Comings and Anna Lyon]; res. Den- 
ver, Col. (2649 Champa St.); farmer. 

Minnie Lawton Reynolds (1142,353,21) b. N. Stonington, May 6, 
1864; m. Denver, Col., June 25, 1890, Frank Freeman [b. in Iowa, 
Sep. 25, 1858; s. of Austin Freeman and Mary Miller]; res. D. (2422 
Champa St. ) ; shipping clerk with Giant Powder Co. ; Boulder Univ. + 

William Henry Reynolds (1142,353,22) b. nr. E. Woodstock, Jan. 
22, 1871; m. Denver, Col., Nov. 28, 1890, Adelaide Lock wood Seage 
[b. Graniteville, Rich. Co., N. Y., Mch. 4, 1869; dau. of Edmund S. 
Seage and Margaret Simonson] ; res. D. (1655 Gilpin St.); book- 
keeper with Hartford Loan and Trust Co. ; clerk of First Bapt. Ch., 
S. S. librarian; sec'y of New England Asso. of Col.$+ 

Child of Martha Holmes {p. 180). 

(1142,362,00) m. Rinaldo O. Coe; res. St. Paul, Minn.* 

Children of Silas E. Holmes {p. 180). 

Eliza Holmes (1142,362,10). 

Hannahette Holmes (1142,362,11) m. Scott Johnson, who d. ; res. 
Munsville, N. Y.t + 



330 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

Children of Harmon L. Holmes [p. i8d) and Lucelia Dolley. 
Mary D. Lucy Holmes (1142,363,40) b. Siloam, N. Y., July 5, 1877; 
teacher. 
Hosea Wheeler Holmes (1142,363,41) b. Siloam, N. Y., Feb. 20, 1882. 
Leroy Wilber Holmes (1142,363,42) b. Siloam, N. Y., Nov. 3, 1883. 

Children of Mary 5. Holmes [p. 180) and Joseph E. Morgan. 

Hattie Estella Morgan (1142,364,00) b. nr. Peterboro, N. Y., July 
18, 1852; d. s. p. nr. Earlville, N. Y., Apr. 9, 1879; m. nr. E., Oct. 
17. 1877, Jason Mead Benton [b. nr. E., Apr. 15, 1848; d. nr. E., 
Jan. 15, 1879; s. of Simeon Andrew Benton and Marilla McMaster] ; 
res. nr. E. ; teacher. 

Charles Otis Morgan (1142,364,01) b. Peterboro, N. Y. , May 7, 1854; 
m. Cazenovia, N. Y., June 18, 1878, Lizzie M. Chaphe [b. Eaton, N. 
Y., May i, 1854; dau. of Geo. F. Chaphe and Flavilla M. Stone]; 
res. Los Angeles, Cal. (B0X366); lawyer; Ph.B. Colgate Univ. 1877, 
A.M. 1884; dep. register of deeds, Beadle Co., S. D., 1883-6, dep. 
county treas. 1887-8, auditor 1889-90; treas. of Am. Bapt. Ch. of L. A. 

Minnie Surviah Morgan (1142,364,02) b. Smithfield, Mad. Co., N. Y., 
Sep. 21, 1857; m. Earlville, N. Y., Oct. 9, 1882, Walter John Allen 
[b. Hartland, N. Y., Mch. 24, 1851; s. of Chas. Allen and Laura 
Jane Hartshorn]; res. St. Paul, Minn. (795 Holly Av.); bakery and 
lunch parlor; directress of E. Minn, and Minneapolis Asso. + 

Lucy Elizabeth Morgan (1142,364,03) b. nr. Peterboro, N. Y., Mch. 
10, 1859; res. Hamilton, N. Y. ; taught 11 yrs. ; S. S. teacher. 

Clara Eunice Morgan (1142,364,04) b. nr. Peterboro, N. Y., Apr. 2, 
1861; d. nr. Earlville, N. Y., Apr. 9, 1871. 

Fred Grant Morgan (1142,364,05) b. Oct. 7, 1862; m. Nov. 25, 1883, 
Loretta Holmes; res. Lebanon, N. Y.f 

William Franklin Morgan (1142,364,06) b. nr. Peterboro, N. Y., Feb. 
10, 1865; d. s. p. Schenectady, N. Y., Feb. 25, 1896; m. St. Paul, 
Minn., Oct. 23, 1889, Carrie B. Van Vechten, dau. of Chas. Van 
Vechten; res. Minneapolis, Minn.; wid. res. S. P. (795 Holly Av.); 
caterer. 

Annie Borodel Morgan (1142,364,07) b. nr. Peterboro, N. Y., Feb. 
10, 1865; m. nr. Earlville, N. Y., Oct. 27, 1885, Seymour H. Baker 
[b. nr. E., Feb. 10, 1857; s. of Geo. Washington Baker and Hannah 
Sanford Head]; res. nr. E. ; farmer; J.P. + 

Angelina May Morgan (1142,364,08) b. Lebanon, N. Y., Jan. 30, 
1868; m. L., Mch. 12, 1889, Chas. Hervey Geer [b. L., Feb. 8, 1866; 
s. of Reuben H. Geer and Lydia E. Leet]; res. L. ; farmer. + 

Kate Genevieve Morgan (1142,364,09) b. nr. Earlville, N. Y., July 19, 
1870; res. Hamilton, N. Y. 

Children of Silas P. Holmes {p. 180) and Sarah f. Merritt. 

Mary Anice Holmes (1142,364,10) b. Stonington, Dec. 18, 1854; m. 
Mystic, Dec. 12, 1876, Eugene Batty [b. M., Oct.- 10, 1848; s. of Wm. 
Gail Batty and Charlotte Amanda Denison]; res. S. ; dep. collector 
of customs; form, merchant; in militia 5 yrs. + 

Louise M. Holmes (1142,364,11) b. Laporte, Ind., Mch. 10, 1856; 



NINTH GENERATION. 331 

m. Mystic River, June lo, 1879, Wilmer Smith Bunting [b. Coates- 
ville, Pa., Feb. 18, 1850; s. of John Crawford Bunting and Marga- 
retta Cole Smith]; res. Jacksonville, Fla.4- 

Archibald Holmes (1142,364,12) b. May 19, 1858; d. June 11, 1862. 

Cora Geneive Holmes (1142,364,13) b. Stonington, Apr. 14, 1861; m. 
Mystic, Sep. 12, 1882, Geo. Wm. Cone [b. Scranton, Pa., Oct. 7, 
1859; s. of Dorastus Cone and Martha Rebecca Lacey] ; res. River- 
ton, Va. ; manager of R. Mills Co. (flour) ; director of Front Royal, 
Va. , National Bank; school trustee; dea. of Bapt. Ch. ; trustee of 
Bapt. Orphanage. $+ 

Child of David E. Holmes {p. 186) and Mary E. SuiitJi. 
Edward Ira Holmes (1142,364,20) b. Galva, 111., July 2, 1874; res. 
Chicago, 111. (31 19 S. Park Av.); architect; grad. Armour Inst, of 
Tech. 1896.$ 

Children of Cliaiincy G. Tucker [p. iSo) and Jennie Coselnian. 

Rena Tucker (1142,366,00) b. Mile Strip, N. Y., Oct. 10, 1872; m. 
New London, O., Feb. 7, 1893, Miner Cyrenius Peck [b. N. L., 1869; 
s. of Alva Peck and Anna Liza Miner]; res. N. L. ; farmer. + 

Grace Flaville Tucker (1142,366,01) b. Mile Strip, N. Y., Dec. 25, 
1874; res. Smithville, O. 

Cecil Tucker (1142,366,02) b. Mile Strip, N. Y., Dec. 31, 1876; res. 
New London, O.f 

Jennie Tucker (1142,366,03) b. Mile Strip, N. Y., May 22, 1878. 

Lester Grant Tucker (1142,366,04) b. Mile Strip, N. Y., Aug. 28,1879. 

Children of Chauncy G. Tucker [p. 180) and Ada Lambkin. 
Lyman Chauncey Tucker (1142,366,05) b. Nov. 7, 1885. 
Eunice Mae Tucker (1142,366,06) b. Aug. 26, 1891. 

Children of Prentice Holmes [p. 181) and Martha E. Rugg. 

Helena Louise Holmes (1142,367,00) b. Oneida Lake, N. Y., Dec. 6, 
1865; d. Clinton, Iowa, Sep. 27, 1872. 

Edith Mabel Holmes (1142,367,01) b. Clinton, Iowa, July 6, 1873; 
res. C. ; stenographer with Curtis Bros, and Co. 

Edna Rugg Holmes (1142,367,02) b. La Crosse, Wis., Apr. 3, 1875; 
res. Clinton, Iowa. 

Children of Enielinc D. Holmes (/. 181) and Ebenezer E. Bet singer. 

Edward Wayland Betsinger (1142,367,20) b. Oneida Lake, N.Y.,Oct. 
9, 1 871; res. Clinton, Iowa; fruit grower and market gardener; ch. 
clerk. 

Harrison Rouse Betsinger (1142,367,21) b. Oneida Lake, N. Y., June 
I, 1873; res. Clinton, Iowa; employee in wagon factory. f 

Earl Holmes Betsinger (1142,367,22) b. Marshalltown, Iowa, Jan. 4, 
1880. 

Child of Lydia E. Ladd {p. 181) and James Hitchcock. 

James Ladd Hitchcock (1142,371,20) b. Cheektowaga, N. Y., Nov. 
14, 1876; res. New Haven (371 Crown St.) ; instructor in Yale Univ. ; 
Ph.B. Yale Univ. 1897. 



332 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

Children of Leonora A. Ladd {p. i8i) and Augustus G. Bissell. 

Eleanor Grant Bissell (1142,371,40) b. Feb. 28, 1879. 

Harriet Brewster Bissell (1142,371,41) b. July 13, 1880. 

Harvey Hitchcock Bissell (1142,371,42) b. Jan. 25, 1882. 

Albert Ladd Bissell (1142,371,43) b. Mch. 17, 1884. 

Children of Samuel J. Carr {p. 182) and Mary A. Tew. 

Alabama Grant Carr (1142,380,00) b. Newport, R. I., Sep. 13, 1854; 
m. N., May 22, 1872, Geo. Henry Sharpe, s. of Wm. Sharpe and 
Georgiana Nesbit; res. N. ; photographer. + 

Leander Kean Carr (1142,380,01) b. Newport, R. I., May 18, 1863; 
m. N., Nov. 18, 1891, Abbie Westcott [b. N., June 2, 1869; dau. of 
Wm. Henry Westcott and Susan Elizabeth Murphey] ; res. N. ; news- 
paper correspondent; form, clerk and asst. librarian in Redwood Li- 
brary. 

Children of Benjamin U. Carr [p. 182). 

Ferdinand D. Carr (1142,380,20) res. Newport, R. I.f 

Philip Rider Carr (1142,380,21) res. Newport, R. I.f 

Benjamin U. Carr (1142,380,22) res. Woburn, Mass.* 

Cliild of Mary J. Kenyon (/. /&) and John F. Collins. 

Arthur Kenyon Collins (1142,382,00) b. Feb. 14, 1881. 

Children of Lucy A. Wheeler [p. 182) and Jonathan /. Hubbard. 

Content Annette Hubbard (1142,384,00) d. 

William Edward Hubbard (1142,384,01) m. Hallie Luckey; res. Ash- 
ley, Pa.t 

Jessie Jacqueline Hubbard (1142,384,02) d. 

Frank Jackson Hubbard (1142,384,03) m. Emma Goodrich; res. 
Scranton, Pa. f 

Fred Wheeler Hubbard (1142,384,04) m. Adelia Deval; res. Thomp- 
son, Pa.t 

Anna Elizabeth Hubbard (1142,384,05) m. Horton Gardner; res. 
Scott, Pa.t 

Charlie Newton Hubbard (1142,384,06) res. Thompson, Pa.t 

Children of Albert G. Wheeler {p. 182) and Charlotte Berry. 

Martha A. Wheeler (1142,384,20) m. Clarence Cook; res. Clarks 
Green, Pa.; 4 chil.t+ 

Mary C. Wheeler (1142,384,21) m. Chas. F. Grossman; res, Scranton, 
Pa. (Capouse Av.).t + 

Lillian C. Wheeler ( 1 142,384,22) m. John Mellinix; res. Clarks 
Green, Pa.t + 

Hannah Grant Wheeler (1142,384,23) m. Albert Smith; res. New 
Milford, Pa.*+ 

Benira E. Wheeler (1142,384,24) m. Elsie Jones; res. Clarks Sum- 
mit, Pa.t 

Albert G. Wheeler (1142,384,25) m. Mary Chapman; res. Clarks 
Green, Pa.t 

Frank G. Wheeler (1142,384,26) m. Phebe Wheeler; res. Peckville, 
Pa.; 3 chil.* + 



NINTH GENERATION. 333 

Harry Wheeler (1142,384,27). 

Arthur Wheeler (1142,384,28). 

Norris Wheeler (1x42,384,29) res. Tompkinsville, Pa.f 

Joseph Wheeler (ii42,384,29A) d. 

CJiildrcn of Joseph H. Wheeler {p. 182) and Maria Callender. 
Lucy Grant Wheeler (1142,384,30) res. Jermyn, Pa.f 
Eve Elizabeth Wheeler (1142,384,31) res. Jermyn, Pa.f 
Ralph Wheeler (1142,384,32) res. Jermyn, Pa.f 
Murton Wheeler (1142,384,33) res. Jermyn, Pa.f 
Verna Wheeler (1142,384,34) res. Jermyn, Pa.f 

Children of Anna E. Wheeler [p. 182) and Reuben W. Taylor. 
■ Claud E. Taylor (1142,384,40) b. Scott, Pa., Oct. i, 1862; m. Arch- 
bald, Pa., Feb. 9, 1888, Catherine Mary Mulhall [b. A., June 3, 
1859; dau. of Bernard Mulhall and Anna Gardner]; res. Forest 
City, Pa.; druggist and physician; Univ. of Mich., Bellevue Hos- 
pital Med. Coll., M.D.+ 

Herbert LeRoy Taylor (1142,384,41) b. Scott, Pa., Oct. 5, 1864; m. 
Scranton, Pa., July 20, 1892, Minnie Phillips [b. Scranton, Sep. 9, 
1866; dau. ofWm. Beynon Phillips and Annie Richards] ; res. Scran- 
ton (222 S. Hyde Park Av.); lawyer; form, farmer and teacher; 
asst. district attorney of Lackawanna Co.; in Pa. N. G. 3 yrs.$ 

George L. Taylor (1142,384,42) b. Dec. 24, 1867; m. Grace Lowery; 
res. Forest City, Pa.f + 

Harry E. Taylor (1142,384,43) m. Mary Scott; res. Forest City, Pa.f 

Children of James S. Wheeler {p. 182) and Susan N. Hills. 

Louis Nathaniel Wheeler (1142,384,50) b. Green Grove, Pa., Apr. 12, 
1870; res. G. G. ; farmer. 

Albert Henry Wheeler (1142,384,51) b. Green Grove, Pa., July 11, 
1873; res. G. G. ; farmer. 

Willie Phillips Wheeler (1142,384,52) b. Green Grove, Pa., Nov. 9, 
1877; res. G. G. ; farmer. 

MabelReed Wheeler (1142,384,53) b. Green Grove, Pa., Aug. 31,1886. 

Children of Hannah M. Burdick {p. i8j) and Edwin B. Gallup. 

Ella Adelaide Gallup (1142,386,20) b. Sprague, Jan. i, 1872; res. 
Voluntown; teacher. 

Caroline Lockwood Gallup (1142,386,21) b. Ekonk, May 1874; d. June 
3, 1884. 

Edwin Stuart Gallup (1142,386,22) b. Ekonk, Jan. i, 1877 ; res. Oneco; 
in meat market. 

Clark Benjamin Gallup (1142,386,23) b. Ekonk, Aug. 1878, 

Esther Grant Gallup (1142,386,24) b. Ekonk, Sep. 1885. 

Everett Byron Gallup (1142,386,25) b. Ekonk, Aug. 1888. 

Children of Mary S. Wheeler {p. i8j) and Alexander C. Kenyon. 

Walter Davis Kenyon (1142,387,20) b. Mch. 8, 1870; m. (i) July 20, 
1892, Alice M. Rathbun, who d. Aug. 17, 1892; m. (2) Mch. 8, 1894, 
Evangeline Canfield, of Scio, N. Y., dau. of Geo. T. Canfield and 
Mary ; res. Alfred, N. Y.f + 



334: THE GRANT FAMILY. 

Gardiner Burdick Kenyon (1142,387,21) b. Hopkinton, R. I., Nov. 15, 
1871; res. H. ; principal of H. High School since 1896; A.B. Alfred 
Univ. 1896; member of Co. E. ist Regt. R. I. Militia since 1897. 

Charles Noyes Kenyon (1142,387,22) b. Hopkinton, R. I., July 17, 
1873; m. H., Feb. 28, 1897, Minnie Grace Crandall [b. Rockville, 
R. I., May 27, 1875; dau. of Geo. Nicholas Crandall and Miranda 
F. Irish]; res. H. ; farmer; asst. clerk of Second Seventh Day Bapt. 
Ch. 

CJiildren of Eugene D. Wheeler {p. i8j) and Lois E. Larkin. 

Charles Noyes Wheeler (1142,387,30) b. Hope Valley, R. I., Mch. 13, 
1878. 

Everett Eugene Wheeler (1142,387,31) b. Woodville, R. I., July 17, 
1882. 

Children of Lucy G. Wheeler [p. i8j) and Heman J. Holdredge. 

Susan Esther Holdredge (1142,387,60) b. Hopkinton, R. I., Apr. 30, 
, 1887. 

Heman James Holdredge (1142,387,61) b. Stonington, Apr. 21, 1891. 

Jessie Wilber Holdredge (1142,387,62) b. Richmond, R. I., Aug. 27, 
1896. 

Child of Martha J. Wheeler {p. 183) and Walter C. Morgan. 

Walter Clifford Morgan (1142,387,70) b. July 27, 1896. 
Children of Sarah A. Frink {p. i8f) and Oscar E. Morrison. 

Mary Emilie Morrison (i 142, 393, 20) b. Taylorville, 111., Apr. 21, 1868; 
res. T. 

Loretta Frink Morrison (1142,393,21) b. Taylorville, III, Nov. 27, 
1870; m. T., June 17, 1891, Nathaniel Gandy [b. Plymouth, Ind,, 
Aug. 13, 1861; s. of Francis Marion Gandy and Christina Ripley]; 
res. T. ; mine operator. + 

Child of Eannie Grant {p. 184) and Winans Winans. 
Edna Winans (1142,394,50) m. 

Children of Helen M. Grant {p. i8f) and James B. Bailey. 
Louise Edna Bailey (1142,395,40) b. Deans Corners, N. Y., Dec. 9, 
18 — ; m. Schuylersville, N. Y., Aug. 1891, James Kelley; res. Glens 
Falls, N. Y. ; she is a teacher, f 

Margaret Eva Bailey (1142,395,41) b. Deans Corners, N. Y., July 26, 
18—; res. D. C. 

CJiildren of Caroline A. Grant {p. 183) and Charles H. McOmber. 
Harriet McOmber (1142,395,60) b. Ketchums Corners, N, Y., July 9, 
1882. 

Helen Amanda McOmber (1142,395,61) b. Ketchums Corners, N. Y., 
Apr. 26, 1887. 

Harry Grant McOmber (1142,395,62) b. Ketchums Corners, N. Y., 
Oct. 25, 1890. 

Child of Nathan G. Con key {p. i8s). 
Lydia Mary Conkey (1142,397,00) res. Saratoga Springs, N. Y.f 



NINTH GENERATION. 335 

CLAN Iv. 

CJiildren of Louisa Eccleston [p. iSj) and Cautions S. Hammond. 

Mary L. Hammond (1143,301,00) b. Freetown, N. Y., Jan. 14, 1829; 
d. Jan. 27, 1883; m. Potter Adams; farmer.+ 

Delos C. Hammond (1143,301,01) b. Texas Valley, N. Y., Mch. 8, 
1830; d. T. v., Sep. 14 (20), 1885 (1884, 1886); m. T. V., July 18 
(22), 1852, Betsy Cleveland [b. Hunts Corners, N. Y., Aug. 2, 1830; 
dau. of Henry Marshal Cleveland and Sarah Fox]; res. T. V. ; 
blacksmith. + 

Aramintha Lidorna Hammond (1143,301,02) b. Freetown Corners, N. 
Y., Nov, 8, 1831; m. F. C, June 9, 1855, Ralph Dayton Harvey (b. 
Solon, N. Y., July 3, 1835; d. Texas Valley, N. Y., Oct. 31, 1864; 
s. of Chillis Harvey and Phebe Livingstone]: res. T. V.; farmer; 
served in 157th N. Y. Vol. Regt. in Civil War. + 

Sarah Jane Hammond (1143,301,03) b, Texas Valley, N. Y., Feb. 8, 
1833; d. July 28, 1897; m. Marathon, N. Y., Dec. 16, 1855, Chas. 
Sprague [b. Virgil, N. Y., Mch. 29, 1827; s. of John Sprague and 
Deborah Dickinson]; res. Blodgetts Mills, N. Y. ; farmer (retired). + 

Chauncy Hammond (1143,301,04) b. Marathon, N. Y., June 20, 
1835; m. Dec. 15, 1863, Nancy Marsh; res. Pharsalia, N. Y. ; 
farmer. f 

Orlando Hammond (1143,301,05) d. Texas Valley, N. Y., ae 2 yrs. 

Ralph Hammond (1143,301,06) d. Texas Valley, N. Y., ae 9 mos. 

Hammond (1143,301,07) d. Texas Valley, N. Y. , ae 3 weeks. 

CJiildj'en of Cyrus F. Matteson [p. iSj) and Sa/ij Baker. 

Justus Grant Matteson (1143,302,10) b. Solon, N. Y., Dec. 21, 1839; 
m. Marathon, N. Y., July 4, 1868, Mary Louise Hatch [b. S., Apr. 
9, 1840; dau. of David G. Hatch and Polly D. Backus]; res. Syra- 
cuse, N. Y. (1328 Grape St.); carpenter and joiner; private in Co. 
L. loth N. Y. Vol. Cav. 1862-5.+ 

Clarissa Adelia Matteson (1143,302,11) b. Solon, N. Y., Feb. 26, 
1844 or 1845; m. (i) 1866, Albert Sommers, who d. McGraw, N. Y. ; 

m. (2) Taylor, of Blodgetts Mills, N. Y. ; res. Polkville, N. 

Y. (B. M. P. 0.).f + 

CJiild of Cyrus F. Matteson [p. r8^) and Almira [Davis) Ale Keel. 

Thena Matteson (1143,302,12) m. Earl E. Whitmore; res. E. Mc- 
Donough, N. Y. ; form. Oxford, N. Y. ; farmer.f 

Children offulia A. Mattesofi {p. i8j) and Eliab Underwood. 

Rozila Underwood (1143,302,20) b. Solon, N. Y., Oct. 21, 1839; m. 
Homer, N. Y., Nov. 4, i860, Edward Everett Thayer [b. Conway, 
Mass., July 28, 1838; s. of Horace Stebins Thayer and Sally Ams- 
dale Webster]; res. Blodgetts Mills, N. Y. ; farmer. + 

Jerusha Underwood (1143,302,21) b. Solon, N. Y., Jan. 17, 1842; m, 
Freetown, N. Y., May 22, 1864, David Carr [b. Orange Co., N. Y., 
Mch. I, 1837; s. of David Carr and Azubah Corwin] ; res. E. Homer, 
N. Y. ; farmer. + 

EUab Underwood (1143,302,22) b. Solon, N. Y., Nov. 16, 1843; m. 
Pitcher, N. Y., Feb. 22, 1866, Sarah Doran [b. Cuyler, N. Y., Apr. 



336 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

23, 1844; dau. of Alex. Doran and Almira Dorward] ; res. E. Free- 
town, N. Y. ; manufacturer of lumber and cider. + 

Elias Underwood (1143,302,23) b. Solon, N. Y. (in a log house), Nov. 
3, 1845; ™- Nancy R. Butman (1143,305,00); res. Hinsdale, N. Y. ; 
form. S. ; farmer; since 1894 has kept a general store; form, oper- 
ated saw-mill; trustee of Bapt. ch.$ 

Reuben Underwood (1143,302,24) b. Solon, N. Y. , Sep. 17, 1847; m. 
Dec. 24, 1868, Mary Stafford [b. Auburn, N. Y., Mch. 20, 1842; dau. 
of Josiah Stafford and Eliza Ann Male]; res. S. ; farmer; trustee of 
M. E. ch.+ 

Nancy Jane Underwood (1143,302,25) b. Solon, N. Y, ; m. Julius Ed- 
wards; res. Hinsdale, N. Y.f + 

Lucy Anna Underwood (1143,302,26) b. S. Solon, N. Y., Feb. 3, 1852 ; 
m. Marathon, N. Y., Nov. 5, 1871, Henry W. Hewitt [b. Monroe Co., 
N. Y., Feb. 16, 1845; s. of Henry C. Hewitt and Sarah Hollenbeck] ; 
res. McGraw; night watchman; served in Civil War; S. S. teacher. + 

Ida Julia Underwood (1143,302,27) b. Solon, N. Y., May 17, 1854; 
m. Marathon, N. Y., Dec. 25, 1873; Henry Stafford [b. Virgil, N. 
Y., Oct. I, 1849; s. of Josiah Stafford and Eliza Ann Male]; res. S. 
(McGraw P. O.); farmer. + 

Maryette Underwood (1143,302,28) b. Freetown (Solon), N. Y., Dec. 
10, 1856; m. F., Oct. I, 1876, Daniel C. Harrington [b. Cincinnatus, 
N. Y., Apr. 7, 1845; s. of Alden Harrington and Eliza Cameron]; 
res. S. Cortland, N. Y.; carpenter and farmer; master of grange; 
S. S. supt. in E. Scott, N. Y., Little York, N. Y., and S. C.t+ 

Zetteen Underwood (1143,302,29) b. Solon, N. Y., July 12, 1859; m. 
Oct. 15, 1879, Joel Fairbanks Crysler [b. Marcellus, N. Y., Mch. 27, 
1857; s. of Amos Crysler and Mary Ann Fairbanks]; res. Freetown 
Corners, N. Y. ; farmer; form, meat merchant; class leader, trustee, 
and steward of M. E. ch.+ 

Childreti of Permelia Matteson {p. 186) and Henry Owen. 

Darius Owen (1143,302,40) b. Solon, N. Y., May 16, 1838; m. Mch. 
22, 1868, Merry Cartwright, of Truxton, N. Y. [b. in England, Jan. 
25, 1844; dau. of Edward Cartwright and E. Payene] ; res. McGraw, 
N. Y. ; farmer; N. Y. Central Coll. ; served in 157th N. Y. Vol. Regt. 
1862-4. + 

Lavinia Catherine Owen (1143,302,41) b. Freetown, N. Y. ; d. Mc- 
Graw, N. Y., Jan. 1877, se 37; m. (as 2d w.) Dorman Lorendine 
Brownell, who d. M., Jan. 1877, se 61; res. M. ; farmer. + 

Nelson Owen (1143,302,42) d, s. p. 1890; m. Mary Smith, who d. ; 
res. Cortland, N. Y. ; carpenter. 

Edgar Owen (1143,302,43) d. 1849. 

Alzina Marinda Owen (1143,302,44) b. Freetown, N. Y., Jan. 29, 
1846; m. (i) Oren Smith; divorced; m. (2) Apr. 15, 1869, Robt. 
Atchison [b. in Mass., Mch. 6, 1846; s. of Geo. Atchison and Martha 
Keys]; res. Freetown Corners, N. Y.+ 

John Owen (1143,302,45) d. se 2 days. 
Childroi of ChristopJier G. Matteson [p. 186) a7id Lucy A. . 

Frank Matteson (1143,302,50) b. Molina, 111., a. 1846; d. 



NINTH GENERATION. 337 

Permelia Matteson (1143,302,51) b. Moline, 111., a. 1855. 

George Matteson (1143,302,52) b. Moline, III, 1858. 

Children of Nancy M. Matteson {p. 186) and Edwin N. Terry. 

Ellen Vernette Terry (1143,302,60) b. Cortland, N. Y., Oct. 25, 185 1 
m. C, Mch. 7, 1868, Geo. McDoogle Atchison [b. in Mass., May 7, 
1848; s. of Geo. Atchison and Martha Keys]; res. Homer, N. Y. 
form. E. River, N. Y. ; farmer. $+ 

Edward Matteson Terry (1143,302,61) b. Homer, N. Y., Sep. 9, i860 
d. Nov. 23, i860. 

James Grant Terry (1143,302,62) b. Cortland, N. Y., Feb. 2, 1866 
d. unm. Morrisville, N. Y., Sep. 26, 1890. 

Children of Eunice Matteson [p. 186) and Lewis B. Thompson. 

Thompson (1143,302,80) (dau.), m. Danier; i dau, 

Thompson (2 other chil. d.). 

Children of Per Una J. Matteson {p. 186) and Benjamin P. Berggren. 

Fayette Stephen Berggren (1143,302,90) b. McGraw, N. Y., Dec. 18, 
i860; m. (i) Sarah Jane Butcher, of Sanquoit, N. Y. ; divorced; m. 
(2) Oct. 28, 1896, Lillian May Kirkham [b. N. Y. C, Mch. 17, 1867; 
dau. of Edson Horton Kirkham and Mary Jane Jeffers]; res. W. 
Hoboken, N. J.; form. S., M., and Syracuse, N. Y. ; printer and 
publisher of the North Hudson Leader ; clerk of village 1 890-1 ; S. S. 
supt.; pres. of Bapt. Y. P. S. C. E. of M.+ 

Frederick James Berggren (1143,302,91) b. Cortland, N. Y., July 20, 
1865; res. W. Hoboken; publisher of the North Hudson Leader.f 

Flora May Berggren (1143,302,92) b. Taylor, N. Y., May 28, 1875; 
res. Syracuse, N. Y. (211 Fitch St.) ; bookkeeper with C. W. Bardeen. 
Children of Julia A. Grant {p. 186) and Vander Underwood. 

Louisa Underwood (1143,303,10) m. Dewitt Turner; res. Freetown, 
N. Y. (McGraw P. 0.).f 

Betsey Underwood (1143,303,11) m. Harvey Frazier, of Homer, N. 
Y. ; res. McGraw, N. Y.f 

Electa Underwood (1143,303,12) m. Edward Diver; res. Solon, N. 
Y. (McGraw P. 0.).t 

Franklin Underwood (1143,303,13) d. ; m. Ann Burns.+ 

Riley Underwood (1143,303,14) d. unm. 

Helen Mary Underwood (1143,303,15) d. unm. 

Children of Daniel Grant {p. 186) and Mary A. Rose. 

Helen Augusta Grant (1143,303,20) b. Cortland Co., N. Y., Feb. 18, 
1853; m. C. Co., May 18, 1870, Orville Martin [b. C. Co., Aug. 30, 
1850; s. of Simmons Martin and Lucy Wildman]; res. Corvallis, 
Ore. ; form, in N. Y. and Kan. ; fruit grower and gardener. + 

Byron Lavett Grant (1143,303,21) b. Freetown Corners, N. Y., Dec. 
I, 1859; m. Cortland, N. Y., July 14, 1878, Mary Byron [b. N. Y. C, 
Dec. 30, 1857; dau. of Jas. Byron and Catherine Carmy]; res. F. C. ; 
farmer. + 

Joseph Rose Grant (1143,303,22) res. McGraw, N. Y.f 

Mary Francelia Grant (1143,303,23) res. McGraw, N. Y.f 



338 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

Flora Belle Grant (1143,303,24) res. McGraw, N. Y.f 
Alma Grant (1143,303,25) d. unm. 
Edward Delos Grant (1143,303,26) d. unm. 
Minnie Delphine Grant (1143,303,27) d. unm. 

Cliildren of Christopher Grant (/. 186) and Anna J. Totnian. 

Crandall D. Grant (1143,303,30) b. Freetown, N. Y., 1853; m. Ha- 
vana, N. Y., 1877, Jane Baker [b. H., 185 1; d. Watkins, N. Y. ; dau. 
of Edward Baker] ; res. W. ; form. Norwich, N. Y. ; cooper. + 

Emmet Randolph Grant (1143,303,31) b. Pharsalia, N. Y., Apr. 3, 
1855; m. Cortland, N. Y., Dec. 27, 1880, Cona I. Harrington [b. 
Cincinnatus, N. Y., Jan. 9, i860; dau. of Porter Harrington and 
Adeline Hoadley] ; res. McGraw, N. Y. ; farmer. + 

Emma Grant (1143,303,32) b. Cincinnatiis, N. Y., 1858; m. Rock 
Stream, N. Y., Sep. 18, 1878, Geo. H. Mathews, who wash. Dix, N. 
Y., Apr. 23, 1854; res. Watkins, N. Y. ; farmer.+ 

Mary Grant (1143,303,33) b. Pharsalia, N. Y., Sep. 3, 1859; m. (i) 
E. Pharsalia, N. Y. , Dec, 29, 1875, Dwight Hollingworth, of Mc- 
Donough, N. Y. ; m. (2) Sep. 15, 1886, Augustus Adolphus Kellogg 
[b. Burdett, N. Y. ; s. of Stephen Kellogg and Electa Ann Stro- 
bridge]; res. Reading Center, N. Y.+ 

Helen A. Grant (1143,303,34) b. Pharsalia, N. Y.,Nov. 23, 1859 (?); 
res. Reading Center, N. Y. ; teacher of music and painting; B. Mus. 
Claverack Coll. 1887. 

Floyd T. Grant (1143,303,35) res. McGraw, N. Y.f 

James Clarence Grant (1143,303,36) res. Odessa, N. Y.f 

Children of JoJin Grant [p. 186) and Sarah A. Warren. 

Willard Leroy Grant (1143,303,40) b. Coventry, N. Y., 1854; res. 
Jamestown, N. Y.f 

Hattie Grant (ii43,303,4oA) b. Coventry, N. Y., 1856; d. 

Dilla Grant (1143,303,41) b. Coventry, N. Y., 1858. 

Minnie Grant (1143,303,42) b. Coventry, N. Y., 1861; m. Chas. 
Monroe; res. Freetown Corners, N. Y.f 

Johnnie Grant (1143,303,43) b. Coventry, N. Y., 1863. 

Loren Warren Grant (1143,303,44) b. Freetown Corners, N. Y., 1865. 

Charlie Henry Grant (i 143,303,45) b. Freetown Corners, N. Y., 1867. 

Olive Grant (1143,303,46) b. Freetown Corners, N. Y., 1869; m. 
Withey; res. F. C.f 

Orpha Grant (1143,303,47) b. Freetown Corners, N. Y., 1872; m. 
O'Connor; res. McGraw, N. Y.f 



Oscar Grant (1143,303,48) b. Freetown Corners, N. Y., 1877. 
Isabel Grant (1143,303,49) b. Freetown Corners, N. Y., 1882. 

Child of Leonard Grant [p. 186) and Adelia B. Haynes. 

Charles Byron Grant (1143,303,50) b. Coventry, N. Y., Aug. 9, 1858; 
m. Norwich, N. Y., 1876, Mary Jane Lally [b. C, July 23, 1858; dau. 

of Wm. Lally and Mary Jane ]; res. N. Y. C. (622 W. i52d 

St.); writer and lecturer; Holy Cross Coll. 1874-5, Bellevue Med. 
Coll. 1 880-1, M.D. Wis. Eclectic Med. Coll. 1896. + 



NINTH GENERATION. 839 

Children of Mary J. Grant [p. i86) and Joseph Underivood. 

Amos Underwood (1143,303,60) b. Freetown Corners, N. Y., Aug. 
20, 1856; d. unm. Feb. 18, 1879; res. F. C. ; farmer. 

Charley Underwood (1143,303,61) b. May 20, 1858; m. Dec. 18, 1878, 
Clary Reed, of McGraw, N. Y., who was b. a. 1859; res. M. ; opera- 
tive in corset factory. t+ 

Adelbert J. Underwood (1143,303,62) b.June 12, 1869; m. Feb. 1890, 
Maggie Maginnice, of Cincinnatus, N. Y., who was b. Cortland Co., 
N. Y., a. 1867; res. McGraw, N. Y. ; operative in saw-mill. f 
CJiildren of JoJin J. Grant (/. i8j') and Abby Dye. 

Henry Jerome Grant (1143,304,00) res. Afton, N. Y.f 

Horace Packer Grant (1143,304,01) b. Oxford, N. Y., Oct. 30, 1852; 
m. Chicago, 111.. Dec. 6, 1882, Mary Jane Bull [b. C, Feb. 19, 1862; 
dau. of Henry Bull and Christiana Whitehead]; res. C. (1445 Edge- 
comb PL); liveryman. 

Emily Grant (1143,304,02) m. Levi Sanford ; res. McDonough, N. Y.f 
Children of Henry M. Grant {p. i8j) and Alniira Wells. 

FraAk Henry Grant (1143,304,40) b. Norwich, N. Y., Mch. 28, 1866; 
m. Utica, N. Y., Mch. 3, 1890, Mary Miner [b. Guilford, N. Y., May 
13, 1869; dau. of Orrin Miner and Esther Wescott] ; res. N.; hotel 
keeper. 

Florence Adella Grant (1143,304,41) b. Norwich, N. Y., Oct. 2, 1867; 
res. N. 

Child of Austin Grant {p. iSy) and E. . 

Ernestine Grant (1143,304,50) res. Afton, N. Y.f 

Children of Luther Grant {p. iSf) and Marion D. Ingersoll. 

Florence Eliza Grant (1143,304,60) b. E. Pharsalia, N. Y., Oct. 12, 
1869; m. E. P., Aug. 6, 1893, Wilson Dana Hall [b. S. Blendon, 
Mich. , May 28, 1868 ; s. of Jesse Philip Rexford Hall and Charlotte Ab- 
bot] ; res. Elcajon, Cal. ; carpenter, builder, and lumber merchant. + 

Erwin Luther Grant (1143,304,61) b. Pharsalia, N. Y., Mch. 16, 1872; 
m. McDonough, N. Y., Aug. 9, 1893, Alta Winifred Barrows [b. M., 
Oct. 23, 1877; dau. of Alvin Winchester Barrows and Eva DeEtte 
Squires]; res. E. Pharsalia, N. Y. ; stationary engineer and mechanic; 
ch. trustee. + 

Children of Otis B. Grant [p. i8y) and Julia A. Mathezvson. 

Bertha Estella Grant (1143,304,70) b. E. Pharsalia, N. Y., July 4, 
1865; m. Chicago, 111., "June 7, 1882, Joseph Yager, of C. [b. Bridge- 
port, Nov. 28, 1853; s. of Joseph Yager and Anna Brownis]; res. 
Bellair, 111. ; farmer; town collector. 

Mary Icybindia Grant (1143,304,71) b. Norwich, N. Y,, Jan. 15, 
1872; d. Pharsalia, N. Y., May 14, 1875. 

Children of Orsina Grant [p. i8j) and John T. Butnian. 

Nancy R. Butman (1143,305,00) b. E. Freetown, N. Y., Sep. 5, 185 1; 
m. Elias Underwood (1143,302,23); res. Hinsdale, N. Y. + 

Fletcher "William Butman (1143,305,01) b. E. Freetown, N. Y., 1854; 
res. in. N. D, ; form. Cato, N. Y. , and Atkins, Iowa; M, E. minister. 



340 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

Clarence Butman (1143,305,02) b. E. Freetown, N. Y,, 1856; d. a. 
1874. 

Children of Pliilander D. Grant {p. iSj) and Joanna Hickey. 

Ellen Frances Grant (1143,305,10) b. E. Freetown, N. Y., Oct. 8, 
185 1 ; m. Elmira, N. Y. , Oct. 29, 1874, Manly Wadsworth Kinney 
[b. Cortland, N. Y-, May 26, 1851 ; s. of Sylvester Kinney and Electa 
M. Wadsworth]; res. C. ; farmer.$+ 

Alice Ida Grant (1143,305,11) b. Apr. 4, 1853; d. 1853. 

Emmett Clarence Grant (1143,305,12) b. E. Freetown, N. Y., Sep. 
II, 1856; m. Cortland, N. Y., Mch. 9, 1889, Anna C. Howard, dau. 
of Wm. Howard and Lettie Hunter; res. C. ; painter and paper 
hanger. + 

CJiildren of Eliza A. Grant [p. iSj) and William G. Caldwell. 

Ruby Sarah Caldwell (1143,305,20) b. Rush River, Wis., Oct. 9, 
1854; m. Nov. 1878, Frederick Tang; res. Taylors Fall, Minn.f + 

Edward Miner Caldwell (1143,305, 21) b. Hudson, Wis., Jan. 15, 1859; 
res. H. ; farmer, f 

William Vander Caldwell (1143,305,22) b. Hudson, Wis., May 3, 
1 861; m. H., Dec. 25, 1884, Susanna Rowland [b. Surlingham, Nor- 
folk Co., Eng., Oct. 10, 1861; dau. of Robt. Rowland and Susan 
Ecclestone] ; res. Eveleth, Minn. ; merchant. 

Charles Adlai Caldwell (1143,305,23) b. Hudson, Wis., July 17, 1864; 
m. Erin Prairie, Wis., June i, 1891, Mary J. Grady [b. E. P., Aug. 
9, 1870; dau. of Patrick Grady and Bridget Murray]; res. New Rich- 
mond, Wis.; farmer. + 

John Fletcher Caldwell (1143,305,24) b. Hudson, Wis., Dec. 9, 1866; 
res. Athens, Pa. ; furniture carver, f 

Olive Blanche Caldwell (1143,305,25) b. Hudson, Wis., Aug. 18, 187 1; 
res. H.; teacher in public schools since 1892; Univ. of Wis.f 

Children of Diana Grant [p. 188) and John D. Ripley. 

Ettie Alice Ripley (1143,305,30) b. Freetown, N. Y., Jan. 26, 1859; 
m. Apr. I, 1884, Wm. Prest; res. Bloomington, 111. (801 E. Chest- 
nut St.).t 

Miner Grant Ripley (1143,305,31) b. Freetown, N. Y., July 18, 1866; 
d. Navarino, N. Y., Sep. 23, 1870. 

Children of LeRoy Grant {p. 188) and Polly A. Loope. 

Idella Grant (1143,305,40) b. Freetown, N; Y., Oct. 27, 1859; d. 
Nov. 23, 1861. 

Charlotte Adelphia Grant (1143,305,41) b. E. Freetown, N. Y., June 
I, 1862; m. Williamstown, N. Y., Aug. 19, 1882, John Robt. Kerr 
[b. Vienna, N. Y., Dec. 29, 1847; s. of Robt. Kerr, M.D., and Har- 
riet Gibbons]; res. Buffalo, N. Y. (37 E. Market St.); teamster.$+ 

Herbert Grant (1143,305,42) b. Solon, N. Y., Apr. i, 1S64; m. Mc- 
Connellsville, N. Y., Apr. 8, 1884, Alice Helen Hebron [b. Windsor, 
N. Y. ; dau. of Harvey Hebron and Helen Crandall] ; res. W. Vienna, 
N. Y. ; farmer; ch. steward, S. S. supt.+ 

Lorin L. Grant (1143,305,43) b. Varna, N. Y., Sep. 27, 1870; m. 



NINTH GENERATION. 341 

Cortland, N. Y., Sep. 25, 1892, Mrs. Ida E. (Long) Wilcox [d. C, 
Apr. 19, 1896; dau. of John Long]; res. Cortland, N. Y. ; farmer.f + 

Carey Zenas Grant (1143,305,44) b. Richland, N. Y., Nov. 2, 1872; 
m. Lassellsville, N. Y., June 11, 1896, Martha Lydia Fical [b. L., 
Nov. 19, 1872; dau. of John Fical and LucySnell]; res. Cortland, N. 
Y. (Box 908) ; teacher; member of 45th Sep. Co. N. G. N. Y. 1892-3. 

Aiden Albert Grant (1143,305,45) b. Orwell, N. Y., Dec. 29, 1874; 
m. E. Homer, N. Y., Oct, 30, 1893, Velma Alexander, of Baldwin, 
N. Y. [b. Lockwood, N. Y., Mch. 31, 1877; dau. of Geo. C. Alex- 
ander and Mary Jane Bartholamew] ; res. Cortland, N. Y. ; ma- 
chinist. $+ 

Children of JerusJia Grant (/. 188) and James A. Dor an. 

Hermon Nelson Doran (1143,305,70) b. Solon, N. Y. , July 21, 1867; 
m. DeRuyter, N. Y., Aug. 19, 1888, Alzina M. Stanton (i 143,307,60) ; 
res. S. ; farmer; inspector of elections. + 

Egbert Clifford Doran (1143,305,71) b. Solon, N. Y., Mch. 21, 1871; 
res. S. ; head sawyer and farmer. 

Leroy Grant Doran (1143,305,72) b. Solon, N. Y., Oct. 8, 1874; m. 
McGraw, N. Y., Dec. 3, 1893, Susie A. Torrey [b. Cincinnatus, N. 
Y., Apr. 29, 1877; dau. of Tracy Jas. Torrey and Ellen Piatt]; res. 
S. ; farmer; tax collector. + 

Charles Leslie Doran (1143,305,73) b. Solon, N. Y., Dec. 30, 1876; 
m. McGraw, N. Y., May 23, 1898, Pearl Monroe [b. S., Sep. 4, 1883; 
dau. of John Monroe and Delia Maybury]; res. S. ; farmer and 
apiarist; ch. steward. 

Iva Orsina Doran (1143,305,74) b. Solon, N. Y., Jan. 14, 1881. 

Children of Lyuian C. Grant (/. 188) and Malinda M. Ediuards. 

Sarah Ardell Grant (1143,306,00) b. Freetown, N. Y., June 19, 1855; 
m. (i) Dec. 19, 1875, Chas. Noris Cooper, who d. Mch. 31, 1876; m. 
(2) Lisle, N. Y., Nov. 23, 1880, Simon West Carter [b. Marathon, 
N. Y., May 28, 185 1; s. of Chas. Carter and Abigail Ostrander]; res. 
Marathon, N. Y. ; farmer. + 

Joanna A. Grant (1143,306,01) b. Freetown Corners, N. Y., Jan. 28, 
i860; m. F. C, Dec. 24, 1878, Wm. L. May [b. London, Eng., Dec. 
15, 1859; s. of Wm. May and Olive Green] ; res. F. C. ; farmer; she 
is a dress-maker; pres. of Epworth League, S. S. supt.+ 

Clara Arabelle Grant (1143,306,02) b. June 10, 1864; m. Feb. 21 (22), 
1882, Edwin H. Alexander; res. Texas Valley, N. Y.f+ 

Children of Lncy Grant {p. 188) and Otis Stevens. 

Jennie Stevens (1143,306,10). 

Adelbert Stevens (1143,306,11) res. McGraw, N. Y.* 

Children of Lucy Grant {p. 188) and Robert Thorington. 
Anna May Thorington (1143,306,12) res. with mother. 
Eddie Thorington (1143,306,13) res. with mother. 
Children of Miner M. Grant {p. 188) and Diantha Underzvood. 
Lenora Grant (1143,306,20) b. 1864; d. Marathon, N. Y., 1865, ae 7 
mos. 15 days. 



342 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

"William Chester Grant (1143,306,21) b. Cincinnatus, N. Y., Oct. 12, 
1867; m. McGraw, N. Y., Minnie D. Smith (1143,302,441); res. E. 
Freetown, N. Y. ; gold miner in Alaska; form, farmer. + 

Adrian J. Grant (1143,306,22) b. Freetown, N. Y., Dec. 26, 1873; d. 
Solon, N. Y., Sep. 29, 1890; member of Pres. ch. 

CJiildren of Amy A. Ripley [p. 188) and John A. Kerr. 

Hattie Jane Kerr (1143,307,10) b. Minneapolis, Minn., Aug. 8, 1857; 
m. Holmes; res. DeRuyter, N. Y.f 

Minnie Maria Kerr (1143,307,11) b. Minneapolis, Minn., May 24, 
1859; m. Cortland, N. Y., Apr. 15, 1891, Jerome Wm. DeLano [b. 
Groton, N. Y., Mch. 31, 1864; s. of Franklin Willoughby DeLano 
and Jane Elizabeth Hall]; res. Delhi, N. Y. ; carriage trimmer. 

Elmer Elsworth Kerr (1143,307,12) b. Minneapolis, Minn., May 24, 
1861; m. M., Eva Maud Lockwood [b. Onarga, 111. ; dau. of Addison 
Lockwoodand Ellen Scott]; res. M. (214W. Lake St.) ; police officer. + 
Children of John N. Ripley [p. i8p) and Margaret McNeal. 

John A. Ripley (1143,307,20) res. Graham, Mo. ; 2 chil.f 

Edmund I. Ripley (1143,307,21) m. Dec. 1896; res. Graham, Mo.f 

Francis Marion Ripley (1143,307,22) res. Graham, Mo.f 

CJiildren of Heman O. Ripley [p. i8p) and Mary E. Brooks. 

George Vernon Ripley (1143,307,30) b. Taylor, N. Y., July 12, 1866; 
m. July 30, 1890, Elizabeth Virginia Snell ; res. Page, Kan. ; farmer; 
she taught bef. m.f + 

Ella Ripley (1143,307,31) b. Union Valley, N. Y., Sep. 2, 1868; res. 
Page, Kan. 

William Henry Ripley (1143,307,32) b. Barnard, Mo., Apr. 23, 1877; 
res. Page, Kan. ; farmer. 

Children of Lorenzo D. Ripley [p. i8g) and Mary Osborn. 

Orissa Elida Ripley (1143,307,40) b. Spencer, N. Y., Oct. 17, 1872; 
m. Eldorado, Kan., Dec. 25, 1889, Henry Everett Herbert [b. Glen- 
wood, Iowa, Nov. 8, 1 861; s. of John Cory Herbert and Frances 
Caroline Wheelen]; res. E. ; farmer; S. S. supt.+ 

Melissa Amelia Ripley (1143,307,41) b. nr. Eldorado, Kan., Oct. 10, 
1875; res. E. ; teacher. 

Martin Delmer Ripley (1143,307,42) b. May 6, 1878; d. Oct. 11, 1880. 

Eva Orilla Ripley (1143,307,43) b. Jan. 30, 1880; d. Aug. 20, 1880. 

Dellie Mabel Ripley (1143,307,44) b. Dec. 15, 1883. 

Edith Mary Ripley (1143,307,45) b. Aug. i, 1886. 

Cliildrcn of Francis M. Ripley (/. i8g) and Harriet A. Silvernail. 

Alice Adelia Ripley (1143,307,50) b. Taylor, N.Y., Dec. 17, 1869; m. 
T., Dec. 24, 1896, John Demster Ripley, who was b. Oregon Hill, 
N. Y., Sep. 23, 1874; res. Lincklaen Center, N. Y. 

Emmet Benjamin Ripley (1143,307,51) b. Taylor, N. Y.,Oct. 20, 1874; 
res. Tvincklaen Center, N. Y. ; farmer. 

Mabel Louisa Ripley (1143,307,52) b. Taylor, N. Y., Nov. 19, 1876; 
res. Lincklaen Center, N. Y.f 

Grace Marian Ripley (ii43»3o7,53) b. Taylor, N. Y., June 2, 1878. 



NINTH GENERATION. 343 

Children of Phil en da N. Ripley [p. i8g) and Porter H. Stanton. 
Alzina M. Stanton (1143,307,60) b. Taylor, N, Y. , Dec. u, 1866; m. 
Hermon N. Doran (1143,305,70); res. Solon, N. Y. 
Orello A. Stanton (1143,307,61) b. Nov. 20, 1869; d. Apr. 20, 1889. 
Flora May Stanton (1143,307,62) b. Mch. 14, 1877; d. Oct. 3, 1877. 

Children of Lester J. Grant [p. igo) and Rachel A. . 

Anna A. Grant (1143,330,00) m. Brown; res. Hawksville, N, 

Adams, Mass. f 

Grace M. Grant (1143,330,01) m. Braman; res. S. Pownal, Vt.f 

Lovina Grant (1143,330,02) m. Beals; res. Williamstown, 

Mass.f 

Minerva Grant (1143,330,03) res. Center Berlin, N. Y.f 

Children of Lncinda A. Grant [p. igo) and James H. Cross. 

Albert Euret Cross (1143,330,10) d. Mch. 14, 1894; m. Tittie ; 

res. Stephentown, N. Y. + 

Catharine Jane Cross (1143,330,11) b. Berlin Center, N. Y., Apr. 10, 
1862; m. Stephentown, N. Y., Engene Hassan [b. S., Nov. 5, 1849; 
d. S., Oct. 24, 1896; s. of Henry Hassan and Gracie Boughton] ; res. 
S. ; operative. 

Caroline Almira Cross (1143,330,12) b. Berlin Center, N. Y., June 
15, 18 — ; m. (i) John Hughson; m. (2) Stephentown, N. Y., Jas. 
Reynolds [b. S. ; s. of Hiram Reynolds and Clarissa Green] ; res. S. + 

CJiildren of Sarah A. Grant (/. igd) and Simeon Canedy. 

Lydia Idell Canedy (1143,330,30) b. Berlin Center, N. Y., Sep. 25, 
1876; d. June 12, 1885. 

Flora Ann Canedy (1143,330,31) b. Stamford, Vt., Nov. 4, 1878; d. 
Aug. 21, 1885. 

David Canedy (1143,330,32) b. N. Adams, Mass., Nov. i, 1881; d. 
se 5 weeks. 

Mary Lucy Canedy (1143,330,33) b. N. Adams, Mass., Dec. 15, 1883. 

Simeon Russel Canedy (1143,330,34) b. Clarksburg, Mass., Oct. 5,1885. 

Eddie Canedy (1143,330,35) b. Williamstown, Mass., July 16, 1888. 

Children of Ira A. Grant {p. igd) and Amy R. Stelson. 

Franklin Grant (1143,330,40) b. a. 1878. 
Jenny Grant (1143,330,41) b. a. 1882. 
Tina Grant (1143,330,42) b. a. 1892. 

Children of Rose I ma M. Grant {p. ipo) and Theodore W. Van Kleeck. 

Arthur Van Kleeck (1143,330,70) b. Nov. 29, 1876. 

May Van Kleeck (1143,330,71) b. July 15, 1878. 

Lillian Augusta Van Kleeck (1143,330,72) b. Nov. 22, 1879. 

Henry Grant Van Kleeck (1143,330,73) b. Sep. 2, 1881. 

Bessie Louise Van Kleeck (1143,330,74) b. Feb. 1887; d. Apr. 1887. 

Child of Alexander A. Grant {p. igo) and Melissa Gay lord. 
Daniel D. Grant (1143,333,00) m. Anna Alberson ; res. Cheshire, 
Mass.f + 



344 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

Child of Lydia L. Grant {p. igo) and Franklin Taylor. 

Duane A. Taylor (1143,333,10) b. Apr. 17, 1859; d. Oct. 28, 1867. 
Children of David L. Grant [p. igi) and Eliza Carlton. 

Frederick Russell Grant (1143,333,20) b. Mch. 20, 1861 (i860); m. 
July 20, 1892, Hartie Waterman. + 

Nettie Louise Grant (1143,333,21) b. Dec. 8, 1865 (1863); m. Dec. 8, 
1886, Wm. Belcher (or Belther).+ 

Leila Grant (1143,333,22) b. July 4, 1872; m. Nov. 12, 1889, Chas. 
Smith. + 

Alford Grant (1143,333,23) b. Aug. 9, 1880. 

Child of Tillie Grant {p. igi) and Ervin Evans. 

Duane Evans (1143,333,50) b. Nov. 20, 1875; d. Oct. 21 (28), 1877 
(1881). 

Children of Tillie Grant {p. igi) and Edwin H. Alvord. 

Grace Mildred Alvord (1143,333,51) b. June 26, 1884. 

Vaneta Alvord (1143,333,52) b. May 13, 1894. 

Children of Grant H. Burrows {p. igi) and Clorinda M. fones. 

Elizal)etli Burrows (1143,343,00) b. Cincinnati, O., Feb. 7, 1863; m. 
Walton; res. Brockville, Ontario. f 

Edwin Jones Burrows (1143,343,01) b. Cincinnati, O., Jan. 24, 1865; 
res. Buffalo, N. Y.f 

Frederick Widmer Burrows (1143,343,02) b. Wyoming, O., Aug. 10, 
1867; res. Hillsboro Bridge, N. H. ; pastor of Cong. ch.+ 

Mary Grant Burrows (1143,343,03) b. Cincinnati, O., Jan, 22, 1869; 
m. Ramsay; res. Juarez, Mexico. 

Joseph Arthur Burrows (1143,343,04) b. Charlotte, Vt., Aug. 3, 1872; 
res. Akron, O.f 

George Howard Burrows (1143,343,05) b. Cincinnati, O., Dec. 16, 
1875; res. Burlington, Vt.f 

Henry C. Burrows (1143,343,06) b. Cincinnati, O., Nov. 18, 1881. 
Children of Albert H. Grant {p. igi) and Genevieve Douglass. 

Gertrude May Grant (1143,344,00) b. Feb. 22, 1879. 

Blanche Douglass Grant (1143,344,01) b. Mch, 13, 1885. 

Albert Earl Grant (1143,344,02) b. Nov. 7, 1896. 
Children of Mary E. Grant {p. igi) and Franklin B. facknian. 

Alfred Henry Jackman (1143,344,10) b. Lyons, Iowa, Nov. 17, 1862; 
d. Sandy Hill, N. Y., Aug. i, 1867. 

Delia Lulu Belle Jackman (1143,344, 11) b. Bolivar, N, Y., Jan. 27, 
1866; m. Columbus, Kan., Jan. 30, 1884, Eugene Rogers Franks [b. 
Liberty, 111., Feb. 3, i860; s. of Wm, Webster Franks and Mary 
Elizabeth Frontz]; res, Kansas City, Mo,; form. Weir City, Kan,; 
wholesale lumber dealer; dry goods clerk 1881-5; at W. C. was 
councilman, mayor, clerk 1889-94. + 

Lena May Jackman (1143,344,12) b. Charlotte, Mich., May 17, 1874; 
m. Weir City, Kan., Apr. 25, 1893, Geo. Henry Merriam [b. Chero- 
kee, Kan., Jan. 23, 1870; s. of Chas. Henry Merriam and Lucinda 
Lisenbee]; res. Cherokee; harness-maker; Baker Univ. 1880-2, 



NINTH GENERATION. 345 

Children of Ellen M. Grant {p. igi) and John M. Ashby. 
Roy Ashby (1143,344,30) b. a. 1881. 
Lulu Ashby (1143,344,31) b. a. 1885. 
Ethel Ashby (1143,344,32) b. a 1888. 
Delia Ashby (1143,344,33) b. a. 1891. 
Evelyn Ashby (1143,344,34) b. a. 1893. 
Adeline Ashby (1143,344,35) b. a. 1895. 

CJiild of Charles H. Grant {p. ig2) and Minnie Wright. 
Nellie Grant (1143,347,00) d. Sep. 17, 1887. 

Child of Clara I. Grant {p. ip2) and William H. Salisbury. 
Grant Elmer Salisbury (1143,347,10) b, Jackson, Mich., May 30, 1893. 

Children of William H. Bennett {p. jp2) and Aliee J. Sayre. 
George Henry Bennett (1143,351,20) b. Brooklyn, N. Y., Nov. 12, 
1875 ; res. B. (839 President St.) ; clerk with Oriental Bank and Ter- 
minal Warehouse Co. ; member of Co. A. 23d Regt. N. G. N. Y. 
since 1893. 

Arthur Victor Bennett (1143,351,21) b. Brooklyn, N. Y., May 24, 1878. 
Allen Thurston Bennett (1143,351,22) b. Brooklyn, N. Y., Oct. 25, 
1886. 

Children of Fannie Bennett {p, Tp2) and Robert W. Fielding. 
Lizzie Bennett Fielding (1143,351,30) b. Brooklyn, N. Y., Sept. 16, 
1868; m. B., Nov. 17, 1887, Alfred Thorton Smith [b. Windsor, N. 
S., June 7, 1868; s. of Geo. Wm. Smith and Eliza Ann Chandler]; 
res. Piermont, N. Y. 

Sarah Louise Fielding (1143,351,31) b. Brooklyn, N. Y., Oct. 25, 
1872; m. B., Apr. 25, 1893, Wm. Henry Buck; res. B. (182 Eighth 
Av.).+ 

George Bennett Fielding (1143,351,32) b. Brooklyn, N. Y. , Sep. 20, 
1874; res. B. (182 Eighth Av.); L. I. Coll. 
Alice Maria Fielding (1143,351,33) b. Brooklyn, N. Y., Mch. 4, 1877. 
Children of Enos G. Lafler {p. ig2) and Matilda Quackenbush. 
Charles Henry Lafler (1143,400,00) b. Cleveland, O., May 31, 1848; 
m. C, Dec. 24, 1869, Emma Mill [b. Leicester, Eng., May 8, 1848; 
dau. of Nathaniel Mill and Ann Sleep]; res. Niles, Mich. ; carpenter. + 
Almyra Jane Lafler (1143,400,01) b. Cleveland, O., Jan. 23, 1852; 
m. C, Feb. 15, 1871, J. P. Neal.+ 

Children of Emily Lafler {p. ig2) and John Mnnds. 
William Wallace Munds (1143,400, 10) not heard from since Civil War. 
Mary Jane Munds (1143,400,11) m. Wm. Doty; res. White Cloud, 
lowa.f 

Lena Sibyl Munds (1143,400,12) m. Wilmer Wheeler, of Kansas City, 
Mo. ; res. K. C. ; merchant.* 

Child of David Lafler {p. ip2) and Sarah Pater son. 
Bernard Lafler (1143,400,20) res. nr. Nebraska City, Neb.f 
Children of Rhocean S. G. Lafler {p. ip2) and George E. Williams. 
David Young Williams (1143,400,30) b. nr. Cleveland, O., Oct. 8, 



346 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

1858; m. S. Haven, Mich., Feb. 27, 1895, Maud Shull [b. nr. St. 
Joseph, Mich., Aug. 23, 1872; dau. of Wm. Shull and Delilah Sny- 
der]; res. S, H. (Box 472); owner and engineer of steamer Rhocean ; 
form, machinist; she is a portrait artist. 

Edwin Dillon Williams (1143,400,31) b. Cleveland, O., Jan. 24, i860; 
m. Saugatuck, Mich., Oct. 26, 1886, Cora Belle Skinner [b. Han- 
over, O., Nov. 27, 1867; dau. of Wm. H. Skinner and Mary Augusta 
Eliott]; res. S. Haven, Mich.; mason and farmer; Co. drain com- 
missioner. + 

Child of Hosea Lafler {p. ig2) and Rosina Eaton. 

Lewis Lafler (1143,400,40) m. ; res. Cedar Rapids, Iowa; stock raiser.* 
CJiild of Lucinda Lafler {p. ipj) and Robert Patterson. 

Jennie L. Patterson (1143,400,60). 

Son of Catharine Lafler [p. ipj) and Frederic A. Wheeler. 

Wheeler (1143,400,70) res. Kansas City, Mo.; merchant. 

Children of John G. Lafler [p. igj) and Elizabeth H. Smith. 

Willie Charles Lafler (1143,400,80) b. Rockport, O., Feb. 5, 1861; m. 
Jan. 4, 1891, Lena Shepard [b. Bangor, Mich. ; dau. of Alonzo Shep- 
ard and Cynthia Florinda Hunt]; farmer. + 

Nellie Jane Lafler (1143,400,81) b. Geneva, Mich., Mch. 12, 1864; m. ; 
res. G. ; farmer. 

Henry Miles Lafler (1143,400,82) b. Geneva, Mich., May i, 1867; m; 
June 5, 1890, Angeline Bennett [b. G., May 15, 1876; dau. of Henry 
Stephen Bennett and Nancy Ann Wait] ; res. G. ; farmer. * + 

Jay G. Lafler (1143,400,83) b. Geneva, Mich., Aug. 12, 1876; Ober- 
lin Coll. 

Child of Elizabeth L. Lafler {p. ipj) and Adam Glebb. 

Maria Theresa Glebb (1143,400,90). 

Children of Alonson A. Grant (/. igf) and Fannie Carter. 

Sarah E. Grant (1143,401,10) b. Sep. 9, i860; d. Burwell, Neb.; m. 
Pittsfield, , a. 1876, Geo. L. Gill.+ 

Maurice Alonson Grant (1143,401,11) b. Avon, O., July 4, 1863; res. 
Lorain, O. ; form. Omaha, Neb. ; grocer; clerk with U. P. R. R. 
1883-93; Oberlin Coll. 1882-3. 

Children of Alfred A. Grant {p. ipj) and Nancy M. Gibson. 

William M. Grant (1143,401,20) b. N. Amherst, O., May 16, 1873; 
res. S. Amherst, O. ; barber. 

Blanche N. Grant (1143,401,21) b. Dover, O., Feb. 4, 1884. 
Children of Lorenzo IV. Grant (/. /pj) and Mary A. Rockwood. 

Vernon L. Grant (1143,401,30) b. 1872; res. Chicago, 111.; printer.* 

Nellie E. Grant (1143,401,31) b. 1887. 

Children of Ellen N. Grant {p. ipj) and Thomas F. Doyle. 

Frank Manderville Doyle (1143,401,40) b. Dover, O., May 17, 1868; 
d. Nov. 9, 1891; res. Cleveland, O. ; physician; grad. Western Re- 
serve Univ. 1887. 

Roy Doyle (1143,401,41) b. Dec. 24, 1870; d. Oct. 13, 1872. 



NINTH GENERATION. 347 

Burton Doyle (1143,401,42) b. May 16, 1874; res. Cleveland, O. (40 
Walnut St.) ; chandelier maker. f 

Eva May Doyle (1143,401,43) b. May 20, 1877; d. May 20, 1879. 
lily Doyle (1143,401,44) b. July 14, 1880; d. Jan. 13, i88r. 
Vinnie Doyle (1143,401,45) b. July 14, 1880; d. Dec. 29, 1882. 
Antoinette Marie Doyle (1143,401,46) b. July 14, 1883. 
Baby Doyle (1143,401,47) b. 1888; d. 

CJiildren of John P. Fish {p. igf) and Elizabeth Kinnicutt. 

Laura Ruhama Fish (1143,440,00) b. Clyde, O., Mch. 29, 1854; m. 
Haskins, O., Jan. 5, 1878, Frederick Augustus Root [b. Belden, 0., 
Nov. 29, 1846; s. of Ashley Root and Harriet Jones]; res. Toledo, 
O. ; dentist. + 

Frank Weston Fish (1143,440,01) b. Clyde, O., Mch. 12, 1856; d. 
Toledo, O., Oct. 9, 1886; i child. 

Child of John P. Fish {p. igf) and Josephine A. Brown. 

Josephine Fish (1143,440,02) b. Toledo, O., Mch. 6, 1871; res. T. ; 
bookkeeper. 

Children of Joseph H. Fish [p. igf) and ist ivife. 

Ella Fish (1143,440,10) res. Clyde, O. ; dress-maker. 

Fish (1143,440,11) d. ; m. Oscar B. Vincent; res. Alden, 

Kan. ; 3 chil. 

Children of Nancy Rachel Fish {p. ig^) and Daniel Douglas Ames. 

Ella Ames (1143,440,20) b. July 22, 1854; d. June 7, 1866. 

Clara Ames (1143,440,21) b. Clyde, O., Mch. 10, 1857; m. Bowling 
Green, O., Dec. 29, 1886, Wm. F. Belton, M.D. [b. Alliance, O., 
Sep. 8, 1858; d. Greenville, Pa., Nov. 14, 1888; s. of Daniel F. Bel- 
ton and Angeline Leet]; res. B. G. ; she is a teacher; Univ. of Mich. ; 
organist in First Pres. Ch. since 1889. + 

Elon Frederick Ames (1143,440,22) b. Clyde, O., Dec. 2, 1858; res. 
Chicago, 111. (359 W. Monroe St.); lumber merchant. 

Jessie Ames (1143,440,23) b. Haskins, O., June 7, 1865; m. Bowling 
Green, O., Dec. 29, 1888, Robt. Clarence Wilson [b. Centerville, Pa., 
Feb. 1859; s. of Thos. Wilson]; res. Seattle, Wash. (808 Eighth Av.); 
lawyer ; state senator. + 

Son of Stephen Fish {p. igf). 

Fish (1143,440,30) wid. res. Toledo, O. ; i child. 

Children of William H. Fish (/. igf). 

George Fish (1143,440,40) wid. res. Chicago, 111. 

Lucy Fish (1143,440,41) m. Finknor or Tinknor; res. Chi- 
cago, 111. ; 2 chil.* 

Child of TJiomas M. Fish {p. igf). 

Lewis Fish (1143,440,50) res. Chicago, 111.; 2 chil.* 

Children of Joseph R. Grant {p. igf) and Ann F. Bolster. 

Leighton Ray Grant (1143,441,00) b. Pitcher, N. Y., July 9, 1864; 
d. s. p. Syracuse, N. Y., Nov. 24, 1891; m. DeRuyter, N. Y., Feb. 
19, 1891, Jennie Spear [b. D., July 26, 1864; dau. of Martin T. Spear 



348 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

and Jane H. Benjamin; m. (2) D., Jan. 4, 1896, David M. Schellin- 
ger (b. Truxton, N. Y., Sep. 21, 1848; s. of Rial Schellinger and 

Hester )]; res. S. ; wid. res. D. ; tinner and hardware mevr 

chant; with Onondaga Milk Asso. 

Minnie B. Grant (1143,441,01) b. Pitcher, N. Y., Dec. 23, 1865; m. 
1893, Chas. Thompson; res. P.; postmaster.f 

Myra Frances Grant (1143,441,02) b. Pitcher, N. Y., Aug. 9, 1869; 
d. P., Feb. 25, 1880. 

Myron R. Grant (1143,441,03) b. Allegany, Potter Co., Pa., Mch. 2, 
1871; res. Cincinnatus, N. Y. ; operates saw-mill and grist-mill. f 

Joseph Roa Grant (1143,441,04) b. Allegany, Potter Co., Pa., Feb. 
23, 1875; Cornell Univ. 

Victor Ormel Grant (1143,441,05) b. Allegany, Potter Co., Pa., Apr. 
8, 1878; res. Groton, N. Y. ; clerk and bookkeeper. 

CJiild of PJiebe M. Grant [p. ig^) and Saiiford L. Dwiglit. 

Bertie D wight (1143,441,10) b. Cincinnatus, N. Y., Dec. 27, 1861; 
d. C, Jan. 5, 1868. 

Children of James E. Grant {p. igf) and Elsie A. Breed. 

John Wesley Grant (1143,441,40) b. Pharsalia Hook, N. Y., Aug. 12, 
1875; res. E. Pharsalia, N. Y. ; farmer. 

Rosa May Grant (1143,441,41) b. Plymouth, N. Y., May 22, 1877; 
m. McDonough, N. Y., June 3, 1892, Floyd L. Preston [b. M., July 
7, 1863; s. of Geo. D. Preston]; res. E. Pharsalia, N. Y. ; farmer. + 

Anna Belle Grant (1143,441,42) b. Plymouth, N. Y., Nov. 18, 1880; 
m. P., Sep. 7, 1897, Orlan Milo Herrick [b. E. Pharsalia, N. Y., 
Oct. 8, 1877; s. of Albert Eugene Herrick and Louie Anna Terry]; 
res. Norwich, N. Y. ; carpenter. 

Hallie James Grant (1143,441,43) b. May 16, 1895. 
Children of TrypJiena A. Grant [p. igf) and Thomas IV. Skillman. 

Lottie Amy Skillman (1143,441,50) b. Pitcher, N. Y., May 29, 1874; 
res. Binghamton, N. Y. (56 Thorp St.).f 

Lewis Thomas Skillman (1143,441,51) b. Smithville, N. Y., July 29, 
1877; res. Binghamton, N. Y. (56 Thorp St.); machinist in wagon 
factory. 

Children of diaries IV. Grant (p. /pj) and Rose Huntly. 

Grant (1143,441,70) d. y. 

Grant (1143,441,71) d. y. 

Children of Charles W. Grant {p. ipj) and Florence Lull. 

Clarence Grant (1143,441,72) b. 1888. 

Dora Grant (1143,441,73) b. 1891; d. 1894, ae 2 yrs. 

Children of Sarah S. Grant [p. rpj) and Curtis White. 

Fred C. White (1143,441,80) b. Pitcher, N. Y., Mch. 29, 1876; 
teacher. 

Eliza Pearl White (1143,441,81) b. Pitcher, N. Y., Dec. 31, 1882. 

Mary lola White (1143,441,82) b. Pitcher, N. Y., June 30, 1885. 

White (1143,441,83) (s.), b. and d. Pitcher, N. Y., June 30, 

1885. 



NINTH GENERATION. 349 

James Leon White (1143,441,84) b. Pitcher, N. Y., Dec. 23, 1895. 
Child of Ransom R. Grant {p. ipj) and Harriet {Kenyan^ Wheeler. 

Eleany Grant (1143,441,90) b. Apr. 22, 1895. 

Child of Edivard P. Grant [p. ipj) and Orisa Goodeno. 

Ida L. Grant (1143,442,10) b. July 29, 1871 ; m. 1891, Chas. Higgens; 
res. Black River Falls, Wis.f 

Children of Morell A. Grant [p. igj) and Ellen A. Purdy. 

Warren S. Grant (1143,442,20) b. May 5, 1881. 

Floyd C. Grant (1143,442,21) b. June 16, 1883. 

Jesse E. Grant (1143,442,22) b. Sep. 6, 1888. 

CJiildren of Sarah M. Gardner [p. iQj) and Enos J. Kies. 

Henry Herbert Kies (1143,443,00) b. Pitcher. N. Y., Aug. 15, i860; 
m. Andrews Settlement, Pa., July 15, 1883, Caroline Elmore Bishop 
[b. Allegany, Potter Co. Pa., Dec. 11, 1858; dau. of John Chas. 
Bishop and Abigail Salome Benjamin]; res. Galeton, Pa., wholesale 
and retail hardware merchant (Eimer Hardware Co.) since 1893; 
taught 5 yrs. ; principal of Ulysses, Pa. , graded school 2 yrs. ; cloth- 
ing merchant at A. S. 1885-7; constable and collector, Allegany, 
1886-7; supt. of schools of P. Co. 1887-93; pres. of G. council. + 

Annie Violettie Kies (1143,443,01) b. Freetown, N. Y., May 23, 1864; 
m. Raymond, Pa., Dec. 30, 1881, Henry G. Hurd [b. Genesee, Pa.; 
s. of Harry Hurd and Jane M. Pye]; res. EUisburg, Pa.; farmer; 
collector and constable 1887-96, supervisor. + 

Child of Warren A. Gardner [p. ig6) and Eliza Suydani. 

John Adrian Gardner (1143,443,10) b. Andrews Settlement, Pa., 
Mch. 14, 1866; m. Syracuse, N. Y., June 23, 1891, Anna Jones [b. 
Manlius Center, N. Y., May 30, 1868; dau. of Ira M. Jones]; res. 
Ceres, N. Y. ; M. E. minister; form, farmer and teacher; B.S. Syra- 
cuse Univ. 1891.+ 

CJiildren of Warren A. Gardner {p. ip6) and Lucy R. Fur man. 

Willard Allen Gardner (1143,443,11) res. Andrews Settlement, Pa. ; 
farmer, f 

Mary Ethel Gardner (1143,443,12) res. Andrews Settlement, Pa.; 
teacher, f 

Child of Lavinia D. Stevens [p. ig6 ) and Rolf Rice. 
John Rufus Rice (1143,445,00) b. Solon, N. Y., Sep. 9, 1877. 

CJiildren of Lavinia D. Stevens [p. ig6) and Fred N. Phelps. 
Alta Emeline Phelps (1143,445,01) b. Jan. 8, 1888. 
Nelson Fayette Phelps (1143,445,02) b. Nov. 15, 1892. 
Child of Frederic F. Stevens {p. ip6) and Eleanor Burlinghani. 
Lena S. Stevens (1143,445,20) b. Dec. 17, 1890. 

Children of fared G. Denting [p. ig6) and Sarah D. Cole. 
Freddie Boy ton Deming (1143,450,00) b. Alfred, N. Y., July 15, 1868; 
d. Andover, N. Y., Nov. 9, 1872. 

Dudley Barton Deming (1143,450,01) b. Alfred, N. Y., Mch. 22, 1870 ; 
res. Friendship, N. Y. ; farmer; steward of M. E. ch. 



350 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

Lena Elnola Deming (i 143,450,02) b. W. Union, N. Y., Nov. 22, 1876; 
res. Friendship, N. Y. 

Children of Charles C. Deming {p. ip6) and Martlia Chilsoji. 

Lillian M. Deming (1143,450,10) b. Aug. 13, 1875; ^^^- Friendship, 
N. Y.f 

Royal B. Deming (1143,450,11) b. Aug. 12, 1877; res. Schenectady, 
N. Y.f 

Child of Leroy L. Deming {p. ip6) and Sarah L. Coburn. 

Rutherford Roy Deming (1143,450,20) b. Andover, N. Y., Sep. 11, 
1878. 

Children of William J. Deming [p. ip6) and Sarah /. Walker. 

Burr William Deming (1143,450,30) b. Andover, N. Y., Mch. 16, 
1869; d. A., May 30, 1893; m. A., June 24, 1891, Florence E. Rose- 
bush [b. A., 1871; dau. of Oliver Rosebush and Julia Dyer; m. (2) 
Harry BuUard] ; res. Brockport, N. Y. ; wid. res. Wellsville, N. Y. ; 
bookkeeper; i child. 

Cora Deming (1143,450,31) b. Andover, N. Y., Oct. 3, 1880. 
Child of George W. Gardner {p. igj) and Agnes Gallup. 

George Arthur Gardner (1143,451,00) b. New Lisbon, N. Y. , July 24, 
1873; res. Mt. Vision, N. Y. ; miller and lumberman; form, farmer; 
owns the farm occupied by Hannah Grant (1143,45). 

Children of Mary J. Gardner {p. igy) and Richard Hoke. 

Melvin Hoke (1143,451,10) res. Richfield Springs, N. Y.f 

Morris Hoke (1143,451,11) res. Norwich, N. Y.f 

Clara Hoke (1143,451,12) res. Richfield Springs, N. Y.f 

Hattie Hoke (1143,451,13) m. Thayre; res. Cooperstown, 

N. Y.f 

Chil. of Charles G. Armstrong [p. igj) and Cornelia F. Armstrong. 

James Emmett Armstrong (1143,452,00) b. Long Eddy, N. Y., June 
20, 1862; m. June 30, 1884, Elizabeth Ballard, who was b. N. Y. C. ; 
res. L. E. ; merchant, f 

Harriet Louisa Armstrong (1143,452,01) b. Long Eddy, N. Y., Jan. 
3, 1868; m. Feb. 21, 1890, John Wesley Avery; res. L. E.f 

Florence Armstrong (1143,452,02) b. Sep. 22, 1870; m. May 20, 1891, 
Joseph Lockwood, of Brooklyn, N. Y. ; res. B.* 

Milton Armstrong (1143,452,03) b. Nov. 20, 1874; res. Long Eddy, 
N. Y.f 

Fred Armstrong (i 143,452,04) b. Dec. 20, 1876; res. Long Eddy, 
N. Y.f 

Child of C/iarles G. Armstrong {p. igy) and Evelyn Smith. 
Clara Armstrong (1143,452,05) b. Dec. 29, 1893. 
Children of Celestia M. Armstrong [p. igy) andJoJin S. Ada^ns. 

Mary Adams (1143,452,40) b. Hawley, Pa., Oct. 4, 187 1; res. Knox- 
ville, Pa.f 

Charles M. Adams (1143,452,41) b. Hawley, Pa., Apr. 19, 1875; d. 
Knoxville, Pa., Nov. 4, 1893. 



NINTH GENERATION. 351 

Floyd J. Adams (1143,452,42) b. Gaines, Pa., May 6, 1884. 
CJiildren of George F. Armstrong [p. igj) and Phebe J. Bailey. 
Rosa Armstrong (1143,452,50) d. 
Florence Armstrong (1143,452,51) b. May 1890. 

Children of Willis L. Armstrong (/. igj) and Alice Hood. 
Mary Armstrong (1143,452,60). 
Edward Armstrong (1143,452,61). 
George Armstrong (1143,452,62). 
Floyd Armstrong (1143,452,63). 
Willis Ray Armstrong (1143,452,64) d. 1897. 

CJiild of HannaJi D. McGraiu [p. ig8) and David Billiard. 
Bessie Lila BuUard (1143,459,00). 

CJiildren of Aaron Warren [p. ipS) and Phillips. 

John Warren (1143,482,00) res. E. Fishkill, N. Y.f 
Charles Warren (1143,482,01) res. E. Fishkill, N. Y.f 
Warren (1143,482,02) (s). 

Children of Nathan T. Bulkley [p. fg8) and Anna R. Cozvperthwaite. 
Olive Warren Bulkley (1143,483,30) b. Dec. 8, 1877. 
Nathan Cowperthwaite Bulkley (1143,483,31) b. Jan. 18, 1881. 
George Turney Bulkley (1143,483,32) b. Jan. 5, 1887. 
Warren Topping Bulkley (1143,483,33) b. Apr. 29, 1890. 

CJiild of William G. Shrive {p. igg) and Nettie J. V. Worth. 
Lillian Worth Shrive (1143,489,00) b. Oct. 20, 1893. 

Children of Ellen E. Grant {p. iggi) and James A. Lambie. 
Maude Alice Lambie (1143,607,50) b. May 3, 1881. 
Jessie Osgood Lambie (1143,607,51) b, Mch. 23, 1883. 
Myrtie May Lambie (1143,607,52) b. July 6, 1884. 
Ada Elizabeth Lambie (1143,607,53) b. Jan. 29, 1888. 
Clarence Lester Lambie (1143,607,54) b. June 5, 1890. 
Lois AUeen Lambie (1143,607,55) b. Aug-. 28, 1892. 

CJiildren of Asa Grant {p. ipp) and Lydia A. Webster. 

Ada Grant (1143,641,00) b. Aug. 24, i860; m. Feb. 9, 1887, Willis 
G. Peck; res. Granton, N. Y.f 

May Grant (1143,641,01) b. Sep. 2, 1862; d. Feb. 24, 1888; m. Nov. 
22, 1883, Jas. H. Quackenbush; 2 daus. 

Willard Grant (1143,641,02) b, Apr. 10, 1864; d. Jan. 29, 1869. 

Elbridge Grant (1143,641,03) b. May 16, 1865; m. Apr. 11, 1894, 
Mary Juckett; res. Granton, N. Y.f 

Alice Grant (1143,641,04) b. May 17, 1867; d. June 4, 1893. 

John Grant (1143,641,05) b. Nov. 7, 1869; res. Granton, N. Y.f 

Watson Grant (1143,641,06) b. Oct. 21, 1871; m. Feb. 26, 1895, Jo- 
sephine Pauk; res. Cannonsville, N. Y.f 

CJiildren of Eliza Grant {p. 200) and CJiarles M. HatJiazvay. 

Grant Hathaway (1143,641,20) b. Deposit, N. Y., Feb. 1870; d. Apr. 
1870. 



352 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

Charles Montgomery Hathaway (1143,641,21) b. Deposit, N. Y., Mch. 
31, 1874; res. Oliphant, Pa. ; Yale Univ. 

Children of Matilda Dodge {p. 200) and Charles L. Fuller. 

Sherwood Montgomery Fuller (1143,643,10) b. Downsville, N. Y., Feb. 
5, 1880. 

Mary Irene Fuller (1143,643,11) b. Middletown, N. Y., Mch. 25, 1883. 
Children of George W. Wheeler [p. 201) and Mary W. Fisher. 

Frances Addison "Wheeler (1143,695,20) b. Apr. 16, 1888. 

Evelyn Foster Wheeler (1143,695,21) b. Feb. 7, 1890. 

Mary "Waterhury "Wheeler (1143,695,22) b. Mch. 6, 1891. 

CIvAN N. 

Children of Catharine M. Metcalf [p. 201) and Headford. 

Catharine Headford (1162,410,10) m. a. 1893, Norman A. Goodwin, 
M.D. 

Frances E. Headford (1162,410,11) m. F. NeskinBindon; res. Ottawa, 
Ontario.! 

Children of Fraiik Metcalfe [p. 201) and Rebecca F. Osment. 

Kosa Lee Metcalfe (1162,410,30) b. Pryorsburg, Ky., Aug. 20, 1866; 
d. Oct. 18, 1866. 

Allie Cecilia Metcalfe(i 162,410,31) b. Pryorsburg, Ky., Feb. 22, 1868; 
m. Mayfield, Ky., Feb. 18, 1891 (1889), John Hamilton; res. M.f 

Albert Sidney Johnson Metcalfe (1162,410,32) b. Pryorsburg, Ky., July 
23, 1870; d. s. p. Mayfield, Ky., Oct. 26, 1895; m. M.,July (June) 
15, 1895, Minnie Lee Foster [b. Union City, Tenn. ; dau. of Robt. 
Foster and Ludie Hardy]; res. M. ; grocer; W. Ky. Coll. ; served in 
ist Ky, State Guards 1890-5. 

Nannie Mary Metcalfe (1162,410,33) b. Mayfield, Ky., Mch. 15, 1873; 
res. M. ; W. Ky. Coll. 

Metcalfe (1162,410,34) (s.), b. Pryorsburg, Ky., Oct. 19, 

1876; d. ae 2 weeks. 

Children of Rosalinda A. Grant {p. 202) and John Moses. 

Lillie Sophia Moses (1162,423,00) b. Sep. 22, 1869; res. Battle Lake, 
Minn.f 

Charles Noah Moses (1162,423,01) b. Aug. 23, 187 1; res. Battle Lake, 
Minn.f 

Mattie Estelle Moses (1162,423,02) b. Oct. i, 1873; res. Battle Lake, 
Minn.f 

Jennie Louise Moses (1162,423,03) b. Nov. 17, 1876; res. Battle Lake, 
Minn.f 

Children of Nellie E. Grant {p. 202) and Charles S. Canfield. 

William G. Canfield (1162,423,10) b. Seymour, Oct. 7, 1867; res. 
Minneapolis, Minn.f 

Frances E. Canfield (1162,423,11) b. Seymour, Jan. 5, 1S69; res. 
Minneapolis, Minn.f 

Frederick "W. Canfield (1162,423,12) b. Seymour, Sep. 2, 1873; res. 
Minneapolis, Minn.f 



NINTH GENERATION. 353 

Charles H. Canfield (1162,423,13) b. New Haven, Oct. 22, 1875; res. 
Minneapolis, Minn.f 

Carrie L. Canfield (1162,423,14) b. Wheeling-, W. Va., July 10, 1879. 

Helena M. Canfield (1162,423,15) b. Indianapolis, Ind,, May 5, 1882. 

George C. Canfield (1162,423,16) b. Frankfort, Ind., July 31, 1884. 

Charlotte A. Canfield (1162,423,17) b. Minneapolis, Minn., Sep. 22 
1887. 

Ethel M. Canfield (1162,423,18) b. Minneapolis, Minn., Nov. 2, 1889. 

Ruth E. Canfield (1162,423,19) b. Minneapolis, Minn., Apr. 28, 1892. 
Child of Martha M. Grant {p. 202) and Frank H. Lib bey. 

Thomas Herbert Libbey (1162,423,20) b. Chicag-o, 111., Feb. 18, 1887. 

CJiildren of diaries F. Harrington (/. 202) and Eliza A. Davis. 

Eunice E. Harrington (1162,425,00) b. Nov. 15, 1875. 

Harry Charles Harrington (1162,425,01) b. Rochester, N. Y., Oct. 4, 
1878. 

Child of George L. Harrington {p. 202) and Mary A. Rand. 

May Grant Harrington (1162,425,10) b. Marlboro, N, H., Apr. 12, 
1872; res. Streator, 111. 402 E. Main St.).$ 

Children of Leonard B. Harrington {p. 202) and Carrie C. Freeman. 

Robert L. Harrington (1162,425,20) m. Bertha Bowler; res. Kings- 
land, N. J.t + 

Harrington (1162,425,21) d. inf. 

Harrington (1162,425,22) d. inf. 

Harrington (5 other chil. res. Kingsland, N. J.). 

Child of William L. Grant (/. 20J) and Mary C. Pelham. 

Mary Elvira Grant (1162,428,20) b. Lyndhurst, N. J., June 8, 1894. 

Children of fames E. Grant {p. 20J) and Jeanette M. Watrotis. 

Frederic Louis Grant (1162,430,30) b. Winsted, Dec. 26, 1871; m. 
Windsorville, Jan. i, 1896, Ettaline Harriet Ladd [b. Holyoke, Mass., 
Nov. 7, 1876; dau. of Chas. Edward Ladd and Sarah Ann Brown]; 
res. Northfield; minister; Harvard Univ., Andover Theol. Sem., 
Yale Divinity School. + 

Annie Grant (1162,430,31) b. Thomaston, Nov. i, 1874; res. North- 
field, f 

Children of Ellen A. Bnrnhaifi (/. 2oj) and Elon A. Banning. 
Ida May Banning (1162,433,10) b. a. 1878; res. Dolgeville, N. Y. 
Hattie Estelle Banning (1162,433,11) b. a. 1881; res. Dolgeville, N.Y. 
Children of Delavan E. Walker {p. 20j) and Lizzie G. Heacock. 
Nan Walker (1162,434,00) b. Ilion, N. Y., Apr. 3, 1888. 
Delavan Edward Walker (1162,434,01) b. Ilion, N. Y.,Dec. 19, 1893; 
d. I., Jan. 9, 1894. 

Children of Ida M. Walker {p. 204) and Set Ji G. Heacock. 
Ida Heacock (1162,434,10) b. Mohawk, N, Y., May 2, 1881. 
Grosvenor Walker Heacock (1162,434,11) b. Mohawk, N. Y., Jan. 7, 
1884. 



354 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

Childj'cii of Frank S. Grant [p. 2 of) and Alma L. Hay ward. 
Pearl Alma Grant (1162,435,10) b. New Haven, Nov. 14, 1886. 
Lulu May Grant (1162,435,11) b. Waterbury, Dec. 29, 1890. 
Ulysses Stewart Grant (1162,435,12) b. Waterbury, Feb. 9, 1891 (?). 

Child of Set h L. Grant {p. 2 of) and Arlettie Smith. 
Lawrence Lavern Grant (1162,462,10) b. Everett, Mass., Sep. 7, 1896. 

Children of Anna C. Szvan {p. 20 f) and Wallace B. Locklin. 
Harold Grant Locklin (1162,464,10) b. Aug. 15, 1892. 
Merritt Swan Locklin (1162,464,11) b. July 16, 1893. 
Anna Pauline Locklin (1162,464,12) b. Apr. i, 1896. 
Philip David Locklin (1162,464,13) b. Mch. i, 1897. 

CI^AN F». 

Children of Allen Grant {p. 2of) and Lizzie Evans. 

Laura Grant (1163,413,50) b. Rossville, 111., Oct. 10, 1863; m. Dan- 
ville, 111., Dec. 27, 1894, Robt. L. Short. 

Belle Grant (1163,413,51) b. Rossville, 111., Dec. 4, 1866; d. 1897. 

Charlie Grant (1163,413,52) b. Rossville, III, June 7, 1873; d. Mch. 
18, 1874. 

Flavilla Grant (1163,413,53) b. Rossville, 111., Mch. 27, 1875. 

Fannie Grant (1163,413,54) b. Rossville, 111., 1880. 

Child of Benjamin F. Gilbert {p. 20S) and Laura Piper. 

George Frank Gilbert (1163,414,00) b. Jan. 29, 1853; d. unm. May 
1880. 

Children of Harriet E. Gilbert (/. 20 f) and William B. Piper. 

Franklin Samuel Piper (1163,414,50) b. Lyme, N. H., Mch. 7, 1872; 
res. Manchester, N. H. (15 Walnut St.); electrician. 

Clara Flavilla Piper (1163,414,51) b. Lyme, N. H., May 28, 1873; 
res. Manchester, N. H. (15 Walnut St.) ; corder in shoe shop. 
CJiildren of Edwin H. Grant [p. 20j) and Irene S. Stezvart. 

Harriette Stewart Grant (1163,415,00) b. Rossville, 111., Oct. 29, 1868; 
res. Huron, S. D.; teacher. 

Walter J. Grant (1163,415,01) b. Rossville, 111., Feb. 16, 1873; res. 
Danville, 111. (202 Kimbrough Piatt Bldg.) ; lawyer; Univ. of Minn. 
I yr. ; 2d Lieut. Co. A., S. D. N. G. , 2 yrs. 

Benjamin Grant (1163,415,02) b. Rossville, 111.; res. Huron, S. D. ; 
telegrapher. 

Edith Grant (1163,415,03) b. Huron, S. D. ; d. unm. 
Children of Laura B. Grant {p. 20 f) and Edward S. Baldwin. 

Baldwin (1163,415,10) (dau.), b. a. 1875. 

Baldwin (1163,415,11) (dau.), b. a. 1881. 

CJiildren of Maria C. Grant {p. 206) and Augustus C. Walker. 

Robert Turner Walker (1163,416,00) b. Lyme, N. H., Oct. 16, 1867; 
res. Cambridge, Mass. (579 Mass. Av.) ; architect; B.S. Mass. Inst, 
of Tecli. 1890. 

Sidney Grant Walker (i 163,416,0 i)b. Greenfield, Mass., July 11, 1869; 



NINTH GENERATION. S5o 

m. Boston, Mass., Apr. 7, 1896, Katharine Howland [b. New Bed- 
ford, Mass., Apr, 19, 1873; dau. of Reuben Russell Howland and 
Mattie Yeomans Brightman] ; res. Hilo, H. I.; form. B. ; civil en- 
gineer; form, insurance inspector with Asso. Factory Mutual Ins. 
Co.; B.S. Dartmouth Coll. 1891, C.E. 1893. 

William Augustus Walker (1163,416,02) b. Greenfield, Mass., Sep. 
4, 1872; res. Brooklyn, N. Y. (592 Tenth St.); reporter.f 

CJiildren of Mary E. Grant [p. 206) and West H. BalcJi. 

Fred West Balch (1163,416,30) b. Aug. 1874; d. July 1875. 

Frank Foster Balch (1163,416,31) b. Oct. 24, 1876; res. Lyme, N. H.f 

Anna Louisa Balch (1163,416,32) b. July 31, 1880; d. Apr. 3, 1893. 

CJiildren of David A. Grant {p. 206) and PJiebe Whipple. 
Fred Whipple Grant (1163,416,40) b. Lyme, N. H., Nov. 2, 1880. 
Mildred May Grant (1163,416,41) b. Lyme, N. H., Jan. 15, 1885. 

CJiildren of fust us Grant {p. 206) and Sabra {Underzvood) Kenney. 

J. Raymond Grant (1163,500,00) b. July 1851; d. July 1852. 

Isabella Louisa Grant (1163,500,01) b. nr. Oakland, Cal., June 18, 
1856; res. Plainfield, 111. ; taught in Franklin Grove, 111., 4 yrs., and 
Mt. Sterling, 111., 10 yrs. 

CJiildren of George E. Grant [p. 206) and Ellen L. Dagett. 

Abbie Louise Grant (1163,500, 10) b. Oakland, Cal., Dec. 22, 1857; 
m. O., Apr. 28, 1895, Rev. Chas. Wm. Wendte [b. Boston, Mass.; 
s. of Chas. Wendte and Johanna Ebeling] ; res. O. ; pastor of 
Unitarian churches at O. 1886-97 and Los Angeles, Cal., 1897-8; 
sometime Pacific Coast Supt. of American Unit. Asso. 

Ida May Grant (1163,500, 11) b. May 10, 1861; d. 

Lillie Alice Grant (1163,500,12) b. Nov. i, 1862; d. 

George Erastus Grant (1163,500,13) b. June 4, 1865; m. 1893, Laura 
Lucile Farrell; res. San Francisco, Calf 

Charles Alfred Grant (1163,500, 14) b. Feb. i, 1873; d.a. 1883. 
CJiildren of Lucy E. Grant {p. 20"/) and FredericJs Colony. 

Henry Grant Colony (1163,500,50) b. Aug. 20, 1880. 

Louise Grant Colony (1163,500,51) b. June 6, 1883. 

CJiildren of JoJin H. Grant [p. 20"/) and Cina A. Pelton. 

Erastus J. Grant (1163,500,60) b. June 9, 1881. 

George P. Grant (1163,500,61) b. Nov. 13, 1885. 
CJiild of Sidney B. TJionias {p. 207) and Florence P. Copeland. 

Benjamin Elwood Thomas (i 163,560,30) b. Cincinnati, O., July i, 1896. 
CJiildren of Mary I. TJiouias {p. 2oy) and CJiarles A. Sanders. 

Alice Thomas Sanders (1163,562,00) b. Cincinnati, O., Dec. 25, 1875; 
res. W. Newton, Mass. 

David Merton Sanders (1163,562,01) b. Cincinnati, O., Feb. 14, 1877; 
res. W. Newton, Mass. ; salesman; C. Univ. 

CJiild of David C TJiouias {p. 20/) and Nettie C. Cunimings. 

Mary Louise Thomas (1163,562,11). 



356 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

CJiildren of Ella A. Colburn (/. 208) and David H. Clarke. 
Alice Clarke (1163,564,00) b. Sep. 25, 1869; d. Feb. 7, 1870. 
Frederic Colburn Clarke (1163,564,01) b. Dec. 9, 1871; res. N. Y. C. 
(1441 Broadway); artist. f 
Ross Clarke (1163,564,02) b. Dec. 14, 1873; d. Apr. 27, 1880. 
Margaret Electra Clarke (1163,564,03) b. Nov. i, 1875. 

CJiildi'en of Charles P. Colburn (/. 208) and Emma F. Fox. 
Grace Sophie Colburn (1163,564,20) b. Sep. 16, 1877; d. June 30, 1881. 
Martha Sophie Colburn (1163,564,21) b. Nov. 8, 1878; Western Coll. 

CJiildren of Henry B. Colburn (/. 208^ and Alice Bone he. 
Elsie Colburn (1163,564,30). 
Nellie Colburn (1163,564,31) d. 
Dorothy Colburn (1163,564,32) d. 

Children of Philip W. Moen {p. 208) and Margaret B. Strut hers. 
Margaret Struthers Moen (1163,581,00) b. July 15, 1891. 
Elizabeth Moen (1163,581,01) b. June 14, 1893. 
Dorothy Moen (1163,581,02) b. July 2, 1898. 

Child of Alice G. Moen {p. 208) and Arthur E. Childs. 
Philip Moen Childs (1163,581,30) b. Worcester, Mass., Aug. 28, 1895. 

Child of Louis M. Grant {p. 208) and Bessie L. B. Chase. 
William Chase Grant (1163,582,10) b. May 3, 1896. 

CIvAN Q. 

Children of William C. Grant {p. 2og) and Sarah A. Dunham. 

Abby Amelia Grant (1211,100,00) b. Wapping, Jan. 31, 1857; d. Mch. 
17, 1858. 

William Henry Grant (1211,100,01) b. Wapping, Feb. 18, 1858; d. 
Dec. 27, i860. 

George Wilbur Grant (1211,100,02) b. Wapping, Oct. 7, i860; m. 
Florence Isabella Crane; res. W. ; 2 chil.f+ 

Willis Everett Grant (1211,100,03) b. Wapping, July 29, 1862; d. 
Mch. 15, 1866. 

Children of Beersheba Grant [p. 2og) and Henry Nettlcton. 

Emily Beersheba Nettleton (1211,100,10) b. E. Windsor Hill, Sep. 
28, 1852; m. Windsor, Oct. 24, 1876, Geo. Bissell Tryon [b. Buck- 
ingham, Jan. 16, 1850; s. of Geo. Tryon and Mary E. Gay]; res. 
Manchester; painter and decorator. + 

Gertrude Estella Nettleton (1211,100,11) b. E. Windsor Hill, Oct. 16, 
1854; m. Chas. O. Treat; res. S. Manchester.! 

Judson Wilbur Nettleton (1211,100,12) b. E. Windsor Hill, Sep. i, 
1856; res. Manchester.! 

Harriet Maria Nettleton (1211,100, 13) b. E. Windsor Hill, Feb. 10 
(17), 1858; m. Olin D. Thrall; res. S. Manchester.! 

Emily Nettleton (1211,100,14) b. Dec. 15, i860; d. prob. y. 

Edler Nettleton (1211,100,15) b. Sep. 16, 1862; d. inf. 



NINTH GENERATION. 357 

Children of Norvian O. Grant {p. 2og) and Eliza M. Dunham. 

Josephine Maria Grant (1211,100,20) b. Wapping-, Apr. 30, 1858; m. 
Manchester, June 11, 1879, Willard Gilbert Birdsey [b. Chicopee 
Falls, Mass., Apr. 11, 1857; s. of Gilbert A. Birdsey and Evelyn S. 
Allen]; res. M. (Box 182); foreman in tobacco warehouse. + 

Louis Dunham Grant (1211,100,21) b. Wapping, Dec. 28, 1859; m. 
S. Windsor, June i, 1884, Emogene Hudson [b. W. Stafford, Feb. 
25, 1863; dau. of Cyrus Hudson and Esther Williams]; res. W. ; 
farmer. + 

Children of Norman O. Grant {p. 2og) and Ellen f. Mahoney. 

Viola Celia Grant (1211,100,22) b. Wapping, Aug-. 17, 1875; res. S. 
Windsor; music teacher. 

Williston Norman Grant (1211,100,23) b. Wapping, Aug. 18, 1880. 

Child of Wilbur F. Grant [p. 2og) and Estella F. Johnson, 
Walton Wilbur Grant (1211,100,40) b. Wapping, May 3, 1869; m. 
Manchester, Oct. 21, 1896, Gertrude Rebecca Fitch [b. Hartford, 
Apr. 20, 1869, Patten Jeduthun Fitch and Ella Inghram] ; res. S. 
Windsor; meat cutter. 

Child of Cornelia Grant [p. 2og) and George B. Johnson. 

Emma Cornelia Johnson (1211,101,00) b. Hartford, Aug. 14, 1849; 
m. Springfield, Mass., Dec. 13, 1868, Rinaldo Pew Kenyon [b. Plain- 
field, Aug. 30, 1847; s. of Edmund Philip Kenyon and Ann Eliza 
Pew]; res. H. (337 Main St.); hatter and furrier; pay clerk, U. S. 
N., 1864-7. + 

Children of Hiram Grant {p. 2og) and Frances A. Gregory. 

William Hoyt Grant (1211,101,10) b. Hartford, Oct. 27, 1865; res. 
S. Manchester; form. Millbury, Mass., Ipswich, Mass., and Buck- 
land; dealer in meat and groceries; postmaster of B. 189 1-3. 

Hiram Adolph Grant (1211,101,11) b. Wapping, June 14, 1870; m. 
Hartford, Nov. 14, 1894, Ellen Adelia Miller [b. Norwich, Oct. 12, 
187 1 ; dau. of Geo. Wilson Miller and Eliza R. Phillips]; res. S. Man- 
chester; form. Buckland; meat merchant. 

Josephine Evora Grant (1211,101,12) b. Wapping, Sep. 7, 1871; m. 
S. Manchester, Feb. 6, 1895, Edward Morgan Thrall (1120,332,12); 
res. S. Manchester. + 

Ward Sheldon Grant (1211,101,13) b. Wapping, May 6, 1874; m. S. 
Manchester, June 3, 1896, Pauline Brink, who was b. S. M. ; res. S. 
M. ; clerk. f + 
Children of Charlotte S. Grant {p. 210) and Russell Thrall {p. ijj). 

Ralph Horatio Thrall (1211,101,20) b. Ellington, Nov. 20, 1851; d. 
E., Dec. 26, 1892; m. E., Jan. 1876, Harriet Smith [b. E., 1853; dau. 
of Chas. Smith and Cornelia Armstrong]; wid. res. E. ; farmer; 
selectman. + 

Estella Mary Thrall (12 1 1, 10 1,21) b. Ellington, June 10, 1853; d. E., 
June 10, 1866. 

Edward Hubbard Thrall (1211,101,22) b. Ellington, May 12, 1856; d. 
E., Jan. 12, 1866. 



358 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

Judson Henry Thrall (1211,101,23) b. Ellington, July 27, 1858; d. E., 
Aug. 6, 1894; m. E., Apr. 1883, Emma Warner [b. E. ; dau. of 
Treat Warner and Lucina Lawrence; m. (2) E. Windsor, Sep. 1895, 
Luman Allen]; res. E. ; farmer. + 

Ella May Thrall (1211,101,24) b. Ellington, July 10, 1863; d. E., 
Jan. 22, 1866. 

Merritt Grant Thrall (12 1 1, 101,25) b. Ellington, Mch. 6, 1868; d. E., 
Apr. 25, 1871. 

Children of Sheldon J. Grant (/. 210) and Harriet K. Morgan. 

Ealph Morgan Grant (1211,101,30) b. Wapping, May 11, 1868; m. 
Melrose Highlands, Mass., May i, 1895, Lucy Lillian Shepard [b. 
Middletown, May 23, 1871; dau. of Chester Shepard and Lucretia 
Rachel Fuller]; res. E. Windsor Hill; lawyer, in Hartford; A.B. 
Wesleyan Univ. 1892; judge of probate, town clerk and treas. , J. P. ; 
S. S. supt.$+ 

Clarence Sheldon Grant (1211,101,31) b. Wapping, Dec. 18, 1869; d. 
W., July II (13), 1877. 

Mary TJ. Grant (1211,101,32) b. Wapping, Jan. 2, 1872; d. W., Nov. 
I, 1872. 

Minnie Eliza Grant (1211,101,33) b. Wapping, Nov. 22, 1874; m. 
W., Aug. 12, 1896, Everett Hallerton Scott [b. S. Berwick, Me., 
Aug. 1868; s. of Rev. Orange W. Scott and Lucy A. Jameson]; res. 
Melrose, Mass. ; sub-master of high school; form, teacher of English 
in Mt. Hermon, Mass., school for boys; A.B. Wesleyan Univ. 1892, 
A.M. 

Carrie Louise Grant (1211,101,34) b. Wapping, Jan. 11, 1877; res. W. 

Arthur Sheldon Grant (1211,101,35) t>. Wapping, Nov. 9, 1880. 
Children of Mary E. Grant ( p. 210) and Carlos E. Pinney. 

Carrie Susan Pinney (1211,101,50) b. Broad Brook, Aug. 31, 1859 

(i860); m. Glastonbury, Plaisted; res. Worcester, Mass. (2 

King St.); travelling salesman. f 

Florence Mary Pinney (1211,101,51) b. Ellington, Sep. 22 (20), 1862 
(1863); d. Worcester, Mass., Mch. 31, 1897; m. Glastonbury, John 
Holt, s. of Andrew Holt and Mary Stone ; res. W. ; proprietor of 
Hotel Belmont; she was a milliner and dress-maker; a beautiful 
woman. + 

Ralph Hamilton Grant Pinney (1211,101,52) b. Ellington, Feb. 19, 
1865; m. S. Manchester, May 31, 1888, Lula Maud Ramsden [b. S. 
M., Apr. 10, 1870; dau. of Wm. Henry Ramsden and Bertha Adele 
Keeney] ; res. Glastonbury ; tobacco. 

Evelyn Nellie Pinney (1211,101,53) b. Ellington, May 25, 1868; m. 
Glastonbury, Mch. 11, 1886, Wm. Nathaniel Brooks [b. Worcester, 
Mass., Aug. 7, 1858; s. of Nathaniel Newton Brooks and Amy Ann 
Allen] ; res. Scranton, Pa. ; form. W. ; merchant (Newark Shoe Store) ; 
form, banker; 5 yrs. in Mass. N. G. + 

Daisy Louise Pinney (1211,101,54), b. Ellington, June 10, 1872; res. 
Glastonbury; dress-maker. 
Children of Rozinah B. Grant (/. 210) and Alva P. Thrall {/>. ijj). 

Etta Aurelia Thrall (1211,101,70) b. July 5, 1867; d. Dec. 8, 1868. 



NINTH GENERATION. 359 

Blanche Lorette Thrall (1211,101,71) b. Ellington, Dec. 24, 1870; m. 
Bridgeport, July 29, 1895, Wm. Aiirelius Mayor [b. Belchertown, 
Mass., Apr. 21, 1872; s. of Frank Hartell Mayor and Nancy Alice 
Mayor]; res. Wapping; roof painter. 

Leland Alva Thrall (1211,101,72) b. Ellington, Oct. 2, 1873; m. Wap- 
ping, Apr. 22, 1897, Edna Estella Tuttle [b. Meriden, June 11, 1880; 
dau. of Edward Smith Tuttle and Stella Lucretia Wardy]; res. W. ; 
butter-maker. 

Agnes May Thrall (1211,101,73) b. Ellington, Apr. 6, 1878; d. Wap- 
ping, Nov. 17 (20), 1895. 

CJiild of Henry M. Johnson (/. 210). 

Frank BellJohnson (1211,102,10) res. Chicago, 111., and Ludding- 
ton, Mich.* 

Children of Frank G. JoJinson {p. 210) and Mary A. Bell. 

BellJohnson (1211,102,20) b. Brooklyn, N. Y. ,Nov. 20,1853; d- B., 
Jan. 5, 1856. 

Kate Johnson (1211,102,21) b. Brooklyn, N.Y., Mch. 3, 1856; d. B., 
Jan. T, 1863. 

Minnie Johnson (1211,102,22) b. Brooklyn, N. Y., June 6, 1863; d. 
B., Aug. 30, 1S63. 

Child of Frank G. Jolinson {p. 210) and Elizabeth A. Mathezvs. 

Frank Read Johnson (1211,102,23) b. Brooklyn, N. Y., Mch. 2, 1866; 
m. B., Oct. 24, 1889, Marietta Edwards [b. B., July 21, 1866; dau. 
of Joseph Edwards and Agnes Stanfield] ; res. Port Richmond, N. Y. ; 
merchant; of firm of Hydraulic Tube Well Construction Co. since 
1894.+ 

Children of Waldo M. Johnson {p. 210) and Jane E. Heath. 

Lizzie Marion Johnson (1211,102,30) b. Warehouse Pt., Oct. 4, 1853; 
d. Detroit, Mich., Jan. 24, 1871. 

William Claflin Johnson (1211,102,31) b. Detroit, Mich., Oct. 15, 
1856; m. Hamilton, Ontario, Apr. 19, 1881, Flora Arella Macdonald 
[b. H., Dec. 2, 1861; dau. of David Barker Macdonald and Mary 
McDonnell]; res. D. ; real estate and timber lands; clerk 1878-81; 
manufacturer 1881-92; Ph.B. Univ. of Mich. 1878.*+ 

Helen Louise Johnson (1211,102,32) b. Detroit, Mich., Jan. 4, 1859; 
m. D., Jan. 28, 1886, Lucius Henry Collins [b. Romeo, Mich., July 
17, 1855; s. of Henry Collins and Elisabeth Palmerlee]; res. D. (189 
W. Fort St.); lawyer; grad. Univ. of Mich. 1877. 

Alice Morgan Johnson (1211,102,33) b. Detroit, Mich., Mch. 3, 1863; 
m. D., Nov. 18, 1885, Frederick J. Barnes [b. Warehouse Pt. , Jan. 
29, 1863; s. of Geo. B. Barnes and Nancy Jane Kingsbury]; res. W. 
P.; wholesale tobacco merchant; form. supt. of silk mill; J. P. ; ch. 
warden and vestryman. + 

Edith May Johnson (1211,102,34) b. Detroit, Mich., Aug. 16, 187 1; 
res. D. (189 W. Fort St.). 

CJiildren of George Hosnier {p. 211) and Harriet Parker. 

Frederick Arthur Hosmer (1211,103,10) b. New Haven, Mch. 11, 1850; 
m. N. H., May 19, 1875, Emily Eliza Mugford [b. N. H., Sep. 19, 



360 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

1853; dau. of John Mugford and Eliza Judge]; res. N. H. ; whole- 
sale coal merchant; in 2d Co. Governor's Foot Guards since 1894; 
vestryman of P. E. ch. + 

Emma Cornelia Hosmer (1211,103,11) b. New Haven, Sep. 27, 1855; 
m. N. H., Apr. 19, 1883, Samuel Tyler [b. Branford, Aug. 14, 1837; 
s. of John Tyler and Eunice Averill] ; res. Hartford (88 Hudson St.). 
Children of Martha N. Hosmer (/. 211) and Edward Lloyd. 

Edward James Lloyd (1211,103,20) b. S. Windsor, Mch. 28, 1852; 
m. Hartford, June 5, 1878, Lilla Louise Baney [b. Thompsonville, 
May 6, 1854; dau. of John Joseph Baney and Anna Kellenberger] ; 
res. H. (56 Buckingham St.) ; builder; chorister. + 

Gertrude M. Lloyd (1211,103,21) res. Hartford (56 Buckingham St.).f 

Child of Edzvard Hosmer {p. 211) and Elizabeth Hine. 
Edward Hosmer (1211,103,40) b. Sep. 22, 1853; d. Dec. 7, 1891; m. 
Margaret Montgomery; wid. res. New Haven. + 

CJiildren of fames Hosmer {p. 211) and fulia B. Hoyle. 

Charles J. Hosmer (1211,103,50) b. Galesburg, 111., Nov. 6, 1859; m. 
Chicago, 111., 1883, Catherine Willworth, who was b. C. ; res. C. 
(1507 Mich. Av.); steel salesman. f 

Alice Grant Hosmer (1211,103,51) b. Galesburg, 111., Sep. 27, 1862; 
m. Watertown, S. D., Oct. 10, 1880, Arthur Dudley Colton [b. G., 
Aug. 26, 1857 ; s. of Gad Dudley Colton and Susan Jones]; res. Chi- 
cago, 111. ; foreman of machine shop ; form, bookkeeper, farmer and 
engineer; dea. + 

Children of Charles IV. Hosmer {p. 211) and Ellen E. Russell. 

Horace Hosmer (1211,103,60) b. Haddam, Dec. 23, i860; d. H., 
Apr. 9, 1864. 

George R. Hosmer (1211,103,61) b. S. Windsor, Oct. 26, 1862; m. 
Annie Taaffe, dau. of Joseph Taaffe and Catherine Plunket; res. 
New Haven. f + 

Children of Eliza A. Grant {p. 211) and Caleb H. B. Smith. 

Sabra A. Booth Smith (1211,104,00) b. Springfield, Mass., Mch. 5, 
1848; res. Manchester.! 

Sherman Caleb Smith (1211,104,01) b. Wapping, Dec. 5, i860; m. 
Mary Kuhney; res. Hartford; carpenter and pattern-maker. *+ 

Henry Elisha Smith (1211,104,02) b. Wapping, Aug. 11, 1864; m. 
Sarah Shirrell; res. Manchester; butcher.f4- 

Willard Grant Smith (1211,104,03) b. Wapping, Nov. 12, 1868(1866); 
m. Genie Monroe; res. Manchester; farmer.f 

Children of Willard Grant {p. 211) and Elizabeth L. Clark. 

Willard Wesley Grant (1211,104,10) b. S. Windsor, Sep. 11, 1859; m. 
Wapping, Apr. 27, 1881, Rhoda Moulton [b. Portland, Mch. 18, i860; 
dau. of Turner Moulton and Semantha L. Craw]; res. Buckland; 
farmer; selectman of S. W. 6 yrs. + 

Lizzie Louise Grant (1211,104,11) b. S. Windsor, Sep. 12, 1861; d. 
Mch. 18, 1862. 



NINTH GENERATION. 361 

Children of Esther Grant [p. 211) and Lucius Talcott. 

Luella EmogeneTalcott (1211,104,20) b. Bolton, Dec. 26, 1852; m. 
Manchester Green, Jan. 5, 1883, Addison Lewis Clark [b. Webster, 
Mass., Dec. 4, 1832; d. Addison, Jan. 20, 1896; s. of Lathrop Clark 
and Lucy Perrin] res. Hartford; form. M. G. ; manufacturer of men's 
underwear.* 

Arthur James Talcott (1211,104,21) b. Bolton, Apr. 3, 1856; res. 
Hockanum ; farmer. 

Children of Esther Grant {p. 211) and Royal H. Brezver. 

Burton Grant Brewer (1211,104,22) b. E. Hartford, Jan. 15, 1870; 
m. E. Hampton, Dec. 19, 189 1, Viola Gilette Hill [b. Colchester, 
Nov. 30, 1872; dau. of Alphonso Archer Hill and Frances Elizabeth 
Carrier]; res. E. Hartford; farmer. + 

Nellie Ethel Brewer (1211,104,23) b. E. Hartford, Mch. 10, 1874; m. 
Hartford, Oct. 9, 1895, Elmer Isaac Olcott [b. Naubuc, Oct. 7, 187 1; 
s. of Isaac Isaiah Olcott and Ellen Elizabeth Risley] ; res. E. H. ; 
burnisher. 

Cliildrcn of Wealthy A. Grant {p. 211) and John Marks. 

John Marvin Marks (1211,104,40) b. Willimansett, Mass., Dec. 19, 
1854; m. Suffield; res. N. Y. C. (2557 Third Av.) ; engineer.f 

Judson Lloyd Marks (1211,104,41) b. Manchester, Nov. 11, 1866; res. 
in the West. 

CJiildren of Sarah A. Grant {p. 212) and Virgil C. Carter. 

Jennie E. Carter (1211,104,50) b. S. Windsor, Feb. 2, 1859; m. 
Manchester, Apr. 9, 1879, Frank Butler Adams [b. Paterson, N. J., 
Mch. 31, 1858; s. of Peter C. Adams and Charlotte McCready] ; res. 
M. ; physician and paper manufacturer; Univ. of City of N. Y. + 

Joseph Corydon Carter (1211,104,51) b. S. Windsor, Dec. 12, 1863; 
m. Manchester, Jan. 17, 1894, Leonora M. Brown [b. S. W. , Dec. 8, 
1864; dau. of Earned Brown and Mary Ann Freeman]; res. M. ; 
bookkeeper in retail coal yard; druggist 8 yrs., ist asst. postmaster 
4 yrs. + 

Harriet Carter (1211,104,52) b. Wapping, June 23, 1869; m. Man- 
chester, Wm. Henry Powell [b. in England; s. of Thos. Powell and 
Martin]; res. Erie, Pa. (905 W. Eighth St.); electrical en- 
gineer with Keystone Elec. Co. ; M.E. Cornell Univ. 1890. + 

Child of Angenette R. Grant [p. 212) and Almon N. Keeney. 
Ellsworth G. Keeney (1211,104,60) b. E. Hartford, July 2, 1861; res. 
Quarryville.f 

CJiild of Ahada R. Grant {p. 212) and JoJin Tryo)i. 
Angenette E. Tryon (1211, 104,70) b. Manchester, Aug. 6, 1861 (1862); 

m. Goff; res. Hartford; 2 chil.* 

Children of Waldo F. Grant {p. 212) and Euuna Schouler. 
Winifred Eleanor Grant (1211,105,00) b. Wapping, Jan. 1876; res. 
W. ; dress-maker. $ 

Grace Vivian Grant (1211,105,01) b. Wapping, Jan. 3, 1884. 



362 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

Children of Martha M. Grant {p. 212) and Norman F. Stoughton. 
Erwin Norman Stoughton (1211,105,30) b. Wapping, Dec. i, 1866; 
res. Meriden; form. Warehouse Pt. and W. ; bookkeeper and sten- 
ographer with the N. Y. , N. H. and H. R. R. ; form, clerk. 

Ethel Eleanor Stoughton (1211,105,31) b. Wapping, Aug. 16, 1869; 
d. W., Jan. 29, 1873. 

Edgar Judson Stoughton (1211,105,32) b. Wapping, Sep. 17, 1871; 
res. W. ; farmer. 

CJiildren of Hester J. Grant (/. 212) and Norman F. Stoughton. 
Hester Ernestine Stoughton (1211,105,40) b. S. Windsor, Feb. 24, 
1879; teacher. 

Martha McLean Stoughton (1211,105,41) b. S. Windsor, Sep. 3, 1881 ; 
d. S. W., Nov. 16, 1881. 

Norma Foster Stoughton (1211,105,42) b. Wapping, Nov. 21, 1887. 

Child of Ada F. Grant {p. 212) and Henry C. Hubbard. 
Earl Hubbard (1211,105,50) b. Hartford; d. H., 1884, ae 7 yrs. 

Child of Ida E. Grant {p. 212) aud William F. Clark. 
Inez Geneva Clark (1211,105,60) b. Wapping, May 17, 1875; m. W., 
Oct. 4, 1893, Joseph Henry Doane, who was b. Warehouse Pt. ; res. 
W. ; painter and paper-hanger. f + 

Child of Wealthy R. Noble {p. 2ij) and William S. Edgerton. 
Arthur Wilbur Edgerton (1211,106,10) b. Pittsfield, Mass., July 22, 
1878; d. P., Sep. 4, 1878. 

Children of Christopher L. Grant {p. 2ij) and Mina A. Coburn. 
Sandford Washington Grant (1211,107,30) b. St. Paul, Minn., Feb. 
1870; m. Sep. 1896; res. S. P.; pork packer. f 

Rosa Grant (1211,107,31) b. St. Paul, Minn., Apr. 1872; d. S. P., 
Apr. 1873. 

George Minot Grant (1211,107,32) b. St. Paul, Minn., Aug. 13, 1873; 
res. Chicago, 111. ; wholesale merchant. 

Louis Randolph Grant (1211,107,33) b. St. Paul, Minn., Dec. 29, 
1874; res. vS. P. ; wholesale merchant. 
Nellie May Grant (1211,107,34) b. St. Paul, Minn., May 3, 1878. 
Judson Henry Grant (1211,107,35) b. St. Paul, Minn., Apr. 7, 1880, 

Children of Rosclle E. Grant {p. 2ij) and Parker Paine. 
Parker Grant Paine (1211,107,40) b. St. Paul, Minn., Mch. 29, 1861; 
res. Medical Lake, Wash. 

Waldo Grant Paine (1211,107,41) b. St. Paul, Minn., June 14, 1862; 
m. S. P., Oct. 23, 1889, Louise Nettleton [b. Duluth, Minn., Oct. 31, 
1862; dau of Wm. Nettleton and Helen Scoville]; res. Spokane, 
Wash. ; form. S. P. ; wholesale and retail grocer. + 

Sherman Paine (1211,107,42) b. St. Paul, Minn., Apr. 20, 1866; d. 
S. P., a; 3 mos. 

Sandford Paine (1211,107,43) b. St. Paul, Minn., Nov. 16, 1867; d. 
S. P., 32 9 mos. 

Arthur Paine (1211,107,44) b. St. Paul, Minn., May 26, 1869; d. 
Hartford, July 4, 1873. 



NINTH GENERATION 363 

Child of Henry T. Grant (/. 2ij) and Martha A. Rockzvcll. 

Stuart Grant (1211,107,50) d. Hartford, ae a, 2 yrs. 
Children of Harriet L. Grant {p. 2 if) and Nathan D. Fitch. 

Florence Mary Fitch (1211,108,00) b. Wapping, Apr. 28, 1870; res. 
Hartford (8 East St.); bookkeeper. 

Elizabeth Alice Fitch (1211,108,01) b. Wapping-, Nov. 30, 1871; m. 
Hartford, Oct. 25, 1893, Wallace L. Haley, of New Britain [b. Wick- 
ford, R. I., Nov. 19, 1870; s. of John E. Haley and Hattie A. Wal- 
lace]; res. N. B. ; mail carrier; form, blacksmith; 9 yrs. in Co. E. 
ist Regt. Conn. N. G.+ 

Mabel Helen Fitch (1211,108,02) b. Windsorville, Dec. 14, 1873; res. 
Hartford (8 East St.).t 

Ethel Irene Fitch (1211,108,03) b. Vernon, July 27, 1878. 

Children of William G. Simmons [p. 2ij) and Mary E. Lyman. 

William Clayton Simmons (121 1, 109,00) b. Hartford, Dec. 19, 1873; 
m. Nov. 12, 1895, Mayme Moore Stuart [b. (Scranton, Pa.?); dau. 
of Wm. Stuart] ; res. H. ; bookkeeper with father; Corp. Co. F. ist 
Regt. Conn. N. G.f 

Florence Belle Simmons (1211,109,01) b. Hartford, Feb. 4, 1878; m. 
H., Nov. 20, 1895, Clarence Floyd Huling [b. N. Bennington, Vt., 
Feb. 23, 1867; s. of Milo C. Huling and Emily Amelia Phillips]; res. 
Oakesdale, Wash. ; banker and wheat broker; mayor. + 

Children of Maria A. Goodivin {p. 2ij) and Thomas B. Baker. 

Tryphena Baker (1211,130,00) b. McConnells Grove, 111., Jan. 3, 
1843; m. (1) Linn Co., Kan., July i860, Wm. Wallace Hutchin; m. 
(2) Leavenworth, Kan. (or in Col.), 1863, Edward Prentise Kinney, 
who d. Burlington, Col., Feb. 22, 1870; m. (3) B., July 31, 1870, 
Sanford Hess Smith [b. Kent Co., Mich., Dec. 11, 1846; s. of Jas. 
Monrow Smith and Lorinda Burton] ; res. Palouse, Wash. ; form. 
Molalla Prairie, Ore. ; Mr. H. was a farmer; private in 6th Kan. Vol. 
Cav. ; Mr. K. was a farmer; private in 9th Kan. Vol. Cav. ; Mr. S. 
is a miner; form, blacksmith; private in Co. D. 3d Col. Cav.$+ 

John Thomas Baker (1211,130,01) b. Stephenson Co., 111., Oct. 25, 
1844; d. McConnells Grove, 111., Sep. 27, 1852. 

Sarah A daline Baker (1211,130,02) b. Stephenson Co., 111., July 27, 
1846; d. ; m. Franklin Spurlock; chil. d. 

Children of Mary A. Goodivin [p. 2 if) and Ransom Shepard. 

William Shepard (1211,130,10) b. Nov. 23, 1837; d. July 12, 1839. 

Jacob Shepard (1211,130,11) b, Mch. 7, 1841; d. May 16, 1850. 

David Shepard (1211,130,12) b. Mch. 15, 1845; d. July 10, 1845. 

Ellen Shepard (1211,130,13) b. Dec. 12, 1846; d. Apr. 6, 1847. 

Albert Shepard (1211,130,14) b. Pecatonica, 111., July 22, 1848; m. 
Chicopee, Mass., Mch. 28, 1869, Marietta Porter [b. Belchertown, 
Mass., Dec. 31, 1847; dau. of Abraham Porter and Harriet Newell]; 
res. Brookfield, Mass. ; billiard and lunch room.+ 

Children of Daniel W. Grant {p. 2 if) and Mary Clark. 

Edway Albert Grant (1211,131,00) b. Hartsgrove, O., Apr. 20, 1845 ; 



364 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

m. (i) Windsor, O., July 3, 1866, Lucy Jane Grover [b. W. , May 26, 
1848; d. Painesville (W,), O., Jan. 19, 1897; dau. of Sylvester Grover 

and Betsy Almira Gates]; m. (2) ; res. Geneva, O. ; supt. of 

mines in Mexico since 1886; postmaster of Fargo, N. D., 1872-83; 
served in an O. Vol. Regt. 1865.! + 

Frederick Moore Grant (1211,131,01) b. Hartsgrpve, O., Feb. 12, 
1852; d. H., Feb. 20, 1854. 

Elizabeth Louisa Grant (1211,131,02) b. Hartsgrove, O., Sep. 20, 
1854; m. Cleveland, O., Feb. 22, 1876, John Foster Callender [b. 
Windsor, O., Oct. 15, 1848; s. of Robt. Foster Callender and Lois 
Winslow] ; res. H. ; farmer; postmaster. + 

CJiildren of Edmund Geer {p. 214). 

Lavon Geer (1211,132,00) d.; m. Messenger. 

Hattie Emily Geer (1211,132,01) b. Aug. 22, 1849; m. Sep. 20, 1869, 
Newton Alphonso Hart [b. Bristol, Jan. 5, 18 — ; s. of Ard Hart and 
Amanda Hart]; res. New Britain; moulder.* 

Annie Geer (1211,132,02) m. Wapping, Geo. Smith; res. Hartford.* 

Charles Geer (1211,132,03) res. Wapping.f 

George L. Geer (1211,132,04) res. New Britain (15 Fairview St.).t 

Lena H. Geer (1211,132,05) m. Oscar H. Stoughton (1120,201,26). 
CJiildren of HannaJi M. Geer {p. 2 if) and David W. Ticknor. 

Ann Elizabeth Ticknor (1211,132,10) b. Gilead, Nov. 10, 1842; m. 
Hartford, Sep. 2, 18 — , Chas. Norton Brown [b. G., Feb. i, 1841 ; s. 
of David Trumbull Brown and Almira Norton]; res. Manchester; 
form. G. ; clerk. 

Harriet Allen Ticknor (1211,132,11) b. Oct. 5, 1845; m. Chas. Morgan 
Johnson, s. of John Johnson and Solecta Strong; res. Wapping; 
farmer and expressman. + 

Frederick "White Ticknor (1211,132,12) d. unm. Gilead. 

William Albion Ticknor (1211,132,13) res. New London (Bank St.).f 
CJiildren of Harriet J. Geer {p. 2 if) and George W. SparJcs. 

Alice Louisa Sparks (1211,132,20) b. Vernon, Nov. 21, 1854; m. V., 
Apr. 16, 1878, Morris Hathaway Talcott [b. N. Bergen, N. Y., Apr. 
24, 1853; s. of Elijah Hart Talcott and Clarissa Hathaway]; res. 
Talcottville.$+ 

Nellie Harriet Sparks (1211,132,21) b. Vernon, Sep. 18, 1858; m. 
v., Nov. II, 1889, Jang Landsing [b. Hong San, China; s. of Jang 
and Wong]; res. Brooklyn, N. Y. (1284 Herkimer St.) ; mechanical 
engineer; grad. Worcester Poly. Inst. + 

Emma Elizabeth Sparks (1211,132,22) b. Vernon, Sep. 9, 1864; m. 
Victor, Col., Albert P. Rumohr, a Frenchman; res. Victor. f 

George Edmund Sparks (1211,132,23) b. Vernon, Dec. 26, 1866; m. 
v., Oct. II, 1893, Jennie Melintha Pease, dau. of Aaron Dennis 
Pease and Hannah Meroa Johnson; res. Hartford (68 Laurel St.); 
mechanic. f 

CJiildren of Frances E. Geer {p. 21 f) aiid Edzvin Pease. 
Fannie Pease (1211,132,40) m. (i) Ezra Hall; m. (2) Dr. Wm. Por- 
ter; res. Hartford (Forest St.); Mr. H. was a lawyer. f 



NINTH GENERATION. 365 

Eddie Pease (1211,132,41) d. unm. in y. manhood. 

Children of Charles G. Geer {p 21 f) and Harriet Gorton. 

Harriet Mary Geer (1211,132,50) b. Apr. 27, i860; d. s. p. June u, 
1879; m. Hartford, Feb. i, 1878, E. Coleman Webb. 

Charles Edward Geer (1211,132,51) b. Dec, 20, 1863; m. El Paso, 
Tex., May 18, 1895, Coecepcion Barbara Islas; res. Stockton, Cal. 
(1322 E. Lindsay St.).+ 

Grace Geer (121 1,132,52) b. Hartford, Feb. 16, 1867; m. H., May 

23, 1889, Chas. Edwin Shepard [b. H., May 6. 1861; s. of 

Shepard and Jane E. Merritt]; res. H. (Highland St.); insurance. + 

Fannie Elizabeth Geer (1211,132,53) b. Apr. 9, 1869; d. Feb. 5, 1873. 

Anna Burt Geer (1211,132,54) b. Hartford, Feb. 22, 1871; res. H.; 
teacher. 

CJiildren of Esther Geer {p. 2 if) and Stacy. 

Elizabeth Stacy (1211,132,60) res. in Cal. 

Howard Stacy (1211,132,61) res. Chicago, 111.* 

Children of Olive C. Geer {p. 2 if) and Alpheiis /. Lyman. 

Mary Lyman (1211,132,70) res. Easthampton, Mass.; teacher of 
French in Maiden, Mass., High School. f 

Hattie Lyman (1211,132,71) res. Easthampton, Mass.; teacher.f 

Fannie Lyman (1211,132,72) m. Orrin Burt; res. Easthampton, 
Mass. ; 4 or 5 daus.f 

Child of Luther H. Grant [p. 2ij) and Eliza Moody. 

Emma or Estella Grant (1211,133,00) d. a. 1892; m. Jas. Irwin; res. 
Springfield, Mass. ; chil. 

Children of Luther H. Grant {p. 2 if) and Anji E. Allen. 

George McClellan Grant (1211,133,01) b. Broad Brook; m. Melrose, 
Oct. 25, 1888, Kate Roxalana Gowdy [b. M. ; dau. of Francis Gowdy 
and Helen Josephine Messenger]; res. M. ; farmer.+ 

Solomon Allen Grant (1211,133,02) res Bristol; form. Broad Brook. f 

Albert or Herbert Hamilton Grant (1211,133,03) res. Melrose. f 

Annie Belle Grant (1211,133,04) m. Geo. Morrison; res. Thompson- 
ville.f 

Ida Delina Grant (1211,133,05) d. June 24, 1895; m. Harry Barrows; 
res. Manchester; electric car conductor. + 

Children of Frances E. Grant {p. 21 f) and Wilson. 

Ernest H. Wilson (1211,133,10) m. New Orleans, La., a. 1882, Frances 
Turner, who was b. in Miss. ; res. Hurst, Tex., and Texarkana, 
Tex.*+ 

Wilson (1211,133,11) (s.), m. ; res Tomberlins, Ark., 1890. 

Wilson (1211,133,12) (dau.), m. ; res. Stanley, Ark., 1890. ' 

■ Wilson (1211,133,13) (dau.), m. ; res. Stanley, Ark., 1890. 

Wilson (1211,133,14) (s.), d. bef. 1890. 

Wilson (1211,133,15) (dau.), d. bef. 1890. 

Children of Lanthe L. Grant {p. 2 if) and Young. % 

Pliny Morgan Young (1211,133,20) b. Deer Park, 111., Aug. 8, 1858; 

§ Pliny by ist m., others not indicated. 



366 THE GRANT FAMILY. 

m. Rantoul, 111., June 15, 1887, Mary Meneley [b. Penfield, 111., Sep. 
I, 1863; dau. of Lucas Meneley and Mary R. Evertson]; res. Catlin, 
111. ; pastor of M. E. ch. 2 yrs., teacher 19 yrs. ; 111. Wesleyan Univ.+ 

Susannah Keziah Young (1211,133,21) m. ; res. Rantoul, 111. 

Charles Edward Young (1211,133,22) m. ; res. Rantoul, Ill.f 

Walter Eugene Young (1211,133,23) m. ; res. Rantoul, Ill.f 
Ciiildren of Levi C. Grant (/. ^/j) and Mary E. Bascotn. 

Herbert Wildwood Grant (1211,133,30) b. Hartford, Jan. 3, 1861; m. 
Middletown, May 25, 1882, Annie Lucy Hall [b. Portland, Dec. 4, 
i860; dau. of Jas. A. Hall and Sarah Maria Taylor]; res. E. Hart- 
ford (52 Hartford Av.); milk merchant. -r- 

George Hamilton Grant (1211,133,31) b. Columbia, May 18, 1866 
(1863); m. Wapping, May 18, 1887, Ella M. Tuttle, dau. of Jas. 
Tuttle and Diana ; res. Talcottville; farmer. f + 

Mary Rosalie Grant (1211,133,32) b. Columbia, Jan. 28, 1868 (1865); 
m. Trask; res. Springfield, Mass.* + 

Fannie lola Grant (1211,133,33) b. Columbia, Feb. 23, 1870 (1867); 

m. Adams; res. E. Hartford. f + 

Child of Rosetine Grant (/>. 21^) and Henry K. Hall. 

Perley Hall (1211,133,40) b. Mch. 21, 1881. 
Ciiildren of Charles M. Grant {p. 21^) and Viola M. Eastman. 

Daisy Letitia Grant (1211,133,50) b. Stoneham, Mass., Nov. 8, 1873; 
res. Reading, Mass. 

Amy Evelyn Grant (1211,133,51) b. Stoneham, Mass., June 6, 1875; 
res. Reading, Mass. 

Grace Mabel Grant (1211,133,52) b. Stoneham, Mass., Jan. 9, 1878. 
Ciiildren of Mary A. Rockivell {p. 21^) and George F. B elding. 

Estella Cook Belding (1211,134,00) b. S. Windsor, May 7, 1848; m. 
Wapping, Mch. i, 1869, Albert Baker Dibble [b. Saybrook, Dec. 7, 
1847; ''• of Linus Cornelius Dibble and Theresa Lucretia Miner]; 
res. S. W. ; farmer. + 

Emerson Algernon Belding (1211,134,01) b. S. Windsor, Dec. 8, 1853; 
d. unm. S. W., Aug. i, 1875; res. S. W. ; farmer. 
Child of Solomon S. Buekland {p. 21 f) and Charlotte L. Burnham. 

Mary Elizabeth Buckland (1211,135,00) b. Scotland, Conn., Dec. 17, 
1861 ; m. Willimantic, Apr. 28, 1885, Arthur Edward Brown [b. Wor- 
cester, Mass., Sep. 11, 186-; s. of Edward Raymond Brown and 
Anna Clark]; res. Longbeach, Cal. ; machinist. + 

Children of Andreiv J. Buckland {p. 216) and Julia A. Turner. 

Buckland (1211,135,20) (s.), b. and d. Buffalo, N. Y., Dec. 

IS, 1857. 

Caroline Elizabeth Buckland (1211,135,21) b. Buffalo, N. Y., June 10, 
i860; d. B., July 26, 1886; m. B., Sep. 2, 1882, John H. Magee; 
wid. res. B. + 

Grace Mary Buckland (1211,135,22) b. Buffalo, N. Y., Sep. 25, 1861; 
m. Great Bend, Kan., Dec. 21, 1882, Wm. Armstr