Peter Grant Generation Report

Descendants of Peter Grant

Generation No. 1

1. PETER1 GRANT was born Abt. 1631 in was born probably somewhere around Inverness, Scotland1,2, and died Abt. 1712 in Berwick, York Co., ME3. He married JOHANNA GRANT, WIDOW OF JAMES GRANT November 28, 1664 in Kittery, York Co., ME. She was born Abt. 1644 in Salem, Essex Co., MA, and died Abt. 1710 in Maine.

Notes for PETER GRANT:
PETER GRANT (1634 – 1713)

A FAMILY IS JUST LIKE THE BRANCHES OF A TREE. WE MAY GROWN IN DIFFERENT DIRECTIONS, YET OUR ROOTS REMAIN AS ONE. EACH OF OUR LIVES WILL ALWAYS BE A SPECIAL PART OF THE OTHERS!

This Peter Grant Generation Report has been compiled by Sandi Lee Craig nee Grant, 12th generation from Peter Grant, Scot Exile. This report is for the use of all Grant cousins – but please cite the source. I thank all who have contributed and hope that the information contained in this report will help you each fill in gaps in your personal genealogies where they might occur. If you find any information pertaining to your particular branch of the Grant family incorrect or incomplete, please contact me at any of the following:
email -ewfarm@airmail.net. Or at 2005 Westridge Drive, Plano, Texas 75075-8556. PHONE/ FAX 972-424-3954. Voice mail/Cell 214-537-5460. Each person who contributes to this growing family document will be listed in the sources as well as the source of the documentation, unless you state that you would prefer not to have your name and address in this report. Thank you and may our Grant family retain the old strength as we continue to grow. Sandi Lee Craig

“Old Times Have Gone, Old Manners Changed;
A Stranger Fills the Scottish Throne.”

The following is from Edward Allen Cooper, 1134 N. 59th Dr. Phoenix, AZ 85043
email cooper@amug.org in email correspondence dated 12/6/1998
Ed Cooper’s web site: vineyard.net/vineyard/history/allen/allenhp.htm
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Immigration: 1650 @ Lynn, Essex Co. MA

During the English Civil War the Parliamentary Army executed King Charles I and his son Charles attempted to regain his father’s throne through various invasions originating in Scotland. The Scots, although by religion in sympathy with the Parliamentarians, were loyal to the Stuart dynasty.

During one of thse invasions Oliver Cromwell, Protector of England, marched on the Scots. The Scots surrounded the English army at Dunbar, but General David Leslie, commander of the Scottish army, believed that the English were still in the best position. The Covenanters (Scottish Presbyterian Church leaders) claimed that victor had been revealed to them in a vision and ordered Gen. Leslie to attack the English, which he did on 3 September 1650. 140 members of Clan Grant, including Peter Grant, fought for Prince Charles under the command of the Chief’s brother at the Battle of Dunbar. The battle lasted all day and the Scots were defeated.

The English pursued many remnants of the Scottish army as far as 8 miles before capturing them. Five thousand prisoners were taken and marched a hundred miles from Dunbar to Durham and New Castle in England. The Cathedral at Durham was converted into a prison for the Scottish prisoners.

Banks wrote, “Their food consisted of Pottage made with Oatmeal, Beef and Cabbage, a full quart at every Meal for every Prisoner. They had also Coals daily brought them, as many made about 100 Fires both Night and Day and Straw to lie upon.” Yet, 1,600 of them died in 58 days from disease and lack of medical attention to their wounds. Of the surviving prisoners 900 were sent to Virginia and 150 to New England. Peter Grant was among those deported to New England.

They sailed on the ‘Unity’ captained by Augustine Walker. The ‘Unity’ sailed in the winter instead of waiting for spring, so the trip was rough and the prisoners had scurvy, but all arrived safely in Boston near the end of December. The prisoners were sold as indentured servants for L20-30 each, and were expected to work off the price of their voyage for 6-8 years, then be given their freedom. The typical cost for passage across the sea was L5, so Capt. Walker made quite a profit.

Peter Grant was sold to work at the Lynn Iron Works in Massachusetts and like his fellow prisoners, probably received his first medical attention since the battle from his purchasers. In 1651 another battle for Prince Charles, the Battle of Worcester, resulted in the deportation to New England of Peter’s brother, James Grant, and a kinsman of theirs, another James Grant. In 1652 Peter was working for a sawmill in Maine, and probably received his freedom and L10 to start life on his own there. The Maine sawmill was in financial trouble and it is possible that the remaining Scottish prisoners were discharged from their bondage early to relieve the owners of the mill from the responsibility of feeding the laborers.

In 1656 Peter was granted land in Maine and so was free by that date. He went to Boston to look for work and is known to have spent some time in Nantasket, Massachusetts. In 1657 he moved to Dover, New Hampshire and two years later was living across the line in Kittery, Maine. Unity Parish in Berwick, Maine was founded by the Scottish prisoners and the names commemorate both one of the battles with the English and the name of the ship that carried them to America.

On 6 January 1657 Peter and James Grant were among those who formed the Scots’ Charitable Society for the relief of Scottish prisoners in the New World. Peter bought land on 21 October 1659 from James Emery in Kittery, Maine. The deed calls him “Peter Grant, Scotsman”. In 1661 Peter and James Grant were ordered by a local court in Kittery to return to Scotland to their wives, indicating that both had been married at the time of their capture. They do not appear to have returned to Scotland, perhaps because they could not affort the fare, or perhaps because after 11 years their wifes must have remarried, assuming them dead.

After Peter’s brother James disappeared in 1663/64, Peter continued to live with his sister-in-law Joanna Ingersoll. On 10 July 1664 Peter and Joanna were taken to court for living together while unmarried. Joanna was pregnant at this time and it was believed that Peter had a wife living in Scotland. Peter claimed that the child was not his, but promised to care for it, and Joanna claimed that the child was her husband’s. The court decided otherwise and penalized Peter L10 or 10 lashes. Peter married his sister-in-law and her child was born and named Elizabeth. She [Elizabeth] was raised by Peter’s kinsman, James Grant and his wife Elizabeth Everell. The kinsman James left his foster daughter Elizabeth property in his will. Peter’s will states that he has 7 children and he names them, excluding Elizabeth.

Peter’s son James Grant, in his will calls Elizabeth his half-sister, as she would have been through their mother. Peter and Joanna had no children for a period of 6 years after their marriage and it is believed that after 6 years word came from Scotland that Peter’s wife there was dead or remarried, or that this was the necessary time to ensure that Joanna’s first husband was legally dead. Peter Grant is listed on the original tax lists of Kittery, Maine and certainly lived there at least from 1661.

In 1701 he signed a deposition stating that he had lived in Kittery for over 40 years. A 1673/74 description of common lands in a deed includes the description “above Birch Point to Peter Grant’s Point”. In 1674 Peter was granted 120 acres near York Pond. In 1679 Peter and his kinsman James, signed a petition to the Massachusetts government for direct government in Kittery, Maine (Maine then being part of Massachusetts).

On 12 November 1679, his kinsman James died, leaving Peter some clothes and tools, and Peter’s son James his “fyrelock muskett, sword & belt”. In 1687 Peter served on a Grand Jury. In 1683 he was trustee of Alex Cooper’s will, and in 1693 was Surveyor of Highways and Fences. On 28 December 1704 there was an abatement of taxes given to all who had suffered in recent Indian attacks and were destitude, including an abatement in the amount of 3 schillings for Peter Grant. Toward the end of his life Peter lived at Berwick, Maine. His will was made 19 October 1709 and mentions his wife Joanna, and children William, James, Alexander, Daniel, Grizzel, Mary and Hannah. The inventory of his estate was taken 12 March 1712 and it was valued at L210:10.0. He was buried on his own land somewhere outside Berwick.

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from “The Genealogy of Peter Grant, Berwick, Maine – Leola Grant Bushman, pg. 1 – 2.”
Peter was engaged in the battle of Dunbar to preserve the English throne for Charles II, a Stuart, and the Scots were defeated in a complete rout [by Cromwell's forces]. A great many were taken prisoner, shipped in chains, and sold in Massachusetts to anyone who would pay the price, and Peter, along with others, was sold to the Iron Works in Lynn (Saugus) where he worked for two years. The Iron Works went bankrupt, and the men still in bond were presumed to have been sold again. Peter and others who came in the “Unity” from England are found in the service of one of the partners of the old Iron Works who had lumbering interests in Maine. He presumably had served out his time by 1659 as he was released, whereupon he settled in the Province of York.

Material with regard to the Scotch prisoners sold to the Iron Works may be found in the Massachusetts Archives, Suffolk County Court Files #225, Commonwealth of Massachusetts;”
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Ibid. pg. 4 – “History of Durham, N. H. – Vol. 1, p. 79 has the following:
“Peter Grant, one of the Scotsmen deported by Cromwell, was taxed at Oyster River 1659. HE HAD PREVIOUSLY BEEN EMPLOYED IN THE LYNN IRON Works. He bought land in what is now South Berwick, August 1659. A deposition made 13 Sept. 1701 calls him upwards of 70 years old. He married about 1664, Joan, widow of James Grant of York.” Court records show that a Peter and a James were ordered to return to their wives, this probably not this Peter and his brother James, as they were exiles and could not return. “Peter left eight children”. This statement also must be questioned, the author must have included the child of his brother James, Elizabeth, in this number. Deposition referred to above states he lived in Upper Kittery over forty years, i.e. prior to 1661. As perhaps we have stated elsewhere, Peter denied, and Joan denied, that Elizabeth was Peter’s child.  Elizabeth was taken into the home of James and Elizabeth Everell Grant, formerly of Boston to be cared for.”

“The first land purchased by Peter Grant in the province of Maine was the land obtained from James Emery at Kittery, Oct. 21, 1659. Other lands granted him Mar. 4 1673/4 (York Deeds III). Peter’s will Oct. 19, 1709, probated Oct. 30, 1718, lists wife Johanna and 7 children, speaking of them specifically as “Them Seven”; William, James, Alexander, Daniel, Grizel, Mary and Hannah. The will does not mention Elizabeth, daughter of his brother and Johanna. [see end for copy of will]

With regard to Elizabeth: Peter was brought before the court, accused of living with Joanna, them not being married, and she, big with child. Her husband, Peter’s brother, had disappeared and it is not known whether he had been killed by Indians or what had happened to him. Peter agreed to look after Elizabeth, but both denied the child was his.

It might be noted here that in that era danger from Indians, and the need for a provider of food and protection, probably was the necessity of Peter’s remaining in the home were James, Peter and Joanna had been living prior to James’ disapperance.”

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The Battle of Dunbar 3rd September 1650 – taken from “Scottish Battles” by C. Stewart Black, published by Brown Son & Ferguson, Ltd., 52 – 58 Darnley St., Glascow, Scotland. – as emailed by Carol Grant Sanderson – seasand@prodigy.net, May 14, 1999.

The Presbyterians of Lowland Scotland had the strongest objection to King Charles I as a religious dictator. Their faith was a matter solely for themselves and their own consciences, with which neither pope nor king might to interfere. To the house of Stewart, however, they were entirely loyal. There was no trace in them of the republicanism which formed so large a part of the policy of the English sectaries. Cromwell, the chief protagonist of that quack remedy for political ills, they hated like Lucifer, whose apostle, indeed, they believed him to be.

They esteemed him at what was probably more near to his real worth than have been the conceptions of certain historians, two Scotsmen among them, who have chosen to see in him a great man and a liberator, instead of a fanatical boor and one of the worst oppressors the isles of Britain have ever groaned under. In Scotland the Protector was told to his face that he was a servant of sin, when Zachary Boyd preached to him in the Barony Kirk of Glasgow. by way of the Bishop’s Castle, whose cellars were stored with gunpowder, ready for the match to be applied as he and his staff rode past. And it was in Scotland that he had his “crowning mercy” — from God or the devil as we may look at it.

The news of the murder of the king at Whitehall, murder in the trappings of justice, was received by the people of Scotland with horrified indignation. They had done their best to protect his person, little though they liked his principles, having even, the year before, sent an army under the Duke of Hamilton into England, where it had been cut up by Cromwell, and the Duke made prisoner, shortly to be executed. Now that the king was dead, they hastened to shew their detestation of the action of the sectaries, and to fling defiance at Cromwell and his parliament, by proclaiming the younger Charles, King of Great Britain, France and Ireland.

They were a strange people, though. They made this demonstration of loyalty to the crown; but when the greatest royalist among them came back from exile, they sent an army against him, and James Graham, Marquis of Montrose, was taken and hanged as any felon might have been.

On the 23rd of June, 1650, the young king landed at the mouth of the Spey. He had submerged his scruples, and signed both the National Covenant and the Solemn League; he would probably have signed anything at the time. Now he was in full favour with his loyal people, who installed him in Falkand Palace, and engaged relays of preachers to strengthen his faith in the pure doctrine of Presbyterianism. They were resolved to have a king, but this time they would have a hand in the shaping of him.

Cromwell was furiously angry, and possibly a little alarmed, when he learned of the turn of affairs in the north. He had imagined that the heads of all the Stewarts were on the neck of Charles I; yet here was one of them very much alive in Scotland. Strong and immediate action was urgently called for, so, with 16,000 men, he crossed the Border and marched on Edinburgh.

Meantime, the Scots had not been idle. They had collected an army for the protection of their king, and placed it under the command of David Leslie. In point of numbers, it was considerably stronger than Cromwell’s force, but in military qualities it seems to have been sadly lacking, being led, according to a writer of the period “mainly by ministers’ sons, clerks and such other sanctified creatures, who hardly ever saw or heard of any sword but that of the Spirit”. It was controlled by a parliamentary committee, composed largely of ministers, which did not scruple to dictate to Leslie and to over-ride his experienced judgement whenever it saw fit.

On the 22nd of July, 1650, Cromwell had entered Scotland, after assuring “his brethren in evil of a more easy conquest of that kingdom than all the English kings ever had.” (Baillie) Since none of them had ever succeeded in such an object, he was promising less than perhaps he imagined. Leslie was waiting for him, in a strong position between Leith and Edinburgh, with an army of 26,000 men.

The Scottish commander, who had fought Montrose and finally beaten him, was an able leader, but on his parliamentary committee, modelled apparently on the lines of a kirk session, he had such a handicap as few generals can ever have been hampered with. Their first determination was that their armed forces should be strong in the Word, whatever they might be in the field. No back-slider should be in their ranks, no man however good with sword and pike, who was not above suspicion in the matter of the Covenant. A series of courtmartials were therefore established, and before the end of August, with Cromwell and his formidable array close at hand, some four thousand men were expelled from the Scottish army for lack of godliness. As will readily be understood, these were almost the whole of the real soldiers in Leslie’s command. The clerks and the ministers’ sons were left to him.

On 28th July Cromwell established his camp at Musselburgh. Somewhat to his surprise, he found the people of Scotland as determinedly hostile to England and Englishmen as ever their forebears had been. They were so blindly stubborn that they refused to recognise in him a protector, and saw only an invader as detestable as any Plantagenet or Tudor.

He decided to make an appeal to their commonsense, and besought “God’s elect in Scotland” to ally themselves with their fellow-elect across the Border. To the ministers, who, he realised, were his most bitter opponents, he addresses a special appeal. “I beseech you,” he wrote “in the bowels of Christ, think it possible you may be mistaken.” In particular, he urged them to read the twenty-eight chapter of Isaiah, from the fifth to the fifteenth verse; but if he believed that Scottish ministers may ever be persuaded to admit that “they err in vision, they stumble in judgement,” his experience of the race must have been a limited one. All his arguements and his texts fell unheeded on deaf ears, and he realised that if Scotland was to be won it could only be with the sword.

He decided, therefore, without more adon, to make an effort to capture Leith, and so secure a base for his shipping, through which much-needed supplies might reach his army. He quickly found that he was matched against a general who knew more about the strategy of war than he himself did. Leslie occupied a position which completely commanded both Leith and Edinburgh; and, although the Ironsides attacked him gallantly enough, they were driven off with considerable loss and pursued back to Musselburgh by Leslie’s horse.

Now followed several weeks of manoeuvering, marching, and counter-marching. Cromwell was in serious straits. The harbour at Musselburgh was quite inadequate for his needs, and, unless he could secure a better base, he was threatened with famine. As it was, during a month he lost 5,000 men, mainly from disease brought on by exposure and insufficient food.

Giving up all hope of taking Leith, he made several attempts on Queensferry, but each time he was outwitted by Leslie, whose superior military genius and more intimate local knowledge enabled him to seize the key posiitons which commanded every approach to the firth of Forth.

Cromwell was forced to move southward, and still he was out-generaled. He fell back on Dunbar, which he reached on the 1st of September, and that same day Leslie’s men occupied the Doon Hill, a commanding height to the south of the town. There was no shaking off the determined Scot, who next despatched a force to occupy the Pease Bridge, a narrow pass controlling the road to Berwick.

Cromwell was in a trap, which would not be easily got out of. His enemies blocked his way to the south. If he attempted to force a passage, he would have to fight with all the advantages against him, and could scarely hope for success. To retreat by sea was impossible. the weather was stormy; he had not enough ships to accommodate all his men; and, apart from those difficulties, embarkation, with Leslie’s troopers hovering around and ready to pounce at any favourable opportunity, would probably have cost him half his force. He said himself, in a letter, that escape would require “almost a miracle”.

The situation could scarsely have been worse. Yet stout-hearted Oliver did not despair. “We have much hope in the Lord,” he wrote, “of Whose mercy we have had large experience.” He was to be justified in his confidence. The miracle happened.

On the evening of the 2nd of September, the English were astounded to see the Scots coming down from their hill. All night through, columns of them filed down on to the plain, and by morning they had given up the whole of their advantage. To Cromwell it must have seemed that Leslie had gone mad.

The ministers had been at work again, teaching their general his business. In vain he pointed out that he had maneuvered the English force into a position from which their escape was practically impossible, and that in time they would be compelled by famine to surrender. There was no need for the Scots to risk the uncertain outcome of a battle. But the committee of amateur tacticians were impatient. The Lord had been good to them. Victory was within their reach. Let them snatch it without further delay.

Some of the preachers put a sudden end to the argument by marshalling their flocks and leading them down the hillside. Leslie could do nothing else than follow.

When Cromwell saw the new position taken up by the Scots, well might he exclaim, as he is said to have done, “the Lord hath delivered them into my hands.” They had the Brock Burn, within its deep banks, on their left; behind them was the steep slope of the hill; if they failed to achieve a speedy success they would find it impossible either to retire or to execute a change of front. They would be completely hemmed in when once he had taken up the position he contemplated.

Before daybreak, on 3rd Septemer, the English began to move south from Dunbar. With a body of horse and two regiments of foot, they made good the passage of the burn, near the spot where it is crossed by the Berwick road. The Scottish pickets were driven back, and the entire English force passed safely over the stream, to take up a line facing the Scots and closing the box in which those unfortunates had put themselves.

The attack began as soon as the two armies were opposite each other. The onset was by the English. Lambert’s brigade and Monk’s made the first advance. They were received with the greatest resolution, and forced to retire with considerable loss. Then Cromwell himself led forward three regiments of foot and one of horse. They, too, were stoutly met by the men to whom Leslie had entrusted his first line. But Cromwell’s troops were fresh. The others had already fought Monk and Lambert. The Ironsides forced their way on, till they had only the clerks and ministers’ sons to deal with. Those gentlemen promptly fled, throwing the whole army into confusion. The battle was over. Two regiments “fought it out manfully, and were all killed as they stood.” Of the rest, many surrendered immediately; the remainder of the “sanctified creatures” threw away their weapons and ran, with the English dragoons hard on their heels, cutting them down in swathes.

At Dunbar the Scots had three thousand killed, and lost some ten thousand prisoners. The English losses must have been trifling, as it was in their flight that most of the Scots were slain.

Had Leslie been allowed to retain his ungodly veterans, there would probably have been a different ending to the battle, and a different course to the subsequent history of Britain. He himself declared, in a letter to Argyll, “I take God to witness we might have as easily beaten them as we did James Graham at Philiphaugh, if the officers had stayed by their troops and regiments.”

As it was, Cromwell was to trample on liberty for several years more. He died on the 3rd of September, 1658. It might have been eight years earlier to the day if David Leslie had had a free hand and his own men at Dunbar.

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from “History of York Maine”, Vol. 1, by Charles Edward Banks, Sponsored by the Old York Historical Society, York Maine – Peter E. Randall Publisher, 1990, Portsmouth, New Hampshire (copy found at the downtown Dallas Public Library – 1998)

Chapter XVIII THE SCOTCH PRISONERS’ SETTLEMENT

To the two victories of Cromwell with his Ironsides at Dunbar and Worcester we are indebted for about a dozen Highlanders sent over as “prisoners” who became the founders of the settlement and parish which has ever since been known by the name of “Scotland”. Their story furnishes one of the picturesque chapters in early New England history, and this town, like a number of others in the other provinces, shared in their romantic experiences and later careers.
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Peter died in 1712 and his will was made Oct. 19, 1709 [inventory was 2 March 1712/13]. Probate Office 3, 7: P
“In the Name of God ament the Nineteenth day of October, one thousand Seven hundred and nine in the Eight year of Reign of our Soveraign Lady Ann by the grace of God of Great Brittain France & Ireland, Queen defender of the faith &tc. I Peter Grant of Kittery in the County of Yorke in the Province of the Massachusets Bay in New England being aged & Creasey in body but of good Memory Praise be to God for it and Knowing the Vncertainly of this Life on Earth & being Desireous to Settell things in Order to make this my last weill & Testament in manner & form following that is to Say first & principelly I commit my Soul to almighty God who gave it and my body to be buried According to the Discreation of my Successors in a Christian & Decent manner and as Touching the worldly Goods & Estate the Lorth hath Lent me my Will & meaning is the Same Shall be Imployed and bestowed as hereafter by this my will is Expressed and first I do Revoke frustrate and make Void all wills by me formerly made and Declare & appoint this my Last will & Testament.
Item I will & bequeath to my Loving wife Johannah all my moveables Estate at her Disposing as also the whole use of my home Steed housing barns Lands & Orchards and dwelling place During her Naturall Life.
Item I will and bequeath to my Son William a Grant of Land granted me by the Town of Kittery of fifty acres.
Item I will and bequeath to my Son James ten Acres of Land where his Young Orchard now is at the head of my Home Steed Dwelling place as I laid it out to him.
Item I will & bequeath to my two sons Alexander & Daniel my home Steed & Dwelling place where I now live in Equal halves after my now wifes Decease.

Item I will & bequeath to my Children William, James, Alexander, Daniel, Grizell, Mary & Hannah to them Seven in Equeal Shears all my out Lands & meadow wheresoever it by Lying in marnner or form whatsoever.

Signed, Sealed & Delivered in Presents of us: Phillip Hubord, James Emery, Daniel Emery

I do appoint my Son Daniel Grant to be my Executor of this my will & Testament – Peter Grant”

Notes for JOHANNA GRANT, WIDOW OF JAMES GRANT:
In the summer of 2000 there was a large email ‘brewhaha’ re Johanna Grant’s maiden surname. Previously it had been listed as Ingles and Ingersoll. A Ingersoll genealogist made loud and clear claims that there could not have been a Johanna Ingersoll of the date and place where this ‘widow of James Grant’ appeared. So several of us have agreed to list her as “Johanna, widow of James Grant”.

I personally feel that the James Grant who returns to Berwick with a wife Elizabeth [married in Boston] is the same James Grant who was the husband of said Johanna. This type of behaviour would be constant with the practices of the Scots at the time….and totally against their Puritan neighbors philosophies! [slc]

What is known is the following records taken from “New Wold Immigrants – Volume I, edited by Michael Tepper, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1979:L

And further records taken from “Province and Court Records of Maine Vol II – Edited by Robert E. Moody, PhD. Portland: Maine Historical Society, 1947

July 2 1661 [2:156} Inquest July 2:1661 "Wee present Peter Grant a Scotchman for not returneing home to his wife. Wee present James Grant a Scotchman for not returneing home to his wife."

July 5, 1664 [2:2-2] Wee present Peter Grant & Joane Grant the wife of James Grant deseased for liveing In one house togeather, hee owneing of her as his wife & they being not married. Witness Richard Abbutt

Whereas Itt appears by Peter Grants acknowledgement of his keepeing Company with Joane Grant In soe familiar manner as If they ahd been lawfully married which they never were nor Could bee, because the Grants wife is yett alive for any thing that is known to the Contrary, & the sd Joane Grant being now bigg with Child, It is ordered by the Court as followeth:

In reference to Peter Grants presentment for his offence herein shall either pay tenn pounds In to the Treasury or to have tenn lashes given him on the bare skine.

Peter Grant appeales from this sentence to the next Court houlden for this County. Peter Grant & Tho. Doughty do Ingage them slaves In a bond of 201i that the sd Grant shall prosecute his appeale to the next County Court & the sd Grant & Doughty do Ingege In a bond of 201i that further Peter Grant shall take meete care to mantayne the Child of the sd Joane Grant soe soone as shee is delivered.

Sep 13 1664

Att a Court of Assotiats September 13:1664: Itt is further ordered by this Court, for preventing any further evill betweene the sd Peter and Joane Grant by there frequent unlawfull Comeing together, that hereby theere shall bee and is an Act of seperation made betweene them, after publication whereof it they shall bee at any tyme found frequently or unseasonably togeather, &* that It do Legally appeare, each person shall either forfitt tenn pounds to the County Treasury or bee lyable to such other Censure as the Law in such Cases doth provide.

[This couple married 28 Nov 1664 according to an attested copy of the Kittery town records, now lost [Suff. Court Files 137175] and Capt. Jaems, their son, was born 23 March 1671/2. The child the bride was ‘big with’ became Elizabeth. This Elizabeth was made chief heir as “Elizabeth Grant, daughter of Joane wife of Peter Grant” in James Grant’s will 1679. Peter Grant’s will named his seven children, “them seven’ – Elizabeth was NOT LISTED.]

Children of PETER GRANT and JOHANNA GRANT are:
2. i. JAMES2 GRANT, b. March 23, 1669/70, Kittery, York Co., ME; d. Bef. April 16, 1742, Berwick, York Co., ME.
3. ii. WILLIAM GRANT, b. Abt. 1671, Kittery, York Co., ME; d. Abt. 1722, Berwick, York Co., ME.
4. iii. GRIZELL GRANT, b. Bet. 1670 – 1680.
5. iv. MARY GRANT, b. Abt. 1676, Berwick, York Co., Maine.
v. HANNAH GRANT, b. Bet. 1670 – 1680.
vi. PETER GRANT, b. Bet. 1670 – 1680; m. MARY THOMAS; b. 4.
vii. ALEXANDER GRANT, b. Abt. 1674; d. Aft. 17375.

Generation No. 2

2. JAMES2 GRANT (PETER1)6 was born March 23, 1669/70 in Kittery, York Co., ME, and died Bef. April 16, 1742 in Berwick, York Co., ME7,8. He married (1) MARY NASON9 October 06, 1693 in Kittery, York Co., ME10, daughter of JONATHAN NASON and SARAH JENKINS. He married (2) RACHEL STONE Bef. 1709, daughter of DANIEL STONE and PATIENCE GOODWIN.

Notes for JAMES GRANT:
JAMES GRANT – (1672 – 1735)

The following narrative was emailed by Edward Allen Cooper cooper@amug.org -
on Saturday, Dec 5, 1998.

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James Grant – born on 2 March 1672 in Kittery, York Co., ME. James died in Kittery, York Co. Maine on 3 Nov 1735; he was 63. Occupation: carpenter. Probate: 20 Oct 1741.

James Grant was baptized along with his oldest son in December 1725. Between 1728 and 1735 he lived on the Great Works River.
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from “The Genealogy of Peter Grant, Berwick, Maine – Leola Grant Bushman.
pg. 6″

“James was a carpenter, juryman, collector of taxes 1714, representative to General court 1725-7 and 1732 [York Co. 1880 p. 303] He was Captain in the Indian Wars 1725. Was wounded in 1692 by Indians when a young man.”
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from “Kittery to Kansas”

A carpenter by trade, James was the first of many Grants to serve with distinction in the military foces. Early records of Berwick show that he was paid 200 pounds for building a trading post on the Saco River. In 1725 he was a captain of the troops charged with protecting the settlers from attacks by the Indians. Captain James took his company of men to the Norridgewock area to assist in resisting an Indian raid, considered to be the alst of the great Indian attacks on the New England settlers.

For services performed for his fellow townsmen, Captain James was given a tract of land of 70 acres. Two months after this recognition by his townsmen he died – Nov 3, 1735.
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Children of JAMES GRANT and MARY NASON are:
i. JAMES3 GRANT11, b. October 08, 169412; d. February 15, 1699/0013,14.

Notes for JAMES GRANT:
“From Kittery to Kansas”
Captain James Grant, II fought at Louisburg [French fort in Nova Scotia] as a captain in Jeremiah Moulton’s Massachusetts Regiment.
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6. ii. PETER GRANT, b. December 14, 1696, Berwick, York Co., ME; d. Aft. April 29, 1756, Berwick, York Co., ME.
iii. MARY GRANT15, b. February 12, 1699/00, Berwick, York Co., ME15; d. Abt. April 29, 1756; m. ANDREW WALKER; b. 16.
iv. SARAH GRANT17, b. September 12, 1701, Berwick, York Co., ME17; d. March 11, 1793; m. JOSEPH AUSTIN; b. 18.
7. v. JAMES GRANT, b. December 08, 1703, Berwick, York Co., ME; d. April 1745, Woolwich, Sagadahoc, ME.

Children of JAMES GRANT and RACHEL STONE are:
vi. DANIEL3 GRANT, b. Abt. 1709, Berwick, York Co., ME; d. Abt. 1749, Berwick, York Co., ME.
vii. ELIAS GRANT, b. 1713, Berwick, York Co., ME; d. Abt. 1759; m. MARGARET GOODWIN, Bef. 1735.
viii. JOSHUA GRANT, b. Abt. 1715, Berwick, York Co., ME; d. Bef. 1751.
ix. RACHAEL GRANT, b. Abt. 1717, Berwick, York Co., ME; d. Aft. 1759.
x. ELISHA GRANT, b. Abt. 1719, Berwick, York Co., ME; d. Bef. 1747.
8. xi. ELIJAH GRANT, b. Abt. 1722, Berwick, York Co., ME; d. 1822, Palermo, Waldo, ME.

3. WILLIAM2 GRANT (PETER1) was born Abt. 1671 in Kittery, York Co., ME, and died Abt. 1722 in Berwick, York Co., ME19. He married (1) JANE WARREN August 06, 1692 in Berwick, York Co., ME20, daughter of JAMES WARREN and MARGARET UNKNOWN. He married (2) MARTHA NELSON December 26, 1695 in Berwick, York Co., ME, daughter of CHARLES NELSON.

Child of WILLIAM GRANT and JANE WARREN is:
i. JANE3 GRANT, b. December 26, 1692, Berwick, York Co., ME; m. MICUM MCINTIRE, July 09, 1708.

Children of WILLIAM GRANT and MARTHA NELSON are:
ii. WILLIAM3 GRANT, b. July 27, 1696.
iii. ALEXANDER GRANT, b. August 01, 1699; d. Aft. 173221.
iv. MARY GRANT, b. October 17, 1701.
v. MARTHA GRANT, b. December 18, 1704.

Notes for MARTHA GRANT:
[ancestor of Bob Descoteaux]

vi. CHARLES GRANT, b. Bef. July 19, 1719; d. Aft. 175321.

Notes for CHARLES GRANT:
from Christine Pettit – was located in Somersworth, Stafford New Hampshire by 1769 , died after 1753 (?)

4. GRIZELL2 GRANT (PETER1) was born Bet. 1670 – 1680. She married JOHN KEY, JR. 1697, son of JOHN KEY and LOVELY UNKNOWN. He died 1737 in Berwick, York Co., Maine22.

Children of GRIZELL GRANT and JOHN KEY are:
i. JAMES3 KEY, b. November 18, 1697, Kittery, Maine.
ii. JOHN KEY, b. November 22, 1699, Kittery, Maine23; m. CHARITY UNKNOWN; b. 24.
iii. MARY KEY, b. December 15, 1701; d. May 10, 178824; m. MOSES TIBBETS, March 18, 1724/2524.
iv. WILLIAM KEY24, b. February 04, 1702/03; m. MARY HODSDON; b. 24.
v. PETER KEY24, b. 1705.
vi. ABIGAIL KEY24, b. 1707.
vii. GRIZELL KEY, b. Bef. October 12, 1735.

5. MARY2 GRANT (PETER1) was born Abt. 1676 in Berwick, York Co., Maine. She married JOSEPH PRAY Abt. 170024, son of JOHN PRAY and JOANNA UNKNOWN. was born 25.

Children of MARY GRANT and JOSEPH PRAY are:
i. ANNA3 PRAY, d. January 22, 1732/3326.
ii. ELIZABETH PRAY, b. April 12, 1704.
iii. JOHN PRAY, m. EXPERIENCE UNKNOWN27.
iv. SAMUEL PRAY, m. DOROTHY CROMWELL27.
v. JOANNA PRAY, m. UNKNOWN YEATON; b. 28.
vi. MARY PRAY, m. UNKNOWN WALLINGFORD; b. 28.
vii. MARTHA PRAY, m. UNKNOWN ALLEN28; b. 28.
viii. MIRIAM PRAY, m. UNKNOWN LORD; b. 28.
ix. PETER PRAY29, m. MARY ROBERTS29.

Generation No. 3

6. PETER3 GRANT (JAMES2, PETER1)30 was born December 14, 1696 in Berwick, York Co., ME31, and died Aft. April 29, 1756 in Berwick, York Co., ME. He married (1) LYDIA FOST32 February 24, 1716/17 in Berwick, York Co., ME, daughter of JOHN FOST and ELIZABETH UNKNOWN. He married (2) MARY LORD 1739, daughter of SAMUEL LORD and MARTHA WENTWORTH.

Notes for PETER GRANT:
“From Kittery to Kansas”
Peter, the second son of Captain James and Mary Grant, was born December 14, 1696. As his older brother, James, died in infancy, Peter took a leadership role as was then customary for the oldest son of a New England family. He hunted and fished for food, cut and split wood for the fireplaces, and performed dozens of other chores. There were no formal schools. Children were taught to read and write and do arithmetic by their parents or older relatives. Occasionally itinerant teachers passed through the community and conducted classes for a short period of time.

Peter was baptized on July 19, 1719 in the church which his grandfather and namesake, Peter, had helped found in about 1700. In early 1717 or 18 [there is confusion as to the exact year] Peter married Lydia Fost [Frost is sometimes shown on the records]. The first pastor of the Berwick church, the Reverend Jeremiah Wise, preformed the marriage ceremony.

Peter and Lydia had seven children. After Lydia’s death, Peter married Mary Lord Stewart in 1739. And another seven children were born of this union – he sired a total of 14 children.

Peter continued the tradition of military service begun by his father, Captain James I. He served in the Louisburg Expedition in early 1745 and was commissioned a Lieutenant. This expedition was a successful British raid on a French fort on Capt Breton Island, the easternmost point of Nova Scotia. Peter’s brother, Captain James Grant II, born in 1703, also served on this expedition.

THE LOUISBURG EXPEDITION

The French and English were continually at odds, but in 1744 Spain was at war with England. As soon as the French became aware of this, they began urging the Indians to attack the settlements again. During these years there the Indian attacks increased in intensity. Hardly a town existed that did not have houses burned, Women and children and the men were killed or carried into captivity. Many men were required to repel the Indians, and their instigators, the French. Early in the spring of 1745 an expedition was sent to Louisburg on Cap Breton Island, the easternmost point of Nova Scotia. This was the second largest fort in all America at that time, eclipsed only by Quebec.

The expedition consisted of four thousand men and thirteen vessels, along with ships carrying stores and ammunication. They had in all about two hundred guns. William Pepperell of Kittery was the leader of the expedition and his aide was Samuel Waldo of Falmouth. Lt. Co.. William Vaughn of Damariscotta who planned the expedition was there and the fleet was under the command of Edward Tyng of Falmouth. When this force got to Louisburg, it was joined by a Commodore Warren with four British war ships. Six other ships arrived during the battle and the fleet had now some six hundred ninety guns. The forts of rht French were built of stone, and some of the small cannon were ineffective, and after the siege of six weeks the fort surrendered to the English.

Following the victory, the men who had comprised some of the forces from the Province of Maine wished to return to their homes immediately.

Lieut. Peter Grant was authorized to collect any bounty monies belonging to those who could not wait, and to bring back to Berwick for them. Among the 47 persons who designated Lt. Grant as their agent in signing receipts were Elias Grant, Peter’s half brother’ Solomon Walker, his cousin, and others.

Peter operated a farm on Blackberry Hill near Lovers Brook which he sold in 1739, when , it is believed, he moved back to Berwick. After his death in 1756, his will was probated and the inventory showed a net worth of 1,078 pounds, quite a sum of money for that time. This is why he was albe ot leave bequests to uncles, sisters, in addition to all of his living children. Peter is buried in Burwick.

LIEUTENANT PETER GRANT’s WILL – Probate Office: 9, 162

“In the Name of God Amen.

The 29th Day of April 1756, I Peter Grant of Berwick in the County of York in the Province of ye Massachusetts Bay in New England Gentlamen, being Sick & weak in Body, but of perfect Mind & Memory, Thanks be given to God; And calling to Mind the Mortality of my Body, and knowing that it is appointed for all men once to die, do make & ordain this my last Will & Testament, that is to Say, principally & first of all, I commend my Soul into the Hands of God that gave it, and my Body I recommend to ye Earth to be buried in a christian decent Burial at ye Discretion of my Executors, nothing doubting but at ye General I Syhall receive ye Same again by ye mighty power of God. Adn as Sucyh worldy Estte wherewith it hath please God to bless me in this Life, I give demise & dispose of ye Same in ye following Manner & Form.

I give & bequeath to my dearly beloved Wife Mary Grant all my homestead or home place House Barn Orchard Improvements, all my Utensils of farming Work, as Carts Wheels Plows Harrows Small Cains Axes & Crow and all other Utensils or Implements of that kind; As also all my Stock of What kind soever as Cows Oxen Sheep Swine & my Mair, for her and my young Family’s Support & Maintenance until my two Sons james & Samuel Grant comes to lawful Age, and all my household Good & Furnature I give & Bequeath to my aforesd Wife to be her’s & at her Disposal to distribute & give among my Children as She Sees Cause to dispose of them, reserving a Yoke of Oxen & a Cow for my funeral Charges.

Item. I give & bequeath to my two well beloved Sons James & Samuel Grant, a hundred Acres of Land more or less in equal Shares or halves joing by ye South Side of Hoopers Land & by great Works River from ye Pont to Benja Hodsdons Southwest Corner; And from Said Corner Strait to ye Cove at great Works River to them & their respective Heirs lawfully begotton of their ?Bodies to be possessed & enjoyed by them with the House Barn and other Improvemnts, when they shall come to ye Age of twenty one as also a yoke of the Calves for each of my Said Sons out of the above Stock.

My Will also is, that my Son Alexandr is he Sees Cause may have the Improvement of ye Ten Acres of Land where his House & Barn now is for Ten Years.

Item. I give & bequeath to my well beloved Son Peter Grant Junr all my Right in hom hond Fathers Estate or homestead down in Town; And all that I purchased of my Uncles Daniel and Alexander Grant, and that I bought of Joseph Woodsom, and also a piece of Land at Love’s Brook, beginning at Mine & Chadbourns Coerner by the High Way & running down the Brook on ye Eastern Side of ye Brook to the Pond Book, then running twelve Rods East from the Mouth of ye yond Brook to ye old Fence where Joshua Abbot lately clearld, and from thence to Chadbourn’s Line reserving a Way to me and my Heris & Assigns to pass and repass to the County Road forever, To be my Said Sons Peter Grantjr and his Heirs Lawfully begotten of his Body forever.

Item. I give & bequeath to my three well beloved Sons, Landers, Daniel & Alexander Grant Seventy five Acres of Land at Love’s Brook beginning at the Highway at ye South Side of Love’s Brook running as the fence now Stands until it comes to miles Thomsons & my dividing Fence; then running down the Fence to Biles Marsh as the Fence now Stands, then Northeast to Biles & my Corner at Love’s Brook, then to Hodsdon’s & Plaisteds till ye Said Seventy five Acres be fully Accomplished, to them & their respective Heirs lawfully begotten of their Bodies in equal Shares, forever to divide among themselves according to quantity & quality as they see proper, reserving to me my Heirs & Assigns Liberty to pass & repass thro any of the above given Lands, at Love’s Brook to the Country Road forever.

Item. I give & bequeath to my loving Brother & Sister Andrew Walker & Mary Walker two Acres of Lnd in ye old Cornfield at Love’s Broos and the Liberty of Cutting twenty five Cocks of Hay yearly during their natural Life, if they See Cause to improve it, And the remainder of my Land at Love’s Brook not disposed of in this my Will, I leave to pay my lawfull Debts is needs be. And if what I leave hereafter to pay my honest & lawful Debts be Sufficient then the Said remainder part of Land at Love’s Brook I give & bequeath in equal Shares to my aforesd Six Sons. My Will is further that Joshua Abbott be allowed the Improvement of what he cleared at Love’s Brook for four Years in Consideration of his Labour, Still reserving to my Son Peter Grant for his own Use, the wood on ye point on the South Side of Love’s Brook at the Mouth of ye Brook as Deacn Libby’s Land & mine runs to Bile’s Marsh.

Item. I give & bequeath to my well beloved Daugter Mary Hambleton her Heirs or Assigns Ten pounds thirteen Shillgs and four pence to be paid her in lawful Money by me two Sons Peter & Daniel equally in Six Years after my Decease.

Item. I give & bequeath to my well beloved Daughter Sarah Hambleton her Heirs or Assigns Ten pounds thirteen Shillings and four pence lawful Money to be paid her by my two Sons Landras & Alexander Grant in Six years after my Decease.

Item. I give & bequeath to my well beloved Daughter Lydia Grant, Ten pounds thirteen Shillings & four pence lawful Money a Cow Bed & Bedding to be paid her by my Wife at a proepr apprizal in part of the above Sum, and ye remainder if any shall be wanting to make up ye abouve Sum to be paid her by Son James when he comes of full Age.

Item. I give & bequeath unto my well beloved Daughter Dorcas Grant Ten pounds thirteen Shillings & four pence L. M. a Cow Bed a& Bedding to be paid by her Mother at a proper Apprizal to discharge Said Sum the Remainder if any there be to be paid her by my Son Samuel when he comes to full Age.

Item. I give & bequeath to my well beloved Daughter Martha Grant a Cow & a great Pot to be paid her by my Wife at a proper Apprizal to make up ye like Sum of Ten pounds thirteen Shillings & four pence, & ye Remainder to be paid her by my Son James Grant.

Item. I give & bequeath to my Daughter Brizzel Grant Ten Pounds thirteen Shillings & four pence, two great Pewter Platters half a Dozn Plates to be paid her by her Monther in part thereof, The Over plus by my Son Samuel when he comes full Age.

My Will is further that John Key and his Heirs may enjoy that part in the little Mill which he has improved provided he clears me & my Heirs from Col. Ichabod Plaisted & his Heirs and produce Receipts to that Effect otherwise ye sd part of sd Mill be Sold to discharge Said Debt.

Item. I give to my Son Landras one Acre of Land in the Beaver Dam Country, my new french gun I give to my Son James my old french Gun I give to my Son Sam my other Six Guns two Pistols & Sword my Land in ye New Township ______Beaker Grant all my other out Lands all my Mill [excepting three days ______-I leave with my two Sons Peter & James Grant] I leave to pay my honest Debts, as also my three great Chaius Canting Dog and great Clavis I leave to pay my Debts after my Sons has fulfilled their Contract.

My Will is futher that my White Oak Logs cutt & to be cutt be Sawed & my part of them to pay Samuel Wentworths Debt My pine Logs in the River Brow & Mill pond I leave to discharge my Debts, and Support my Family with Bread Coren.

My Will is further that all Debts due to me go towards ye Payment of my honest Debts –

Finally I make constitute appoint & ordain my well beloved Sons Peter Grant Junr and Landras Grant to be the Sole Executors of this my last Will & Testament, utterly revoking disannulling & making void all former or other Wills Executors Legacys & Bequests heretofore by me in any wise made willed or named ratifying & Confirming this & none other to be my last Will & Testament. In Witness whereof I have here unto Set my hand & Seal the Day & Date above written.

Peter Grant

Signed Sealed published pronounced & declared by the Said Peter Grant as his lant Will & Testamt in the presence of us Witnesses: Grindal Knight, Ephraim Joy, John Sullivan

Probated 12 July 1756. Inventory returned 13 July 1756 by Grindal Knight, Benjamin Hodsdon and Patrick Gowen appraisers.

Children of PETER GRANT and LYDIA FOST are:
9. i. LANDRES4 GRANT, b. Bef. September 11, 1726, Berwick York Co., ME; d. September 15, 1802, York Co., ME.
10. ii. MARY GRANT, b. 1719, baptised 7/19/1719, Berwick, York Co., Maine.
11. iii. PETER GRANT, JR., b. 1720, baptised 7/24/1720; d. October 22, 1793.
12. iv. SARAH JANE GRANT, b. 1723, baptised 4/25/1723.
v. ALEXANDER STONE GRANT, b. 1727; m. MARGARET HODSDON; b. 33.
vi. DANIEL GRANT, b. 1727; m. SARAH CLEATS; b. 33.
vii. SILAS GRANT, b. 1729.
viii. JAMES GRANT33, m. MARY HODSDON.

Children of PETER GRANT and MARY LORD are:
ix. JAMES4 GRANT, b. 1737.
13. x. SAMUEL GRANT, CAPT., b. 1740, Berwick, York Co., ME; d. August 13, 1805, Clinton, ME.
xi. DORCAS GRANT, b. 1741.
xii. LYDIA GRANT, b. 1744.
xiii. MARTHA GRANT, b. 1745.
xiv. GRIZZELL GRANT, b. 1746.

7. JAMES3 GRANT (JAMES2, PETER1)34 was born December 08, 1703 in Berwick, York Co., ME34, and died April 1745 in Woolwich, Sagadahoc, ME. He married SARAH JOY SAVAGE, daughter of JAMES SAVAGE and LOVIE UNKNOWN. was born 35.

Notes for JAMES GRANT:
JAMES GRANT -

from narrative sent by Ed Cooper – cooper@amug.org on Dec 5, 1998

“In 1738/39 a lawsuit was filed against him for goods sold to him by Berwick traders.

In 1743 James Grant left Berwick and moved to Montsweag (now Woolwich), Sagadahoc, Maine. In the spring of 1745 he was a member of the Louisburg Expedition, which the Brittish sent against the French at the stone fort at Louisburg, Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia, then the 2nd largest fort in America. The expedition consisted of 4,000 men in 13 ships with 200 guns. They were joined by Commodore Warren with four Birtish warships and then by 6 other ships, making a total of 690 guns. Louisburg surrendered to the British after a 6 week seige.

At Woolwich James lived on a farm [Lot 16] on Montsweag Brook, near Hilton Fort. The farm was near Tappan’s Mill and James owned 1/4 interest in the mill, together with his father-in-law, James Savage. They improved the mill until the local Indians began making trouble for the settlers. Grant, Savage and others built a garrison and lived there. The garrison was attacked by Indians and James Savage and some of the other settlers were killed. In 1751 James Grant petitioned the Kennebec Proprietors (Kennebec County) for a tract of land. In the subsequent grant he is called ‘a House Carpenterman and Gentleman of Berwick’. It is significant of his high social standing that he is here called a gentleman and that in other records he is invariably termed either Mr. Grant or Capt. Grant. This land grant was probably the 100 acres (Lot B-214) he owned on Montsweag Brook, near Tappan’s Mill and not far from where the modern Maine Highway 1 crosses Montsweag Brook. In 1757 James Grant was a Captain in the Montsweag Militia and was a prominent citizen of the area. In 1760 the first town meeting of Woolwich was held and Grant was elected Selectman. He and his brother Elijah were able to convince the town the pay for the building of a road to their mill, although he later sold his own interest to his son, Capt. Andrew Grant.
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from “The Genealogy of Peter Grant, Berwick, Maine, by Leola Grant Bushman.

page 3. “Capt. James I had a company of men, 1725, containing members from Berwick and other towns, the report covered three marches: June 25, Oct. 4, Sept. 21 to Oct. 9; and Oct. 13 to Nov. 14.”
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Children of JAMES GRANT and SARAH SAVAGE are:
i. ANDREW4 GRANT, CAPT..
14. ii. EPHRAIM GRANT, b. 1731; d. 1799.

8. ELIJAH3 GRANT (JAMES2, PETER1) was born Abt. 1722 in Berwick, York Co., ME, and died 1822 in Palermo, Waldo, ME. He married SARAH UNKNOWN.

Notes for ELIJAH GRANT:
Berwick, York Co., Maine – Land Records:

ELIJAH GRANT – wife SARAH: Date 13 April 1784 – she is releasing right of dower to land being sold.
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Elijah Grant of South Berwick (York Co. Probate 31:263)
- as taken from York County, Maine Will Abstracts 1801 – 1858, Vol. 1, pg. 383
Maine Genealogical Society Special Publication No. 27
compiled by Joseph Crook Anderson II, CG, Picton Press, Camden, Maine

“Laboring under bodily infirmity
To my wife Sarah Grant, 1/3 of all my Real estate and personal estate during her natural life.
To my son Ichabod Grant, 5 acres on the East side of the road joining land of William Warren Jr. and Joshua Nason, and also 5 acres of woodland situated on Rocky Hill so called joining Hodsdon’s land for and during his nature life, and after his decease if he should have no children lawfully begotten my will is that the 2 pieces of land shall become the property of my son Nathan Grant.
To my son Nathan Grant, all the remaining part of that field on the east side of the highway joining the land that was formerly Samuel Abbot’s, likewise all the lands on the West side of the highway now belonging to me together with my dwelling house and all other bulidings and all other estate which I may be possessed of at the time of my decease, excepting such parts as have been or shall be hereafter mentioned in this my last will.
To my son Ichabod and to my 2 daughters Hannah Grant and Olive Grant, the use and interest of the West end of my dwelling house with the cellar under the same so long as they shall remain single and unmarried.
I reserve 6 rods by 4 rods of land where the burying place now is for the use and benefit of all my family, hereby ordering that the same never shall be sold.
To my son Edmund, $20, and to the children of my late son Elijah Grant deceased, $1 each, and to my son Stephen, $1, and to my daughter Sarah, 1 cow, and to my daughter Ester, $1, to be paid within 3 months after my decease.
Appoint my son Nathan Grant sole execeter.

Dated: 25 May 1822 Signed with his signature

Witnesses: Benjamin Greene, Frederic A. Greene, J. Bowen, C. Greene
In Probate: 7 Oct 1822
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Children of ELIJAH GRANT and SARAH UNKNOWN are:
i. ICHABOD4 GRANT36.
ii. NATHAN GRANT36.
iii. HANNAH GRANT36.
iv. OLIVE GRANT36.
v. EDMUND GRANT36.
vi. ELIJAH GRANT36, d. Bef. 182237.
vii. STEPHEN GRANT38.
viii. SARAH GRANT38.
ix. ESTER GRANT38.

Generation No. 4

9. LANDRES4 GRANT (PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1) was born Bef. September 11, 1726 in Berwick York Co., ME39, and died September 15, 1802 in York Co., ME40. He married MARY [AMY] SHOREY41 September 03, 1745 in Berwick, York Co., ME- by Rev. Jeremiah Wise42,43, daughter of DEA. SHOREY and AMY HODSDON. She was born 1729 in baptised 5/18/172944, and died Bef. 177544.

Notes for LANDRES GRANT:
Landras Grant and his wife, Mary Shorey had 14 children, only three of these children were married.
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“The Genealogy of Peter Grant, Berwick, Maine – Leola Grant Bushman”
pg. 13. A Landras Grant served in the Revolution [Mass. S & s]
GRANT, LANDRAS, private in Richard Rogers Co., Col. Gerrish’s Regiment of Guards, enlisted 7-29-1778, discharged 10-5-1778. Service 2 mo., travel included, muster roll at Winter Hill.

Because of the above Lander’s age a question is raised. He would have been 52 years of age at the time. This should have further proof as to the identity of the Revolutionary service.”
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from The Revolutionary War – Maine – Supplement to Soldiers, Sailors, and Patriots of the Revolutionary War – MAINE – compiled by Major General Carleton Edward Fisher, Picton Press, Rockport, Maine – page 145 -

GRANT, Landers/Landras/Launders, PS, ME; b. Berwick 1726; d. 1802; m (1) Amey (2)Love; m (1) 1745; (2) Berwick 1776 -; B-4b, p 405; B-4d, pp 121, 191; CL 40″
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“From Kittery to Kansas”

Born in Berwick, Maine in 1726, Landras was the fourth child born to Lt. Peter and his first wife, Lydia. On September 3, 1745[6?] [here again there is confusion about the exact year] Landras married Mary [also written Amy or Amry] Shorey. The same minister who married Landres’ parents, the Reverend Jeremiah Wise, performed the ceremony. Landres and Mary had twelve children.

A Landras Grant is recorded as having served for a few months with a Massachusetts untiol during the Revolution. His father spelling the name “Landras” in his will.
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Children of LANDRES GRANT and MARY SHOREY are:
15. i. JOHN5 GRANT, b. 1747, Berwick, York Co., ME; d. June 15, 1820, Rutland, Meigs Co. OH.
ii. REUBEN GRANT45.
16. iii. MARY GRANT, b. Abt. July 06, 1750, Berwick, York Co., ME.
iv. LYDIA GRANT45.
v. AMY GRANT45.
vi. SALLY GRANT45.

10. MARY4 GRANT (PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1) was born 1719 in baptised 7/19/1719, Berwick, York Co., Maine, and died 46. She married JOHN HAMILTON. was born 47.

Children of MARY GRANT and JOHN HAMILTON are:
i. LYDIA5 HAMILTON, b. 1741, baptised 1/5/174147.
ii. TWIN HAMILTON, b. 1741; d. 1741, no other name given, presumed died at birth.
iii. SARAH HAMILTON, b. 1743, baptised 9/23/1743; m. STEPHEN PERKINS, March 09, 175747; b. 47.
iv. JOHN HAMILTON, b. 1746, baptised 13 May 1746, Berwick, York Co., Maine47; m. (1) JUDITH GOODWIN; m. (2) HANNAH TURRELL, September 27, 1792, Maine48.
v. HANNAH HAMILTON, b. 1750, baptised 6 July 1750, Berwick, York Co., Maine49.
vi. MARTHA HAMILTON, b. 1753, baptised 24 Jan 1753, Berwick, York Co., Maine49; m. JOSEPH CHADBOURNE, September 12, 177149.
vii. OLIVE HAMILTON, b. 1754, baptised 3 July 1754, Berwick, York Co., Maine50.

11. PETER4 GRANT, JR. (PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1) was born 1720 in baptised 7/24/1720, and died October 22, 179351. He married ELES (ALICE) GUPTIL in Maine, daughter of NATHANIEL GUPTAIL and MARY UNKNOWN. She was born 1723 in baptised 9/29/1723, and died 52.

Children of PETER GRANT and ELES GUPTIL are:
17. i. NATHANIEL5 GRANT, b. November 25, 1742.
ii. PETER GRANT53, b. 1746; d. January 25, 177754.

Notes for PETER GRANT:
from ‘History of York Maine’ by Charles Edward Banks, – York in the Revolution – pg. 417, Peter E. Randall Publisher, Portsmouth, New Hampshire, 1990

“In the company of Capt. Daniel Wheelwrights of Wells, Josiah Bragdon and Josiah Parsons served as his Lieutenants; Richard Adams as Sergeant; and Jotham Baker as Corporal. The following from York also were privates in this company: Stephen Bridges, John Beal, Peter Grant (who died January 25, 1777), Shubael Nason, Oliver Plumbery, Abraham Preble, John Sutton, Archibald Rutledge, Abraham Sawyer and Ebenezer Young.”

iii. MARY GRANT, b. 1748.
iv. ELISHA GRANT55, b. May 20, 174956; m. DORCAS HEARLE57, January 23, 1772, First Church of Berwick, Berwick, York Co., ME57.
v. ELIJAH GRANT, b. 1750.
vi. JONATHAN GRANT, b. 1755.
vii. RACHAEL GRANT, b. 1755.
viii. JAMES GRANT, b. 1746.

12. SARAH JANE4 GRANT (PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1) was born 1723 in baptised 4/25/172358. She married GABRIEL HAMILTON July 17, 1746 in Maine by Rev. Jeremiah Wise, Fee received 14 shillings59. was born 60.

Children of SARAH GRANT and GABRIEL HAMILTON are:
i. LYDIA5 HAMILTON, b. October 29, 174860; d. February 22, 1843; m. SAMUEL JOY, August 08, 1764; b. September 21, 174260; d. April 04, 1829.

Notes for SAMUEL JOY:
Has Revolutionary War service – re Leola Grant Bushman “The Genealogy of Peter Grant, Berwick, Maine” pg. 12.

ii. JAMES HAMILTON, b. 1750, baptised 6 july 1750, Berwick, York Co., Maine60.
iii. JOHNATHAN HAMILTON, b. 1752, baptised 8 april 175261.
iv. MARGARET HAMILTON, b. 1754, baptised 11/ aug 175461.
v. PATIENCE HAMILTON, b. 1755, baptised 20 nov 1755; m. JEREMIAH LORD; b. 62,63.

13. SAMUEL4 GRANT, CAPT. (PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1)64 was born 1740 in Berwick, York Co., ME, and died August 13, 1805 in Clinton, ME. He married ABIGAIL JONES September 20, 1766 in Berwick, York Co., ME65, daughter of JOHN JONES and PRISCILLA UNKNOWN. She was born in Dover, NH.

Notes for SAMUEL GRANT, CAPT.:
CAPT. SAMUEL GRANT (1740 – 1805)

from Chapter VII – Samuel Grant (#1227) – Leola Grant Bushman (pg. 73)

“This man’s story has been written up in many commentaries on the history of the State of Maine, and portions of the information here is gathered from “The American Series of Popular Biographies, Maine Edition”; some from Nash’s “History of Augusta”; “Armoury and Blue Book”, and various other publishments.

Samuel was the son of Lieutenant Peter and Mary (Lord) Grant, she his second wife. He grew to young manhood in Berwick and served in the Revolution. He was Captain of the 6th (3d Berwick) Company, Second York County Regiment of Massachusetts Militia; list of officers chosen by the several companies in said Regiment, as returned by John Frost and others, field officers, dated at Kittery, Apr. 23, 1776, ordered in Council April 29, 1776 that said officers be commissioned; reported commissioned April 29. He was also drafted from his regiment and endorsed for a march to Rhode Island May 7, 1777. He served 2 months 14 days on the trip to Rhode Island, and received a warrant for pay for the travel to and from camp in Rhode Island (Tiverton>). He was also Captain in a list of officers chosen to command the battalion under Lt. Col. Joseph Storer, drafted from York County brigade by order of the General Court of Aug. 9, 1777, discharged Nov. 30, 1777, service 123 days, travel included with the Norther Army, discharged at Queman’s Heights. Information concerning this service taken from “Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors in the Revolution.”

Samuel married an Abigail Jones, daughter of John and Priscilla Jones, of Dover, N.H. This was prior to the Revolution, in 1768, and his only son, Peter, was born of this union. Samuel later married Mrs. Elizabeth Seward or Sayward – maiden name not known but apparently no children from that marriage.

Samuel bought and sold land in Vassalborough right after the Revolution, a great deal of the lands dealt in were tax sales, estate sales and from judgments levied. After copying about sixteen extract out of the multiple deeds concerning his transactions in Hancock County, the identity of this Samuel seemed to be settled.

He then seems to have gone to Pittston and became involved in the lumber business and amassed a forturen. In his will he leaves to “MY ONLY SON” all his real estate. Samuel’s listing in the Maine Census in 1790 at Pittston Lincoln County, shows 4 males over 16, 1 male under 16, 3 females and one other. Thre is no indication anywhere that he had any other sons, so cannot account for the additional persons in his home. Whether Abby was still alive at that time is not known.

Spoken of in the American Series of Popular biographies, (Maine Ed.) p. 167 as a quiet, reserved man, he spent his last days chiefly in Gardiner with his son Peter. He died in Clinton Aug. 13, 1805 and his grave is in the family lot in Gardiner Cemetery in the Episcopal Churchyard.
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There is a Samuel Grant DAR Chapter in Maine
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From “History of Augusta, Maine” (1904) by Charles Elventon Nash [it was in mss. form until 1961 when it was published by Edith L. Hary, a librarian who learn of it)
p. 305 " September 4, 1791. Peter Grant 1770-1836 was the son of Samuel Grant 1740-1805 who was a native of Berwick and became a Captain in the Revolutionary Army. After the war, Samuel Grant came to the Kennebec and located at Gardinerston, now Pittston."....This goes on to give the same information given previously, but not in full form, by the newspaper clipping quoted. It also notes the fact that SAMUEL GRANT gave the masts for the frigate CONSTITUTION. This ship was famous druing the trouble with Great Britain in 1812 and covered herself with glory."
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Gardiner ME area newspaper as cited by Bushman, pg. 74:

"The Grants are Scotch. From Inverness where the family formed two large and powerful clans.  Samuel Grant married Abby Jones of Berwick 20 Sept. 1766. He raised a company of soldiers in York County and marched to the siege of Boston. A Lieutenant in the fight at Bunker Hill, he was afterwards made Captain. After serving in Rhode Island, he came to Gardiner, Maine, later moving to Vassalboro and Clinton, where he established the first lumbering business on the Sebasticook River.

He gave the first masts for the frigate CONSTITUTION built in Boston. He was a member of the Massachusetts Convention, and the Treasurer of Clinton, Maine."
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Child of SAMUEL GRANT and ABIGAIL JONES is:
18. i. PETER5 GRANT, b. February 1770, Berwick, York Co., ME; d. June 10, 1836, Gardiner, York Co., ME.

14. EPHRAIM4 GRANT (JAMES3, JAMES2, PETER1) was born 173166,67, and died 179968. He married ABIGAIL THURREL69 July 04.

Child of EPHRAIM GRANT and ABIGAIL THURREL is:
19. i. EPHRAIM5 GRANT, b. September 19, 1756, Berwick, York Co., ME; d. 1832, Frankfort, Waldo Co., ME.

Generation No. 5

15. JOHN5 GRANT (LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1)70 was born 1747 in Berwick, York Co., ME71, and died June 15, 1820 in Rutland, Meigs Co. OH72. He married (1) AGNES REID/REED November 04, 1773 in Berwick, York Co., ME73, daughter of ISAAC REID and REBECCA UNKNOWN. She was born in York Co., ME, and died February 07, 1780 in York Co., ME74. He married (2) SARAH TURNER BOLTWOOD75,76 February 13, 1782 in Berwick, York Co., ME77, daughter of UNKNOWN BOLTWOOD and UNKNOWN TURNER. She was born May 15, 1760 in Berwick, York Co., ME78,79, and died March 20, 1825 in Pomeroy, Miegs Co., Ohio80.

Notes for JOHN GRANT:
JOHN GRANT (1747 - 1820)

Land Records - from http://geocities.com/Heartland/9211/COOPER.htm

Daniel Cooper of Berwick purchased 10 acres of land in Berwick bounded by land of James Goodwin, John Hill, Honathan Hamilton and Alice Cooper on 3 sept 1788 for $40 from JOHN GRANT of BERWICK, GENT. The deed was signed by JOHN and SALLY GRANT and witnessed by Dominicus and Hannah Goodwin. [York Deeds - Wol 51, p. 181]

Daniel Cooper also had purchased 20 acres from JOHN GRANT and Jonathan Hamilton [ibid. Vol 92, p 167]

Jonathan Hamilton Jr. of Berwick, merchant sold to Daniel Cooper for $130.00 10 acres net to Alexander Cooper, John Hill, Esq. & Daniel’s land which he purchased from CAPT. JOHN GRANT. The deed is dated 9 Sept 1800 & was witnessed by Oliver Hamilton & John Hamilton. [ibid. Vol 76, p. 211]
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ABSTRACT OF GRAVES OF REVOLUTIONARY PATRIOTS, VOL. 2

John Grant, Miles Cemetery, Rutland, Meigs Co., OH 55
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SOLDIERS, SAILORS, and PATRIOTS of the Revolutionary War Maine, Carleton E. Fisher and Sue G. Fisher, compilers -
pg. 311
John Grant, private MA
b. York Co. Maine1746
d. Meigs Co., Ohio, 1820
m. (1) Agnes Reed (2) Sarah Boltwood.
CL-2, 148:103; MOCA
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Land Records – Ohio- Meigs Co.

Document #2103 – cash entry – signature, date 1834/03/05
Baseline U.S. Military Survey TWP – 8N Range -12 W Sect – 11 Acres-40
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MASSACHUSETTS SOLDIERS AND SAILORS IN THE WAR OF THE REVOLUTION,
VOL. 6, page 729
GRANT, JOHN, Berwick. Official record of a ballot by the House of Representatives, dated June 23, 1776, for choice of officers to command the 6 regiments raised to serve before Boston until April1, 1776; said Grant chosen Quarter Master of Col. Lemuel Robinson’s regt., raised in Suffolk and York counties; appointment concurred in by Council Jan. 23, 1776; also, Quarter Master, Col. Henry Jackson’s regts.; Continental Army pay accounts for service from June 30, 1777 to Nov. 28, 1777; also, return certified at Camp near Morristown, April 30, 1780, of officers and men belonging to Col. Lee’s, Col. Henley’s and Col. Jacksons’ refts., and men belonging to Massachusetts in Col. Henry Sherburne’s regt., who were incorporated into a regiment under the command of Col. Henry Jackson, agreeable to the arrangement of April 9, 1779; rank Quarter Master; residence, Berwick; appointed June 30, 1777; said Grant appears among officers belonging to Col. Henry Jackson’s regt. who were not included in the above arrangement; reported resigned Nov. 28. 1777.
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from ‘The Peter Grant Family’, prepared Jan. 15, 1943 by Eric P. White:
page 5
John served as a private in a company of men raised in York Co. Maine for Continental Service. D. A. R. Record of Mrs. Amanda Kautzen (#143711).
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taken “From Kittery to Kansas” by William D. Grant- privately published in May 1979: AND CONTAINS MANY UNTRUTHS RE ‘our’ JOHN GRANT – WILLIAM APPARENTLY TOOK THE NAME OF ANY JOHN GRANT AND MADE THE PERSON INTO HIS JOHN GRANT. FROM ALL MODERN RECORDS THE JOHN GRANT BURIED IN OH and married to AGNES REED AND SARAH BOLTWOOD WAS ONLY A PRIVATE – AND HE DID SERVE AT THE BATTLE OF BUNKER HILL WHERE PERHAPS HE MET AND GOT TO KNOW SETH JONES. SETH ALSO MOVED TO THE SAME AREA OF OH. [slc - 2003]

“John Grant, born in 1746 in Berwick, was the first born of Lander’s 12 children. John would have been 29 when the war broke out with the British. While accurate and vital records are lacking, presumably he enlisted on a non-commissioned status in 1776, and was commissioned as a quartermaster that year. John obviously had a good record and came out a captain, continuing the tradition of military leadership demonstrated by his grandfather Lt. Peter Grant, and his great-grandfather, Captain James Grant. THIS IS NOT ‘OUR’ JOHN GRANT. THIS JOHN GRANT IS BURIED IN ME

We have record of his service with Ethan Allen’s Green Mountain Boys, made famous by their capture of Ticonderoga giving them control over the Lake Champlain area. Beacuse of this successful action, Congress granted the Green Mountain Boys the same pay as Continental soldiers and recommended the New York Assembly employ them in the army under their own officers. It was at this point that John Grant joined Ethan Allen’s forces. [AGAIN, PROVEN TO BE ANOTHER JOHN GRANT not THE ME/OH JOHN GRANT ANCESTOR - slc 2003]

Certain basic statistics about the American Revolution – frequency of engagements, casualties in battle, deaths in camp, prisoners of war, size of the army at any given time, total number of participants, geographical spread or concentration of its actions – have never been compiled. In consequence the dimensions of that war have always been hazy. The names of a few generals and of a few big battles or campaigns are the chief legacy. Yet it was a long war, full of wearing, small actions, its theater streatching from the St. Lawrence River to the Gulf of Mexico and inland to the Mississippi River, and the fortunes of the combatants rising or falling, though most of the major battles went against the Americans. We simply do not know which battles John Grant was involved in, as the records do not disclose the regiments identified with various actions.

Many Maine men fought and lost their lives, some of them probably unnoted, inasmuch as the rolls of these various small companies were not kept in any concerted fashion. A count of those mentioned in the record listing Berwick soldiers totals 260 men from Berwick alone. This list seems like a great many from such a small area. Leola Grant Bushman suggests reading the novel ARUNDEL by Kenneth Roberts. The names included there lists many Maine men including those from Berwick. Kenneth Roberts wrote two other books – A RABBLE IN ARMS and of an earlier period in Maine NORTHWEST PASSAGE.

Two full companies were raised in Berwick. They were commanded by Captain Philip Hubbard, and Daniel Wood. Capt. Wood was soon after promoted to Major, and Ebenezer Sullivan, a brother of General John Sullivan, succeeded him in command. More than one hundred from the two companies were minutemen who were enlisted May 5, 1775 and remained in the army throughout the entire struggle.

Some of those who enlisted had seen service in the French and Indian wars, being engaged at Louisburg. Spencer writes: ‘The town order book, from which the names of the soldiers are taken is very ancient and uninviting in appearance; much of the writing is becoming illegible, many of its pages soiled and worn.’

Spencer goes on to state: ‘Captain Hubbard’s company fought at Bunker Hill. Other Berwick men were in the expedition through northern Maine to Quebec. Some were at Valley Forge, at Springfield, Providence, West Point, Peekskill; others at Camden and Falmouth to protect the shipping. Many werein the hardest battles of the war.’

Many of the names listed are familiar to us from the search for our own. Spencer again: ‘In 1777 there were frequent calls for men for three years or more during the war. The town’s quota was thirty-five. Twenty six of these actually enrolled in the service are given here.’ In another place – ‘Money was lavishly contributed by all patriots, both young and old, for soldiers’ food, clothing and blankets. The enlisting took place at private houses. Jacob Shorey’s house was used for this purpose in 1777.’

Sources of Captain John Grant’s military service: Mass. Soldiers & Sailors of the revolutionary War – Maine Historical Society; Heitman’s Register of Officers of The Continental Army’ Military Service Records (NNCC); National Archives (GSA) Washington, D.C.; Ohio Historical Society, Inc. A list of Regolutionary soldiers of Berwick, on file in the Maine Historical Society at Portland includes: “Captain John Grant, Army, 1780″.” WILLIAM GRANT LEAPS TO THE CONCLUSION THAT HIS JOHN GRANT WAS A CAPTAIN. THIS CAPT. JOHN GRANT LIES BURIED IN ANOTHER STATE AND WAS MARRIED TO A SUSAN! [slc 2003]
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More About JOHN GRANT:
Burial: Miles Cemetery, Rutland, Meigs Co., OH81

Children of JOHN GRANT and AGNES REID/REED are:
i. JOHN6 GRANT I82, b. April 15, 1775, York Co., ME83; d. April 22, 1784, died when 7 or 8 years old84,85.
20. ii. SAMUEL GRANT, b. September 26, 1777, Berwick, York Co., ME; d. March 16, 1867, Pomeroy, Miegs Co., OH.
21. iii. LANDRES GRANT, b. February 15, 1779, Berwick, York Co., Maine; d. September 11, 1839, Meigs Co., OH.

Children of JOHN GRANT and SARAH BOLTWOOD are:
iv. LYDIA6 GRANT, b. April 26, 178385; m. (1) JOSHUA C. THOMPSON, Bef. 1816; d. September 181786; m. (2) STEPHEN PEASE, Aft. 181787; d. 185388.
22. v. AGNES GRANT, b. June 27, 1786, Berwick, York Co., ME; d. August 27, 1873, Chester, Meigs Co., OH.
23. vi. JOHN GRANT II, b. April 02, 1789, York Co., Maine; d. December 16, 1889, Delphon, KS (100 yrs, 8 mos. 14 days).

16. MARY5 GRANT (LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1)89 was born Abt. July 06, 1750 in Berwick, York Co., ME. She married EBENEZER TUTTLE90,91.

Children of MARY GRANT and EBENEZER TUTTLE are:
i. EBENEZER6 TUTTLE92, b. 1773, Berwick, York Co., ME93.
ii. REUBEN TUTTLE94, b. September 08, 1775, Berwick, York Co., ME95.
iii. WENTWORTH TUTTLE96, b. January 15, 1777, Berwick, York Co., ME97.

17. NATHANIEL5 GRANT (PETER4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1) was born November 25, 174298. He married ELIZABETH GOODWIN99. She was born 175599.

Child of NATHANIEL GRANT and ELIZABETH GOODWIN is:
24. i. BENJAMIN6 GRANT, b. May 16, 1777; d. 1872.

18. PETER5 GRANT (SAMUEL4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1) was born February 1770 in Berwick, York Co., ME, and died June 10, 1836 in Gardiner, York Co., ME100. He married NANCY BARKER September 1791, daughter of WILLIAM BARKER and ABIGAIL UNKNOWN. She was born in Liverpool.

Notes for PETER GRANT:
PETER GRANT (1770 -1836)

Came with his father to the Sabsticook. He became a Major, probably in the War of 1812. Peter established a shipyard at Bowman Point. He founded the old Gardiner Bank and was its first President. He built a fine house in Gardiner, when it was torn down the summer of 1897 an old coin was found in the chimney place dated 1790.

It is claimed that he left a fortune to his six children, therefore one of the other children died, probably Catherine died in childhood, at least it was more than likely she died prior to her father’s death.

from Bushman, Chapt. VIII, page 75
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from the “Ecclesiastical” Chapter of Gardiner, ME History

pg. 260 “The germ of the Methodist Church in Gardiner was formed in 1802 at Bowman’s point, where in the following year a meeting-house was erected, on the intervale just north of PETER GRANT’s house.–This edifice was never finished, as there was a tendency in the society to concentrate in the villages of Hallowell and Gardiner.–It continued to be used occasionally for worship, till about 1830, when it was taken down.”
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Children of PETER GRANT and NANCY BARKER are:
25. i. WILLIAM B.6 GRANT, b. May 02, 1792.
26. ii. SAMUEL CLINTON GRANT, b. March 25, 1797, Hallowell, ME; d. December 12, 1853, Hallowell, ME.
iii. ELIZABETH GRANT, b. April 23, 1799; d. April 16, 1832; m. ARTHUR BERRY, May 18, 1828.
iv. ABBY J. GRANT, b. September 28, 1794; m. WILLIAM BRADSTREET, June 02, 1816.
v. ANN GRANT, b. March 15, 1801; d. June 23, 1808.
27. vi. PETER GRANT, b. February 26, 1806.
28. vii. CATHARINE ANN GRANT, b. April 22, 1808.
viii. ELLEN GRANT, b. February 12, 1811; d. December 08, 1812.
ix. THOMAS ALEXANDER GRANT, b. February 25, 1814; d. February 17, 1852.

19. EPHRAIM5 GRANT (EPHRAIM4, JAMES3, JAMES2, PETER1) was born September 19, 1756 in Berwick, York Co., ME101,102, and died 1832 in Frankfort, Waldo Co., ME103. He married ABIGAIL THURELL104 July 04, 1779 in Berwick, York Co., ME105,106,107.

Children of EPHRAIM GRANT and ABIGAIL THURELL are:
i. HANNAH6 GRANT, b. 1780108.
29. ii. JAMES GRANT, b. June 01, 1781, Berwick, York Co., ME; d. Abt. 1865, Castine, ME.
iii. SAMUEL GRANT, b. 1783108.
30. iv. ANDREW R. GRANT, b. March 27, 1784, Frankfort, Waldo Co., ME; d. April 15, 1868.
v. JONATHAN GRANT, b. 1786108.
vi. MOSES GRANT, b. 1788108.
vii. SALLY GRANT, b. 1790108.
viii. EPHRAIM GRANT, b. January 21, 1794108.
ix. NATHANIEL GRANT, b. 1796109.
x. CHARLOTT GRANT, b. 1799110.

Generation No. 6

20. SAMUEL6 GRANT (JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1)111 was born September 26, 1777 in Berwick, York Co., ME, and died March 16, 1867 in Pomeroy, Miegs Co., OH112. He married HANNAH DAVIS113 January 02, 1803 in Bangor, Maine – married by Rev. Seth Noble114, daughter of EZRA DAVIS and REBECCA POMEROY. She was born May 10, 1780 in Pittston, ME115,116,117, and died February 08, 1870 in Pomeroy, Miegs Co., OH118,119.

Notes for SAMUEL GRANT:
SAMUEL GRANT (1777 – 1867)

Ancestry of the Grant Family – as given by Samuel Grant in 1850

“Tradition says that three brothers (MATHEW, NOAH, SOLOMAN) were smuggled to this country from Scotland some time in 1600′s or 1700′s, and settled in the east. SAMUEL GRANT’s great grandfather’s name was PETER and he was twice married and had 6 children by each wife. His grandfather’s name was LANDRES, and he was born in Berwick, Maine. He married MARY SHOREY and they had 14 children; on three of these were married. JOHN, one of these children, was married twice. His first wife’s name was AGNES REID. They had three children, JOHN, SAMUEL and LANDRES. JOHN died when he was 7 or 8 years old. JOHN, Sr. married SARAH TURNER BOTWOOD for his 2nd wife and they had 3 children; LYDIA, AGNES and JOHN II. LYDIA married JOSHUA THOMPSON; he died and she married a 2nd time to STEPHEN PEASE. AGNES married JOHN KNIGHT; they had 12 children. They died in Chester, Meigs Co., Ohio. JOHN II was married to MEHITABLE MAYHEW and they had 8 children. JOHN II’s wife, Hetty, died in Iowa in 1865. JOHN died in Delphon, KS, Dec 16, 1889, at the age of 100 years, 8 mo., 14 days.

SAMUEL GRANT was born in Berwick, ME Sept 26, 1777. HANNAH DAVIS, his wife, was born in Pittstown, ME, May 10, 1780. They were married in Bangor, ME Jan 2, 1805; moved from Maine to Ohio in 1817 in a two horse wagon. There were two wagons containing the following persons: SAMUEL GRANT, wife and 8 children; JOHN KNIGHT and wife AGNES GRANT (half sister to Samuel Grant) and 8 children; LANDRES GRANT, full brother of Samuel; the father and wife of Samuel (named John); John and wife (half brother of Samuel) and infant, and JOHN PEARCE. They crossed the Ohio River at Wheeling, WV, came down to a little town called Warren. There they traded two horses and both wagons for a small flat boat and went down the Ohio River to what is now called Silver Run in Meigs Co., JOHN KNIGHT riding one horse and leading the other.

SAMUEL GRANT and wife, HANNAH DAVIS, had 11 children. Their names and dates of birth are as follows: OLIVER GARLAND, Maine, May 14, 1804; ROYAL C., Oct 3, 1805; EBENEZER T., Sept. 27, 1807; LYDIA, March 4, 1809; JOHN T., March 10, 1811; ELIZA O., April 13, 1813; SALLY T., Dec 9, 1814; CYRUS, Jan 2, 1817; WILLIAM H., Feb 6, 1820; SAMUEL R., Feb. 26, 1824; BELINDA S., Feb. 22, 1826. The last three were born in Ohio.

EBENEZER TUTTLE GRANT married Sarah Jones; had 7 children; Mitchell Warren, Benson, Candace, Oliver, Helen, Harvey and Ezra. (I may not have these in the order of birth)

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from Meigs County Ohio History Book, pub. 1979, The Meigs County Pioneer and Historical Society, Inc. , pgs 161- 162

“Samuel J. Grant, born September 26, 1777, in Berwick, Maine, died March, 1867, in Pomeroy, Ohio. In 1799 he was appointed surveyor for Maine and surveyed and made plats of a large part of the state. He married Hannah Pomeroy Davis, January, 1803, in Maine. Samuel Grant, his wife and children accompanied by his father, John Grant, Sarah Boltwood Grant and others landed at Silver Run, Ohio, December, 1817. The trip by wagon and flatboat took eleven weeks. Samuel Grant settled first in Rutland, Ohio, and subsequently moved to Chester, Ohio, where he opened a sawmill.
In 1824-1825 Samuel Grant and Josiah Dill took title to eighty acres and 160 acres respectively of Congress Land being part of Section 8, one of the exempted sections in the Ohio Company purchase. The title to which was conveyed by patent signed by President John Quincy Adams.
In 1829 Samuel Grant, Oliver Grant and others formed an association ” The Union Mill Company” to build a grist and sawmill. Samuel Grant operated the mill until 1836 when it was sold to V. B. Horton.
Samuel Grant was a direct descendant of Peter Grant, one of the early settlers of this country. Peter Grant, born in Scotland in 1631, fought in the Battle of Dunbar, Scotland, September 1650, was captured by Oliver Cromwell, and shipped to the colonies bound in chains aboard the Unity . Peter Grant and a number of Scots were sold into indentured service to the Saugus Ironworks at Lynn, Massachusetts, near Boston. (The Ironworks has been restored and stands today as it did 300 years ago.) Later, Peter Grant went to Berwick, now York County, Maine. In 1664 he married Joan, widow of his brother James. He died 1709 – 1712 in Maine.
Peter’s descendants in this line were: James Grant, born 1671, married Mary Nason; his son, Peter Grant, born 1696, married Lydia Fost; his son Landers Grant, born 1726, married Mary Lord; his son, John Grant, a Revolutionary soldier, born 1746, married first to Agnes Reed, then Sarah Boltwood. He died 1820 and is buried in Miles Cemetery, Rutland, Ohio. Children by Agnes Reed: John Grant, (died age 9), Samuel Grant and Landers Grant by Sarah Boltwood; Lydia, Agnes, (married John Knight) and John.
Samuel Grant, subject of this sketch, married Hannah Pomeroy Davis in Maine. Children were: Oliver, born 1803; Royal C. born 1805; E. T. Grant, born 1807; Lydia; John, born 1811; Eliza, Sally and Cyrus.  William H., born 1820 and Belinda were born in Ohio.
Royal C. Grant married Lovina Fuller. He was an inventor and machinist in Middleport, Ohio. John E. Grant, a descendant of Royal Grant, is a banker in Jefferson City, Missouri. William H. Grant married Esther Hobart and settled in Middleport. He was associated with his brothers, John and Samuel, Jr., in a successful steam flouring mill. William T. Grant, a descendant, founded the Business Men’s Assurance Company of Kansas City, Missouri in 1903. His son, William D., is currently chairman of the Board. Submitted by John Grant
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Last Will and Testament of Samuel J. Grant and Probate of same

Pleas before W. H. Lasley, judge of the Probate Court in and for the County of Meigs and State of Ohio at a Session of Said court begun held on the 9th day of April A.D. 1867 at the Court House in Pomeroy.
In the Matter of Samuel Grants – Will & Probate Thereof &c.
“Be it remembered that heretofore, towit on the 9th day of April A.D. 1867, the following Instrument perporting to be the last Will & Testament of Sam’l Grant, dec’d together with proof of the same, was filed in said court towit:

will “In the name of the Benevolent father of All, I Samuel Grant of Pomeroy, Meigs County Ohio, do make and publish this my last Will and Testament.
1st – I give and devise to my beloved wife in case she shall survive me, the ___ and income of what property, notes or stock of which I may be seized or possessed at the time of my decease, or so much thereof as will afford her a comfortable support during her life, and if that should prove insufficient, then in addition thereto, as much of the property, notes or stock, as will prove to be sufficient for her comfortable support.
2nd – I give and devise to William H. Grant in trust for my son Samuel R. Grant, all my Property of whatever nature, real or Personal, notes or Stocks, subject to the afore said devise to my wife, for his support during his natural life and for this purpose I do hereby appoint my said son, William H., guardian to my said son Samuel R. Grant.
My desire in the above devises, is, that the property which I may leave, will furnish a full and adequate support, for my Wife and said son Samuel — that the personal property I leave, if any, be disposed of when no longer needed for my wife, and the Real Estate at the discretion of said Trustee, and such stocks as I may leave so long as the same shall be safe and productive, be only disposed of in case it shall be necessary to carry out the 1st & 2nd devises above named — I do hereby appoint my son Royal C. Grant and Cyrus Grant, Executors of this my last Will and Testament desiring them as soon as may be after my decease to pay out of any Property, money or Stock I may leave, my just debts and funeral expenses.
I do hereby give and devise to my legal Heirs in equal proportions whatever may be left of my property after the decease of my said wife and son Samuel R. Grant –I do hereby revoke all former Wills by me made.
In testimony whereof I do hereunto set my hand and seal this 7th day December A.D. 1866 – Samuel Grant.
Signed and acknowledged by said Samuel Grant as his last Will and Testament in our presence and signed by us in his presence — M. Bosworth — Laurilla Bosworth

The State of Ohio}
Meigs County } Probate Court

Probate of the last Will of Samuel Grant deceased. presented on the 9th day of April A.D. 1867 –
“Personally appeared in open Court, Marcus Bosworth and Laurilla Bosworth, the subscribing witnesses of the last Will and Testament of Samuel Grant deceased, who being duly sworn according to law to speak the truth the whole truth and nothing but the truth in relation to the execution of said Will, depose and say that on or about the 7th day of December A.D. 1866 – that they were present at the making of said Will and at the request of the deceased, subscribed to said Will as witnesses in the presence of the deceased and of each other: that they saw the said Samual Grant deceased sign and seal said Will and heard him acknowledge the same to be his last Will and Testament: that the said Samuel Grant was at the time of making, signing and sealing said will of legal age and of sound & disposing mind and memory and under no undue or unlawful restraint whatever – and that said Testator is now dead.

M. Bosworth — Laurilla Bosworth
Signed in open Court and sworn to this 9th day of April A.D. 1867. W.H. Lasley, probate Judge

Order
______: “In the Matter of Samuel Grant, Will Probate etc…”
The last Will and Testament of Samuel Grant late of Meigs County Ohio deceased was on this day produced in Court and Marcus Bosworth and Laurilla Bosworth the enscribing (?) witnesses to said Will appeared and in open Court on oath, testified to the due execution of said will, which testimony was reduced to writing and by them respectfully subscribed and filed with said Will and it appearing to the Court by said testimony; that said will was duly attested and executed and that said testator at the time of executing the same was of legal age and of sound and desposing mind and memory and not under any restraint — It is therefore ordered that said Will and Testimony be admitted to Record and recorded in the Records of Wills of our said Court –and thereupon came Royal C. Grant and Cyrus Grant the executors named in said Will and on their motion Letters of Testamentary upon the estate of said decedent are granted to them, and they are ordered to give bond in the sum of $7,000.00 conditioned according to law,. John Grant and Marcus Bosworth are hereby recipted as surties to said Bond.

W. H. Lasley, Judge

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Land Transactions:
pg. 182, Feb. 23, 1828 SAMUEL GRANT and wife, grantor to
STEAM MILL CO. grantee
V. 3 pg. 39, Lot 640, Lot #8
pg. 182 Apr. 13, 1828 SAMUEL GRANT, grantor to
Shepherd, Charles
V. 3, pg. 48, 7 acres, Lot 640, Lot #25
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from “The Pioneer History of Meigs County” pgs. 108 – 111

“Mr. Samuel Grant, Sr., operated mills in different parts of Meigs county. At the Higley Mills on Leading Creek soon after his arrival; later, he took charge of the Stedman Mill on Shade River, and built, or rebuilt, the mill at Chester. He bought land and settled on his farm below Middleport, and spent the remainder of his life in the vicinity of Pomeroy and Middleport, alternately with his sons. He died in 1866 at the great age of 93 years. His wife, Mrs. Grant, lived a few years after her husband, dying, ‘well up in the nineties’, of age.”

p. 286 “…In 1822, Samuel Grant moved from Chester to the upper part of Pomeroy, then called the Narrows, and built a cabin on the site now occupied by the residence of Captain W. C. Williamson…Mr. Grant, for as early as 1824 or 1825, Mr. Grant entered 80 acres, and Mr. Dill 160 acres of Congress land, being part of Section No. 8, one of the exempted sections in the Ohio Company’s purchase, the title to which could be obtained only by patent signed at that time by the President of the United States. The Patents for the two pieces of land referred to above were signed by John Quincy Adams.

The ancestors of Mr. Samuel Grant, originally residents of the Highlands of Scotland, having long struggled against the edicts of arbitrary power, preferred expatriation to further submission, and early in the seventeenth century, three brothers came to the wilds of North America. One, the great-great-grandfather of Samuel, settled in Maine; another in New Jersey; and the third in Connecticut.* Peter, the eldest of the brothers, who settled in Maine, had four sons, Peter, jr., Landers, Alexander and Daniel. Landers, the grandfather of Samuel, and two sons, John and Reuben, and five daughters. Reuben was killed by the Indians as were two of his sisters.** John, the father of Samuel, married Agnes Reed, who was of Irish descent, for his first wife, by whom he had three sons, John, jr., Samuel and Landers. His second wife’s name was Boltwood, by whom he had one son, John, second, and two daughters. This youngest son is now living in Greeley, Iowa, in the 94th year of his age. Lydia, the eldest daughter, married a man named Pease, and Agnes, the younger, married John Knight, who has many descendants in Meigs county, and was among the first settlers of Pomeroy. Samuel Grant, the subject of this sketch, was born September 26, 1777, in what is now the State of Maine. His early life was alternately devoted to farming and to acquiring an education. At the age of 22 he was appointed one of the surveyors of the State of Maine, and surveyed and made plats of a large part of the State. At the age of 26, he married Hannah Davis, and in 1818, *** emigrated to Ohio. He was accompanied by, besides his wife and children, his father and step-mother, his brother Landers, John, with a family of ten children, his half-sister, Agnes, with her husband, John Knight, and five children — in all twenty-five persons.****”

*The documentation clearly indicates that Peter Grant b. 1631 Scotland was taken prisoner after the 1650 Battle of Dunbar by Cromwell, shipped to New England and sold in Boston as an indentured servant, by 1659 he is in Maine and a freeman owning property.

**Need substantiating documentation for this story….may be as fictional as the “three brothers” tale.

***Left Maine and after months of traveling arrived in Ohio on Dec. 1817

****According to Samuel Grant’s narrative of trip given in 1850 – the following persons were in the “Grant Company of 1817″: John Grant, Sr., and wife, Sarah Boltwood; Samuel Grant and wife, Hannah Davis, and 8 children; John Knight and wife, Agnes Grant, and 8 children; Landres Grant; John Grant, wife and infant; and John Pearce.”…a total of 27 individuals: 10 adults and 17 children.

“They left Maine with only four horses and two wagons, so that the men must occasionally have taken considerable exercise on foot. In eleven weeks after leaving Maine they arrived in the county of Meigs. Mr. Samuel Grant settled at first in Rutland, subsequently moved to Chester, and then to the Narrows, as before stated. Mr. Grant was the father of eleven children, seven sons and four daughters. Six of the sons and one daughter are yet living. Of his descendants, besides those mentioned, there are thirty-nine grandchildren, 100 greatgrandchildren and twenty-nine of the fourth generation, making 176 descendants. Mr. Grant died in 1867, at the age of 90, and his wife in 1870, in her 90th year.

The descendants of the three brothers who first came to this country, patriotic both by birth and education, have never flinched from duty, but in the darkest hours of the country’s history, her call has been to them a summons to every battle from Bunker Hill to the surrender of Rebellion’s discomfited hosts at Appomattox. The sons of Samuel Grant who have long lived in this community, and been known among its enterprising business men, need no eulogy from the writer of this sketch….”

More About SAMUEL GRANT:
Burial: Hill Cemetery, Middleport, Meigs Co., OH120

More About HANNAH DAVIS:
Burial: Hill Cemetery, Middleport, Meigs Co., OH121

Children of SAMUEL GRANT and HANNAH DAVIS are:
31. i. OLIVER GARLAND7 GRANT, b. May 14, 1804, Berwick, York Co., ME.
32. ii. ROYAL CLARK GRANT, b. October 03, 1805, Berwick, York Co., ME; d. January 12, 1893, Middleport, Miegs Co., OH.
33. iii. EBENEZER TUTTLE GRANT, b. September 27, 1807, Berwick, York Co., ME; d. December 11, 1891, Died Parsons, KS.
34. iv. LYDIA GRANT, b. March 04, 1809, Maine; d. June 20, 1839.
35. v. JOHN T. GRANT, b. March 10, 1811, Maine; d. April 12, 1887, Pomeroy, Meigs Co., OH.
36. vi. ELIZA O. GRANT, b. April 13, 1813, Maine.
vii. SALLY T. GRANT122, b. December 09, 1814, Maine122; d. June 09, 1842, Meigs Co., OH123; m. UNKNOWN AUSTIN.
37. viii. CYRUS GRANT, b. January 02, 1817, Maine.
38. ix. WILLIAM HULL GRANT, b. February 06, 1820, Meigs Co., OH; d. April 01, 1895, Buried in Middleport, Meigs Co., OH.
x. BELINDA STEDMAN GRANT124, b. February 22, 1822, Ohio124; d. July 27, 1828, Meigs Co., OH125.
xi. SAMUEL R. GRANT126, b. February 26, 1824, Meigs Co., OH127,128; d. July 28, 1869, Pomeroy, Meigs Co., OH129,130.

Notes for SAMUEL R. GRANT:
Samuel R. Grant’s – middle initial shows up as “R.” in his father’s 1860′s narrative of how the family came to Ohio, and in Samuel Grant, Sr.’s will. However, the stone, upon personal examination could be read as Samuel P. Grant. This is probably due to the deterioration of the marble from the effects of the acid rain and acrid smog in the area of Middleport, Meigs Co., OH. slc – Oct. 2000

21. LANDRES6 GRANT (JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1)131 was born February 15, 1779 in Berwick, York Co., Maine132, and died September 11, 1839 in Meigs Co., OH132. He married THIRZA OWEN BARKER133 May 05, 1823 in Meigs Co., OH – by Aaron Hatch, MG134,135.

Child of LANDRES GRANT and THIRZA BARKER is:
39. i. CALVIN7 GRANT, b. August 01, 1824, Middleport, OH; d. November 02, 1892, La Cresent, Winona Co., MN – buried Bush Cemetery, Pleasant Hill Township, Winona Co. MN.

22. AGNES6 GRANT (JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1) was born June 27, 1786 in Berwick, York Co., ME136,137,138, and died August 27, 1873 in Chester, Meigs Co., OH139. She married JOHN KNIGHT in Maine. He was born May 11, 1872 in Waterborough, CT140,141, and died November 26, 1874 in Chester, Meigs Co., Ohio142.

Notes for JOHN KNIGHT:
from “The Pioneer History of Meigs County” pgs. 108 – 111

“John Knight and his wife Agnes, nee Grant, came from Maine in the “Grant Company” in 1817…..Mr. John Knight moved his family six times, always in Meigs county. He opened the first coal bank on Naylor’s run, Pomeroy, Ohio. ”
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from “Ancestry of the Grant Family – as given by Samuel Grant in 1850″

….”moved from Maine to Ohio in 1817 in a two horse wagon. There were two wagons containing the following persons: Samuel Grant, wife and 8 children; John Knight and wife, Agnes, (half sister of Samuel Grant) and 8 children; Landres Grant, bull brother of Samuel; the father [John Sr.] and wife[Sarah Boltwood] of Samuel; John II (half brother of Samuel] and wife and infant, and John Pearce. They crossed the Ohio river at Wheeling, W. Va., came down to a little town called Warren. There they traded two horses and both wagons for a small flat boat and went down the river to what is now called Silver Run in Meigs Co., John Knight riding one horse and leading the other.”
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Children of AGNES GRANT and JOHN KNIGHT are:
i. DANIEL7 KNIGHT143, d. age 18144.
40. ii. BENJAMIN KNIGHT.
iii. CALVIN KNIGHT145, m. (1) JANE BARTON; m. (2) EURETTA STOWE.
iv. SARAH B. KNIGHT145, m. SAMUEL TORRENCE.
v. SAMUEL KNIGHT145, m. ELIZABETH MITCHELL.
vi. LOUISA KNIGHT145, m. FRANCIS CHAS.
vii. LYDIA KNIGHT145, m. JOHN WHITESIDE.
viii. AGNES KNIGHT145, m. ALVIN RIFE.
ix. RHODA KNIGHT145, b. September 20, 1822, Meigs Co., OH146; d. September 30, 1905, Chester, Meigs Co., OH147,148.

Notes for RHODA KNIGHT:
from The Pioneer History of Meigs County, pgs. 108 – 111

“Rhoda Knight was never married, but cared for both of her parents in their old age and to their death with filial devotion. She died in 1906.”
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Headstone in Chester Cemetery, Chester, Meigs Co., OH clearly gives date of death as Sept. 30, 1905. – photograph taken by Eleanor Knight, Mar. 1999 – photographs in possession of Sandi Lee Craig, nee Grant.
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x. EUNIC KNIGHT149, m. HANDSOME OSBORN.
xi. OLIVE KNIGHT149.
xii. ALMIRA KNIGHT149, m. OSCAR NEWELL.

23. JOHN6 GRANT II (JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1) was born April 02, 1789 in York Co., Maine, and died December 16, 1889 in Delphon, KS (100 yrs, 8 mos. 14 days). He married MEHITABLE MAYHEW150 April 16, 1813 in Corinth, ME151, daughter of ANDREW MAYHEW and MARY HOWARD. She was born November 15, 1789 in Maine, and died 1865 in IA.

Notes for JOHN GRANT II:
John Grant II (1789 – 1889)

From 1864 narrative by Samuel Grant -

“My (half) brother John Grant married Mahitable Maynew, daughter of Andrew Mayhew and had three sons and three daughters living. The oldest son married Cinthia McNorton and had a family. John and Henry Grant married but I know but little of them. Mary Grant married Elias Hutton and had a family Sarah Grant, is I hear, married to a man whose name I do not know. Lydia Grant is still single. This is the end of all I know of my brother John’s family.”

from 1850 narriative by Samuel Grant – and retyped ? by B. W. Grant:
“John was married to Mehitable Mayhew and they had 8 children. John’s wife, Hetty, died in Iowa in 1865. John died in Delphon, Kas., Dec. 16, 1889, at the age of 100 yrs., 8 mo., 14 days.

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from “The Pioneer History of Meigs County”, pgs. 108- 111

“In 1852, John Grant, Sr., moved to Greeley, Iowa, being upwards of ninety-three years old. Mrs. John Grant died in 1864. While John Grant, Sr., lived in Rutland, O., he enjoyed the respect and confidence of all classes of the people. He was Justice of the Peace in 1826, and Township Treasurer for many years.

He died at his daughter’s Mrs. Hutton, of Delphos, Kansas, December 16, 1889, aged 100 years, 8 months, and 5 days.”

Children of JOHN GRANT and MEHITABLE MAYHEW are:
41. i. GEORGE WASHINGTON THOMPSON7 GRANT, b. November 11, 1814, York Co., ME; d. October 02, 1886.
ii. JOHN GRANT152, m. LUCINDA LELLAN153,154.
iii. HENRY GRANT155, m. CLARISSA MERRILL155.
42. iv. MARY GRANT.
v. SARAH C. GRANT155,156, b. 1826157; m. (1) UNLUCKY SIMPSON158; m. (2) STEWARD GRANT159.
vi. LYDIA GRANT160,161, b. 1828162.
vii. FRANKLIN GRANT163, d. drowned in Leading Creek when a small boy164.
viii. ANDREW GRANT165, d. choked to death when a child166.
ix. HENRY C. GRANT167, b. 1832168; m. CLARISSA MERILL169.

24. BENJAMIN6 GRANT (NATHANIEL5, PETER4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1)170 was born May 16, 1777171, and died 1872171. He married ABIGAL CHADBOURNE172. She was born January 31, 1781173, and died 1849173.

Children of BENJAMIN GRANT and ABIGAL CHADBOURNE are:
43. i. ANDREW7 GRANT.
44. ii. SYLVESTER GRANT, b. July 26, 1826.

25. WILLIAM B.6 GRANT (PETER5, SAMUEL4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1) was born May 02, 1792. He married MARY BRADSTREET November 20, 1815.

Children of WILLIAM GRANT and MARY BRADSTREET are:
45. i. WILLIAM B.7 GRANT, JR., b. September 20, 1816.
ii. MARY D. GRANT, b. August 04, 1818; m. BARKER A. NEAL, April 08, 1851.
46. iii. ELIZABETH L. GRANT, b. April 03, 1822.

26. SAMUEL CLINTON6 GRANT (PETER5, SAMUEL4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1) was born March 25, 1797 in Hallowell, ME174, and died December 12, 1853 in Hallowell, ME175. He married ELIZABETH FRANCES VAUGHAN March 02, 1820, daughter of BENJAMIN VAUGHAN and UNKNOWN BABE. She was born in England, and died June 12, 1797176.

Notes for SAMUEL CLINTON GRANT:
from BUSHMAN, Chapter VIII, pg. 75:

Samuel Clinton Grant continued in the shipyard business along with his brother Peter. The elder Peter, Samuel and Peter Jr. had a sailing vessell, the sloop CONSTELLATION, and the bark RAINBOW.
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Children of SAMUEL GRANT and ELIZABETH VAUGHAN are:
47. i. ELLEN7 GRANT, b. January 19, 1821.
48. ii. OLIVIA BUCKMISTER GRANT, b. March 02, 1823.
49. iii. WILLIAM SULLIVAN GRANT, b. February 18, 1825.
iv. HORACE GRANT, b. June 11, 1827; d. March 06, 1832.
v. LOUISA L. GRANT, b. June 28, 1830; m. ALFRED GILMORE, November 19, 1850.
vi. FRANKLIN GRANT, b. June 11, 1833.

27. PETER6 GRANT (PETER5, SAMUEL4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1) was born February 26, 1806. He married (1) MARGARET SWAN June 03, 1835. He married (2) VESTA CAPEN June 1844.

Children of PETER GRANT and VESTA CAPEN are:
i. FRANCIS S.7 GRANT, b. May 04, 1836; d. June 17, 1843, drowned.
ii. PETER GRANT, JR., b. February 23, 1838.
iii. CATHARINE GRANT, b. December 02, 1839; d. July 18, 1850.
iv. MARGARET P. GRANT, b. February 26, 1842.
v. ISANNA C. GRANT, b. June 15, 1845.
vi. WILLIAM GRANT, b. April 08, 1847; d. September 10, 1847.
vii. GEORGE B. GRANT, b. December 21, 1849.

28. CATHARINE ANN6 GRANT (PETER5, SAMUEL4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1) was born April 22, 1808. She married ORRIN FARNHAM November 10, 1836.

Children of CATHARINE GRANT and ORRIN FARNHAM are:
i. ANNA E.7 FARNHAM, b. September 19, 1837.
ii. WILLIAM G. FARNHAM, b. December 24, 1838; d. July 11, 1846.

29. JAMES6 GRANT (EPHRAIM5, EPHRAIM4, JAMES3, JAMES2, PETER1) was born June 01, 1781 in Berwick, York Co., ME177, and died Abt. 1865 in Castine, ME. He married BETSY GREEN October 09, 1803.

Children of JAMES GRANT and BETSY GREEN are:
i. ELISHA7 GRANT, b. September 07, 1804.
ii. JONATHAN GRANT, b. 1806.
iii. JAMES GRANT, b. 1808.

30. ANDREW R.6 GRANT (EPHRAIM5, EPHRAIM4, JAMES3, JAMES2, PETER1) was born March 27, 1784 in Frankfort, Waldo Co., ME178,179, and died April 15, 1868180. He married HANNAH RICHARDSON181 May 1816 in Clinton, Kennebec Co., ME182, daughter of A. RICHARDSON and HANNAH GRANT.

Children of ANDREW GRANT and HANNAH RICHARDSON are:
i. ANDREW7 GRANT, JR., b. October 22, 1819.
ii. EPHRAIM BARZILLA GRANT, b. September 25, 1821.
iii. HORACE GRANT, b. December 14, 1823.
iv. ULLMER GRANT, b. 1825.
50. v. HORATION B. GRANT, b. January 09, 1829, Bangor, ME; d. July 15, 1913, Browns Valley, CA.

Generation No. 7

31. OLIVER GARLAND7 GRANT (SAMUEL6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1)183 was born May 14, 1804 in Berwick, York Co., ME183. He married MARY JONES184 January 20, 1829 in Meigs Co., OH185,186, daughter of PHILIP JONES and MARY HIGLEY. She was born Abt. 1806 in OH187.

Notes for OLIVER GARLAND GRANT:
OLIVER GRANT (1804 – ? )

Oliver Grant was listed as a miller on the USC – Meigs Co., OH – 1850. (recorded 30th August 1850 – pg. 177)

He was also listed as a co-owner of the Steam Mill Company and the Union Mill Company.
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Children of OLIVER GRANT and MARY JONES are:
i. BELINDA8 GRANT, b. 1830, Meigs Co., Ohio187; d. died in childhood.
ii. MARTHA GRANT, b. 1834, Meigs Co., OH187; m. UNKNOWN PROBES; b. 188.
iii. ADDIE GRANT, b. 1839, Meigs Co., OH189.
iv. SARAH ANN GRANT, b. 1843, Meigs Co., OH189.
v. GEORGE GRANT, b. 1849, Meigs Co., OH189.

32. ROYAL CLARK7 GRANT (SAMUEL6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1)190,191,192 was born October 03, 1805 in Berwick, York Co., ME193, and died January 12, 1893 in Middleport, Miegs Co., OH194. He married (ESTHER) LAVINIA FULLER195,196 July 16, 1834 in Athens Co., OH197. She was born April 05, 1818 in Athens Co., OH198,199, and died January 30, 1850199.

Notes for ROYAL CLARK GRANT:
Was known as a Machinist and inventor

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from the Meigs Co. Telegraph – re Court of Common Pleas – last session: Date of paper Oct. 10, 1867:

Wm. Linton vs Royal C. Grant – Judgment on default
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Wigins & Weaver’s Ohio River Directory – for Middleport Ohio 1871 – 1872

Royal Grant – machinist – 3rd
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Royal Clark Grant – obit. from “The Meigs County Republican, Jan 18, 1893″
[http://genealogy.rootsweb.com/~baf/news_by_year/1893.html#1893_01_18]

“Another Old Citizen Gone – Royal Clark Grant died at the home of William Harris on lower Third Street, January 12, at about 9 o’clock A.M. The relatives of the deceased had provided a home for him with Mr. & Mrs Harris, where he received the best of care during his last and declining months. Here he received every attention that could be given, and was frequently attended by relatives and friends who were especially attentive and much with him during this last days. The remains ere taken to the home of his son-in-law, Dr. E. Davis, whence they were borne to the New Jerusalem church on Saturday, Jan 14th where the funeral was held, Rev. E. D. Daniels officiating. At the close of the sermon the preacher gave a few facts concerning the departed, which were mainly as follows: –
“Mr. Grant was born in or near Bangor, Maine, Oct 3, 1805; and was therefore over 87 years of age at the time of his death. He came to Ohio with his parents in 1817, when he was 12 years old. At that time, 75 years ago, a journey from Maine to Ohio meant a great deal more in some respects than it does now. There were many hardships to encounter on the way, and the boy walked much of the distance. Mr. Grant sometimes referred to this journey, giving interesting accounts of his walking over the mountains and gathering chestnuts on the way. After coming to Ohio Mr. Grant lived in Rutland, Chester, Wilesville, Pomeroy and Middleport, at which latter place he passed the last and larger portion of this life.

His first business was tanning and dealing in leather. At one time he had a well-filled store of merchandise in Pomeroy, where he also engaged in the coal business. Later he operated, and in part owned, the Ohio Machine Shop at Middleport. He was an influential business man as early as the thirties and was a heavy loser in the floods of 1832. At one time he was well known and his influence was felt throughout Meigs county, and even in other places; but he was not a successful financier, and later in life financial reverses compelled him to retire from active business and he sank into comparative obscurity, spending his time in making inventions and improvements on machinery, etc. He was postmaster at Pomeroy about six years in the [18] fourties and magistrate even longer than that. In this latter capacity he was called upon to marry many couples, and sometimes he would tell amusing stories of his experiences in tying the nuptial knot.

At one time he was considered the brightest Free-Mason in Meigs county and served the Masonic fraternity in official capacities. He was Master of the lodge at Chester, and again of that at Wilkesville. In later life his interest in Masonry died away, and his experiences were such that he withdraw [sic] within himself, and took no part in public or society affairs.

In personal appearance, Mr. Grant was a fine looking man, especially in his best days. During the past few years he has been but a broken reed in comparison with his former self, but before his faculities were impared he was a man of strong mind whose opinions were respected and of unconquerable will. Often carrying his firmness so far that his own interest suffered in consequence. There was nothing impure or profane in his conversation. He has told of himself that he never uttered but one profane oath, and that we when he was dared to do so under very peculiar circumstances. Nor would he intentionally be dishonest or wrong anyone.

In 1833 he married Livina Fuller, from Chauncery, near Athens, who proved to be a most excellent companion. Of this union were born seven children, four boys and three girls, of who five are living, the two oldest having passed away. His companion died in 1851, since which time he has lived a widower. When friends have advised him to marry again, his reply has been “No., there is but one Livina”. He had a strong affection for his home.

He believed in God, and in a hereafter, but had peculiar views about the Bible, which I understand he has written out in a large pile of manuscript. He also kept an account of all strange and remarkable occurrences, which account was found among his papers after his decease. He has gone to his account. He is in the hands of a righteous and living God. There we leave him. Amen.”

The sermon was a strong and logical presentation of the doctrine that, though we cannot say positively whether any one has gone to heaven or among the infernals, yet in any event God is love, for the creation of the universe cannot be justified in the final destiny of the wicked is an unmitigated curse to them. Several have asked that the sermon be published. The funeral was well attended by relatives and friends of the deceased, and the remains were laid away in the hill cemetery, the bearers and others wading through the deep snow, admist the most biting, driving storm that has been known here for scores of years.”

Children of ROYAL GRANT and (ESTHER) FULLER are:
51. i. JAMES FULLER8 GRANT, b. 1834, Meigs Co., OH; d. Abt. 1865, Left widow with 2 children: age 3 and 1.
ii. JOHN E. GRANT, b. 1838, Meigs Co., OH200.
iii. ELLEN GRANT, b. 1840, Meigs Co., OH201.
52. iv. ELBERT CLARK GRANT, b. December 02, 1841, Meigs Co., OH.
53. v. EDMUND SEHON GRANT, b. February 17, 1842, Meigs Co., OH.
vi. SAMUEL GRANT, b. 1843, Meigs Co., OH202.
54. vii. EVALINE EVA WITHEE GRANT, b. January 27, 1843; d. June 1915.
viii. CYRUS GRANT, b. 1844, Meigs Co., OH202.
ix. AUGUSTA GRANT203,204, b. 1846, Miegs Co., OH205.
55. x. EMMERSON RESOLVED GRANT, b. September 06, 1849, Middleport, Miegs Co., OH; d. December 10, 1912, Puxico, Stoddard Co., MO – from malerial fever.

33. EBENEZER TUTTLE7 GRANT (SAMUEL6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1)206 was born September 27, 1807 in Berwick, York Co., ME206, and died December 11, 1891 in Died Parsons, KS207,208,209,210. He married SARAH “SALLY” POMEROY JONES May 26, 1831 in Meigs Co., OH- by John Smith, J.P.211, daughter of PHILIP JONES and MARY HIGLEY. She was born April 17, 1810 in Salisbury, OH, and died May 02, 1883 in Lamar, Barton Co., MO212,213,214.

Notes for EBENEZER TUTTLE GRANT:
EBENEZAR TUTTLE GRANT (1807 – 1892)

Ebenezer Tuttle GRANT was named for both a great-uncle, EBENEZER TUTTLE who married his grandfather Landras Grant’s sister Mary and the cousin [first cousin once removed] born of that union, Ebenezer Tuttle, Jr.
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A hand-written note:

“Ancestry of Ebenezer T. Grant – My great great great grandfather came from Scotland about the year 1675. Peter Grant four generations back was born in State of Maine and had two wives and 12 children 6 by each but don’t know by which wife. Landers Grant was a Son of Peter. Born in Berwick Maine, John was a son of Landers, his first wife was Agnes Richy, his Second wife Sarah Garaner Bottenwood all born in Berwick Maine. His Son Samuel was also Born in Berwick Maine 1777. The Father of Ebenezer T. Grant.”

another page – appears to be the same handwriting:

“1630 Mathhew Grant 1636 Windsor Conn. Noah + Solomon G. held commissions in the Eng Army. Noah Grant’s son, also name Noah, was Capt. in Cont Army. Noah’s children Jesse married Hannah Surpron 1821 at Mt. Pleasant, Ohio.”

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poor photocopy of hand written statement – translated as the following:

“Salisbury, Ohio – March 14, 1845

We hereby certify that Ebenezer T. Grant was ordained a preacher and an Evangelist by the Christian Congregation of Salisbury to preach the Word of God as revealed in the Bible and as such recommend him to the Brethern of Christian Congregations elsewhere.

Yours with respect,

Jewell Davis } Elders of the
John Bradley} Congregation

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And a record copy under “Rev’d Ebenezer T. Grant – recorded January 6th, 1881 – Minn. ” sent to me from Toby Hurley, 2409 Willow View Way, Sandy, Utah 84092-5528. Dec/ 1998
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in the USC – 1850 – Meigs Co., OH – was listed as being 42 years old and a “sale” maker (on river – sail maker probably what was meant)
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Land Records – MEIGS Co., OH Vol. 4, 1832 -0 1836, pg. 539-40

EBENEZER T. GRANT and wife, SALLY P. GRANT sold for $33.33 to Edward Hysell the “east half of the west half of the one hundred acre lot number No. 306″ Recorded Mar. 11, 1835 – above land transaction was signed, but not filled in as per month and date, 1834. Witnessed by Hiram Russell and John Smith

and Land Records – MEIGS Co., OH Vol4, 1832 – 1836, pg. 472-73.

EBENEZER T. GRANT and wife, SALLY P. GRANT sold for $66.66 to George Hoppus the “the West quarter of the one hundred acre lot number No. 306″. Dated Aug 6, 1834. Witnessed by Hiram Russell and John Smith
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1867 MN State Census: [Sid Grant] Winona County, Township Pleasant Hill)
has E. T. Grant and Sarah Grant and several children.
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1870 US CENSUS: Drakeville Twp. Davis Co., Iowa: [Toby Hurley tjhurley@worldnet.att.net ]

Ebenezer T., a preacher, is living w/wife Sarah P. and son Ezra also in Drakeville, Davis Co., IA.
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1875 MN State Census: Ebenezer T. Grant w/wife Sarah P. Winona Co., MN
[Toby Hurley]
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1880 US CENSUS: Missouri, Jasper County, Joplin. [Sid Grant - SidGrant@aol.com ]
Eben. T. (father of B. J. Grant) occupation is listed as Preacher. Sarah Grant (mother of B. J. Grant) and Ezra [Toby Hurley added Sarah and Ezra]
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published in the Meigs County Republican [Meigs Co., OH] Wednesday May 7, 1890

“Mr. Eben T. GRANT, of Joplin, Missouri, is here on a visit to the BRANT Brothers, Col. Cyrus and William, and his numerous other relatives. The old gentleman is well preserved, is eightty-three years old, and preaches occasionally in his adopted town. He is one of the seven noted GRANT brothers, was born in the state of Mine, came to Middleport in 1817, and resided here until 1852, when he left for the West. On the way here from Joplin, he stopped at two or three places to visit his children and other relatives. He grows enthusiastic over

More About EBENEZER TUTTLE GRANT:
Burial: @Lake Cemetery, Lamar, Barton Co., MO [beside wife in family plot]

Notes for SARAH “SALLY” POMEROY JONES:
from the “Book of Burials Thru May 4, 1999 – Lake Cemetery, Lamar, Burton Co., MO”

Sarah P. Grant, Section D, Lot 2 #0 age 73 Died May 2, 1883, buried May 3, 1883, no cause of death listed” – as seen by Sandi Lee Craig, nee Grant. Photographs taken.

More About SARAH “SALLY” POMEROY JONES:
Burial: Lake Cemetery, Lamar, Barton Co., MO

Children of EBENEZER GRANT and SARAH JONES are:
56. i. MITCHELL WARREN8 GRANT, b. September 25, 1833, OH (birth from age at death 66y6m12d); d. March 07, 1899, buried Lake Cemetery, Lamar, Barton Co., MO.
57. ii. BENSON JONES GRANT, b. January 28, 1834, Meigs Co., OH; d. November 19, 1915, Galena, Cherokee Co., KS.
58. iii. CANDACE J. GRANT, b. 1836, Meigs Co., OH.
59. iv. SARAH HELEN GRANT, b. August 21, 1840, Gallippolis, Gallia Co., OH; d. July 02, 1916, Baker, Twp., Pittsburg, Crawford Co., KS.
60. v. OLIVER B. GRANT, b. 1842, Meigs Co,. OH.
vi. HARVEY B. GRANT215,216, b. September 08, 1845, Meigs Co., OH217; d. March 02, 1865, Winona Co., MN218.

More About HARVEY B. GRANT:
Burial: Busch Cemetery, Winona Co., MN218

61. vii. EZRA C. GRANT, b. May 27, 1848, Meigs Co., OH; d. June 22, 1894, buried Lake Cemetery, Lamar, Barton Co., MO.

34. LYDIA7 GRANT (SAMUEL6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1)219 was born March 04, 1809 in Maine219, and died June 20, 1839220. She married PHINEAS ROBINSON.

Children of LYDIA GRANT and PHINEAS ROBINSON are:
i. WILLIAM FENN8 ROBINSON221.
ii. ELIZABETH ROBINSON221, m. GEORGE GROW.

35. JOHN T.7 GRANT (SAMUEL6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1)222 was born March 10, 1811 in Maine223,224, and died April 12, 1887 in Pomeroy, Meigs Co., OH225. He married MARY GREAR ROUP226 Abt. 1837 in probably Meigs Co., OH. She was born Abt. 1816 in Ohio227,228, and died August 06, 1879 in Meigs Co., OH229.

Notes for JOHN T. GRANT:
Wiggins & Weaver’s Ohio river directory – Middleport Ohio 1871 – 1872

GRANT & CO. merchant millers, Mill + front
Grant, John of Grant & Co. – front
Grant, E. R. of Grant & Co. – book-keeper, 3rd
Grant, S. J. of Grant & Co. – first
Grant, W. of Grant & Co. – 1 mile from town
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More About JOHN T. GRANT:
Burial: Hill Cemetery, Middleport, Meigs Co., OH230

More About MARY GREAR ROUP:
Burial: Hill Cemetery, Middleport, Meigs Co., OH231

Children of JOHN GRANT and MARY ROUP are:
62. i. SAMUEL JOHN8 GRANT, b. April 10, 1838, Meigs Co., OH; d. July 28, 1869, Meigs Co., OH.
ii. FRANKLIN GRANT232, b. 1840, Meigs Co., OH233; m. SARAH E. UNKNOWN234; d. 235.

More About SARAH E. UNKNOWN:
Burial: Hill Cemetery, Middleport, Meigs Co., OH236

iii. CHARLES GRANT, b. 1842, Meigs Co., OH237.
iv. MARY ELIZABETH GRANT238,239, b. July 20, 1844, Meigs Co., OH240; d. July 11, 1899, Meigs Co., OH241; m. HENRY C. TETTER242.

More About MARY ELIZABETH GRANT:
Burial: Hill Cemetery, Middleport, Meigs Co., OH243

36. ELIZA O.7 GRANT (SAMUEL6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1)244 was born April 13, 1813 in Maine244. She married WILLIAM WRIGHT. He was born in Kentucky.

Children of ELIZA GRANT and WILLIAM WRIGHT are:
i. VALLY8 WRIGHT245, m. UNKNOWN BRYSON; b. 246.
ii. MARY WRIGHT247.
iii. ELBERT WRIGHT247,248.

37. CYRUS7 GRANT (SAMUEL6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1)249 was born January 02, 1817 in Maine249. He married CHARLOTTE S. LYON HIBBARD250,251 Abt. 1847 in probably, Meigs Co., OH, daughter of JOHN HIBBARD and AMITY LYONS. She was born Abt. 1826 in Athens Co. Ohio252,253,254,255.

Notes for CYRUS GRANT:
from “The Pioneer History of Meigs County” pgs. 108 -111

“Cyrus Grant married Charlotte Hebard of Athens county. He was known as Col. Grant, for many years identified with the business interests of Pomeroy.”

Children of CYRUS GRANT and CHARLOTTE HIBBARD are:
i. EMINA H.8 GRANT256, b. 1848257.
ii. MARY GRANT258, m. UNKNOWN COOPER; b. 259.
iii. LOTTY GRANT260.
iv. GEORGE GRANT260.
v. ALICE GRANT260.
vi. ULYSSES GRANT261.
vii. FRANCIE GRANT262.

38. WILLIAM HULL7 GRANT (SAMUEL6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1)263 was born February 06, 1820 in Meigs Co., OH264,265, and died April 01, 1895 in Buried in Middleport, Meigs Co., OH266,267. He married ESTHER HOBART268 August 09, 1842 in Meigs Co., OH269, daughter of WILLIAM HOBART and LOVIE HUGG. She was born September 03, 1818 in Middleport, Meigs Co.,OH270.

Notes for WILLIAM HULL GRANT:
notes taken “From Kittery to Kansas” and Pioneer History of Meigs Co., OH -

The pioneer history records related that William Hull Grant was the son of pioneer settlers and, like his father, engaged in the milling business. This write-up says that his mill had “eight run of stone, with the capacity of 90,000 barrels per annum”. It also states that “He (William) and brother, John grant, were enterprising and successful millers for many years in Middleport. They operated the roller process for making flour, about the first of any mill in Meigs County. Mr. William Grant was one of a company who went overland to California in 1849 to participate in the gold rush.”
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Wiggins & Weaver’s Ohio River directory – Middleport Ohio 1871 – 1872

GRANT & Co. Merchant millers – Mill & Front

Grant, W. of Grant & Co. – 1 mile from town
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Children of WILLIAM GRANT and ESTHER HOBART are:
i. MALVINA8 GRANT, b. 1846, Meigs Co., OH271.
ii. JULIA GRANT, b. 1847, Meigs Co., OH271; m. JAMES BOGGESS; b. 272,273.
63. iii. WILLIAM HOBART GRANT, b. June 24, 1848, Middleport, Meigs Co., OH; d. August 06, 1904, Ellinwood, Barton Co., KS.
iv. CALIFORNIA”CALLY” GRANT274, b. 1850, Meigs Co., OH275; d. 1906276.

Notes for CALIFORNIA”CALLY” GRANT:
from “The Pioneer History of Meigs County” pgs. 108 – 111

“California, a daughter, was for years a noted teacher in the Cincinnati Conservancy of Music, and passed away in 1906, deeply mourned.”

v. LUCY GRANT277, b. 1858, Middleport, Ohio278,279,280; m. JAMES BOGGESS281; b. 282.

Notes for LUCY GRANT:
from “The Pioneer History of Meigs County” – pgs. 108- 111

“Lucy Grant, the youngest child, is a teacher of kindergarten schools.”

vi. ELECTA GRANT283, b. Middleport, Ohio284,285.

Notes for ELECTA GRANT:
from “The Pioneer History of Meigs County” – pgs. 108 -111

“Electa Grant spent some years teaching in the ‘New Church’ Academy in Philadelphia.”

39. CALVIN7 GRANT (LANDRES6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1) was born August 01, 1824 in Middleport, OH286,287,288, and died November 02, 1892 in La Cresent, Winona Co., MN – buried Bush Cemetery, Pleasant Hill Township, Winona Co. MN289,290. He married REBECCA FOOSE May 24, 1846 in Meigs Co., OH-married by Reuel Braley290.

Notes for CALVIN GRANT:
CALVIN GRANT (1824 – 1892)

Calvin Grant and his wife, Rebecca Foose, and two oldest sons, Landers and John moved from Middleport to Pleasant Hill Township, Winona Co. Minn. in 1854. From Ohio, they stopped the first winter in Iowa – maybe with a friend named Raymond or with Calvin’s Uncle John Grant. The latter then lived at Ottumwa, Iowa. Calvin’s and Rebecca’s third son Melzar [Meigler on the 1860 census] was born that winter.

Related by Christine Pettit – cpettit@pe.net on 1/1/1999 – original source Leola Grant Bushman, genealogy, 1:69.
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Notes for REBECCA FOOSE:
from “Meigs County Telegraph [newspaper] Oct 9, 1889

“Mrs. Calvin Grant, of Pickwick, MN is here visiting her sister.”

Children of CALVIN GRANT and REBECCA FOOSE are:
64. i. LANDRES8 GRANT, b. March 20, 1847, Middleport, OH; d. January 30, 1918, buried Bush Cemetery, Pleasant Hill, Winona Co., Minn..
ii. HANNAH GRANT291, b. 1848292,293; d. died as an infant in Ohio294.
iii. JOHN GRANT, b. October 16, 1852, Ohio295; d. February 04, 1928, Winona Co., MN – buried in the Bush Cemetery296.
iv. MEIGLER [MELZAR] GRANT, b. December 08, 1853, Greeley, Delaware Co., Iowa297; d. November 05, 1918, Reed Point, Montana, buried in Reed Point Cemetery298.
65. v. JENNETT GRANT, b. 1858; d. January 14, 1932, San Francisco, CA – ashes scattered over Pacific Ocean.
66. vi. THOMPSON GRANT, b. June 28, 1859; d. December 10, 1915.
67. vii. NEWTOM GRANT, b. July 06, 1863; d. July 1933, from fall off a hay wagon, buried Wyeville, Wisconsin.
68. viii. CALVIN GRANT, b. June 22, 1865, Pleasant Hill, Winona Co., Minn..
ix. LAURA GRANT, b. December 07, 1867, Pleasant Hill, Minn.299,300; d. July 11, 1940, Buried Bush Cemetery, Pleasant Hill, Winona Co., Minn.300; m. (1) WILL CORLETT; m. (2) CHARLES ELLIS; b. 300.
69. x. EDGAR GRANT, b. April 1869, Pleasant Hill, Winona Co., Minn.; d. May 01, 1927, buried Bush Cemetery, Pleasant Hill, Winona Co., Minn..
70. xi. DELLA GRANT, b. July 22, 1871, Pleasant Hill, Winona Co., Minn.; d. September 21, 1937, reed Point, Montana, buried in Reed Point Cemetery-of creeping “paralusis”.

40. BENJAMIN7 KNIGHT (AGNES6 GRANT, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1)301. He married DOLLY NEWELL.

Notes for BENJAMIN KNIGHT:
from an email: Eleanor Knight eknight@eurekanet.com 1/6/1999 – a direct descendant of Benjamin Knight.

“There are lots of anecdotes about the Knight’s. So let’s start with Benjamin. He was John and Agnes’ son. I knew that he was born in Maine but thought that he was only one of two children who came with them. We don’t have birth dates for many of the children. At any rate he must have been twelve years old when they made their journey. When he was twenty-three he married Dolly Ann, who was a character in her own right. Benjamin was a Justice of the Peace for many years. We have his – whatever you call it – signed by Rutherford B. Hayes as Governor of Ohio. But when Benjamin was 56 years old he enlisted in the Union army and shipped out from Marietta on the Ohio River. I think that he was not in the battle of Shiloh, but came past the battlefield shortly after the battle and was shocked at the carnage. He kept a diary which I have, but the entries are not very exciting. He went to Island No. 10 and then overland to Corinth and took part in the battles there. He was stationed at Iuka and if you don’t know where that is — join the crowd. In fact when I read it in his diary I couldn;t be sure how it was spelled. Finally I found it in the atlas right near Corinth. By the time he was there he had dysentery and applied for a discharge. He told about the resort and the mineral springs in the town in his letters home. Several years ago Howard and I were on a trip through that area so of course we had to stop at Iuka. The resort hotel was long gone, but the springs were still there under a shelter house. I didn’t try to drink from them. But the seven springs were there.

Benjamin had left his two sons to run the family business. Actually his youngest son, Benjamin Franklin Knight, enlisted at the same time Benjamin did, but they were not in the same company. Anyway BF Knight got dysentery early and was invalided out before they went down south. BF and Daniel were to run the mill and I suppose do what farming had to be done. The letters tell of sawing logs, but not of grinding grain. We have a deed dated 1850 stating that B Knight bought the saw mill, fulling mill, and grist mill and mill yard for $1,022.

Benjamin came home finally after about a year in the army and ended his diary “So ends my trip in the army”. However, his health was ruined and he died in 1872. His father and I think his mother, were still alive.

One tragedy in his life was the loss of his son Daniel. WE do not kow what happened to him. After Benjamin came home, we have a letter or two from Daniel from Long Something, Lousiana. I will have to look that up. He said that the guns were firing so heavy around Vicksburg That he was going up to see things. That his dad had told about how heavy the guns fired, but this must be worse. And that is all we heard. Benjamin made a note in his diary on the last page, that Daniel was taken prisoner above Vicksburg. There is a stone in the Chester Cemetery for Daniel but no body there. There is no information in the National archives about him, so he must not have been in the army, but may have been running a plantation there for the North.

I just run on and on. Sincerely, Eleanor.”
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Children of BENJAMIN KNIGHT and DOLLY NEWELL are:
71. i. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN8 KNIGHT.
ii. DANIEL KNIGHT.

41. GEORGE WASHINGTON THOMPSON7 GRANT (JOHN6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1)301 was born November 11, 1814 in York Co., ME, and died October 02, 1886. He married CYNTHIA HIGLEY MCNAUGHTON301 December 12, 1839302, daughter of DANIEL MCNAUGHTON and SALLY HIGLEY. She was born November 15, 1819, and died September 27, 1902 in Ohio303.

Children of GEORGE GRANT and CYNTHIA MCNAUGHTON are:
i. LOUISA8 GRANT, b. April 07, 1841.
ii. SAMARIA MABEL GRANT, b. October 04, 1842304; d. December 17, 1902, Trempealeau305; m. UNKNOWN GIBBS.
iii. BENJAMIN F. GRANT, b. September 16, 1844, Middleport, OH306; d. June 18, 1864, Battle of Petersburg, Virginia, 19 yrs. 9 mo. 2 days307.
iv. SALLY GRANT, b. December 28, 1846, Middleport, OH308.
v. HOLLIS DOWNING GRANT, b. March 24, 1849, Middleport, OH309; d. January 30, 1886, Trempealeau310.
vi. HETTIE MEHITABLE GRANT, b. April 16, 1851, Debque, IA311; d. July 23, 1856312.
vii. WILLIE VALCALLOW GRANT, b. April 22, 1854313; d. 1854, at 2 months and 24 days of whooping cough314.
viii. ADA GRANT, b. February 28, 1855315; d. May 07, 1929316; m. CHARLES ELLMORE.
ix. DOLLIE BLANCHE GRANT, b. December 03, 1863, Trempealeau317; d. March 1940, Seattle, WA; m. HERMAN SETTER.

42. MARY7 GRANT (JOHN6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1)318. She married ELIAS HUTTON.

Children of MARY GRANT and ELIAS HUTTON are:
i. HORACE HAMPTON8 HUTTON, m. UNKNOWN CARSLEY; b. 319.

Notes for HORACE HAMPTON HUTTON:
re ‘The Peter Grant Family, prepared Jan. 15. 1943 by Eric P. White:
Horace married a daughter of Mark Carsley.

ii. NELSON HUTTON.

Notes for NELSON HUTTON:
from ‘The Peter Grant Family’ – prepared Jan. 15, 1943, by Eric P. White:
pg. 8 “Member of Company B. Seventh Minnesota Regiment. Wounded in the battle of Tufelo and left in the hands of the enemy. Died in a southern prison camp from an injury received in an accident there.

iii. EMILY HUTTON, m. LEVI SISSON; b. 319.

43. ANDREW7 GRANT (BENJAMIN6, NATHANIEL5, PETER4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1)320. He married LOVEY DOVEY UNKNOWN.

Child of ANDREW GRANT and LOVEY UNKNOWN is:
72. i. ORRIN8 GRANT.

44. SYLVESTER7 GRANT (BENJAMIN6, NATHANIEL5, PETER4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1)321 was born July 26, 1826321. He married LYDIA BURTON321.

Child of SYLVESTER GRANT and LYDIA BURTON is:
73. i. ALPHONZO8 GRANT, b. September 01, 1855.

45. WILLIAM B.7 GRANT, JR. (WILLIAM B.6, PETER5, SAMUEL4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1) was born September 20, 1816. He married CATHERINE BABSON October 21, 1841.

Children of WILLIAM GRANT and CATHERINE BABSON are:
i. GEORGE HACKET8 GRANT, b. September 05, 1842; d. September 05, 1847.
ii. THOMAS BARKER GRANT, b. April 01, 1845.
iii. HARRIET B. GRANT, b. March 10, 1851; m. HENRY WASHBURN.

46. ELIZABETH L.7 GRANT (WILLIAM B.6, PETER5, SAMUEL4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1) was born April 03, 1822. She married HENRY WASHBURN February 14, 1843.

Children of ELIZABETH GRANT and HENRY WASHBURN are:
i. ADELIA GRANT8 WASHBURN, b. November 01, 1844.
ii. MARY FRANCIS WASHBURN, b. December 13, 1847.
iii. FENWICK MIRAETTA WASHBURN, b. August 29, 1850; d. July 08, 1851.

47. ELLEN7 GRANT (SAMUEL CLINTON6, PETER5, SAMUEL4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1) was born January 19, 1821. She married JOHN OTIS August 21, 1848.

Children of ELLEN GRANT and JOHN OTIS are:
i. SAMUEL GRANT8 OTIS, b. May 23, 1849.
ii. MARY OTIS, b. March 01, 1851.

48. OLIVIA BUCKMISTER7 GRANT (SAMUEL CLINTON6, PETER5, SAMUEL4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1) was born March 02, 1823. She married GEORGE BACON September 24, 1845.

Children of OLIVIA GRANT and GEORGE BACON are:
i. HORACE G.8 BACON, b. July 01, 1846.
ii. OLIVIA BACON.

49. WILLIAM SULLIVAN7 GRANT (SAMUEL CLINTON6, PETER5, SAMUEL4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1)322 was born February 18, 1825. He married (1) ELLEN WOOD. She was born in Mt. Vernon, ME. He married (2) BETSEY L. JOSSELYN January 24, 1848. She died March 1849 in Augusta, ME323.

Child of WILLIAM GRANT and ELLEN WOOD is:
74. i. NORA CLAIRE8 GRANT, b. March 28, 1863, Washington, D. C.; d. 1937.

Child of WILLIAM GRANT and BETSEY JOSSELYN is:
ii. SAMUEL C.8 GRANT.

50. HORATION B.7 GRANT (ANDREW R.6, EPHRAIM5, EPHRAIM4, JAMES3, JAMES2, PETER1)324 was born January 09, 1829 in Bangor, ME325, and died July 15, 1913 in Browns Valley, CA. He married ELIZABETH HARPER325 July 06, 1873326. She was born May 15, 1848 in Sydney, Australia326, and died January 07, 1928 in Marysville, CA326.

Children of HORATION GRANT and ELIZABETH HARPER are:
75. i. HORATIO WILLIAM8 GRANT, b. April 16, 1874, Marysville, Nevada Co., CA; d. June 21, 1959, Longview, WA.
ii. ALFRED GRANT, b. 1875327.
iii. THIRSA H GRANT, b. 1877327.
iv. ZELMA E. GRANT, b. 1881327.
v. MABLE ALEXANDRA GRANT, b. 1884327.
vi. ELIZABETH H GRANT, b. 1886328.

Generation No. 8

51. JAMES FULLER8 GRANT (ROYAL CLARK7, SAMUEL6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1) was born 1834 in Meigs Co., OH329, and died Abt. 1865 in Left widow with 2 children: age 3 and 1330. He married NANCY LOVEY UNKNOWN330.

Notes for JAMES FULLER GRANT:
was also an inventor and machinest

Children of JAMES GRANT and NANCY UNKNOWN are:
i. MARY L.9 GRANT330, b. 1862331.
ii. WILLIAM GRANT332, b. 1864333.

52. ELBERT CLARK8 GRANT (ROYAL CLARK7, SAMUEL6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1)334 was born December 02, 1841 in Meigs Co., OH. He married SARAH J. MELUNGIN. She was born October 18, 1841 in Springfield, Ill.335.

Notes for ELBERT CLARK GRANT:
from ‘The Peter Grant Family’ prepared Jan. 15, 1943, by Eric P. White:

They lived in Dubuque, Iowa, Delaware County. From here they moved to a farm near the state line between Missouri and Iowa. Their home was built by a crossroad and to this day the corner is called, “Grant Corner”. Elbert fought in the Civil War where he was wounded. They had five daughters.
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Children of ELBERT GRANT and SARAH MELUNGIN are:
i. DELLA9 GRANT, b. 1865; d. 1866336.
ii. AFFA GRANT, b. January 10, 1867; m. J. C. MCKINLEY; d. 1927337.
iii. MARILLA GRANT, b. April 01, 1871; d. She is buried in Kansas City, MO338; m. JULIUS HOFFMAN; b. 338.
76. iv. CARRIE A. GRANT, b. April 20, 1873.
v. ANNA GRANT, b. April 20, 1876; d. 1878339.
vi. DAISY GRANT, b. May 20, 1880; m. X. E. STEVENSON; b. 340.

53. EDMUND SEHON8 GRANT (ROYAL CLARK7, SAMUEL6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1)341 was born February 17, 1842 in Meigs Co., OH341. He married MARY H. GREGORY342 December 21, 1868 in Portsmouth, OH, daughter of MOSES GREGORY and PHEBE CORWIN. She was born December 13, 1846 in Scioto Co., OH343.

Notes for EDMUND SEHON GRANT:
Meigs Co. Ohio Pioneer History states that “Edmund was in Civil War”

Children of EDMUND GRANT and MARY GREGORY are:
i. EDITH9 GRANT343.
ii. MARY I. GRANT343,344.
iii. PEARL GRANT345.
iv. EDMUND S. GRANT345,346.
v. HARRY G. GRANT347,348.
vi. BERTHA GRANT349.
vii. NORMA GRANT349.

54. EVALINE EVA WITHEE8 GRANT (ROYAL CLARK7, SAMUEL6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1)350 was born January 27, 1843, and died June 1915351,352. She married EDWARD DAVIS May 1868. He was born 1842 in England353.

Children of EVALINE GRANT and EDWARD DAVIS are:
77. i. LENA R.9 DAVIS, b. May 14, 1860.
ii. MARY DAVIS354, b. 1869355.
iii. HELEN AUGUSTA DAVIS356,357,358, b. 1871, Middleport, Ohio359; m. UNKNOWN FEIGER.
iv. ROYAL SAMUEL DAVIS360, b. 1873361.
v. FREDERICK GRANT DAVIS362, b. 1877363.
vi. ANNA EVALINE DAVIS364.
vii. CONSTANCE DAVIS364.
viii. DOROTHY DAVIS364.

55. EMMERSON RESOLVED8 GRANT (ROYAL CLARK7, SAMUEL6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1)365,366,367 was born September 06, 1849 in Middleport, Miegs Co., OH, and died December 10, 1912 in Puxico, Stoddard Co., MO – from malerial fever367. He married MARGARET ANN AUBREY367 May 26, 1870 in Middleport, Meigs Co., OH367. She was born in Pittsburg, PA368, and died January 17, 1945 in St. Louis, MO369.

Notes for EMMERSON RESOLVED GRANT:
from Wiggins & Weaver’s Ohio River directory – Middleport, Ohio 1871 – 1872

GRANT & CO. merchant millers, Mill & Front
Grant, John of Grant & Co. – Front
Grant, E. R. of Grant & Co. – book-keeper, Third
Grant, S. J. of Grant & Co. – First
Grant, W. of Grant & Co. – 1 mile from town
Grant, Royal – machinist – third
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More About MARGARET ANN AUBREY:
Burial: Puxico, Stoddard Co., MO

Children of EMMERSON GRANT and MARGARET AUBREY are:
i. GIRARD EMMERSON9 GRANT370,371, b. August 06, 1872, Middleport, Miegs Co., OH371; d. 1952, New Orleans, LA371; m. JESSIE GODWIN [GOODWIN]; d. 1980, St. Louis, MO371.
78. ii. AUBREY ROYAL GRANT, b. March 08, 1874; d. April 18, 1930, at Central Hotel, Jefferson City, Cole Co., MO – differs from prior info -[Eric White - 1943 stated 'died when a young man'].
79. iii. LILLIE MAE GRANT, b. June 05, 1883, St. Louis, MO; d. May 07, 1976, Cuba, MO.
iv. MARGARET ELSA GRANT372, b. 1887, KS; d. February 1975373; m. UNKNOWN BERKMEYER373; b. 374.

Notes for MARGARET ELSA GRANT:
she had two marriages – first was annulled – second was to Berkmeyer

80. v. HARRY CLINTON GRANT, b. December 01, 1889, KS; d. September 08, 1962.

56. MITCHELL WARREN8 GRANT (EBENEZER TUTTLE7, SAMUEL6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1)375 was born September 25, 1833 in OH (birth from age at death 66y6m12d)376,377, and died March 07, 1899 in buried Lake Cemetery, Lamar, Barton Co., MO378,379,380,381,382. He married MARY UNKNOWN. was born 383.

Children of MITCHELL GRANT and MARY UNKNOWN are:
i. ROSE9 GRANT383.
ii. IVY GRANT383.

57. BENSON JONES8 GRANT (EBENEZER TUTTLE7, SAMUEL6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1)384 was born January 28, 1834 in Meigs Co., OH385, and died November 19, 1915 in Galena, Cherokee Co., KS386,387,388,389,390,391,392,393,394,395. He married (1) REBECCA MARY WHITLOCK396,397,398 November 13, 1856 in Salisbury, Meigs Co., OH, daughter of LEVI WHITLOCK and EMELINE SISSON. She was born October 18, 1840 in Meigs Co., OH399,400, and died August 15, 1869 in New Hartford, Winona Co,. MN401,402,403. He married (2) ANNIE E. VON ORDSTRAND404 1870 in Winona, Minn405. She was born 1842 in OH406,407, and died January 06, 1926 in Miami, Ottawa Co, OK408,409.

Notes for BENSON JONES GRANT:
from notes made on family page of genealogy compiled by John Robert Grant [son of Charles Frank Grant]

under Benson Jones Grant:

“necessary explanations” — (blanks are because part of the page was not photocopied):
‘In the spring 1876, Benson moved his family————-No. Here he worked “in the mines”. In 18—— moved to Galena, KS. Still “working” in the ————–. He and his son Charles Freemont Grant ——————”Engineer’s Stationer”.
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from Galena paper: Nov.26, 1915 [from microfilm of the Galena paper at the Galena Genealogy Library] – copy obtained 2/16/1999

“GALENA PIONEER RESIDENT SUCCUMBED FRIDAY – on second page of paper.
Benson Jones Grant passed away at 9:25 a.m. Friday morning at the home of his son, George W. Grant, 1916 S. Main Street. Funeral services were held Sunday afternoon at the First Christian Church. The Rev. R. S. Robertson officiating. Burial was in the Galena Cemetery.

Mr. Grant is survived by his wife and 3 sons. Charles F. Grant of Tulsa, Ok., George W. Grant with whom he has been making his home for the past few years, and Alva Grant of Joplin.

He was born in Meigs Co., Ohio, January 28, 1834. In the spring of 1876, he moved his family to Joplin, Mo. and engaged in mining. He moved to Galena Kans. in 1894 and continued in the mining business for a number of years. For the past few years he has not been able to be active on account of nervous trouble.

Mr. Grant was a true Christian and leaves a host of friends here as well as Joplin. He was a man of generous impulses and never forgot the ways of a pioneer and bore adversity bravely and enjoyed prosperity quietly”
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Next page in the paper:

‘Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Ping returned Saturday night from an extneded visit in Battle Creek, Michigan.”

“Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cushman of Pittsburg, Kansas, were in Galena Sunday to attend the funeral of B. J. Grant.”

“Charles and Benson Grant of Tulsa, Okla., were in Galena Sunday to attend the funeral of their father [and grandfather], Benson J. Grant.”

“Mr. and Mrs. Van Alstine of Mulberrry, Kansas, were in Galena Sunday and attended the funeral of B. J. Grant.”

“J. M. Annordstrand, of McPherson, Kansas, was in Galena Sunday to attend the funeral of his brother-in-law, B. J. Grant”
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1867 MN State Census: [Sid Grant - SidGrant@aol.com]
County Winona, Township Pleasant Hill – Benson J. Grant and Rebecca Grant
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1870 US CENSUS: MN, Winona Co., Pleasant Hill Township, deaths within the year ending June 1870 – Rebecca M. Grant, age 29, from dropsy. [Sandi Lee Craig - 1870 US Census records at the Dallas County Library]
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1870 US Census: Drakeville Twp. Davis Co., Iowa: [Toby Hurley tjhurley@worldnet.att.net - Feb. 16. 1999]

Dwelling 35, family 35 has Benson J. 36 yr. old b. OH renting a farm, w/Anna E. 28 y/o b. OH Emma 12 y/o b. MN, Chas. 9 y/o b. MN, George 8 y/o b. MN, Alva P. 5 y/o b. MN
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1880 US Census: Jasper Co., Joplin Mo.

More About BENSON JONES GRANT:
Burial: November 21, 1915, Galena, Cherokee Co., KS – Undertaker P.M. Clark-Galena410

More About REBECCA MARY WHITLOCK:
Burial: Busch Cemetery, Winona Co., MN411

Notes for ANNIE E. VON ORDSTRAND:
from newspaper clipping found in a scrapbook in the possession of Reba Grant Guilford, Miami, Ottawa Co., OK – 2/16/1999:

“MRS. ANNA GRANT – DIES AT AGE OF 84″
Mrs. Anna Grant 84 yrs old died at the home of her son G. W. Grant 230 B Street, NW. [Miami, OK]. Rev. A. P. Cameron will speak. Cooper Undertaking, Burial in Galena”

More About ANNIE E. VON ORDSTRAND:
Burial: Galena, Cherokee Co., KS

Children of BENSON GRANT and REBECCA WHITLOCK are:
81. i. SARAH EMELINE9 GRANT, b. December 17, 1857, Houston Co., MN; d. January 09, 1915.
82. ii. JOHN CHARLES FREMONT GRANT, b. July 08, 1860, La Cresent, Winona Co., MN; d. February 17, 1917, Tulsa, Tulsa Co., OK.
83. iii. GEORGE WHITLOCK GRANT, b. January 01, 1862, Winona Co., MN; d. December 28, 1952, Miami, Ottawa Co., OK.
iv. ALVAH F. GRANT412, b. December 24, 1864, Winona Co, MN413,414,415; d. March 14, 1928, Albuquerque, NM, burial G.A.R. Cemetery, Miami, Ottawa Co., OK416; m. AMY UNKNOWN; b. 417.

58. CANDACE J.8 GRANT (EBENEZER TUTTLE7, SAMUEL6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1)418,419 was born 1836 in Meigs Co., OH. She married ALLEN B. LEWIS420. He was born Abt. 1829 in MO421,422.

Children of CANDACE GRANT and ALLEN LEWIS are:
i. WARREN9 LEWIS423, b. 1855, MN424.
ii. BABE [FLORA] LEWIS425, b. 1856426; m. UNKNOWN BURNS427.
iii. SAMUEL LEWIS428, b. 1857, MN429.
iv. CHARLES LEWIS430, b. 1859, MN431.

59. SARAH HELEN8 GRANT (EBENEZER TUTTLE7, SAMUEL6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1)432 was born August 21, 1840 in Gallippolis, Gallia Co., OH433, and died July 02, 1916 in Baker, Twp., Pittsburg, Crawford Co., KS434,435. She married (1) FERREE DAUGHERTY October 01, 1857 in Meigs Co., OH435. He was born 1834 in Knox Co., OK435, and died December 12, 1864 in Salisbury, NC435. She married (2) FREDERICK BROADWELL CUSHMAN435 September 23, 1867 in New Hartford, Winona Co., MN435, son of HENRY CUSHMAN and SARAH BROADWELL. He was born July 11, 1844 in Buffalo Grove, Ogle Co. IL435, and died February 28, 1930 in Yountville, Napa Co., CA435.

Children of SARAH GRANT and FERREE DAUGHERTY are:
i. JAMES MITCHELL9 DAUGHERTY435, b. July 02, 1858435.
84. ii. DISERA ETTIE DAUGHERTY, b. July 27, 1860.

Children of SARAH GRANT and FREDERICK CUSHMAN are:
iii. HARRY9 CUSHMAN435, b. November 18, 1872, Pleasant Hill Twp. , Winona Co., MN435; d. 1884435.
85. iv. SARAH ADELAIDE CUSHMAN, b. July 03, 1878, Pleasant Hill Twp., Winona Co., MN; d. October 28, 1966, San Diego, San Diego Co., CA.

60. OLIVER B.8 GRANT (EBENEZER TUTTLE7, SAMUEL6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1)436 was born 1842 in Meigs Co,. OH437,438. He married MARY FAWCETT. She was born 1836 in IA439,440, and died 441.

Children of OLIVER GRANT and MARY FAWCETT are:
i. ALPHENE9 GRANT441, b. 1853, Winona Co., MN.
ii. FRANK GRANT441, b. 1857, Winona Co., MN.
iii. LAURA GRANT441, b. 1859, Winona Co., MN.

61. EZRA C.8 GRANT (EBENEZER TUTTLE7, SAMUEL6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1)442 was born May 27, 1848 in Meigs Co., OH443, and died June 22, 1894 in buried Lake Cemetery, Lamar, Barton Co., MO444,445,446,447,448. He married ISABELL “BELLE” BUSKIRT449,450,451 September 10, 1870 in Pleasant Hill, Winona Co. MN. She was born April 22, 1853 in IL452, and died October 24, 1917 in Nevada, Barton Co., MO452,453,454,455,456.

Notes for EZRA C. GRANT:
Ezra C. Grant – was a photographer in Lamar, Barton Co., MO. At the Barton Co. Historical Society Library and Museum there are several photographs which he took on display. At the bottom of the photographs is “GRANT – N.W. Cor. Square, Lamar”. He obtained the permit to bury for both his mother, Sarah P. Grant (d. May 2, 1883] and his father, E.T. Grant [d. Dec 11, 1891] and placed them in the family lot in Lake Cemetery, Lamar, Barton Co., MO – where just three years after his father’s death, he would join them in eternal rest. The permit to bury E.C. Grant was obtained by a J. W. Beaty. Questions?: Where was his son Roy Grant – was he too young to bury his father. Was the mother Belle already at the asylum [insane] in Nevada where she would die in 1918?[it was suggested by a lady working at the Barton Co. Historical Society Library in Lamar that Belle might have been in the asylum since the funeral record for her death showed no 'cost' - usually this meant that the town/asylum had picked up the expenses . However, later this woman found that a death notice stated that she died at the home of her son, Roy in Nevada.} Was M. W. Grant - his brother - already too ill - (Cause of death "stomach" - ? Ca of the stomach?) or too far away - Joplin to help with the arrangements for the father E.T. or the brother E. C.?
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Notes for ISABELL "BELLE" BUSKIRT:
1910 US Census - Lamar, Burton Co., MO - Belle Grant - age 57 - born IL - living alone [from Toby]
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More About ISABELL “BELLE” BUSKIRT:
Burial: October 25, 1917, Lake Cemetery, Lamar, Barton Co., MO457

Children of EZRA GRANT and ISABELL BUSKIRT are:
i. HARRY9 GRANT458.
ii. ROY GRANT.
iii. FLORA GRANT.

62. SAMUEL JOHN8 GRANT (JOHN T.7, SAMUEL6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1)459 was born April 10, 1838 in Meigs Co., OH460,461, and died July 28, 1869 in Meigs Co., OH462. He married SUSAN ELIZABETH NYE463 June 17, 1860, daughter of JOHN NYE and NANCY SPILLER. She was born January 15, 1838463.

More About SAMUEL JOHN GRANT:
Burial: Hill Cemetery, Middleport, Meigs Co., OH

Children of SAMUEL GRANT and SUSAN NYE are:
i. CHARLES9 GRANT463.
ii. LIZZIE GRANT463.
iii. ALEX GRANT463.
iv. ELVA MAUD GRANT463,464, b. 1866465; d. 1942465; m. JOHH H. MARTIN466.

More About ELVA MAUD GRANT:
Burial: Hill Cemetery, Middleport, Meigs Co., OH467

v. SAMUEL GRANT, JR.468.
vi. MILTON GRANT468.
vii. CARLETON GRANT468.
viii. MARY GRANT468.
ix. BESSIE GRANT468.
x. RUTH GRANT468.

63. WILLIAM HOBART8 GRANT (WILLIAM HULL7, SAMUEL6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1)469 was born June 24, 1848 in Middleport, Meigs Co., OH470,471, and died August 06, 1904 in Ellinwood, Barton Co., KS. He married ELLA JEANETTE LOGAN472 1877 in Middleport, Meigs Co., OH, daughter of LUCY SOMERVILLE.

Notes for WILLIAM HOBART GRANT:
from the Pioneer History of Meigs Co, OH -

“Ester Hobart became the wife of William Grant and reared a family of marked intellectual force. California (Cally) his daughter, was a noted teacher in the Cincinnati Conservatory of Music, and passed away in 1906 deeply mourned. Electa Grant spent some years teaching in the New Church Academy in Philadelphia. Julia was the wife of James Bogges, a pro,minent citizen of Meigs, and a county treasurer. William Grant, Jr. (William Hobart Grant) was a farmer in Great Bend, Kansas, a successful man. Lucy Grant, the youngest child, is a teacher of kindergarten schools.”
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taken “From Kittery to Kansas” -

‘Born June 24, 1848 in Middleport, Ohio, william Hobart Grant was the second child born of William Hull and Estherr Hobart Grant.

In 1871, William Hobart Grant and a friend, William Halsey, were part of a covered wagon caravan headed west in quest of adventure and opportunity. When the wagons arrived in Barton Co., Kansas, near the town of Ellinwood, both Williams decided to stay there as homesteaders.

William Hobart Grant returned to Middleport in 1873 to keep alive his romance with Ella Jeanette Logan. He then went back to Kansas where he developed a dairy farm on his 160 acres on the south side of the Arkansas River. His friend, William Halsey, homesteaded land on the other side of the river.

In 1877 William returned again to Middleport, this time to marry Ella Jeanette Logan. He brought his new bride to live in a asd house which he had built in this then sparsely populated part of the great plains country.

In November of 1878, Ella returned to Middleport (by then there were trains) to give birth to their son, William Thomas, who was born Noovember 30, 1878. In those days Ellinwood had no doctors, but Middleport had medical facilities. Six other children – Kathleen (Mrws. J. H. Torrance); Frank; Helen; Frederick, who died at age 2; and twins Donald and Dorothy (Mrs. John W. Dulles) were born to William Hobart Grant and Ella Jeanette.

The last six children were born in Ellinwood for by that time a doctor was available. To obtain the doctor’s service required someone going on horseback to the doctor’s residence, and bringing him to the home.

William Hobart Grant homesteaded additionaol land obtained by exercising a timber claim, then planting 1,000 Catalpa trees which were used for railroad ties. Today the Grant farm is operated by Donald Grant and Marjorie and Dale Ballard.

Active in the affairs of Ellinwood and Barton County Kansas, he (William Hobart Grant) served as the first County Superintendent of schools of Barton County.

William Hobart Grant died in 1902 and is buried in the Ellinwood cemetery.

Children of WILLIAM GRANT and ELLA LOGAN are:
86. i. WILLIAM THOMAS9 GRANT, b. November 30, 1878, Middleport, Meigs Co., OH; d. November 29, 1954, Kansas City, MO.
ii. KATHLEEN GRANT, b. 1880.
iii. FRANK GRANT, b. 1882.
iv. HELEN GRANT, b. 1884.
v. FREDERIC GRANT, b. 1889.
vi. DONALD GRANT, b. 1893.
vii. DOROTHY GRANT, b. 1893.

64. LANDRES8 GRANT (CALVIN7, LANDRES6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1)473 was born March 20, 1847 in Middleport, OH474,475, and died January 30, 1918 in buried Bush Cemetery, Pleasant Hill, Winona Co., Minn.. He married ALVINA MARK March 19, 1881 in La Corsse, Wisconsin476, daughter of HERMAN MARG and HENRIETTA UNKNOWN. She died February 29, 1924 in buried Bush Cemetery, Pleasant Hill, Winona Co., Minn..

Children of LANDRES GRANT and ALVINA MARK are:
i. EARL GRANVILLE9 GRANT, b. October 10, 1884, New Hardford, Winona Co., Minn.477.

Notes for EARL GRANVILLE GRANT:
from ‘The Peter Grant Family’ prepared Jan. 15, 1943, by Eric P. White.

“Unmarried. Present address, R.F. D. , Sparta, Wisconsin”

ii. PEARL EDITH GRANT, b. December 20, 1888478; d. February 20, 1889479.
87. iii. GRACE GLADYS GRANT, b. June 14, 1892.
iv. RUSSELL ARNOLD GRANT, b. October 01, 1896480.
v. RAYMOND ULYSSES GRANT, b. November 10, 1903480.

65. JENNETT8 GRANT (CALVIN7, LANDRES6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1) was born 1858481,482, and died January 14, 1932 in San Francisco, CA – ashes scattered over Pacific Ocean483. She married (1) UNKNOWN BUCK. She married (2) UNKNOWN HILL. She married (3) UNKNOWN SMITH.

Children of JENNETT GRANT and UNKNOWN BUCK are:
i. KATHERINE9 BUCK484, m. UNKNOWN HATFIELD; b. 484.
ii. PEARL BUCK, d. 1918484.

Children of JENNETT GRANT and UNKNOWN HILL are:
iii. GRACE9 HILL.
iv. WALTER HILL.
v. HARRY HILL.

66. THOMPSON8 GRANT (CALVIN7, LANDRES6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1) was born June 28, 1859485, and died December 10, 1915486. He married LILLIAN TAIT October 01, 1886 in Winona, Minn487. She was born May 22, 1865487.

Children of THOMPSON GRANT and LILLIAN TAIT are:
i. HERBERT ULYSSES9 GRANT, b. August 28, 1887, New Hardford, Winona Co., Minn.488; m. OLIVE FEE, Abt. 1925, Blanchard, Idaho489; b. 489.
ii. RALPH BYRON GRANT, b. January 17, 1889, New Hardford, Winona Co., Minn.490; m. OLIVE GIBSON491, Abt. 1917491.
88. iii. FLOYD GRANT, b. July 15, 1891, New hardford, Winona Co., Minn..
89. iv. WESLEY HAROLD GRANT, b. October 30, 1892, Ridgeway, Minn.
v. ROYAL CALVIN GRANT, b. December 12, 1896, Ridgeway, Minn491.
90. vi. FLOSSYE ROSALYN GRANT, b. July 09, 1904.

67. NEWTOM8 GRANT (CALVIN7, LANDRES6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1) was born July 06, 1863492,493, and died July 1933 in from fall off a hay wagon, buried Wyeville, Wisconsin494. He married SARAH SADIE WILSON March 28, 1891 in La Crosse, Wisconsin. She was born June 29, 1870 in Winona Co. MN..

Children of NEWTOM GRANT and SARAH WILSON are:
91. i. ALICE9 GRANT, b. November 01, 1892, New Hartford, Minn; d. December 30, 1918, Burley, ID – buried in Wood Cemetery, Wyeville, Wis..
ii. JOSEPH GRANT, b. March 28, 1895495.

Notes for JOSEPH GRANT:
from ‘The Peter Grant Family’ prepared Jan. 15, 1943, by Eric P. White
pg. 21 – Address, Wyeville, Wisconsin.

92. iii. SUSIE GRANT, b. August 09, 1898, Richmond, Minn.
iv. HAROLD GRANT, b. August 24, 1901496.
v. WALTER GRANT, b. September 24, 1904497.
vi. CALVIN GRANT, b. May 09, 1907, Richmond, Minn.498.

68. CALVIN8 GRANT (CALVIN7, LANDRES6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1) was born June 22, 1865 in Pleasant Hill, Winona Co., Minn.499. He married MYRTLE LUCINDA SNIDER September 05, 1893 in Winona, Minn. She was born March 05, 1873 in Winona, Minn., and died January 19, 1942 in St. Croix Falls, Minn, buried in the Bush Cemetery, Winona Co. Minn.500.

Children of CALVIN GRANT and MYRTLE SNIDER are:
i. CALVIN VERNON9 GRANT, b. June 20, 1894501; d. October 12, 1894501.
ii. MYRTLE GRANT, b. November 12, 1895502; d. November 29, 1895503.
93. iii. SARAH ANNIE GRANT, b. February 03, 1899, Dakota, Minn.
94. iv. PHYLLIS MARGARET GRANT, b. September 20, 1907.

69. EDGAR8 GRANT (CALVIN7, LANDRES6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1)504 was born April 1869 in Pleasant Hill, Winona Co., Minn.505,506, and died May 01, 1927 in buried Bush Cemetery, Pleasant Hill, Winona Co., Minn.507. He married ELIZABETH S. MCNALLY May 18, 1897 in La Crosse, Wisconsin. She was born June 26, 1870507, and died February 11, 1938 in buried Bush Cemetery, Pleasant Hill, Winona Co., Minn.507.

Children of EDGAR GRANT and ELIZABETH MCNALLY are:
i. LILA MATILDA9 GRANT, b. January 05, 1900, Winona Co, MN508; d. May 24, 1924508.
95. ii. VERN EDWIN GRANT, b. July 09, 1902, Winona Co, MN; d. December 28, 1937.
96. iii. ELIZABETH REBECCA GRANT, b. April 11, 1907.
iv. ETHEL LELAH GRANT, b. January 15, 1908508; d. June 10, 1913508.
v. GLEN WILLIAM GRANT, b. August 28, 1910508.

70. DELLA8 GRANT (CALVIN7, LANDRES6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1) was born July 22, 1871 in Pleasant Hill, Winona Co., Minn.509,510, and died September 21, 1937 in reed Point, Montana, buried in Reed Point Cemetery-of creeping “paralusis”. She married GEORGE PENN STRITCH April 26, 1892. He was born September 19, 1866511.

Children of DELLA GRANT and GEORGE STRITCH are:
i. BABY9 STRITCH512, d. died as a baby513.
ii. IRENE ISABELL STRITCH, b. September 25, 1897514; m. FREDERICK BASTIFF SWIFT, June 1931, San Francisco, CA515; b. 515.
iii. JOHN HORTON STRITCH, b. September 25, 1900515; d. 1910, Dakota, Minn. by accidental poisoning516.
97. iv. HOLLIS GRANT STRITCH, b. August 29, 1903, Dakota, Minn.

71. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN8 KNIGHT (BENJAMIN7, AGNES6 GRANT, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1) He married LADY UNKNOWN.

Notes for LADY UNKNOWN:
from Racine Tribune [newspaper] Meigs Co., OH

“Chester Notes – June 29, 1887 – Mrs. B. F. Knight is visiting her mother at Hackingport O”

Child of BENJAMIN KNIGHT and LADY UNKNOWN is:
i. ARTHUR9 KNIGHT517.

Notes for ARTHUR KNIGHT:
Racine Tribune [newspaper] Meigs Co., OH

“Chester Notes – June 29, 1887 Arthur Knight returned from NY Thursday where he had been with a carload of sheep for his father, B. F. Knight.”

72. ORRIN8 GRANT (ANDREW7, BENJAMIN6, NATHANIEL5, PETER4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1)518. He married SWEET THANG UNKNOWN.

Child of ORRIN GRANT and SWEET UNKNOWN is:
98. i. HERBERT9 GRANT.

73. ALPHONZO8 GRANT (SYLVESTER7, BENJAMIN6, NATHANIEL5, PETER4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1)519 was born September 01, 1855519. He married LIZZIE ALLARD.

Child of ALPHONZO GRANT and LIZZIE ALLARD is:
99. i. WILLIAM SYLVESTER9 GRANT, b. October 06, 1890; d. May 1979.

74. NORA CLAIRE8 GRANT (WILLIAM SULLIVAN7, SAMUEL CLINTON6, PETER5, SAMUEL4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1)520 was born March 28, 1863 in Washington, D. C., and died 1937521. She married COL. WILLIAM POWELL RICE.

Child of NORA GRANT and COL. RICE is:
i. VAUGHAN B.9 RICE522.

75. HORATIO WILLIAM8 GRANT (HORATION B.7, ANDREW R.6, EPHRAIM5, EPHRAIM4, JAMES3, JAMES2, PETER1) was born April 16, 1874 in Marysville, Nevada Co., CA523, and died June 21, 1959 in Longview, WA524. He married GLADYS MIRANDA BISHOP July 06, 1913 in Oroville, CA525. She was born November 01, 1894 in Magalia, CA526, and died December 11, 1981 in Red Bluff, CA (Mercy Hospital)527.

Children of HORATIO GRANT and GLADYS BISHOP are:
100. i. CLIFTON WILLIAM9 GRANT, b. July 11, 1914, De Sabla, CA.
ii. MARJORIE V. GRANT, b. 1917528.
iii. DONALD BISHOP GRANT, b. 1919528.
iv. GLADYS MABLE GRANT, b. 1922528.

Generation No. 9

76. CARRIE A.9 GRANT (ELBERT CLARK8, ROYAL CLARK7, SAMUEL6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1) was born April 20, 1873529. She married SAMUEL G. HOOBLER June 20, 1900 in Appanoose Co., IA530. was born 531.

Children of CARRIE GRANT and SAMUEL HOOBLER are:
i. ZOE LUCILE10 HOOBLER, b. April 11, 1903532; m. WILLIAM CHARLES ZEWICK, June 15, 1927532; b. 533.
ii. FAYE HOOBLER534, m. F. B. SHERRY; b. 535.
iii. NETTA CARRIE HOOBLER, b. November 14, 1908536.

77. LENA R.9 DAVIS (EVALINE EVA WITHEE8 GRANT, ROYAL CLARK7, SAMUEL6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1) was born May 14, 1860537. She married HUGH DAVIS September 1893537.

Children of LENA DAVIS and HUGH DAVIS are:
101. i. EDWARD HUGH10 DAVIS, b. July 21, 1894.
102. ii. CLARA MARGARET DAVIS.
iii. DOROTHY EVELYN DAVIS537.
103. iv. LOUISA ELIZABETH DAVIS.

78. AUBREY ROYAL9 GRANT (EMMERSON RESOLVED8, ROYAL CLARK7, SAMUEL6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1)538 was born March 08, 1874539, and died April 18, 1930 in at Central Hotel, Jefferson City, Cole Co., MO – differs from prior info -[Eric White - 1943 stated 'died when a young man']540. He married (1) SADIE MULQUEN541. He married (2) RUTH CLEVELAND ROSS541 April 25, 1916541. She was born November 22, 1893 in @430 W. McCarty, Jefferson City, Cole Co., MO541, and died October 09, 1946 in Jefferson City, Cole Co., MO541.

Notes for AUBREY ROYAL GRANT:
from Eric White – son-in-law of John Grant [ebwhite@planetkc.com 12/11/2000]
Aubrey Royal Grant went to college in Wichita, KS @ Garfield University. Worked in St. Louis and had restaurants in Hannibal and Fulton, MO. Moved family to Hofflin, MO, but spent most of the time on the road, selling “Grandma’s Cakes”. Managed restaurant at Central Hotel in Jefferson City, MO – where he died.

More About AUBREY ROYAL GRANT:
Burial: Riverside Cemetery, Jefferson City, Cole Co., MO541

More About RUTH CLEVELAND ROSS:
Burial: Riverside Cemetery, Jefferson City, Cole Co., MO541

Child of AUBREY GRANT and SADIE MULQUEN is:
i. EDITH10 GRANT541, b. October 29, 1897541; d. November 21, 1978, St. Louis, MO541.

Children of AUBREY GRANT and RUTH ROSS are:
104. ii. AUBREY ROYAL10 GRANT, JR., b. November 24, 1915, Keokuk, IA; d. September 26, 1982, Springfield, Greene Co, MO.
105. iii. JOHN EMMERSON GRANT, b. July 08, 1917, @430 W. McCarty, Jefferson City, Cole Co., MO; d. March 22, 2001, Jefferson City, Cole Co., MO.
106. iv. DOROTHY RUTH GRANT, b. February 09, 1920, Jefferson City, MO.
107. v. ROBERT ROSS GRANT, b. October 15, 1921, Jefferson City, MO; d. July 21, 1983, Chaska, MN-while playing golf at US Senior Open Championship – of heart attack.
108. vi. CHARLES EDWARD GRANT, b. February 26, 1925, Hofflin, near Cuba, MO; d. 1983, Plainfield, IN.
109. vii. JAMES HENRY GRANT, b. September 30, 1927, Hofflin, near Cuba, MO; d. November 19, 1999, Shawnee Mission, KS.

79. LILLIE MAE9 GRANT (EMMERSON RESOLVED8, ROYAL CLARK7, SAMUEL6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1)542 was born June 05, 1883 in St. Louis, MO543, and died May 07, 1976 in Cuba, MO543. She married AURTHUR ZORN543.

Children of LILLIE GRANT and AURTHUR ZORN are:
110. i. RALPH10 ZORN.
ii. GRANT ZORN543.

80. HARRY CLINTON9 GRANT (EMMERSON RESOLVED8, ROYAL CLARK7, SAMUEL6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1)543 was born December 01, 1889 in KS543, and died September 08, 1962543. He married HAZEL SINCLAIRE.

Children of HARRY GRANT and HAZEL SINCLAIRE are:
i. RUTH10 GRANT543, m. ROBERT FITZGERALD543.
ii. MARGARET GRANT543, m. UNKNOWN SPENCER543.
iii. ANDREW GRANT543, m. EVELYN RUHD543.
iv. MARY LEE GRANT543, m. CHARLES HARPER543.
v. JEAN GRANT543, m. UNKNOWN WEST; b. 543.
vi. BETTY GRANT543.
vii. LAURREL GRANT543, d. December 07, 1941, died on USS Arizona, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii543.
viii. JENNY GRANT543, m. LEO DONLY, DDS543.

81. SARAH EMELINE9 GRANT (BENSON JONES8, EBENEZER TUTTLE7, SAMUEL6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1)544,545,546,547 was born December 17, 1857 in Houston Co., MN548, and died January 09, 1915549. She married JAMES T. TURK550.

Children of SARAH GRANT and JAMES TURK are:
i. GEORGIA10 TURK.
ii. GRACE TURK.

82. JOHN CHARLES FREMONT9 GRANT (BENSON JONES8, EBENEZER TUTTLE7, SAMUEL6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1)551,552 was born July 08, 1860 in La Cresent, Winona Co., MN553,554, and died February 17, 1917 in Tulsa, Tulsa Co., OK555,556,557. He married (1) ANNA WAGNER Abt. 1881. She was born October 27, 1859558, and died August 02, 1897 in Galena, Cherokee Co., KS558,559. He married (2) MARY S. SIMPSON560 Abt. 1900 in Galena, KS561. She was born March 21, 1857 in Ill.562, and died in California (sometime after 1948)563.

More About JOHN CHARLES FREMONT GRANT:
Burial: Rose Hill Cemetery, Tulsa, Tulsa Co., OK

Notes for ANNA WAGNER:
from interview with Florence Anna Grant Crawford 2/3/1999:

She stated that B.W. said that his mother, Anna Wagner was Penn. Dutch. During the last years of her life she was quick sick – about 3 years in bed. B.W. would cook following his mother’s directions from her bed.
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More About ANNA WAGNER:
Burial: Galena Cemetery, Galena, Cherokee Co., KS564

Notes for MARY S. SIMPSON:
from interview with Florence Anna Grant Crawford 2/3/1999:

Mary S. Grant was married twice to widowers with children. The first marriage the husband had two daughters. He died, she married Charles Freemont Grant who had two sons. She never had any children. After Charles Freemont Grant died, Mary went to California to live with one of her step-daughters from the first marriage. This was where she was living when she died in California.
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from a wedding card sent to Frank Grant on his marriage, Mary was living in California at the following address : card mailed Nov. 5, 1938: 1301 1/2 E. Orange Grove Ave., Glendale, Calif. Original card in possession of Linda Kay Grant LaClaire, Bedford, TX. [1/30/1999]
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Children of JOHN GRANT and ANNA WAGNER are:
111. i. BENSON WAGNER10 GRANT, b. September 21, 1882, Topeka, Shawnee Co. KS; d. August 16, 1963, Muskogee, Muskogee Co. OK.
112. ii. CHARLES FRANK GRANT, b. September 02, 1884, Joplin, Jasper Co., MO; d. October 04, 1953.

83. GEORGE WHITLOCK9 GRANT (BENSON JONES8, EBENEZER TUTTLE7, SAMUEL6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1)565,566,567,568 was born January 01, 1862 in Winona Co., MN569,570, and died December 28, 1952 in Miami, Ottawa Co., OK571,572,573,574. He married (1) NANNIE A. PING575 December 23, 1882 in Jasper Co., MO576, daughter of BENJAMIN PING and NANCY WOOTEN. She was born October 05, 1863 in Pulaski Co., KY577, and died February 06, 1936 in Miami, Ottawa Co, OK578,579. He married (2) MAMIE SLANKARD WOOLUMS580 September 06, 1938 in Columbus, Cherokee Co., KS, by Walter Largen, Probate Judge581. She was born July 02, 1878582, and died September 03, 1955 in Miami, Ottawa Co., OK583.

Notes for GEORGE WHITLOCK GRANT:
from email from Sandra Kay Grant – Kaykalar@aol.com Feb. 8, 1999

“George W. was in the grocery business, owned some homes and apartments and from all I have heard was quite successful. I barely remember seeing him one time and I think he held my hand and we walked to the store and got candy or something and he seemed quite warm and grandfatherly.”
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from Kaykalar@aol.com 4/7/2002 “Written by G. W. Grant at age 86. All names are true, both teachers and pupils. He did marry Nannie Ping as it says in the poem.

“MEMORIES OF MY OLD SCHOOL DAYS IN JOPLIN”

Back in the years 1877 and 8
I took my reader, spelling book and slate
And started to school in old East Town
In a little old school house
Two rooms upstairs, and two rooms down
And after passing in from out in the hall
There was the old blackboard on the wall
That term, our teacher’s name was Underwood
And he taught us hoodlums the best he could
But when the term was out
And he slammed shut the door
He said “Lord. I’d have gone nuts
In one month more”
So our next teacher was professor Race
Who had long white hair and a bull-dog face
He laid back his ears
And clamped down his jaw
And said, “Now you hoodlums,
Don’t start anything raw.”
but at the end of the term
He was glad to get loose
He said six more weeks
Would have cooked his goose
We knew then for next term
A change would occur
And sure enough our teacher
Was Rev. L. Z. Burr
He had lots of patience
And for five days he would teach
And then come Sunday
He’d go out to preach
But we got on his patience so day after day
He go so nervous
He could not even pray.
Here are some names of my old school plans
Some of the boys and some of the gals
There was Mattie Ballad and Mattie Mills
And big chuckle, red headed Sammie Wills
And Phillip Leach and Peachie Sherril
Who were both to bashful to date a girl
And Emma Shortis who was very quite and wise
In solving our problems she would advise
And Frannie Nichols and Margie Axtell, quite a pair
Both had blue eyes and bright red hair
There were Amsel and his sister, Allie Blackwell
And Frank, Ursula, and Nap Chattle
And Bill Maddy and his brother John.
And John and his sister, Mary Atchison
And two little girls we must not forget
Their names were nannie and Emma Gillette
Another boy whose name was Frank Cox
Was full of the devil, but sly as a fox
And there was Kattie Reed and Nannie Ping
Wo, years later, wore my wedding ring
We would all get together
And say let’s take a chance
And go down to Ma’s boarding house
And try for a dance
Now Grandma Fallis
Wass a jolly old soul
“Yes”, she said, “sure! Come right in
And just let her roll.”
We’d go to the dining room
Carry out tables and chairs
And stand around the room
Hand in hand in pairs
Until her son, Jim
Would get down fiddle and bow
And say “All ready kids?
come on, Let’s go.”
“Come on, kids
Don’t be afraid
Swing your partners
And all promenade,”
It would tickle your ears pink
To see the steps we would take
We would prance around so hard
Sometimes the whole house would shake
And as long as I live
I’ll never forget
The fun we had
At the old kitchen sweat
And when the hand on the clock
Got up to one
Grandma would say, “Now stop, kids.
You’ve had your fun”
And I still can remember
what she said
“Now be good children
And go home to bed
And don’t hang on the front gate
And act a fool
Tomorrow, you’ll have
To go back to school.”

More About GEORGE WHITLOCK GRANT:
Burial: December 31, 1952, GAR part of the Miami Cemetery, Miami, Ottawa Co., OK583

More About NANNIE A. PING:
Burial: February 09, 1936, GAR part of theMiami Cemetery, Ottawa Co., OK583

More About MAMIE SLANKARD WOOLUMS:
Burial: September 07, 1955, GAR part of the Miami Cemetery, Miami, Ottawa Co., OK583

Children of GEORGE GRANT and NANNIE PING are:
113. i. JESSE ULYSSES10 GRANT, b. January 31, 1884, Galena, Cherokee Co., KS; d. June 11, 1971, Hayward, Alameda Co., CA.
ii. GERTIE DE’ETTA GRANT584, b. August 01, 1891, Galena, Cherokee Co., KS585; d. April 08, 1892, Galena, Cherokee Co., KS585.
114. iii. ROBIN ALVA GRANT, b. July 21, 1894, Galena, Ottawa Co, KS.
iv. VIDA GRANT585, b. March 15, 1897, Galena, Cherokee Co., KS585; d. February 17, 1898, Spring Grove [section of Galena], Cherokee Co., KS586.
115. v. REBAH IRENE GRANT, b. December 08, 1899, Galena, Cherokee Co., KS; d. October 23, 1935.

84. DISERA ETTIE9 DAUGHERTY (SARAH HELEN8 GRANT, EBENEZER TUTTLE7, SAMUEL6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1)587 was born July 27, 1860587. She married ALONZO GERRISH587 July 11, 1875 in Pleasant Hill, Winona Co., MN587.

Children of DISERA DAUGHERTY and ALONZO GERRISH are:
i. GRACE10 GERRISH.
ii. GERTIE GERRISH.
iii. JESSIE GERRISH.

85. SARAH ADELAIDE9 CUSHMAN (SARAH HELEN8 GRANT, EBENEZER TUTTLE7, SAMUEL6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1)587 was born July 03, 1878 in Pleasant Hill Twp., Winona Co., MN587, and died October 28, 1966 in San Diego, San Diego Co., CA587. She married (1) OLIVER G. ATKINSON587 October 30, 1898 in Joplin, Jasper Co., MO587. He was born February 1874 in IL587. She married (2) STARR PORTER VAN ALSTINE587 September 25, 1906 in Pittsburg, Crawford Co., KS587, son of CHARLES VAN ALSTINE and CELIA PORTER. He was born March 26, 1881 in Mitchell, Davison Co., SD587, and died November 12, 1958 in Coronado, San Diego Co., CA587.

Notes for STARR PORTER VAN ALSTINE:
Starr Porter Van Alstine SS#557-22-2155

Children of SARAH CUSHMAN and STARR VAN ALSTINE are:
116. i. RAY ELMER10 VAN ALSTINE, b. February 29, 1920, Anderson, MO.
ii. GIRL VAN ALSTINE.

86. WILLIAM THOMAS9 GRANT (WILLIAM HOBART8, WILLIAM HULL7, SAMUEL6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1)588,589 was born November 30, 1878 in Middleport, Meigs Co., OH, and died November 29, 1954 in Kansas City, MO. He married FRANCES PETRIE DOWNING March 29, 1908 in Middleport, Meigs Co., OH, daughter of JOHN DOWNING and LUCY SUMERVILLE. She was born September 05, 1885.

Notes for WILLIAM THOMAS GRANT:
- “From Kittery to Kansas”

‘The oldest of seven children of Wiliam Hobart Grant and Ella, William Thomas Grant was born on November 30, 1878. He was always called Tom, probably to help distinguish him from his father, William Hobart, and his grandfather, William Hull. He was born in Middleport so his mother could have the benefit of medical care than was then not available in Ellinwood.

Growing up on the Grant dairy farm in Ellinwood, young Tom’s job was to milk 20 cows a day. Although early in life he decided his career would be in business, throughout his lifetime he maintained an active interest in farming, and, in fact, owned a farm in the Kansas City suburbs.

His first job was working in a local bank for $5.00 a week. the largest stockholder of the bank decried the extravagance of having a $5.00 clerk, so his services were terminated. Then he began his first selling job, selling hail insurance to the Kansas wheat farmers. In two months he had $400. He later said that when he deposited his earnings from those sales he made it a point to do so in the presence of the bank’s major stockholder who had previously dismissed him.

After the hail season passed, the next hazard facing the wheat farmer was fire which could quickly consume a wheat crop. Tom Grant sold fire insurance and did very well at it. After attending Kansas University Law School, he began selling life insurance, first in Colorado , then in Montana.

In 1904 three events which were to change Tom Grant’s life occurred. He went to Middleport to visit his grandparents adn renewed his acquaintance with Frances Petrie Downing. They agreed to keep up correspondence, and in 1908 they were married in Middleport. Four children were born to that marriage: Lucy Jean, Frances Elizabeth, Ester Jane and William Downing.

That same year Tom was transferred by his company, the National Life of U.S.A. (now the Washington National) from Butte, Montana to Kansas City, Missouri where he continued to be one of the outstanding salesmen of his company.

The automobile was coming onto the scene. Tom Grant realized that more businessmen would be using the automobile, thereby opening up a new market for accident coverage. He envisaged a company that would take care of the needs of businessmen in much the same way as some Accident Associations were then providing coverage for traveling salesmen.

In 1908 he began to pursue his idea, seeking legal counsel from a well=-known Kansas City lawyer, Solomon Gilmore. Tom Grant learned that to form a new company required depositing $5,000 with the Missouri Insurance Department in order to insure payment of claims. Even though he had done very well in selling life insurance, he did not have $5,000, an astronomical sum in those days.

Tp raise the $5,000 he decided to sell 500 accident policies for a premium of $10 a year, in an organization which existed only in his determined mind. Living off the renewal commissions from his past life insurance sales, he sold 531 policies in a little more than three months. With the needed $5,000 raised, his new organization, the Business Men’s Accident Association, was granted a charter and opend for business in a small office in downtown Kansas City on July 1, 1909.

Children of WILLIAM GRANT and FRANCES DOWNING are:
i. LUCY JEAN10 GRANT, b. 1909.
ii. FRANCES ELIZABETH GRANT, b. 1912.
iii. ESTHER JANE GRANT, b. 1915.
117. iv. WILLIAM DOWNING GRANT, b. February 10, 1917, Kansas City, MO.

87. GRACE GLADYS9 GRANT (LANDRES8, CALVIN7, LANDRES6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1) was born June 14, 1892590. She married ERIC PASSMORE WHITE October 17, 1923 in Livingston, Montana590. was born 591.

Children of GRACE GRANT and ERIC WHITE are:
i. ROBERT LINCOLN10 WHITE, b. February 05, 1928592.
ii. ELIZABETH JOYCE WHITE, b. December 14, 1928592.

88. FLOYD9 GRANT (THOMPSON8, CALVIN7, LANDRES6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1) was born July 15, 1891 in New hardford, Winona Co., Minn.593. He married IDA GILE.

Marriage Notes for FLOYD GRANT and IDA GILE:
from ‘The Peter Grant Family’ prepared Jan. 15, 1943, by Eric P. White
pg. 21 “He had one son and one daughter . He was divorced about 1925.

Children of FLOYD GRANT and IDA GILE are:
i. CLARIBEL10 GRANT, b. April 19, 1914594.
ii. CLARENCE BYRON GRANT, b. July 19, 1917594.

89. WESLEY HAROLD9 GRANT (THOMPSON8, CALVIN7, LANDRES6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1) was born October 30, 1892 in Ridgeway, Minn595. He married ALICE BATEMAN March 09, 1915596.

Children of WESLEY GRANT and ALICE BATEMAN are:
i. THOMPSON ALVIN10 GRANT, b. December 20, 1915597.
ii. CLYDE RAYMOND GRANT, b. August 01, 1917597.
iii. MERLE LEONA GRANT, b. September 14, 1918597.
iv. JAMES ROBERT GRANT, b. March 15, 1920597.
v. HAROLD WESLEY GRANT, b. August 28, 1922597.
vi. ALVIN ELSWORTH GRANT, b. July 12, 1926597.
vii. RALPH STANLEY GRANT, b. August 13, 1927597.
viii. HERBERT HOOVER GRANT, b. January 29, 1929597.
ix. ALICE ELIZABETH GRANT, b. April 28, 1930597; d. April 30, 1930597.

90. FLOSSYE ROSALYN9 GRANT (THOMPSON8, CALVIN7, LANDRES6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1)598 was born July 09, 1904599. She married ARTHUR RANDALL October 06, 1920 in Winona, Minn599. was born 599.

Child of FLOSSYE GRANT and ARTHUR RANDALL is:
i. MARJORIE RUTH10 RANDALL, b. December 29, 1922.

91. ALICE9 GRANT (NEWTOM8, CALVIN7, LANDRES6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1) was born November 01, 1892 in New Hartford, Minn599, and died December 30, 1918 in Burley, ID – buried in Wood Cemetery, Wyeville, Wis.600. She married GEORGE HERO January 14, 1911601. was born 601.

Children of ALICE GRANT and GEORGE HERO are:
i. GRANT GARFIELD10 HERO, b. January 25, 1912, Vale, Oregon602; d. August 01, 1913, Caldwell, Idaho where he is buried602.
118. ii. CHLORIS MARIE HERO, b. January 11, 1914.
119. iii. EVELYN LOUIS HERO, b. March 04, 1915.
120. iv. LUCILLE JEAN HERO, b. June 07, 1916.

92. SUSIE9 GRANT (NEWTOM8, CALVIN7, LANDRES6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1) was born August 09, 1898 in Richmond, Minn603. She married GUSTAVE EDWARD DEGLER April 25, 1917 in Racline, Wis.604. was born 605.

Children of SUSIE GRANT and GUSTAVE DEGLER are:
i. ETHEL MAE10 DEGLER, b. August 19, 1920, Tomah, Wis606.
ii. IRENE LYDIA DEGLER, b. November 24, 1921, Tomah, Wis606.
iii. GUSTAVE EDWARD DEGLER, b. July 08, 1923, Tomah, Wis607.
iv. LAVERN HAROLD DEGLER, b. November 26, 1924, Tomah, Wis608.
v. VIOLA AGNES DEGLER, b. April 10, 1927, Tomah, Wis608.
vi. HELEN MARIE DEGLER, b. October 04, 1929, Tomah, Wis608.
vii. OTTO JEROME DEGLER, b. March 10, 1931, Tomah, Wis608.

93. SARAH ANNIE9 GRANT (CALVIN8, CALVIN7, LANDRES6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1) was born February 03, 1899 in Dakota, Minn609. She married ALBIN CARL DANIELSON September 05, 1919 in St. Paul, Minn.610. He was born March 13, 1886610.

Children of SARAH GRANT and ALBIN DANIELSON are:
i. SCOTT EUGENE10 DANIELSON, b. June 20, 1920611.
ii. CHARLES CALVIN DANIELSON, b. May 05, 1922611.

94. PHYLLIS MARGARET9 GRANT (CALVIN8, CALVIN7, LANDRES6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1) was born September 20, 1907612. She married CLARENCE WILLIAM BYSTROM May 15, 1930 in St. Paul, Minn.613. was born 613.

Children of PHYLLIS GRANT and CLARENCE BYSTROM are:
i. DONALD WILLIAM10 BYSTROM, b. November 05, 1930614.
ii. SHIRLEY JANE BYSTROM, b. April 04, 1932614.

95. VERN EDWIN9 GRANT (EDGAR8, CALVIN7, LANDRES6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1) was born July 09, 1902 in Winona Co, MN615, and died December 28, 1937616. He married ELEANOR BELL October 02, 1927.

Children of VERN GRANT and ELEANOR BELL are:
121. i. LOIS ANN10 GRANT, b. March 26, 1928.
ii. JUNE ELIZABETH GRANT, b. June 01, 1929617; m. PAUL B. BILICKI, September 02, 1946, St. Casimer’s Church, La Crosse, Wis.617.

96. ELIZABETH REBECCA9 GRANT (EDGAR8, CALVIN7, LANDRES6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1) was born April 11, 1907618. She married BERNARD JULIUS WANDRO December 25, 1927 in Winona, Minn619. He was born August 09, 1906619.

Children of ELIZABETH GRANT and BERNARD WANDRO are:
i. PATRICIA ANN10 WANDRO, b. August 09, 1928620.
ii. GERALD BERNARD WANDRO, b. January 19, 1931620.
iii. NANCY WANDRO, b. 1934620.

97. HOLLIS GRANT9 STRITCH (DELLA8 GRANT, CALVIN7, LANDRES6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1) was born August 29, 1903 in Dakota, Minn621. He married DORTHA EDITH WILSON September 29, 1929 in Missoula, Mont622, daughter of JOHN WILSON and ALICE KERSEY. She was born September 17, 1906622.

Child of HOLLIS STRITCH and DORTHA WILSON is:
i. ALICE IRENE10 STRITCH, b. June 21, 1930, Missoula, Montana623.

98. HERBERT9 GRANT (ORRIN8, ANDREW7, BENJAMIN6, NATHANIEL5, PETER4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1)624. He married WONDERFUL UNKNOWN.

Child of HERBERT GRANT and WONDERFUL UNKNOWN is:
i. CAROL V.10 GRANT624, m. HANDSOME SANDERSON624.

99. WILLIAM SYLVESTER9 GRANT (ALPHONZO8, SYLVESTER7, BENJAMIN6, NATHANIEL5, PETER4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1)625 was born October 06, 1890625, and died May 1979625. He married ELIZABETH RITCHIE625.

Child of WILLIAM GRANT and ELIZABETH RITCHIE is:
122. i. RAYMOND10 GRANT.

100. CLIFTON WILLIAM9 GRANT (HORATIO WILLIAM8, HORATION B.7, ANDREW R.6, EPHRAIM5, EPHRAIM4, JAMES3, JAMES2, PETER1) was born July 11, 1914 in De Sabla, CA626. He married PHYLLIS RUTH ESLINGER626 January 26, 1934. She was born December 30, 1914 in Red Bluff, CA, and died September 13, 1994 in Longview, WA.

Children of CLIFTON GRANT and PHYLLIS ESLINGER are:
123. i. GLEN WILLIAM10 GRANT, b. January 21, 1935.
124. ii. VERNON LEE GRANT, b. November 18, 1936; d. December 30, 1987, Olympia, WA.
125. iii. RAYMOND ALLAN GRANT, b. September 27, 1946; d. January 1998, Longview, WA-died of massive coronary – USAF-ret..
126. iv. CHERYL KATHRYN GRANT, b. March 10, 1948.

Generation No. 10

101. EDWARD HUGH10 DAVIS (LENA R.9, EVALINE EVA WITHEE8 GRANT, ROYAL CLARK7, SAMUEL6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1)627 was born July 21, 1894. He married MARGARETHE LECHNER, daughter of A. LECHNER and ANNA HOFFMAN.

Children of EDWARD DAVIS and MARGARETHE LECHNER are:
127. i. DIANTHA11 DAVIS, b. March 11, 1926, Bryn Athyn, Pennsylvania.
ii. HUGH HAMLIN DAVIS627.
128. iii. ANNE DAVIS.
129. iv. CATHLIN DAVIS.
v. JUSTIN DAVIS627.
130. vi. CHARLOTTE ELLEN DAVIS.

102. CLARA MARGARET10 DAVIS (LENA R.9, EVALINE EVA WITHEE8 GRANT, ROYAL CLARK7, SAMUEL6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1)627. She married HAROLD PITCAIRN.

Children of CLARA DAVIS and HAROLD PITCAIRN are:
131. i. JUDY11 PITCAIRN.
132. ii. JOEL PITCAIRN.
iii. KHARY PITCAIRN627.

103. LOUISA ELIZABETH10 DAVIS (LENA R.9, EVALINE EVA WITHEE8 GRANT, ROYAL CLARK7, SAMUEL6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1)627. She married MERRELL LEONARD.

Child of LOUISA DAVIS and MERRELL LEONARD is:
133. i. MARGUERITE11 LEONARD.

104. AUBREY ROYAL10 GRANT, JR. (AUBREY ROYAL9, EMMERSON RESOLVED8, ROYAL CLARK7, SAMUEL6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1)628 was born November 24, 1915 in Keokuk, IA628, and died September 26, 1982 in Springfield, Greene Co, MO628. He married (1) MILDRED GERTRUDE HINES. She was born February 08, 1923 in Sedalia, and died November 14, 1986 in Kansas City, MO. He married (2) ALICE JEAN HAWKINS. She died 1971.

Notes for AUBREY ROYAL GRANT, JR.:
was a painter

Notes for MILDRED GERTRUDE HINES:
was manager of a deli

More About MILDRED GERTRUDE HINES:
Burial: Floral Hills Cemetery, Kansas City, MO628

More About ALICE JEAN HAWKINS:
Burial: Springfield, Greene Co, MO628

Children of AUBREY GRANT and MILDRED HINES are:
i. REBECCA ANN11 GRANT628.
ii. BETTY LOUISE GRANT628, b. November 23, 1942628.
iii. SANDRA LEE GRANT628, b. September 04, 1944628.

Children of AUBREY GRANT and ALICE HAWKINS are:
iv. DONALD11 GRANT628, b. 1948629.
v. DEBBIE GRANT630, b. 1953631; d. 1982, Springfield, MO632; m. JAMES PATTERSON632.
134. vi. AUBREY ROYAL GRANT III, b. February 09, 1953; d. December 10, 1985, VA Hospital, Columbia, MO.
vii. WILLIAM N. GRANT632, b. 1957632; m. GAIL UNKNOWN632.
viii. RICHARD G. GRANT633, b. 1962, Springfield, Greene Co, MO634; m. DEBIE UNKNOWN634.
ix. GARY GRANT634, b. 1964634; m. PAM UNKNOWN634.

105. JOHN EMMERSON10 GRANT (AUBREY ROYAL9, EMMERSON RESOLVED8, ROYAL CLARK7, SAMUEL6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1)634 was born July 08, 1917 in @430 W. McCarty, Jefferson City, Cole Co., MO634, and died March 22, 2001 in Jefferson City, Cole Co., MO635. He married FRANCES ALZADA CARENDER636 March 08, 1942636. She was born March 26, 1919636.

Notes for JOHN EMMERSON GRANT:
John Emmerson Grant was born at home on Madison Ave [Ross House]. He is a veteran of WWII – US Army – Pacific, Engineer. Worked for Central Missouri Trust & Jefferson Bank in Jefferson City, MO. Member of Lodge #43, AF and AM, also York Rite Shrine Moolah Lodge of St. Louis. Member of First United Methodist Church in Jefferson City, MO – occupation: Banker
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Children of JOHN GRANT and FRANCES CARENDER are:
i. BARBARA KAY11 GRANT636, b. June 05, 1944636; m. (1) CLARENCE RAYMOND GEIER636, March 01, 1965, St. Charles, MO; m. (2) ERIC B. WHITE [COLONEL]636, January 15, 1972, Jefferson City, MO636; b. October 21, 1944, Norfolk, VA636.

Notes for ERIC B. WHITE [COLONEL]:
Retired Colonel, USArmy – Reverve 30.5 years of service; Veteran of Vietnam – activated for Desert Storm – artillery & Medical Service
Graduated – University of Missouri, Columbia [Business Administration]
was baptised 1945 at the Naval Air Chapel – Norfolk, VA – occupation [2000] USGovt. DOT & IRS

ii. BETTY SUE GRANT636, b. September 28, 1953, Jefferson City, MO636; m. (1) LARRY DENNIS RAMSEY636, Unity Village, MO636; b. August 24, 1947636; m. (2) LEONARD STEVEN KRIDER636; b. August 16, 1952636.

106. DOROTHY RUTH10 GRANT (AUBREY ROYAL9, EMMERSON RESOLVED8, ROYAL CLARK7, SAMUEL6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1)636 was born February 09, 1920 in Jefferson City, MO636. She married RAYMOND STEWART. He was born April 05, 1912 in Hanibal, MO, and died August 19, 1980 in Redlands, CA.

Children of DOROTHY GRANT and RAYMOND STEWART are:
i. JUDITH JOAN11 STEWART636, b. December 03, 1944, alhambra, CA636; m. ROBERT WAYNE HANSON [COLONET, RET]636, July 28, 1968, Loma Linda, CA636.
ii. JACQULINE JENETTE STEWART636, b. June 06, 1950636; m. ROBERT VERNE OLIVER636, March 19, 1972636.

107. ROBERT ROSS10 GRANT (AUBREY ROYAL9, EMMERSON RESOLVED8, ROYAL CLARK7, SAMUEL6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1)636 was born October 15, 1921 in Jefferson City, MO636, and died July 21, 1983 in Chaska, MN-while playing golf at US Senior Open Championship – of heart attack636. He married FRANCES CLARK636 December 17, 1942 in Rocky Mount, NC636. She was born June 09, 1921 in Jefferson City, MO636.

Notes for ROBERT ROSS GRANT:
was a golf pro at Jefferson City, MO Country Club, Oakcrest CC and in Boca Raton, FL

Child of ROBERT GRANT and FRANCES CLARK is:
i. JANEY LEE11 GRANT636, b. October 02, 1955636; m. TOM JONES636, November 06, 1982, Cliffton, NC636; b. November 06, 1956636.

108. CHARLES EDWARD10 GRANT (AUBREY ROYAL9, EMMERSON RESOLVED8, ROYAL CLARK7, SAMUEL6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1)636 was born February 26, 1925 in Hofflin, near Cuba, MO636, and died 1983 in Plainfield, IN636. He married (1) FLORENTINE WIEBERG. He married (2) HELEN BAXTER636.

Notes for CHARLES EDWARD GRANT:
was a talented drummer

More About CHARLES EDWARD GRANT:
Burial: Riverview Cemetery, Jefferson City, MO636

Notes for HELEN BAXTER:
occupation: nurse

Child of CHARLES GRANT and FLORENTINE WIEBERG is:
135. i. DEBBIE11 GRANT, b. 1953.

109. JAMES HENRY10 GRANT (AUBREY ROYAL9, EMMERSON RESOLVED8, ROYAL CLARK7, SAMUEL6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1)636 was born September 30, 1927 in Hofflin, near Cuba, MO636, and died November 19, 1999 in Shawnee Mission, KS. He married MAE BETZ June 03, 1951 in Sullivan, MO. She was born April 02, 1932 in Sullivan, MO.

Notes for JAMES HENRY GRANT:
occupation : USPostal Service

More About JAMES HENRY GRANT:
Burial: November 23, 1999, Sullivan, MO – IOOF Cemetery

Children of JAMES GRANT and MAE BETZ are:
i. VICKI LYNN11 GRANT636, b. September 09, 1953636; m. JERRY CRUMP636, Sullivan, MO636; b. December 29, 1952636.
ii. CRAIG DERWIN GRANT636, b. February 11, 1959, Sullivan, MO636; m. DEBORAH ANN HEMINGHAUS636, June 19, 1986636; b. July 11, 1962636.

110. RALPH10 ZORN (LILLIE MAE9 GRANT, EMMERSON RESOLVED8, ROYAL CLARK7, SAMUEL6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1)636. He married LOVY UNKNOWN.

Child of RALPH ZORN and LOVY UNKNOWN is:
i. ROB11 ZORN637.

111. BENSON WAGNER10 GRANT (JOHN CHARLES FREMONT9, BENSON JONES8, EBENEZER TUTTLE7, SAMUEL6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1) was born September 21, 1882 in Topeka, Shawnee Co. KS638, and died August 16, 1963 in Muskogee, Muskogee Co. OK639. He married (1) GERTRUDE FAY ANDERSON November 24, 1904 in Galena, Cherokee Co., KS640,641,642, daughter of JOHN ANDERSON and FLORENCE GUILD. She was born August 16, 1879 in Hopkins, MO, and died June 19, 1941 in Tulsa, Tulsa Co., OK643. He married (2) RUTH IRENE GROAT October 10, 1947 in Tulsa, Tulsa Co., OK. She was born April 12, 1899 in Dutton, MI, and died October 07, 1970 in Tulsa, Tulsa Co., OK.

Notes for BENSON WAGNER GRANT:
Marriage records from Galena, Cherokee Co., KS:

“DECLARATION – I Benson W. Grant of the County of Harris and State of Texas being first duly sworn, on my oath delcare, that I am acquainted with Benson W. Grant of Houston, Texas and Gertrude F. Anderson of Galena, Ks., the parties applying for a Marriage License; that Benson W. Grant is 22 years of age, and Gertrude F. Anderson is 26 years of age; that they are not related to each other in the degrees prohibited by low, to wit: parent and child, grand-parent and grand-child of any degree, brother and sister of either the one-half or of the whole blood; uncle and niece, aunt and nephew, nor first cousins; and that there exists no legal impediment to said marriage. Signed Benson W. Grant. Subscribed and Sworn to before me, this 23rd day of November, 1904. Geo.H. Wilson, Probate Judge.

N0. 3490 MARRIAGE LICENSE – DUPLICATE
Columbus, Kansas, November 23rd, A.D. 1904
TO ANY PERSON AUTHORIZED BY LAW TO SOLEMNIZE MARRIAGE:
You are hereby authorized to join in Marriage Benson W. Grant of Harris County, State of Texas, aged 22 years, and Gertrude F. Anderson of Cherokee County, State of kansas, aged 26 years; and of such marriage you will make due return to me office within thirty days from date thereof.
Geo. H. Wilson, Probate Judge

RECORD OF CERTIFICATE OF MARRIAGE

THE STATE OF KANSAS< COUNTY OF CHEROKEE, as, TO THE PROBATE JUDGE OF SAID COUNTY: This is to Certify That on the 24 day of November 1904, I united Benson W. Grant and Gertrude F. Anderson in marriage, in accordance with the laws of this State, and by authority of License No. 3490 issue by you.   Returned and filed nov. 26th, 1904 Frank W. Otts, Off. Minister Attest: Geo. H. Wison, Probate Judge Galena, Kansas ================================================================      BENSON WAGONER GRANT (1882 – 1963) – from Tulsa Daily World, Sunday, August 18, 1963. “photo” – Benson W. Grant EARLY YMCA LEADER DIES Benson Grant Rites Pend at Muskogee   World’s Own Service   MUSKOGEE – Benson W. Grant, 80 (wrong age), early-day Tulsa leader in the YMCA and Methodist Church and a resident here since 1950, died Friday at a Muskogee hospital. Grant, a native of Galena, Kan., moved to Tulsa in 1905. He was assistant treasurer of the Gulf Oil Co., before going to work for Cosden Oil in the same capacity. He later went into business for himself, operating the B. W. Grant Drilling Co. He retired in 1949 and moved to a ranch near Muskogee in 1950. In 1907, he was active in organization of the Tulsa YMCA which came into being two years later. He held an active membership in the First Methodist Church in Tulsa and was instrumental in having the church moved from the Pythian Building to its present location on Boulder Ave. Recently, he was a member of St. Paul’s Methodist Church, Muskogee. He is survived by the widow Ruth Irene; five sons, Charles Grant, Golden, Colo, Benson W. Grant, Jr. of the home; Earl J. Grant, Muskogee; Frank Grant, Wichita Falls, Tex.; and Paul Grant, San Francisco; three step-sons, Max O. Groat, Montclair, Mich.; Donald C. Groat, San Pablo, Calif.; and Howard J. Groat, 3747 E. Virgin Place, Tulsa; a Daughter, Mrs. Florence Crawford, Atlanta; two step-daughters, Mrs. Leona Reynolds, New Baltimore, Mich., and Mrs. Zelma Muth, Panama City, Fla.; 32 grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. Arrangements are pending with Lescher Funeral Home.” ___________________________-   During the stock market crash of October 1929, Benson Grant sustained a large loss. He had left word with his attorney to sell off stocks and bonds if the market reached a certain level. It wasn’t until his return from Texas on a buying trip for oil well supplies, that he found out that his attorney had died in the meanwhile and before telling anyone else of the sell authorization. ____________________________ from interview with Florence Anna Grant Crawford on 2/3/1999:   In several of B.W.’s professional portraits he is wearing a Masonic pin. B.W. thought that he had lost it, but the pin was located on the bottom of the closet when they were cleaning out a closet located on the farm east of Tulsa.   After the funeral for their mother, one of the boys asked B.W. how it was that none of the children ever remembered their parents quarreling or having a disagreement. B.W. replied that shortly after they had two or three children, they realized the important of not quarreling in front of the children. They agreed to discuss any differences they had, and especially ones pertaining to the children, at night, behind their bedroom doors, so that they would have “an united front” to show to the children and they stuck to this philosophy. ======================= IBID: that both Charles Freemont and his son B. W. Grant were working in the mines around Galena. B.W. decided that this wasn’t the life for him so he went to business school and from then on worked in an office…for several oil companies. B.W. formed his own oil company with a pardner, but didn’t strike any oil, didn’t even strike “good” water….all his wells were salt water. ======================== IBID: After B. W. and Gertrude Fay Anderson were married they went directly to Beaumont, TX where B. W. did accounting for an oil company. He learned a lot of Spanish there and would try to teach his children Spanish by using the words conversationally. ========================     More About BENSON WAGNER GRANT: Burial: Tulsa, Tulsa Co., OK – RoseHill Cemetery-Grant plot644   Notes for GERTRUDE FAY ANDERSON: from interview with Florence Anna Grant Crawford 2/3/1999:   Mother played the violin and piano and sang. She had all the kids [maybe with the exception of Paul] take music lessons until “Mother couldn’t stand it anymore”. Apparently none of the children had the affinity for music as Gertrude did. ___________________  Earl had stated that his mother sang beautiful complicated songs in public concerts, but no longer did so after her daughter, Gertrude Irene died in 1916.   Earl also stated that his mother had a very small foot – a size 1 shoe when she first married – after all her children were born she expanded clear up to a SIZE 4! —————————————   “IN MEMORIAM” – Mrs. Gertrude Faye Anderson-Grant 1879 – 1941   Again we are assembled under the sheltering Rooftree of God to mark the passing of one – our sister in Christ – Mrs. Gertrude Faye Anderson-Grant, whose trust was stayed on God, and whose freed spirit now abides in the House not made with hands, eternal in the heavens.   She entered upon this life August 16th, 1879, Hopkins, Missouri being her birthplace. She was the beloved daughter of John L. and Florence Jane Anderson.   She prepared herself for the teaching profession and was a graduate of the State Teachers’ College at Emporia, Kansas and was teaching at the time of her marriage.   On November 24th, 1904, she was united in Holy Marriage to Benson W. Grant, the ceremony being performed at Galena, Kansas. To this exceptionally happy couple were born seven children, five sons and two daughters: (one daughter, Gertrude Irene, born January 29th, 1915, died November 19th, 1916) Mrs. Grant had that innate instinct of wifehood and motherhood, and her husband and children have paid her while she yet lived, and many times, that high and noble compliment of being “one of the most devoted of wifes and one of the most lovely of mothers that ever lived” She was of a lovable and amiable disposition, understanding, patient, yet withal firm for love’s sake and kept her poise and good disposition under all circumstances, and seldom was she ever ruffled by her duties and responsibilities. And no mother could ask in return more love and devotion from her children: though widely separated each has managed through the years to return each year to the family home for a visit. And no husband could ask more in return for the love he gave than fell to Mr. Grant’s lot. One sentence sums up this family’s life together – “Their’s was a happy home”.   And there was a reason for the exceptional happiness of it – for the happiness that persevered and was unshaken by financial reverses, by illness and confinement – this home was founded in “Christ”. Mrs. Grant was “a Church woman”. All her life long she had been a member of the Church, and was enrolled at birth; since 1907 she has been a member of the First Methodist Church of Tulsa, and remained throughout her life and residence here “a member in good standing”. She was active in the Church School and in the Women’s Work. When the children were young she was active in the Cradle Roll and Junior Department; then later in the Woman’s Council Work. Even after her confinement at home because of illness, she carried on with the telephone at her bedside until she could no longer do so.   Not only was Mrs. Grant interested in her Church work but she was also interested in other welfare and organization work. She was onetime local chairman of the Parents and Teachers Association local chapter of her district; and Vice-Chairman of the High School P. T. A.; and active on the Young Women’s Christian Association and Girl Scout committees to which she was assigned because of her interest. Those who knew her best marveled at the diversities of her interests, and the amount of work she was able to do , and the things she accomplished.   And she also found time for “the love of and cultivation of flowers.” Perhaps it was because her own life filled the air with fragrance – and there was kinship there.   She lived our most holy faith: she held with all redeemed souls that – “This Body is but our house on earth- Herein we sojourn, till, in some far sky, We lease a fairer dwelling, built to last Till all the carpentry of Time is past”   adapted from “This Body is My House”, by FREDERICK LAWRENCE KNOWLES   And with the poet Browning had common faith that when Death’s Bright Angel should release her spirit from its burden of clay, that she, too,   “…Would go to prove her soul; See her way as birds their trackless way. And arrive – what time, what circuit first, She would ask not….. In good time, God’s good time, arrive: Arrive at the House not made with hands eternal in the Heavens.”   She believed that God who guides the bird on its trackless flight would guide her Soul on its trackless flight to the heavenly home: and today her Faith has become sight!   The light she leaves behind – the light of faith and hope and love – falls in benediction upon her beloved husband and children; they truly mourn her passing from their happy scene, but rejoice that she hath found the sweet pease that passeth all understanding.   To her husband, Benson W. Grant to her surviving children” to her daughter, Mrs. Joseph S. Crawford, Jr., of Atlanta, Georgia; to her sons – Charles J., of Rockypoint, Wyoming; Benson W., Jr., of Hutchinson, Kansas; Frank A. of McAlester, Oklahoma; Earl J., of Golden, Colorado; and Paul E. of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; and seven grand-children, Joseph S. Crawford III, William Brant Crawford, Judie Jeanne Grant, Constance Joan Grant, Paul Edward Grant, Jr., Terry Anderson Grant, and Sandra Lou Grant and to her many devoted friends GERTRUDE FAYE ANDERSON-GRANT leaves a legacy of precious memories, of memories that shall ever bless and ever be a benediction; for all who knew her intimately thank God that she lived, and that they were privileged to know her.   Hear now the Comforting Words of the Church and take them as a balm unto your sorrowing hearts and minds, in the Name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit. Amen.   Prepared by Golder Lawrence, D.D., Minister, First Methodist Church, Tulsa —————————————————- Her daughter Florence Grant Crawford said[11/15/2000] that she never knew anyone who hated to grow old as much as her mother did. When the first grandchild, Joe S. Crawford III was born 18 July 1930 Gertrude stated that she wasn’t going to be a ‘grandmother’, but she would serve as the child’s “AUNT”. —————————-     More About GERTRUDE FAY ANDERSON: Burial: Tulsa, Tulsa Co., OK – RoseHill Cemetery-Grant plot645   Notes for RUTH IRENE GROAT: RUTH IRENE GROAT GRANT (1899 – 1970)   Memorial Obituary (from Tulsa paper)   Entered into Eternal Rest Wednesday Oct 7, 1970   GRANT – Ruth Irene, 72, 3219 East Xyler, passed away Wednesday. Born April 12, 1899, Grand Rapids, Mich. widow of Benson W. Grant. Survived by: three sons, Howard and Don Groat, both of Tulsa; Max Groat, Wert Smith AFB, Michigan; Two daughters, Mrs. James Reynolds, New latimore, Mich. Mrs. Walther Muth, Panama City, Fla.; one stepdaughter Mrs. Florence Crawford, Marietta, GA.; five step sons, Charles Grant, Gunnison, Colo.; Ben W. Grant Jr., Tulsa; Frank Grant, Wichita Falls, Texas; Earl Grant, Muskogee; Paul Grant, Sacramento, Calif.; one sister Mrs. Betty Hanson, Marysville, Mich.; 31 grandchildren; 19 great-grandchildren. Services 3 p.m. Friday, Tulsa Whisen-hunt Chapel, 932-2351. Interment Rose Hill. Children of BENSON GRANT and GERTRUDE ANDERSON are: 136. i. FLORENCE ANNA11 GRANT, b. March 13, 1906, Galena,Cherokee Co., KS; d. January 08, 2006, GA. 137. ii. CHARLES JOHN GRANT, b. October 29, 1907, (8#, 2oz)Tulsa, Tulsa Co., Oklahoma; d. January 06, 1972, Grand Junction, CO. 138. iii. BENSON WAGNER GRANT, JR., b. March 29, 1909, Tulsa, Tulsa Co., OK; d. September 16, 1984, Tulsa, Tulsa Co., OK (buried Rose Hill Cemetery). 139. iv. FRANK ANDERSON GRANT, b. December 21, 1910, Tulsa, Tulsa Co., OK; d. January 14, 1997, Bedford, Terrant Co., Texas. 140. v. EARL J GRANT, b. May 07, 1912, Tulsa, Tulsa Co., OK; d. July 19, 1996, Muskogee, Muskogee Co., OK. vi. GERTRUDE IRENE GRANT646, b. January 29, 1915, Tulsa, Tulsa Co., OK646; d. November 19, 1916, Tulsa, Tulsa Co., OK (intestinal blockage).   Notes for GERTRUDE IRENE GRANT: from interview with Florence Anna Grant Crawford 2/3/1999:   Gertrude was named after her mother GERTRUDE Anderson Grant, and her middle name of IRENE came from a friend of her mother’s.   Gertrude had dark curly hair and dark eyes. In the portrait that was taken shortly before she died…she is looking at a small teddy bear. Florence said that she was afraid of stuffed toys and didn’t like the one when the photo was taken. ————————-   More About GERTRUDE IRENE GRANT: Burial: RoseHill Cemetery, Tulsa, Tulsa Co., OK   141. vii. PAUL EDWARD GRANT, b. December 17, 1917, Tulsa, Tulsa Co., OK.   Children of BENSON GRANT and RUTH GROAT are: viii. MAX O.11 GROAT. ix. DONALD C. GROAT. x. HOWARD J. GROAT. xi. LEONA GROAT. xii. ZELMA GROAT.     112. CHARLES FRANK10 GRANT (JOHN CHARLES FREMONT9, BENSON JONES8, EBENEZER TUTTLE7, SAMUEL6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1) was born September 02, 1884 in Joplin, Jasper Co., MO647, and died October 04, 1953648,649. He married GRACE I. SANDERS650. She was born in Anthony, KS.   Notes for CHARLES FRANK GRANT: from newpaper obit at time of C. Frank Grant’s death:   “RETIRED OIL SCOUT DIES” Funeral Pending for C. Frank Grant, 69   C. Frank Grant, 69, retired sout for the Mid-Continent Petroleum Corp., died Friday at his home, 1002 S. Florence Ave. Mr. Grant came to Tulsa from Haskell in 1921. He worked as scout for the Cosden Oil Co., before the firm’s merger with MidContinent. He was a member of the Wheeling Avenue Christian church and Delta Masonic Lodge No. 425, Mr. Grant was a native of Joplin, Mo. Survivors include a son, C. F. Grant, Jr., Kewanee, Ill; a brother, B. W. Grant, Muskogee; his mother, Mrs. mary S. Grant, Long Beach, Calif., and three grandchildren. Funeral arrangements are pending with the Mowbray-Manning funeral home. —————- copy of newspaper clipping sent to me by Mrs. Alice Grant, C. Frank Grant’s daughter-in-law. 2/1999   More About CHARLES FRANK GRANT: Burial: October 10, 1953, Rose Hill Cemetery, Grant Plot, Tulsa, Tulsa Co., OK Child of CHARLES GRANT and GRACE SANDERS is: 142. i. CHARLES FRANKLIN11 GRANT, b. June 15, 1911, Joplin, Jasper Co., MO; d. January 17, 1987, buried 19 Jan 1987, Lakewood south Cemetery, Jackson Hinds, Miss..     113. JESSE ULYSSES10 GRANT (GEORGE WHITLOCK9, BENSON JONES8, EBENEZER TUTTLE7, SAMUEL6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1)651 was born January 31, 1884 in Galena, Cherokee Co., KS651,652, and died June 11, 1971 in Hayward, Alameda Co., CA653. He married (1) JESSIE GENEVIER HIMEBAUGH654 June 08, 1906 in Carthage, KS, by J. W. Davis, Probate Judge655, daughter of LOUIS HIMEBAUGH and DEFINITELY UNKNOWN. She was born November 04, 1887 in New York656, and died January 04, 1927 in Septicemia during childbirth, Miami, Ottawa Co.,657,658. He married (2) VIRGIE MILLS659 April 01, 1941660.   Notes for JESSE ULYSSES GRANT: from email from Kay Grant Kalar @Kaykalar@aol.com Mon. Feb. 8, 1999 10:11pm   “My own Grandfather Jesse was a quiet man and very sweet and gentle. He was very small in contrast to some of the other Grants you have been telling me about. He was in the grocery business too (for most of his adult life I believe). He married Jessie in Carthage, Kansas. I think several of their children were born in Galena, my Mother born in Gravette, Ark and I think the other two in Okla. Their children who lived are: George Louis (now deceased); Sidney Roe (deceased); my Mother Nannie Irene (she goes by Irene and I think her birthyear was 1915. Is Dec. 5th); Alva Benson (Sids Father who died in an accident when Sid was very small and who was known as Bill) and my Aunt who lives in Fresno, Lois Lorene. Mom thinks there may have been another child or two in there that didn’t make it. Jessie died in childbirth with yet another child at the age of 42 in Miami baptist Hopsital. She is buried in the GAR cemetery in Miami. Sorry, I don’t have dates yet for all of these. ” ==================================   from Sid Grant – sidgrant@aol.com March 5, 1999   Jesse Grant and Jessie Himebaugh MARRIAGE LICENSE State of Missouri, County of Jasper   This License Authorizes any Judge, Justice of the Peace, or any licensed or ordained preacher of the Gospel who is a Citizen of the United States, to solemnize Marriage Between Jesse Grant of Galena, in the County of cherokee and state of Kan., who is over the age of twenty-one years; and Jessie Himebaugh of Galena in the county of Cherokee and State of Kan., who is over the age of eighteen.   Witness my hand as Recorder of Deeds, with the seal of office heretto affixed, at my office in Carthage this 8th day of June, 1906.   By (signed) L. S. Durham (signed) T. B. Hobbs (Recorder of Deeds) ——————————— STATE OF MISSOURI County of Jasper This is to certify that the undersigned J. W. Davis Probate Judge did, at Carthage in said County, on the 8th day of June A. D. 1906, unite in marriage the above named persons, and I further certify that I am a citizen of the United States and legally qualified under the laws of the State of Missouri to solemnize Marriages.                   (signed) J. W. Davis Probate Judge ____________________ The foregoing Certificate of Marriage was filed for record in my office on the 2 day of July A. D. 1906 _______________Recorder by L. S. Durham (signed) Deputy T. B. Hobbs Recorder of Deeds ______________________________   from “The History of Ottawa County” – by Velma Nieberding   ‘Jesse and Jessie operated a general stone in Wyandotte which included medicines, a soda fountain, groceries, drygoods and produce, on the corner of Broadway and Main. It was in the building that once was the Mudeater Store and the Grant familiy lived upstairs in what was the former Mudeater Hotel.   Jesse was a veteran of the Spanish American War and served on the Board of Directors for the Wyandotte School System for several years. He later married Virgie Bowles of Miami.”   More About JESSIE GENEVIER HIMEBAUGH: Burial: January 06, 1927, GAR section of the Miami Cemetery, Ottawa Co., OK661 Children of JESSE GRANT and JESSIE HIMEBAUGH are: 143. i. GEORGE LOUIS11 GRANT, b. July 31, 1909, Galena, Cherokee Co., KS; d. December 19, 1972, Miami, Ottawa Co., OK. 144. ii. SIDNEY ROE GRANT, b. May 12, 1913, Gravette, Benton Co., ARK; d. January 21, 1969, Wyandotte, Ottawa Co., OK. 145. iii. NANNIE IRENE GRANT, b. January 05, 1915, Gravatte, AR; d. May 27, 2001, CA. 146. iv. ALVAH BENSON GRANT, b. April 11, 1917, Galen, Cherokee Co., KS; d. December 22, 1942, Fresno, Fresno Co., CA. 147. v. LOIS LORENE GRANT, b. February 17, 1922, Miami, OK. vi. BABY BOY GRANT661, b. December 28, 1926, Miami, Ottawa Co., OK661; d. December 28, 1926, Miami, Ottawa Co., OK661.   More About BABY BOY GRANT: Burial: GAR section of the Miami Cemetery, Ottawa Co., OK661     114. ROBIN ALVA10 GRANT (GEORGE WHITLOCK9, BENSON JONES8, EBENEZER TUTTLE7, SAMUEL6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1)662,663 was born July 21, 1894 in Galena, Ottawa Co, KS664. He married MARGARET MAGGIE WEBB. She was born 1897665.   Notes for ROBIN ALVA GRANT: from ‘The History of Ottawa County by Velma Nieberding’ pg. 467: “Robert Alva ‘Robin’ Grant married Margaret [Maggie] Nancy Webb [b. 1897] and had [1] Robert Brant; [b. 1918]; [2] Princess Eleen Grant Nauman; [b. 1920]; [3] Wayne Allen Grant [b. 1923]. They moved from Miami to Greeley, Colo., where he operated a grocery stone in a rural area.” Children of ROBIN GRANT and MARGARET WEBB are: i. ROBERT11 GRANT665, b. 1918665. ii. PRINCESS ALLENE GRANT665, b. 1920665; m. HUNK NAUMAN665. iii. WAYNE ALLEN GRANT665, b. 1923665; m. DOTTIE UNKNOWN.     115. REBAH IRENE10 GRANT (GEORGE WHITLOCK9, BENSON JONES8, EBENEZER TUTTLE7, SAMUEL6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1)666,667 was born December 08, 1899 in Galena, Cherokee Co., KS668, and died October 23, 1935668. She married JOE HELTON668.   Notes for REBAH IRENE GRANT: a poem written by her parents:   “In Memory of Our Daughter, Reba   Our darling is gone. She passed away. Gone a long distance? No, just a short way. Gone, those beautiful eyes and face so fair. She has just gone home, to rest over there. She was loved by her neighbors and loved by the poor. And never turned one hungry, away from her door. She was the pride of our hearts, the joy of our life. A kind loving mother, a dutiful wife.   You speak of the Lily, and the sweet scented Rose. She was sweeter to us than any flower that grows. I can see her standing beside the door Of that beautiful Mansion, on the other shore. Yes, standing there waiting, with a smile on her face, Just waiting to greet us, when we finish the race, You say is it far? No, just a river to cross. And there we will find, the darling we lost.”   In Memorium: by her Mother and Father Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Grant   ________________________ from ‘The History of Ottawa County – by Velma Nieberding’ pg. 467:   “REBA IRENE GRANT married Joe Helton and their children are: [1] George Grant; [2] Harold and [3] Nannie Jo Helton Logston.” —————————   More About REBAH IRENE GRANT: Burial: Oak Hill Cemetery, Galena, Cherokee Co., KS Children of REBAH GRANT and JOE HELTON are: i. GEORGE GRANT11 HELTON669. ii. HAROLD HELTON669. iii. NANNIE JOE HELTON669, m. MYSTERY LOGSTON669.     116. RAY ELMER10 VAN ALSTINE (SARAH ADELAIDE9 CUSHMAN, SARAH HELEN8 GRANT, EBENEZER TUTTLE7, SAMUEL6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1)670 was born February 29, 1920 in Anderson, MO670. He married BARBARA UNKNOWN670 November 13, 1942 in Parish of Rapides, LA [also this was a Friday the 13th]. She was born March 06, 1919 in Kalamazoo, MI670. Children of RAY VAN ALSTINE and BARBARA UNKNOWN are: 148. i. TOBY11 VAN ALSTINE, b. 1945. ii. LINDA JEAN VAN ALSTINE670, b. March 13, 1948, Hawthorne, CA670. iii. SUSAN ADELE VAN ALSTINE670, b. April 12, 1950, Hawthorne, CA670.     117. WILLIAM DOWNING10 GRANT (WILLIAM THOMAS9, WILLIAM HOBART8, WILLIAM HULL7, SAMUEL6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1) was born February 10, 1917 in Kansas City, MO. He married MARY KENTON NOEL June 24, 1941. She was born September 06, 1918. Children of WILLIAM GRANT and MARY NOEL are: 149. i. LAURA NOEL11 GRANT, b. October 31, 1945, Lakehurst, NJ. 150. ii. WILLIAM THOMAS GRANT II, b. May 13, 1950, Kansas City, MO.     118. CHLORIS MARIE10 HERO (ALICE9 GRANT, NEWTOM8, CALVIN7, LANDRES6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1) was born January 11, 1914671. She married RALPH HILGER February 14, 1931 in Waukegon, Ill672. was born 672. Children of CHLORIS HERO and RALPH HILGER are: i. ROGER RALPH11 HILGER, b. December 25, 1931, Tomah, Wis673; d. December 26, 1931, Tomah, Wis674. ii. ROLAND ROBER HILGER, b. April 24, 1933, Tomah, Wis674. iii. RUTH ANN HILGER, b. June 07, 1935, Tomah, Wis674.     119. EVELYN LOUIS10 HERO (ALICE9 GRANT, NEWTOM8, CALVIN7, LANDRES6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1) was born March 04, 1915675. She married RALPH KRINGS. was born 676. Children of EVELYN HERO and RALPH KRINGS are: i. DWAINE ARTHUR11 KRINGS, b. April 24, 1934, Winona, Minn.677. ii. BRUCE ALLEN KRINGS, b. December 23, 1938, Winona, Minn.677.     120. LUCILLE JEAN10 HERO (ALICE9 GRANT, NEWTOM8, CALVIN7, LANDRES6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1) was born June 07, 1916678. She married GLEN SPEARS. was born 679. Children of LUCILLE HERO and GLEN SPEARS are: i. RICHARD GLEN11 SPEARS, b. October 14, 1941, Tomah, Wis680. ii. EDWIN JOE SPEARS, b. May 11, 1943, Tomah, Wis680.     121. LOIS ANN10 GRANT (VERN EDWIN9, EDGAR8, CALVIN7, LANDRES6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1) was born March 26, 1928681. Child of LOIS ANN GRANT is: 151. i. CYNTHIA11 BROOKS.     122. RAYMOND10 GRANT (WILLIAM SYLVESTER9, ALPHONZO8, SYLVESTER7, BENJAMIN6, NATHANIEL5, PETER4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1)682. He married MARGARET DRISCOLL682. Child of RAYMOND GRANT and MARGARET DRISCOLL is: 152. i. RONALD11 GRANT, b. November 27, 1942.     123. GLEN WILLIAM10 GRANT (CLIFTON WILLIAM9, HORATIO WILLIAM8, HORATION B.7, ANDREW R.6, EPHRAIM5, EPHRAIM4, JAMES3, JAMES2, PETER1) was born January 21, 1935683. He married (1) DIXIE LEE FERGUSON683 1958683. He married (2) MICHELLE TROTSKY 1975. Children of GLEN GRANT and DIXIE FERGUSON are: i. GLENNA DAWN11 GRANT, b. June 25, 1959, Longview, WA683. ii. GLORIA DAWN GRANT, b. September 26, 1962, Longview, WA683. iii. TIFFANY LYNN GRANT, b. 1970, Longview, WA683.     124. VERNON LEE10 GRANT (CLIFTON WILLIAM9, HORATIO WILLIAM8, HORATION B.7, ANDREW R.6, EPHRAIM5, EPHRAIM4, JAMES3, JAMES2, PETER1) was born November 18, 1936683, and died December 30, 1987 in Olympia, WA683. He married DONNA JONES683. Children of VERNON GRANT and DONNA JONES are: i. LARRY DEAN11 GRANT, b. September 17, 1955, Portland, OR683; d. March 14, 1977, Longview, WA- died in a mill accident683; m. JANE BERGESON. ii. CYNTHIA LEANNE GRANT, b. January 20, 1958683. 153. iii. RONALD ALAN GRANT, b. 1960, Renton, WA. 154. iv. KENNETH WILLIAM GRANT, b. 1961, Colville, WA.     125. RAYMOND ALLAN10 GRANT (CLIFTON WILLIAM9, HORATIO WILLIAM8, HORATION B.7, ANDREW R.6, EPHRAIM5, EPHRAIM4, JAMES3, JAMES2, PETER1) was born September 27, 1946684, and died January 1998 in Longview, WA-died of massive coronary – USAF-ret.. He married LOLITA PLAZA GONZALES685 1974 in Phillipine Islands685. Children of RAYMOND GRANT and LOLITA GONZALES are: 155. i. CHERRYL ANNE11 GRANT, b. 1973. ii. SHARON RUTH GRANT, b. 1975685.     126. CHERYL KATHRYN10 GRANT (CLIFTON WILLIAM9, HORATIO WILLIAM8, HORATION B.7, ANDREW R.6, EPHRAIM5, EPHRAIM4, JAMES3, JAMES2, PETER1) was born March 10, 1948686. She married (1) DONALD R. GODFREY November 26, 1966 in Longview, WA687. She married (2) BRUCE TYRON HUGHES688 January 20, 1979688, son of ELMO HUGHES and MARY UNKNOWN. He was born July 22, 1948 in adopted689. She married (3) MARTIN C. HENDRICKSON December 12, 1986 in Seattle, WA690. Child of CHERYL GRANT and DONALD GODFREY is: i. ANDREA KATHRYN11 GODFREY, b. September 27, 1969, Longview, WA.   Child of CHERYL GRANT and BRUCE HUGHES is: ii. ALLEN TYRON11 HUGHES, b. August 18, 1982, Renton, WA691.   Children of CHERYL GRANT and MARTIN HENDRICKSON are: iii. CATHERINE AURORA11 HENDRICKSON, b. November 25, 1987, Seattle, WA692. iv. MARTIN CHARLES HENDRICKSON II, b. April 11, 1989, Renton, WA693.     Generation No. 11   127. DIANTHA11 DAVIS (EDWARD HUGH10, LENA R.9, EVALINE EVA WITHEE8 GRANT, ROYAL CLARK7, SAMUEL6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1)694 was born March 11, 1926 in Bryn Athyn, Pennsylvania694. She married CHARLES PENDLETON GYLLENHAAL September 27, 1947 in Bryn Athyn, Pennsylvania, son of LEONARD GYLLENHAAL and VIRGINIA PENDLETON. Children of DIANTHA DAVIS and CHARLES GYLLENHAAL are: 156. i. CHARLOTTE12 GYLLENHAAL, b. December 25, 1948, Abingdon, PA. 157. ii. ERIC DAVIS GYLLENHAAL, b. August 10, 1950, Abingdon, PA. 158. iii. CONSTANCE GYLLENHAAL, b. March 31, 1952, Bryn Athyn, Pennsylvania. 159. iv. KURT PENDLETON GYLLENHAAL, b. December 20, 1954, Abingdon, PA; d. January 17, 1989, Cleveland, OH. 160. v. CHARLES EDWARD GYLLENHAAL, b. April 07, 1960, Lakewood, OH.     128. ANNE11 DAVIS (EDWARD HUGH10, LENA R.9, EVALINE EVA WITHEE8 GRANT, ROYAL CLARK7, SAMUEL6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1)694. She married KENT HYATT. Children of ANNE DAVIS and KENT HYATT are: 161. i. WAYNE12 HYATT. 162. ii. HUGH HYATT. 163. iii. JUSTIN HYATT. 164. iv. GLENN HYATT. 165. v. LISA HYATT. 166. vi. BRUCE HYATT.     129. CATHLIN11 DAVIS (EDWARD HUGH10, LENA R.9, EVALINE EVA WITHEE8 GRANT, ROYAL CLARK7, SAMUEL6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1)695. She married RICHARD GOERWITZ. Children of CATHLIN DAVIS and RICHARD GOERWITZ are: 167. i. RICHARD12 GOERWITZ. 168. ii. AMANDA GOERWITZ. iii. HOLLY GOERWITZ696. 169. iv. ANNE GOERWITZ.     130. CHARLOTTE ELLEN11 DAVIS (EDWARD HUGH10, LENA R.9, EVALINE EVA WITHEE8 GRANT, ROYAL CLARK7, SAMUEL6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1)696. She married DANDRIDGE MCFARLAN COLE, son of ROBERT COLE and WERTHA PENDLETON. Children of CHARLOTTE DAVIS and DANDRIDGE COLE are: 170. i. STEPHEN12 COLE. 171. ii. CATHLIN COLE. 172. iii. MARCY COLE. 173. iv. JENCY COLE. v. THOMAS COLE697.     131. JUDY11 PITCAIRN (CLARA MARGARET10 DAVIS, LENA R.9, EVALINE EVA WITHEE8 GRANT, ROYAL CLARK7, SAMUEL6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1)698. She married (1) LEON RHODES. She married (2) UNKNOWN KING. was born 699. Child of JUDY PITCAIRN and LEON RHODES is: 174. i. DOROTHY12 RHODES.     132. JOEL11 PITCAIRN (CLARA MARGARET10 DAVIS, LENA R.9, EVALINE EVA WITHEE8 GRANT, ROYAL CLARK7, SAMUEL6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1)700. Children of JOEL PITCAIRN are: i. CAMERON12 PITCAIRN701. ii. HILLARY PITCAIRN701.     133. MARGUERITE11 LEONARD (LOUISA ELIZABETH10 DAVIS, LENA R.9, EVALINE EVA WITHEE8 GRANT, ROYAL CLARK7, SAMUEL6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1)702. She married RICHARD ACTON. was born 703. Children of MARGUERITE LEONARD and RICHARD ACTON are: i. MALCOLM12 ACTON703. ii. LEAH ACTON703. iii. ELMO ACTON703.     134. AUBREY ROYAL11 GRANT III (AUBREY ROYAL10, AUBREY ROYAL9, EMMERSON RESOLVED8, ROYAL CLARK7, SAMUEL6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1)704 was born February 09, 1953704, and died December 10, 1985 in VA Hospital, Columbia, MO704. He married (1) CAROL HUFFMAN704. He married (2) LAURIE DEE STROADE STEWARD704, daughter of RICHARD STROADE and MARY SHORMAN. She was born September 30, 1956 in Manhattan, KS704.   More About AUBREY ROYAL GRANT III: Burial: National Cemetery, Springfield, MO704   Notes for CAROL HUFFMAN: Carol Huffman left Aubrey Royal Grant III when he was in the Army – took their son with her to California – unable to find. Child of AUBREY GRANT and CAROL HUFFMAN is: i. BOY12 GRANT705.     135. DEBBIE11 GRANT (CHARLES EDWARD10, AUBREY ROYAL9, EMMERSON RESOLVED8, ROYAL CLARK7, SAMUEL6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1)706 was born 1953706. She married (1) MIKE DIXON706 in Remarried Mike Dixon for 3rd marriage[and 1st]706. She married (2) DENNIS BLOCK706. She married (3) MIKE DIXON. Child of DEBBIE GRANT and DENNIS BLOCK is: i. NATHAN12 BLOCK706.     136. FLORENCE ANNA11 GRANT (BENSON WAGNER10, JOHN CHARLES FREMONT9, BENSON JONES8, EBENEZER TUTTLE7, SAMUEL6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1)707 was born March 13, 1906 in Galena, Cherokee Co., KS707, and died January 08, 2006 in Lawrenceville, Gwinnett County, GA. She married JOSEPH SANFORD CRAWFORD, JR.. October 18, 1929 in Beaumont, Jefferson Co., TX. He was born February 28, 1905 in Rome, GA, and died December 18, 1959708.   Notes for FLORENCE ANNA GRANT: from interview with Florence Grant Crawford 2/3/1999:   Florence was named for her two grandmothers: FLORENCE Guild Anderson and ANNA Wagner Grant. Children of FLORENCE GRANT and JOSEPH CRAWFORD are: 175. i. JOSEPH SANFORD12 CRAWFORD III, b. July 18, 1930, Tulsa, Tulsa Co., OK; d. February 25, 1970, served in Viet Nam; exposed to Agent Orange; died from affects. 176. ii. WILLIAM “BILL” GRANT CRAWFORD, b. June 14, 1934, Atlanta, Fulton Co., GA. 177. iii. JAMES “JIM” DAVID CRAWFORD, b. April 08, 1946, @ 8#5oz. Atlanta, Fulton Co., GA.     137. CHARLES JOHN11 GRANT (BENSON WAGNER10, JOHN CHARLES FREMONT9, BENSON JONES8, EBENEZER TUTTLE7, SAMUEL6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1)709 was born October 29, 1907 in (8#, 2oz)Tulsa, Tulsa Co., Oklahoma709, and died January 06, 1972 in Grand Junction, CO710. He married ELFIE ARLENE CHURCH June 11, 1932 in McPherson, KS, daughter of FREDERICK CHURCH and MAE VEZIE. She was born January 05, 1908 in Altoona, KS, and died May 09, 1991 in Loveland, Berthoud Co., CO.   Notes for CHARLES JOHN GRANT: CHARLES JOHN GRANT – (1907 – 1972)   from Obituaries (Grand Junction, CO paper)   “Charles J. Grant   Charles John Grant, 64 of 2859 1/2 Texas Ave., a retired oil driller, died unexpectedly at 7:30 a.m. Tuesday at his home, apparently the victim of a heart attack.   The Grants came here 18 months ago from Denver where they had lived for six years. Earlier they had lived at Casper, Wyo. for 17 years.   Mr. Grant was born Oct 29, 1907, at Tulsa, Okla., and spent his childhood there. He attended the University of Tulsa and the University of Oklahoma. He married Arlene Church at McPherson, Kan. June 11, 1935.   Surviving are his wife; a son, Gary, of Milwaukee, Wis.; a daughter, Mrs. Richard Hubbert of Denver,; four brothers, a sister, and three grandchildren.   GRANT   Grave side services for Charles John Grant, 64, 2859 1/2 Texas Ave. will be held Thursday in Orchard Mesa Cemetery with the Rev. John Ball officiating under direction of Martin’s Mortuary. __________________________________ Service: January 20, 1972   Charles John Grant was born October 29, 1907 at Tulsa, Oklahoma, and passed away January 19, 1972. He spent his childhood at Tulsa. He attended the University of Tulsa as well as the University of Oklahoma.   On June 11, 1932, Mr. Grant was united in marriage to Arlene Church at McPherson, Kansas.   He worked in and out of the Grand Junction area most of his life, being engaged in the oil business from which he retired 18 months ago.   Surviving are his wife, Arlene, of Grand Junction; a son, Gary, of Milwaukee, Wisconsin; a daughter, Mrs. Richard Hubbert, of Denver; four brothers, Frank, Ben, Earl and Paul; one sister, Florence; three grandchildren, Steven, Susan and Barbara. In addition to his family, he will be missed by scores of friends and fellow workers in this country and abroad.   He loved the great out of doors and was constantly amazed at the breathtaking beauty of the world.   PSALM 8: O Lord our Lord, how excellent is they name in all the earth! Who has set they glory above the heavens. Out of the mouth of babes and sucklings hast thou ordained strength because of there enemies, that thou mightiest still the enemy and the avenger. When I consider they heavens, the work of they fingers, the moon and the stars, which thou hast ordained; What is man, that thou art mindful of him> And the son of man, that thou visitest him? For thou hast made him a little lower than the angels, and hath crowned him with glory and honour. Thou madest him to have dominion over the works of thy hands; thou hast put all things under his feet: All sheep and oxen, yea, and the beasts of the field; the fowl of the air, and the fish of the sea, and whatsoever passeth through the paths of the seas. O Lord our Lord, how excellent is thy name in all the earth!

II CORINTHIANS 5:1, 5-10. For we know that if our earthly house of this tabernacle were dissolved, we have a building of God, a house not made with hands, eternal in the heavens. Now he that hath wrought us for the selfsame thing is God, who also hath given unto us the earnest of the Spirit. Therefore we are always confident, knowing that, whilst we are at whole in the body, we are absent from the Lord: (For we walk by faith, not by sights;) We are confident, I say, and willing rather to be absent from the body, and to be present with the Lord. Wherefore we labour, that, whether present or absent, we may be accepted of him. For we must all appear before the judgment seat of Christ; that every one may receive the things done in his body, according to that he hath done, whether it be good or bad.
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From interview with Florence Anna Grant Crawford 2/3/1999:

Charles John Grant was named for his grandparents: CHARLES Freemont Grant and JOHN Lewis Anderson.

Charles and Ben shared a room in the house on Quincy.

Charles and Ben worked in the oil fields – drilling. And they would help round up wild horses. Florence didn’t remember where this was – either in Western Oklahoma or could have been in Wyoming.
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More About CHARLES JOHN GRANT:
Burial: Orchard Mesa Cemetery710

Children of CHARLES GRANT and ELFIE CHURCH are:
178. i. GLORIA RAY12 GRANT, b. July 12, 1942, (7#10oz) Lusk, WY.
179. ii. GARY BENSON GRANT, b. September 26, 1943, Lusk, Niobrara Co., WY.

138. BENSON WAGNER11 GRANT, JR. (BENSON WAGNER10, JOHN CHARLES FREMONT9, BENSON JONES8, EBENEZER TUTTLE7, SAMUEL6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1)711 was born March 29, 1909 in Tulsa, Tulsa Co., OK711, and died September 16, 1984 in Tulsa, Tulsa Co., OK (buried Rose Hill Cemetery). He married MEADRITH GIBBS February 14, 1934 in Hutchinson, KS. She was born August 23, 1915.

Notes for BENSON WAGNER GRANT, JR.:
from interview with Florence Anna Grant Crawford 2/3/1999:

Ben was named for his father: Benson Wagner Grant, Sr.
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Social Security No. 510-10-9546 – was issued in Kansas before 1951 – from Social Security Death Index – 4/4/1999
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Child of BENSON GRANT and MEADRITH GIBBS is:
i. CONSTANCE JOAN12 GRANT, b. December 08, 1938, @3 lbs. 3 oz. at 9:01712.

139. FRANK ANDERSON11 GRANT (BENSON WAGNER10, JOHN CHARLES FREMONT9, BENSON JONES8, EBENEZER TUTTLE7, SAMUEL6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1)713 was born December 21, 1910 in Tulsa, Tulsa Co., OK713, and died January 14, 1997 in Bedford, Terrant Co., Texas. He married MILDRED LA VETA STRONG October 15, 1938 in Alva, OK. She was born July 01, 1911 in Aline, OK, and died April 05, 2001714.

Notes for FRANK ANDERSON GRANT:
from interview with Florence Anna Grant Crawford 2/3/1999:

Frank was named for his uncle: Charles FRANK Grant. He gave himself a middle name – Anderson. He was not “born” with a middle name.
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More About FRANK ANDERSON GRANT:
Burial: buried Tulsa, Tulsa Co., OK – RoseHill Cemetery

More About MILDRED LA VETA STRONG:
Burial: buried Tulsa, Tulsa Co., OK – Rose Hill Cemetery

Children of FRANK GRANT and MILDRED STRONG are:
180. i. TERRY ANDERSON12 GRANT, b. September 29, 1940, @ 8# 10oz.- Cherokee, OK.
181. ii. LINDA KAY GRANT, b. October 27, 1944, (8#7oz) Denver, Denver Co., CO.

140. EARL J11 GRANT (BENSON WAGNER10, JOHN CHARLES FREMONT9, BENSON JONES8, EBENEZER TUTTLE7, SAMUEL6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1)715 was born May 07, 1912 in Tulsa, Tulsa Co., OK715, and died July 19, 1996 in Muskogee, Muskogee Co., OK716,717. He married (1) NEVILLE LOU ELLA SYLVANIA RITCHIE718,719 November 11, 1933 in Stillwater, Payne Co., OK – Mills M. Anderson, Pastor First M.E. Church720, daughter of LEVI RITCHIE and BESSIE OSBORN. She was born August 08, 1912 in Randlett, Cotton Co., OK721, and died December 03, 2002 in Plano, Collin Co., TX. He married (2) GERALDINE “GERRIE” LOUISE FERGUS June 09, 1946 in Casa Grande, Pinal Co., AZ722,723, daughter of EMERY FERGUS and LENA HOGHE. She was born April 14, 1922 in Casa Grande, Pinal Co., AZ, and died November 29, 2005 in Muskogee, Muskogee Co., OK.

Notes for EARL J GRANT:
EARL J GRANT (1912-1996)

When Application and Affidavid for Marriage License was filled out,[Nov. 11, 1933] Earl’s signature is quite shaky. This is due to the fact that he had cut a tendon on Nov. 10th (and the reason he and Neville didn’t get married on the 10th of November 1933 as had been planed) while he was washing dishes. Neville could not remember where he was washing the dishes, if it were a job or at the fraturnity house. For the rest of his life, Earl had an index finger which did not bend due to the damage done to the tendon. The U.S. Navy gave him “combat” credit for the damaged finger, but not for the back, which was injured while attempting to restrain large oil drums in the hull of a rolling ship in the Pacific Ocean, northwest of Australia..
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from data gathered during interviews with Gerrie Grant, wife of Earl and Neville Ritchie, first wife – 1998. Signature shown on Application and Affidavid for Marriage License.
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Divorce papers filed June 21, 1943 in the court in and for the county of Jefferson and State of Colorado. – a copy , no Court Case filled in.
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OBIT – Muskogee paper – July 1996:

“EARL JOHN GRANT
Earl John Grant, 84, longtime resident of Muskogee died Friday, July 19, 1996 at Muskogee Regional Medical Center. Mr. Grant was born May 7, 1912 in Tulsa to Benson W. and Gertrude Grant. He grew up in Tulsa and was a graduate of Tulsa Central High School. Earl continued his education at Oklahoma State University where he earned both Bachelors and Masters degrees in Physical Education. He then became a school teacher and coach in Elk City, Oklahoma and in Golden, Colorado.
Mr. Grant served as a Naval officer, in the Pacific, during WWII. As Commanding Officer of Ship LST#775 he saw action in the Asiatic-Pacific Theatre, Phillippine Liberation, and American Theatre, before being Honorably discharged as a Lieutenant in 1946.
On June 9, 1946, he married Geraldine Fergus in Casa Grande, Arizona. They moved to Muskogee in 1950 where he ran a Class A dairy farm and raised cattle, soybeans, and wheat on Devils Peak Ranch.
Earl was preceded in death by his parents, two brothers Charles and Benson Grant, a sister Gertrude Grant, and grandson Craig Rowley.
Mr. Grant is survived by his wife of fifty years, Gerrie; three children Sandi Craig and her husband Peter Rowley of Plano, TX, Dr. Deborah Carment and her husband Dr. Tom Carment of Muskogee, and Gary Grant and his wife Dr. Kay Lallier Grant of Muskogee; seven grandchildren Shonda Laures, Trisha Garcia, Rebecca Carment Scheihing, John Carment, Shannon Grant, David Carment and Ryan Grant; four great grandchildren Benjamin, Zachary, Brandon Laures, and Haley Garcia; two brothers Frank and Paul Grant, and one sister Florence Crawford.
Funeral Services will be 10:00 A.M. Monday graveside at Ft. Gibson National Cemetery with Dr. Richard House officiating. There will be a visitation for family and friends Monday evening from 6:30 P.M. until 8:30 P.M. at Foster-Petering Funeral Home. Pallbearers will be sons-in-law Dr. Tom Carment and Peter Rowley, grandsons John Carment, David Carment, Ryan Grant, and Douglas Scheihing. Funeral service arrangements are under the direction of Foster-Petering Funeral Home.
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from interview with Florence Grant Crawford – Feb. 3, 1999:

Earl gave himself a middle initial of “J”. He was named for his uncle, EARL Anderson, his mother’s brother.
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From Sandi Lee Craig
Navy papers that were lost in a 1982 house fire showed Earl’s name as “Earl J (NMNIO) Grant. The NMNIO was for ‘No Middle Name Initial Only’. Apparently Earl became “tired” of this and went with the middle name of JOHN. There was another brother in the family with the middle name of John. Aunt Florence stated that CHARLES JOHN was named for both of his grandfathers: CHARLES Freemont Grant and JOHN Lewis Anderson.
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Social Security No. 520-01-7868 – was issued in Wyoming before 1951. From the Social Security Death Index – 4/4/1999
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Affidavid on B. W. Grant letterhead across top of stationery “Gasoline Plant Equipment…Re-pressuring Equipment…New and Used Equipment – B. W. Grant, Telephones: Office 5-3416 – Res. 2-1204 532 Beacon Building, Tulsa, Oklahoma” -

STATE OF OKLAHOMA}
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COUNTY OF TULSA }

A F F I D A V I T

Benson Wagner Grant, born September 21, 1882, at Topeka, Kansas, of lawful age, being first duly sworn, on oath states:

That he is the father of Earl John Grant, who was born May 7, 1912, at 1224 South Denver, Tulsa, Oklahoma. His Mother’s maiden name being Gertrude Fay Anderson, born August 16, 1879, at Hopkins, Missouri.

Affiant states that his son, Earl John Grant was taken into membership of the First Methodist Church of Tulsa, Oklahoma, on June 4, 1922, at the age of ten years.

Dated this 25 day of April, 1942.

Benson Wagner Grant (signed)
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 25th day of April 1942.
Margaret E. Hook – Notary Public

My commission expires
July 16, 1945
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More About EARL J GRANT:
Burial: Ft. Gibson National Cemetery, Ft. Gibson, OK

Notes for NEVILLE LOU ELLA SYLVANIA RITCHIE:
from obit for Neville Lou Ellen Sylvania Ritchie’s memorial service:

“under photo:
born: 8 August 1912, Randlett, Cotton Co., OK
m. Earl J Grant 11 Nov 1933
graduate of OSU 1937
m. Fred Haley Craig 28 Oct 1946
m. Leon Tisdale 30 Dec 1995
died: 3 December 2002
Plano, Collin Co., TX
Burial: Cold Springs Ranch
Golden, Jefferson Co.

inside – NEVILLE RITCHIE CRAIG, 90, died Tuesday, December 3rd, 2002, at a skilled nursing facility in Plano, TX after a 3-month illness. Ms. Craig was born August 8, 1912 in Randlett, Cotton Co., OK to Bessie Osborn and L. L. Ritchie. She graduated from Oklahoma State University and taught elementary school for several years in Oklahoma. She left OK in 1936, living a year in Rock River, WY, then moving to Golden, CO where she lived until 1995. For years she spent many winter months in Scottsdale, AZ.

While she was growing up, Neville was called “Tom” – because she was such a ‘tomboy’ – one time, on a dare, she not only jumped on a horse, but jumped OVER it – breaking her arm. Neville was known by most as “Pat”. During World War II she worked at the Federal Munitions Plant in Denver sewing bullet holders for machine-guns. In Golden, Coors employed her as a secretary. She lived the greater part of her life on a ranch near Golden, Colorado, where she was a member of and often served as an officer in many clubs and civic organizations. Neville was a 50-year life member of Golden Sheaths OES in Denver, CO. She was involved in Grange: held several degrees and established the Junior Grange of Genesee Mountain. She helped found the Ladies Auxillery at St. Luke’s Hospital in Denver in the early 1950′s. For several years she was the representative for Sarah Coventry/Tara jewelry and was a top seller in the Denver area. Activities on the ranch she shared with Fred Craig, a Jefferson Co. Chevrolet dealer, involved breeding registered Quarter horses and cattle. She was active in the Colorado Cowbell Association, Idaho Springs Social Ethics Society [the oldest established women's club in Colorado] Jefferson County Historical Society – often serving as docent at the Hiwan House in Evergreen, CO’ a founding member of the Mountain Women’s Club for early Mt. Vernon, Lookout Mountain and Genesee residents; she participated in the League of Women Voters; Association of University Women; The Freedoms Foundation of Valley Forge. She was a member of Rockland Community Church, Golden, CO, and resided in TX since 1995.

One of her best legacies is the love of Education. The three siblings in her immediate family all graduated from collage and taught school – unusual for the 1930′s. All her grandchildren are collage graduates and she provided funds to establish education accounts for all her great-grandchildren. Although she only taught for ten years, she remained an educator her whole life. Another legacy is her love of the printed word. When Shonda reads only ‘non-fiction’ books, in order to learn, I see Neville. When Trisha reads one book right after another, I see Neville. She didn’t generally like to cook, but loved collecting cookbooks. Books were important in her life – both for learning and for personal pleasure. Her grandchildren remember her joy in making popcorn-balls, enjoying them, perhaps more than the children. She often turned her kitchen over to adolescent girls to make Navajo fry bread – a very messy process at best! She was more than just an ‘armchair’ traveler. She enjoyed several trips to Europe, Greece, Turkey, Israel, Damascus, Hawaii, Australia and New Zealand. Could Neville ever SHOP! She loved clothes and loved the process of buying them. She stated that the start of this lifelong habit was when her father accidentally burned her only new dress for the school year. Her mother had finished the dress, but it was damp for some reason and they put it into the cast-iron stove’s warm oven to dry. The next morning, her father stoked the kitchen fire out of habit and the dress was scorched beyond use! Neville ‘replaced’ that lost dress perhaps a thousand times, enjoying each purchase. She didn’t wait until she was an ‘old lady’ to wear purple – or orange – or red – or turquoise. All the bright colors were in her closet.

Neville was preceded in death by her parents; her brother, Howard; three husbands: Earl J Grant, Fred Haley Craig and Leon Tisdale; a grandson, Craig Austin Rowley; and a great-granddaughter, Haley Anissa Garcia.

She is survived by her sister, Irene Tillery [95]; her daughter, Sandi Lee Craig and son-in-law, Peter H. Rowley of Plano, TX. Grandchildren: Shonda Laures, of Plano; Trisha Garcia of Flower Mound, Don Rowley of Allen, and Lisa Reed of Lufkin; grandsons-in-law: Jeff Laures, Sal Garcia, Jeff Reid and granddaughter-in-law, Kelley Rowley; great-grandchildren: Benjamin, Zachary, Brandon and Sierra Laures; Bria and Jonah Garcia; Ian and Isaac Rowley.

A Memorial Service will be held in the Chapel at Christ United Methodist Church, 3101 Coit Rd, Plano @1:00 p.m., Sunday, Dec 8th, 2002. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the American Heart Association [214-748-7212] or The Freedoms Foundation of Valley Forge [1-800-896-5488]. Internment will be a private ceremony in CO.

on the back page – due to Neville’s love of this particular Psalm and the mountains – was the 23rd Psalm – printed over a mountain scene”
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More About NEVILLE LOU ELLA SYLVANIA RITCHIE:
Burial: July 13, 2003, Cold Springs Ranch, Golden, Jefferson Co., CO

More About GERALDINE “GERRIE” LOUISE FERGUS:
Burial: December 05, 2005, Ft. Gibson National Cemetery, Ft. Gibson, OK

Child of EARL GRANT and NEVILLE RITCHIE is:
182. i. SANDI LEE12 CRAIG, b. June 10, 1941, Golden, Jefferson Co., CO.

Children of EARL GRANT and GERALDINE FERGUS are:
183. ii. DEBORAH LEE12 GRANT, b. October 24, 1947, (8#2oz) Casa Grande, Pima Co. , AZ.
184. iii. CARY BENSON GRANT, b. February 16, 1949, Casa Grande, Pinal Co., AZ.

141. PAUL EDWARD11 GRANT (BENSON WAGNER10, JOHN CHARLES FREMONT9, BENSON JONES8, EBENEZER TUTTLE7, SAMUEL6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1)724 was born December 17, 1917 in Tulsa, Tulsa Co., OK724. He married (1) JUDY UNKNOWN. He married (2) MARGARET E. FOWLER November 01, 1945 in Tyler, TX.

Notes for PAUL EDWARD GRANT:
from interview with Florence Anna Grant Crawford 2/3/1999:

the EDWARD in Paul Edward Grant’s name came from a friend of B. W. Grant who worked with B.W. in the YMCA
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The four children of Paul Grant’s by his first marriage were put up for adoption and were adopted by a couple named MENTON in Dallas, Texas. The boys names were changed as follows:

Paul Edward Grant, Jr. Eddie Menton – wife Norma
1315 Paisley, Arlington, TX

John Benson Grant John Menton – wife Nancy
10006 Faircrest, Dallas 75238
children: Mark
Michael
Molly

Robert Frank Grant Bob Menton – wife Brenda
1805 Trailwood Dr., Euless, TX 76039

Their adoptive parents wanted them to forget all about any Grants. John has contacted his father Paul who is living in California.

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Paul Edward Grant (Margaret)
3931 El Ricon Way
Sacramento, CA 95864

Children of PAUL GRANT and JUDY UNKNOWN are:
i. JOHN BENSON GRANT12 MENTON725, b. November 06, 1941726.
ii. ROBERT FRANT GRANT MENTON727, b. October 17, 1942728.
iii. JUDIE JEANNE GRANT MENTON729, b. January 05, 1937730; m. GARY HATFIELD.

Notes for JUDIE JEANNE GRANT MENTON:
from Linda Kay Grant LaClaire:

Judy Jean Hatfield – husband Gary
1426 Gaylord
Dallas, TX 75217
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iv. PAUL EDWARD GRANT, JR. MENTON, b. August 03, 1938, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Co., OK730730.

Children of PAUL GRANT and MARGARET FOWLER are:
v. DAVID12 GRANT, b. October 21, 1951.
vi. GREG GRANT, b. November 23, 1977.

142. CHARLES FRANKLIN11 GRANT (CHARLES FRANK10, JOHN CHARLES FREMONT9, BENSON JONES8, EBENEZER TUTTLE7, SAMUEL6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1) was born June 15, 1911 in Joplin, Jasper Co., MO731, and died January 17, 1987 in buried 19 Jan 1987, Lakewood south Cemetery, Jackson Hinds, Miss.731,732. He married ALICE RUTH PLAIN January 20, 1950 in Kewanee, Henry Co., Ill.733, daughter of GEORGE PLAIN and KATIE BAKER. She was born January 04, 1914 in Osnabrock, Cavalier Co., ND733.

Children of CHARLES GRANT and ALICE PLAIN are:
185. i. JOHN ROBERT12 GRANT, b. September 02, 1942, Tulsa, Tulsa Co., OK.
186. ii. RUTH ANN GRANT, b. June 18, 1951, Kewanee, Ill.
187. iii. JAMES PLAIN GRANT, b. July 26, 1953, Kewanee, Ill.

143. GEORGE LOUIS11 GRANT (JESSE ULYSSES10, GEORGE WHITLOCK9, BENSON JONES8, EBENEZER TUTTLE7, SAMUEL6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1)734 was born July 31, 1909 in Galena, Cherokee Co., KS735, and died December 19, 1972 in Miami, Ottawa Co., OK736. He married HAZEL L. ALLEN737 November 27, 1928 in A. P. Cameron, Minister First Christian Church, Miami, Ottawa Co., OK738, daughter of VICTOR ALLEN and ESTELLE BUZZARD. She was born April 03, 1910, and died October 18, 1996.

Notes for GEORGE LOUIS GRANT:
from “The History of Ottawa County – by Velma Nieberding”

‘George Grant married Hazel Allen and had Lilah Jeannine [b. 1931 - d. 1933] and Reba Alene Grant Guilford. George and Hazel had a grocery stone in Wyandotte, later moving to Miami where George had an insurance office with Atlas Life and at the time of his death he and Hazel were operating Grant’s Grocery and Floral in North Miami.”

[under the Victor Allen family - 'George Louis Grant helped his father Jesse in the grocery store, later moving it to a building west of the C. B. Core Drygoods and the postoffice. Due to failing health Jesse had to move to Phoenix, Arizona."

Children of GEORGE GRANT and HAZEL ALLEN are:
i. LILAH JEANNINE12 GRANT739,740, b. April 03, 1931740; d. January 31, 1933740.

More About LILAH JEANNINE GRANT:
Burial: Miami Cemetery, Miami, Ottawa Co., OK741

188. ii. REBA ALENE GRANT, b. August 07, 1936.

144. SIDNEY ROE11 GRANT (JESSE ULYSSES10, GEORGE WHITLOCK9, BENSON JONES8, EBENEZER TUTTLE7, SAMUEL6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1)742 was born May 12, 1913 in Gravette, Benton Co., ARK743,744, and died January 21, 1969 in Wyandotte, Ottawa Co., OK745,746. He married NADINE MORGAN747 September 06, 1938 in Albuqueque, NM747. She was born May 23, 1915 in Chelsea, Rogers Co., OK748, and died December 10, 2000 in Miami, Ottawa Co., OK749.

Notes for SIDNEY ROE GRANT:
from 'The History of Ottawa County - by Velma Nieberding'
'Sidney Roe Grant married Nadine Morgan [b. 1915] and had Michael Morgan [b. 1941] and Sidney Jane [b. 1944].”

More About SIDNEY ROE GRANT:
Burial: GAR Cemetery, Miami ,Ottawa Co., OK750

Notes for NADINE MORGAN:
from ‘The History of Ottawa County – by Velma Nieberding’
pg. 466:
‘Nadine, after graduating at Wyandotte High School, received a B.S. degree in Edudcation from Northeastern State University at Tahlequah in 1938. She married in 1938 a high school classmate, Sidney Roe Grant [b. 1913 - d. 1969] son of Jesse Ulysess [b. 1884 - d. 1971] and Jessie Geneva [Hinebaugh] Grant [b. 1904 - d. 1927]. They lived several years in New Mexico, where Sid worked in road construction, then moved to Wyandotte where Sid was employed as a telegrapher for the Frisco Railroad and operated a Radio Repair Shop out of the home. Later Side was employed as a Painter Superintendent for the Haralson Construction Companh in Miami. He was an active member of the Methodist Church, working in the building program of the present church building, was an officer in the Lions Club and was serving at the time of his death on the City Board of Trustees and was vice-chairman of the Rulal Water and Sewer Board District No. 1.

Nadine was active in the children’s work at the Methodist Church and earned a Special Education Certificate at Tulsa University in 1966. She was the first Special Education teacher in the Wyandotte School system. She retired in 1977 after having taught for 32 years and is now living in Miami. She keeps busy with the Methodist church activities, Retired Teachers, genealogical work, volunteer work with the Baptist Hospital Auxiliary and the Dobson Memorial Museum. Sid and Nadine had two children, Michael Morgan [b. 1941] and Sidney Jane [b. 1944].

Michael, after graduating from Wyandotte High School and serving in the Army Reserve, received a B.S. degree in Education from Northeastern Sate University and is now teaching at Grandein School and lives in Poplar Bluff, MO.

Jane graduated from Okla. City University, with a B.A. degree in Education. She married a high school classmate, James Darrell Watts, son of Pierce and ____[top of next column missing....]..from Harvard University and they moved to Compton, Calif. where Jane taught school and Darrell received his M.A. in Business Management from the University of Southern Calif. in 1967. They now live in Leawood, Kan. and have two children, Grant Alan [b. 1968] and [Sheri Jane [b. 1970]. They purchased the Indian Springs Ford Agency in Kansas City, Kan. in 1981.”

More About NADINE MORGAN:
Burial: GAR Cemetery, Miami, Ottawa Co., OK750

Children of SIDNEY GRANT and NADINE MORGAN are:
i. MICHAEL MORGAN12 GRANT751,752, b. March 16, 1941, Wyandotte, OK753,754.
189. ii. SIDNEY JANE GRANT, b. January 28, 1944, Wyandotte, Ottawa Co., OK.

145. NANNIE IRENE11 GRANT (JESSE ULYSSES10, GEORGE WHITLOCK9, BENSON JONES8, EBENEZER TUTTLE7, SAMUEL6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1)755,756 was born January 05, 1915 in Gravatte, AR757, and died May 27, 2001 in CA758. She married SHELBY PASSLEY759, son of WILLIAM PASSLEY and DELILAH BEESON. He was born June 18, 1908 in Cassville, MO760, and died May 13, 1976761.

Notes for NANNIE IRENE GRANT:
from ‘The History of Ottaw County – by Velma Nieberding’
pg 467 ‘Nannie Irene married Shelby Passley [b. 1908 d. 1976] and moved to Riverdale, Calif. They had a daughter, Kay Passley Kaler. Irene retired from the Foods Department of the Riverdale School system and is now living in Clovis, Calif.”

More About NANNIE IRENE GRANT:
Burial: June 01, 2001, Oak Grove Cemetery, CA762

Notes for SHELBY PASSLEY:
From the ‘History of Ottawa County’ by Velma Nieberding – 1983, Walsworth Pub. Co., Marceline, Mo 64658 [page 442]

“Shelby Passley married Irene Grant of Wyandotte Oklahoma. They had one daughter – (Sandra) Kay. Until his death Shelby had an office in Riverdale, California and sold Insurance and Real Estate. Irene is now living in Clovis, California” [1983]

Child of NANNIE GRANT and SHELBY PASSLEY is:
190. i. SANDRA KAY12 PASSLEY, b. August 29, 1942.

146. ALVAH BENSON11 GRANT (JESSE ULYSSES10, GEORGE WHITLOCK9, BENSON JONES8, EBENEZER TUTTLE7, SAMUEL6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1)763 was born April 11, 1917 in Galen, Cherokee Co., KS764, and died December 22, 1942 in Fresno, Fresno Co., CA764. He married PAULINE EULA CARROLL764 January 09, 1940 in Wickenburg, Maricopa Co., AZ764, daughter of ALBERT CARROLL and ETHEL HOOKS. She was born October 06, 1920 in Braggs, Muskogee Co., OK764.

Notes for ALVAH BENSON GRANT:
Newspaper Article from December 23, 1942 “Fresno Bee” – Page 5B

“RIVERDALE MAN DIES OF INJURY

Alva B. Grant, 26 of Riverdale an oil drill worker, died last night in local hospital two weeks after suffering an accidental abdominal injury while at work near Riverdale.

Coroner John N. Lisle announced he will investigate the case.

Grant was under treatment for a rupture caused on December 9th when he was accidentally struck by a heavy object, reported to have been a tool used by a fellow employee.”

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Vital Statistics – Deaths – Lisle Funeral Home from Dec. 25, 1942 “Fresno Bee” Page 7B

“GRANT – In Fresno, December 22, 1942, Alva Benson Grant, a native of Kansas, aged 25 years. Beloved husband of Pauline Grant of Riverdale, father of Barbara Grant and Sidney Grant, son of Jesse Grant, Brother of Mrs. Irene Passley, Mrs. Lois Clayton, all of Riverdale, George Grant and Sidney Grant of Oklahoma. Friends are invited to attend the funeral services to be held in the chapel of the Lisle Funeral Home, L and Calaveras Streets, on Saturday morning, December 26, 1942 at ten o’clock. Interment in Belmont Memorial Park”
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The above cited articles sent by Sid Grant – SidGrant@aol.com on Monday, May 24, 1999.
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Alvah Benson Grant SS#526-01-4602
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from ‘The History of Ottawa County – by Velma Nieberding’ pg 467
“Alva Benson ‘Bill’ Grant [b. 1917 d. 1942] married Pauline Mayo and had Sidney, Barbara and Sue. Bill was killed in an accident in the oil fields near Riverdale, Calif.”
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More About ALVAH BENSON GRANT:
Burial: Belmont Memorial Park

Children of ALVAH GRANT and PAULINE CARROLL are:
191. i. SIDNEY CARROLL12 GRANT, b. November 15, 1941, Phoenix, Maricopa Co., AZ.
ii. BARBARA GRANT765, b. October 02, 1940, San Jose, CA.
iii. CAROLYN SUE GRANT765, b. July 14, 1943, Phoenix, Maricopa Co., AZ.

147. LOIS LORENE11 GRANT (JESSE ULYSSES10, GEORGE WHITLOCK9, BENSON JONES8, EBENEZER TUTTLE7, SAMUEL6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1)766 was born February 17, 1922 in Miami, OK767. She married VERNON CLAYTON768.

Notes for LOIS LORENE GRANT:
from ‘The History of Ottawa County – by Velma Nieberding’ pg 467

‘Lois Lorene Grant married Vernon Clayton and had Donna Verna Clayton Herbolt [b. 1943] and Lois Ann Clayton Brooks [b. 1944] After Vernon’s death Lois married Russ Walker now deceased. She is now employed with the Fireman’s Insurance Company in Fresno, Calif.’

Children of LOIS GRANT and VERNON CLAYTON are:
i. DONNA VERNA12 CLAYTON769, b. 1943769; m. HANDSOME HERBOLD.
ii. LOIS ANN CLAYTON769, b. 1944769; m. UNKNOWN BROOKS.

148. TOBY11 VAN ALSTINE (RAY ELMER10, SARAH ADELAIDE9 CUSHMAN, SARAH HELEN8 GRANT, EBENEZER TUTTLE7, SAMUEL6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1)770 was born 1945770. She married JAMES HURLEY.

Children of TOBY VAN ALSTINE and JAMES HURLEY are:
i. SEAN12 HURLEY.
192. ii. KEVIN HURLEY.

149. LAURA NOEL11 GRANT (WILLIAM DOWNING10, WILLIAM THOMAS9, WILLIAM HOBART8, WILLIAM HULL7, SAMUEL6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1) was born October 31, 1945 in Lakehurst, NJ. She married GLENN C. MYERS November 22, 1966.

Children of LAURA GRANT and GLENN MYERS are:
i. GLENN ANDREW GRANT12 MYERS, b. January 01, 1969, Bryn Mawr, PA.
ii. GRANT THOMAS MYERS, b. April 10, 1973, San Francisco, CA.
iii. SCOTT ALLAN MYERS, b. October 17, 1976, San Francisco, CA.

150. WILLIAM THOMAS11 GRANT II (WILLIAM DOWNING10, WILLIAM THOMAS9, WILLIAM HOBART8, WILLIAM HULL7, SAMUEL6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1) was born May 13, 1950 in Kansas City, MO. He married JANE HEDRICK May 19, 1971.

Children of WILLIAM GRANT and JANE HEDRICK are:
i. WILLIAM THOMAS12 GRANT III, b. January 17, 1975, Philadelphia, PA.
ii. JOSEPH MICHAEL GRANT, b. May 30, 1977, Kansas City, MO.

151. CYNTHIA11 BROOKS (LOIS ANN10 GRANT, VERN EDWIN9, EDGAR8, CALVIN7, LANDRES6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1) She married TOM GREGORY.

Child of CYNTHIA BROOKS and TOM GREGORY is:
i. ADDISON ANNE12 GREGORY, b. January 31, 2002, Reno, NE.

152. RONALD11 GRANT (RAYMOND10, WILLIAM SYLVESTER9, ALPHONZO8, SYLVESTER7, BENJAMIN6, NATHANIEL5, PETER4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1)771 was born November 27, 1942771. He married ALICE CANDINI771. She was born December 15, 1942771.

Child of RONALD GRANT and ALICE CANDINI is:
i. ARLINE MARGARET ELIZABETH12 GRANT771, b. November 21, 1965771.

153. RONALD ALAN11 GRANT (VERNON LEE10, CLIFTON WILLIAM9, HORATIO WILLIAM8, HORATION B.7, ANDREW R.6, EPHRAIM5, EPHRAIM4, JAMES3, JAMES2, PETER1) was born 1960 in Renton, WA772. He married REBECCA ANNE RYAN772.

Children of RONALD GRANT and REBECCA RYAN are:
i. LARRY DEAN12 GRANT, b. 1981772.
ii. RYAN WILLIAM GRANT, b. 1984772.

154. KENNETH WILLIAM11 GRANT (VERNON LEE10, CLIFTON WILLIAM9, HORATIO WILLIAM8, HORATION B.7, ANDREW R.6, EPHRAIM5, EPHRAIM4, JAMES3, JAMES2, PETER1) was born 1961 in Colville, WA772. He married DEBBIE UNKNOWN772.

Child of KENNETH GRANT and DEBBIE UNKNOWN is:
i. RICKIE12 GRANT, b. 1988772.

155. CHERRYL ANNE11 GRANT (RAYMOND ALLAN10, CLIFTON WILLIAM9, HORATIO WILLIAM8, HORATION B.7, ANDREW R.6, EPHRAIM5, EPHRAIM4, JAMES3, JAMES2, PETER1) was born 1973772. She married ALEX ROS772.

Children of CHERRYL GRANT and ALEX ROS are:
i. ALEX12 ROS, JR., b. 1993772.
ii. BILLY ROS772.

Generation No. 12

156. CHARLOTTE12 GYLLENHAAL (DIANTHA11 DAVIS, EDWARD HUGH10, LENA R.9, EVALINE EVA WITHEE8 GRANT, ROYAL CLARK7, SAMUEL6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1)773 was born December 25, 1948 in Abingdon, PA. She married (1) TODD MCLIN DAVIS October 30, 1976 in Bryn Athyn, Pennsylvania774. was born 774. She married (2) MICHAEL JOHN HUFT March 23, 1985 in Glenview, IL, son of JOHN HUFT and LOUISE DAY.

Child of CHARLOTTE GYLLENHAAL and TODD DAVIS is:
i. CLAIRE GYLLENHAAL13 DAVIS774, b. May 02, 1978.

Child of CHARLOTTE GYLLENHAAL and MICHAEL HUFT is:
ii. CAROLYN ELIZABETH13 HUFT, b. April 07, 1987, Evanston, IL774.

157. ERIC DAVIS12 GYLLENHAAL (DIANTHA11 DAVIS, EDWARD HUGH10, LENA R.9, EVALINE EVA WITHEE8 GRANT, ROYAL CLARK7, SAMUEL6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1)775 was born August 10, 1950 in Abingdon, PA. He married GAIL SUSAN FISCHER June 23, 1991 in Starved Rock state Park, IL776.

Children of ERIC GYLLENHAAL and GAIL FISCHER are:
i. ETHAN FISCHER13 GYLLENHAAL776, b. May 13, 1995.
ii. AARON FISCHER GYLLENHAAL, b. December 26, 1996776.

158. CONSTANCE12 GYLLENHAAL (DIANTHA11 DAVIS, EDWARD HUGH10, LENA R.9, EVALINE EVA WITHEE8 GRANT, ROYAL CLARK7, SAMUEL6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1)777 was born March 31, 1952 in Bryn Athyn, Pennsylvania. She married WILLARD DALE SMITH August 24, 1974 in Glenview, IL778, son of ARNOLD SMITH and JOCELYN OLDS.

Children of CONSTANCE GYLLENHAAL and WILLARD SMITH are:
i. TAMA CHARLOTTE13 SMITH778, b. April 15, 1976.
ii. NATHAN JOEL SMITH778, b. September 10, 1977.
iii. LOGAN DALE SMITH778, b. April 02, 1980.
iv. CATHLIN ADELE SMITH778, b. October 14, 1982.

159. KURT PENDLETON12 GYLLENHAAL (DIANTHA11 DAVIS, EDWARD HUGH10, LENA R.9, EVALINE EVA WITHEE8 GRANT, ROYAL CLARK7, SAMUEL6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1)779 was born December 20, 1954 in Abingdon, PA, and died January 17, 1989 in Cleveland, OH. He married DELEE DEE July 23, 1985 in Seoul, South Korea780. was born 780.

Children of KURT GYLLENHAAL and DELEE DEE are:
i. KELLEY ANN13 GYLLENHAAL780, b. September 23, 1986, Westlake, OH780.
ii. RANDALL LEE GYLLENHAAL780, b. November 25, 1987, Parma, OH780.

160. CHARLES EDWARD12 GYLLENHAAL (DIANTHA11 DAVIS, EDWARD HUGH10, LENA R.9, EVALINE EVA WITHEE8 GRANT, ROYAL CLARK7, SAMUEL6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1)781 was born April 07, 1960 in Lakewood, OH. He married KRISTEN ELIZABETH HANSEN782 July 06, 1985 in Bryn Athyn, Pennsylvania782.

Children of CHARLES GYLLENHAAL and KRISTEN HANSEN are:
i. DAVID NILS13 GYLLENHAAL, b. August 13, 1989, Abingdon, PA782.
ii. REBECCA CHRISTINA GYLLENHAAL, b. January 04, 1993, Abingdon, PA782.
iii. ANNIKA LUCIA GYLLENHAAL, b. December 13, 1998.

161. WAYNE12 HYATT (ANNE11 DAVIS, EDWARD HUGH10, LENA R.9, EVALINE EVA WITHEE8 GRANT, ROYAL CLARK7, SAMUEL6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1)783. He married SUSAN MARGARET UMBERGER, daughter of ALFRED UMBERGER and PATRICIA GYLLENHAAL. was born 784.

Children of WAYNE HYATT and SUSAN UMBERGER are:
i. LYNNAE DIANE13 HYATT784, b. June 27, 1979.
ii. MICHAEL JOHN HYATT784, b. January 03, 1892.
iii. JASON PENDLETON HYATT784, b. August 03, 1984.
iv. TRAVIS DANIEL HYATT784, b. November 12, 1989.

162. HUGH12 HYATT (ANNE11 DAVIS, EDWARD HUGH10, LENA R.9, EVALINE EVA WITHEE8 GRANT, ROYAL CLARK7, SAMUEL6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1)785.

Children of HUGH HYATT are:
i. ANNA CATHLIN13 HYATT786, b. July 14, 1977.
ii. REBECCA HYATT786, b. December 24, 1975.
iii. MATTHEW DUANE HYATT786, b. July 17, 1979.
iv. MARTHA GRACE HYATT786, b. February 26, 1982.
v. ABIGAIL HYATT786, b. July 09, 1984.

163. JUSTIN12 HYATT (ANNE11 DAVIS, EDWARD HUGH10, LENA R.9, EVALINE EVA WITHEE8 GRANT, ROYAL CLARK7, SAMUEL6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1)787.

Children of JUSTIN HYATT are:
i. SETH COOPER13 HYATT788, b. February 14, 1977.
ii. DEREK JUSTIN HYATT788, b. November 03, 1978.
iii. ANDERS GLENN HYATT788, b. October 08, 1981.
iv. AVEN DOREEN HYATT788, b. December 28, 1983.

164. GLENN12 HYATT (ANNE11 DAVIS, EDWARD HUGH10, LENA R.9, EVALINE EVA WITHEE8 GRANT, ROYAL CLARK7, SAMUEL6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1)789.

Children of GLENN HYATT are:
i. DICCON DAVIS13 HYATT790, b. October 19, 1979.
ii. MARA BETH HYATT790, b. January 11, 1982.
iii. KELLEN LEE HYATT790, b. May 30, 1985.

165. LISA12 HYATT (ANNE11 DAVIS, EDWARD HUGH10, LENA R.9, EVALINE EVA WITHEE8 GRANT, ROYAL CLARK7, SAMUEL6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1)791. She married KENT COOPER. was born 792.

Children of LISA HYATT and KENT COOPER are:
i. WILL HYATT13 COOPER792, b. September 11, 1983.
ii. JORDAN DAVIS COOPER792, b. August 13, 1985.

166. BRUCE12 HYATT (ANNE11 DAVIS, EDWARD HUGH10, LENA R.9, EVALINE EVA WITHEE8 GRANT, ROYAL CLARK7, SAMUEL6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1)793.

Child of BRUCE HYATT is:
i. JEREMY HAMILTON13 HYATT794, b. January 08, 1993.

167. RICHARD12 GOERWITZ (CATHLIN11 DAVIS, EDWARD HUGH10, LENA R.9, EVALINE EVA WITHEE8 GRANT, ROYAL CLARK7, SAMUEL6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1)794. He married AMY. was born 794.

Child of RICHARD GOERWITZ and AMY is:
i. RICHARD LEONARD13 GOERWITZ IV794, b. December 04, 1985.

168. AMANDA12 GOERWITZ (CATHLIN11 DAVIS, EDWARD HUGH10, LENA R.9, EVALINE EVA WITHEE8 GRANT, ROYAL CLARK7, SAMUEL6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1)795. She married UNKNOWN HYATT.

Children of AMANDA GOERWITZ and UNKNOWN HYATT are:
i. CATHLIN GRACE13 HYATT796, b. February 20, 1990.
ii. DEREK EDWARD HYATT796, b. September 26, 1992.

169. ANNE12 GOERWITZ (CATHLIN11 DAVIS, EDWARD HUGH10, LENA R.9, EVALINE EVA WITHEE8 GRANT, ROYAL CLARK7, SAMUEL6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1)797. She married UNKNOWN BALL.

Children of ANNE GOERWITZ and UNKNOWN BALL are:
i. ALEXANDER DICKSON13 BALL798, b. October 12, 1989.
ii. EMILY ELIZABETH BALL798, b. July 17, 1991.

170. STEPHEN12 COLE (CHARLOTTE ELLEN11 DAVIS, EDWARD HUGH10, LENA R.9, EVALINE EVA WITHEE8 GRANT, ROYAL CLARK7, SAMUEL6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1)798. He married JENNIFER SMITH. was born 798.

Children of STEPHEN COLE and JENNIFER SMITH are:
i. JAMES PENDLETON13 COLE798, b. February 12, 1979.
ii. STEPHEN DANDRIDGE COLE798, b. April 02, 1980.
iii. NATHAN FIELD COLE798, b. July 22, 1981.
iv. ELIZA MACFARLAN COLE798, b. February 20, 1983.
v. JOHN LAWSON COLE798, b. January 06, 1987.
vi. BENJAMIN DAVIS COLE798, b. March 09, 1990.
vii. JOSHUA SNOWDEN COLE798, b. August 12, 1992.

171. CATHLIN12 COLE (CHARLOTTE ELLEN11 DAVIS, EDWARD HUGH10, LENA R.9, EVALINE EVA WITHEE8 GRANT, ROYAL CLARK7, SAMUEL6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1)798. She married GRANT SCHNARR. was born 798.

Children of CATHLIN COLE and GRANT SCHNARR are:
i. RONALD DOERING13 SCHNARR798, b. September 21, 1980.
ii. JASON DANDRIDGE SCHNARR798, b. August 23, 1982.
iii. OWEN JAMES SCHNARR798, b. May 21, 1984.
iv. STEPHEN KENT SCHNARR798, b. January 14, 1986.

172. MARCY12 COLE (CHARLOTTE ELLEN11 DAVIS, EDWARD HUGH10, LENA R.9, EVALINE EVA WITHEE8 GRANT, ROYAL CLARK7, SAMUEL6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1)798. She married GARY CHILDS. was born 798.

Children of MARCY COLE and GARY CHILDS are:
i. NORAH WELSH13 CHILDS798, b. December 23, 1976.
ii. EVA MARET CHILDS798, b. October 03, 1980.
iii. AMANDA GRACE CHILDS798, b. December 02, 1982.
iv. ADAM GOEFFREY CHILDS798, b. May 11, 1985.

173. JENCY12 COLE (CHARLOTTE ELLEN11 DAVIS, EDWARD HUGH10, LENA R.9, EVALINE EVA WITHEE8 GRANT, ROYAL CLARK7, SAMUEL6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1)798. She married GORDON LATTA. was born 798.

Children of JENCY COLE and GORDON LATTA are:
i. RACHEL ERIN13 LATTA, b. May 09, 1974.
ii. MARCY ELLEN LATTA798, b. March 04, 1976.
iii. MARK DAVID LATTA798, b. April 23, 1978.
iv. STEPHANIE EDEN LATTA798, b. April 16, 1981.
v. EMILY CATHLIN LATTA798, b. January 26, 1983.
vi. GORDON ROBERT LATTA798, b. July 10, 1984.
vii. BRONWYN ELIZABETH LATTA798, b. July 28, 1987.

174. DOROTHY12 RHODES (JUDY11 PITCAIRN, CLARA MARGARET10 DAVIS, LENA R.9, EVALINE EVA WITHEE8 GRANT, ROYAL CLARK7, SAMUEL6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1) was born 798. She married LACH BROWN. was born 798.

Child of DOROTHY RHODES and LACH BROWN is:
i. IAN13 BROWN798.

175. JOSEPH SANFORD12 CRAWFORD III (FLORENCE ANNA11 GRANT, BENSON WAGNER10, JOHN CHARLES FREMONT9, BENSON JONES8, EBENEZER TUTTLE7, SAMUEL6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1) was born July 18, 1930 in Tulsa, Tulsa Co., OK, and died February 25, 1970 in served in Viet Nam; exposed to Agent Orange; died from affects799. He married FAY MCKINNON 1953 in Ft. Benning, GA.

Children of JOSEPH CRAWFORD and FAY MCKINNON are:
i. BONNIE13 CRAWFORD, b. March 04, 1955, Germany799.
ii. JOSEPH SANFORD CRAWFORD IV, b. 1957, Germany799.

176. WILLIAM “BILL” GRANT12 CRAWFORD (FLORENCE ANNA11 GRANT, BENSON WAGNER10, JOHN CHARLES FREMONT9, BENSON JONES8, EBENEZER TUTTLE7, SAMUEL6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1) was born June 14, 1934 in Atlanta,Fulton Co., GA799. He married SANDRA LEE SHOPE 1958 in Peachtree Road Methodist Church, Atlanta, Fulton Co., GA799. was born 799.

Children of WILLIAM CRAWFORD and SANDRA SHOPE are:
193. i. BENSON GRANT13 CRAWFORD, b. July 04, 1959, Pittsfield, MA.
ii. REBECCA “BECKY” ALLEN CRAWFORD799, b. December 01, 1960, Atlanta, Fulton County, GA

177. JAMES “JIM” DAVID12 CRAWFORD (FLORENCE ANNA11 GRANT, BENSON WAGNER10, JOHN CHARLES FREMONT9, BENSON JONES8, EBENEZER TUTTLE7, SAMUEL6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1)799 was born April 08, 1946 in @ 8#5oz. Atlanta, Fulton Co., GA800. He married (1) GAIL MARGARET BROWN June 19, 1968 in Ft. Sill, OK801. She was born September 28, 1945802. He married (2) JUDITH LYNNE IGO ORR June 08, 1983 in Conyers, Rockdale Co., GA at the Conyers, GA Presbyterian Church. Judy has two daughters, Lori and Lisa. Jim and Judy have seven grandchildren between them.802. Updated by Jim Crawford January 12, 2006.

Children of JAMES CRAWFORD and GAIL BROWN are:
i. WOODROW STEPHAN13 “Woody”CRAWFORD802, b. March 16, 1971, Atlanta, Fulton Co., GA.
ii. JAMES SANFORD “Sandy” CRAWFORD, b. February 14, 1973, Atlanta, Fulton Co., GA802.

178. GLORIA RAY12 GRANT (CHARLES JOHN11, BENSON WAGNER10, JOHN CHARLES FREMONT9, BENSON JONES8, EBENEZER TUTTLE7, SAMUEL6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1)803 was born July 12, 1942 in (7#10oz) Lusk, WY803. She married RICHARD HUBBERT April 11, 1970 in Milwaukee, Milwaukee Co., WI. He was born October 15, 1942 in Milwaukee, Milwaukee Co., WI804.

Notes for GLORIA RAY GRANT:
from Florence Anna Grant Crawford:

please call and give Gloria any information that we’ve found on the Grant family. Address: Gloria Hubbert
16258 Tennessee Ave.
Aurora Co 80017 202-227-0433
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Child of GLORIA GRANT and RICHARD HUBBERT is:
i. ALLISON ARLENE13 HUBBERT, b. January 09, 1973, Denver, Denver Co., CO804; m. JUSTIN BRUCE MALSAM, October 08, 1994, Deer Lodge, MT804; b. December 19, 1972, Deer Lodge, MT804.

179. GARY BENSON12 GRANT (CHARLES JOHN11, BENSON WAGNER10, JOHN CHARLES FREMONT9, BENSON JONES8, EBENEZER TUTTLE7, SAMUEL6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1)805 was born September 26, 1943 in Lusk, Niobrara Co., WY805. He married JOAN MARGARET KRAGER July 15, 1964 in Madison, Lake Co., SD. She was born April 06, 1943 in Sioux Falls, SD.

Notes for GARY BENSON GRANT:
Gary Benson Grant – Peoria, AZ

Children of GARY GRANT and JOAN KRAGER are:
i. STEVEN CHARLES13 GRANT, b. January 27, 1965, Ellsworth AFB, Pennington Co., SD.
ii. SUSAN MARIE GRANT, b. April 15, 1968, Madison, Lake Co., SD.
iii. BARBARA KAY GRANT, b. April 15, 1968, Madison, Lake Co., SD.

180. TERRY ANDERSON12 GRANT (FRANK ANDERSON11, BENSON WAGNER10, JOHN CHARLES FREMONT9, BENSON JONES8, EBENEZER TUTTLE7, SAMUEL6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1) was born September 29, 1940 in @ 8# 10oz.- Cherokee, OK. He married NANCY CARLOCK November 28, 1966 in Dallas, Dallas Co., TX. She was born October 17, 1942 in Dallas, Dallas Co., TX.

Children of TERRY GRANT and NANCY CARLOCK are:
i. JENNIFER LAKE13 GRANT, b. June 27, 1966, Austin, TX.
194. ii. CATHERINE ANNE GRANT, b. August 25, 1969, Dallas, Dallas Co., TX.

181. LINDA KAY12 GRANT (FRANK ANDERSON11, BENSON WAGNER10, JOHN CHARLES FREMONT9, BENSON JONES8, EBENEZER TUTTLE7, SAMUEL6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1) was born October 27, 1944 in (8#7oz) Denver, Denver Co., CO. She married STEVE LACLAIRE July 05, 1968 in Denver, Denver Co., Colorado806.

Children of LINDA GRANT and STEVE LACLAIRE are:
i. MARK13 LA CLAIRE806, b. May 28, 1972.
ii. MICHELE MARIE LACLAIRE806, b. September 16, 1974, Houston, Texas.

182. SANDI LEE12 CRAIG (EARL J11 GRANT, BENSON WAGNER10, JOHN CHARLES FREMONT9, BENSON JONES8, EBENEZER TUTTLE7, SAMUEL6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1) was born June 10, 1941 in Golden, Jefferson Co., CO. She married (1) VERNON CURTIS POWELL September 02, 1961 in Golden, Jefferson Co., CO – at Rockland Community Church by Rev. Lyle Schossow807, son of VERNON POWELL and KATIE BERNARD. He was born December 10, 1938 in Longmont, Boulder Co., CO. She married (2) PETER [DONALD] HERRICK ROWLEY May 08, 1970 in Plano, Collin Co., TX808, son of DONALD ROWLEY and YVETTE BOURCIER. He was born September 21, 1938 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

Notes for SANDI LEE CRAIG:
Social Security #

Notes for PETER [DONALD] HERRICK ROWLEY:
Soc. Security No.
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{Donald} Peter Herrick Rowley – Sheldon Family Association # S6189x[11]141 – William lineage.
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Children of SANDI CRAIG and VERNON POWELL are:
195. i. SHONDA LEE13 POWELL, b. November 06, 1964, Roswell, Chaves Co., NM.
196. ii. TRISHA LYNN POWELL, b. July 14, 1966, Roswell, Chaves Co., NM.

Child of SANDI CRAIG and PETER ROWLEY is:
iii. CRAIG AUSTIN13 ROWLEY, b. July 05, 1971, Richardson, Dallas Co., TX (Richardson General Hospital); d. August 12, 1987, Edgewater Farm, Willsboro, Essex Co., NY.

Notes for CRAIG AUSTIN ROWLEY:
from Plattsburg, Clinton Co., NY – Press-Republican – Friday, August 14, 1987 – pg. 22 PUBLIC RECORD

Craig A. Rowley
WILLSBORO – Craig Austin Rowley, 16, of Plano, Texas, died Wednesday, Aug. 12, 1987 in Willsboro.

He was born in Richardson, Texas on July 5, 1971, the son of Donald [Peter} Herrick Rowley and Sandi Lee Craig

A student at Plano Senior High School, he was a member of the Christ United Methodist Church of Plano. He also belonged to the Congregational Church of Christ in Willsboro. He was a member of the boy Scouts of America Troop 288 in Plano, where he had complete Star and was to receive the Life award in October. He was elected to the Order of the Arrow. He also belonged to the Drama Club in Plano and dance class for 10 years.

Besides his parents, survivors include his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred [Pat]Craig of Golden, Colo.; one brother, Donald Herrick Rowley of Plano and Willsboro’ three sisters, Lisa Yvette Rowley, Trisha Lynn Powell and Shonda Lee Powell, all of Plano; and one great-aunt, Irene Tillery of Kansas City, MO.

Calling hours will be today from 3 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. at the Huestis Funeral Home in Willsboro.

The funeral will be Saturday at 4 p.m. at the Congregational United Church of Christ.

Cremation will follow at Whispering Maples Crematory, Ellenburg Depot with burial in Memorial Cemetery, Willsboro at the convenience of the family.

Donations in his memory may be made to the Willsboro Rescue Squad or the Congregational United Church of Christ.
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I find that the sudden and violent nature of Craig’s death not to be mentioned in this obit. to be a huge omit! He was mowing and trimming the lawn in the front of Edgewater Farm when a car, going between 69-72 mph, fish-tailed off the road, hitting him, not only once, and throwing his body into the air, but again hitting him when he first came down – second impact threw him over 147 feet south over a growing horse chestnut tree, into a pine tree, where the bough literally broke when he fell down. Death was ruled instantaneous. The driver of the car had jumped into her mother’s car and driven off in anger after an argument. She came perilously close to hitting his brother, Donald who was standing on the other side of the road talking with a woman who wanted Craig to come and mow her lawn. Craig had a lawn mowing service for the summer in Willsboro, besides his job at Willsboro Bay Marina, to help earn some spending money and $$ for back to school. He and Donald had just gone shopping for back-to-school clothes – Craig only got to wear them to his funeral. With love, his mother.
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More About CRAIG AUSTIN ROWLEY:
Burial: Memorial Cemetery, Willsboro, Essex Co., NY

183. DEBORAH LEE12 GRANT (EARL J11, BENSON WAGNER10, JOHN CHARLES FREMONT9, BENSON JONES8, EBENEZER TUTTLE7, SAMUEL6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1) was born October 24, 1947 in (8#2oz) Casa Grande, Pima Co. , AZ809. She married THOMAS MAXWELL CARMENT September 07, 1968 in Muskogee, Muskogee Co., OK by Earl N. Dorff, Minister St. Pau. United Meth., Muskogee.810, son of CHARLES CARMENT and HELEN THOMAS. He was born March 13, 1945 in Ponca City Kay Co., OK.

Children of DEBORAH GRANT and THOMAS CARMENT are:
197. i. REBECCA LOUISE13 CARMENT, b. May 12, 1974.
ii. JOHN MAXWELL CARMENT811, b. February 02, 1975; m. CARRIE ANN SCHREIBER812, December 29, 2001, Plano, Collin Co., TX; b. October 22, 1977, Victoria, Victoria Co., TX812.
iii. DAVID THOMAS CARMENT813, b. August 16, 1979.

184. CARY BENSON12 GRANT (EARL J11, BENSON WAGNER10, JOHN CHARLES FREMONT9, BENSON JONES8, EBENEZER TUTTLE7, SAMUEL6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1) was born February 16, 1949 in Casa Grande, Pinal Co., AZ. He married KAY LAVON LALLIER August 12, 1972 in Bonner Springs, KS, daughter of LEON LALLIER and RETHA POOS. She was born October 22, 1951 in Leavenworth, Leavenworth Co., KS.

Children of CARY GRANT and KAY LALLIER are:
198. i. SHANNON KAY13 GRANT, b. January 26, 1978, Muskogee, Muskogee Co., OK.
199. ii. RYAN EMERY GRANT, b. July 25, 1980, Muskogee, Muskogee Co., OK.

185. JOHN ROBERT12 GRANT (CHARLES FRANKLIN11, CHARLES FRANK10, JOHN CHARLES FREMONT9, BENSON JONES8, EBENEZER TUTTLE7, SAMUEL6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1)814 was born September 02, 1942 in Tulsa, Tulsa Co., OK. He married LYNDA LEE WILSON December 21, 1967 in Cupertino, Santa Clara, CA815, daughter of CALVIN WILSON and GRACE FOWLER. She was born May 03, 1943 in Harrison, Boone Co., ARK815.

Notes for JOHN ROBERT GRANT:
Address of John “Jack” Grant – from Linda Kay Grant LaClaire 1/30/1999:

John [Jack] Grant + Lynda – correction of address from Alice Grant 2/18/99
14171 Barlupi Circle
Sonora, CA 95370

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Children of JOHN GRANT and LYNDA WILSON are:
i. TANYA LYNN13 GRANT815, b. December 20, 1969, Palo Alto, Santa Clara Co., CA815.
ii. GREGORY ANDREW GRANT815, b. April 11, 1972, Palo Alto, Santa Clara Co., CA815.
iii. JOHN DEREK GRANT815, b. August 25, 1975, Palo Alto,Santa Clara Co., CA815; m. KIM MCCLELLAN, December 19, 1998, at the Oakland Temple, Oakland, California.
iv. DAVID BENJAMIN GRANT815, b. January 08, 1978, Rosenheim, Bayerd, Bundesrepublik, Deutschland815.
v. CHRISTOPHER JUSTIN GRANT815, b. June 21, 1983, Rosenheim, Bayerd, Bundesrepublik, Deutschland.
vi. STEPHEN BRADLEY GRANT815, b. September 07, 1986, Palo Alto, Santa Clara Co., CA815.

186. RUTH ANN12 GRANT (CHARLES FRANKLIN11, CHARLES FRANK10, JOHN CHARLES FREMONT9, BENSON JONES8, EBENEZER TUTTLE7, SAMUEL6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1)816 was born June 18, 1951 in Kewanee, Ill. She married R. GREGORY GIBSON, JR. June 1986 in Jackson Hinds, Miss816, son of R. GIBSON and JUANITA TERRY.

Notes for RUTH ANN GRANT:
from Linda Kay Grant LaClaire:

Ruth Ann Grant – Mrs. R. Greg Gibson, Jr. updated by Alice Grant, mother on
203 Bordeaux Feb 18, 1999
Clinton, MS 39056

Works at Mississippi College, librarian – went NTSU – .

Children of RUTH GRANT and R. GIBSON are:
i. GRANT GREGORY13 GIBSON, b. December 19, 1987.
ii. SHERIDAN RUTH GIBSON, b. June 25, 1992, Jackson, Hinds Co., Miss817.

187. JAMES PLAIN12 GRANT (CHARLES FRANKLIN11, CHARLES FRANK10, JOHN CHARLES FREMONT9, BENSON JONES8, EBENEZER TUTTLE7, SAMUEL6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1)818 was born July 26, 1953 in Kewanee, Ill. He married LINDA RUTLAND April 06, 1975 in Hattiesburg, Miss.819, daughter of WILLIE RUTLAND and DOTTIE BAYLIS. She was born May 27, 1955 in Hampton, Hampton Road, Virginia – Langley AFB820.

Notes for JAMES PLAIN GRANT:
from Linda Kay Grant LeClaire:

Jimmy Grant
P. O. Box 10296
Jackson, MISS 39209-0296

c/o Alice Grant updated by Alice Grant on 2/18/99
208 Shadow Lake Drive
Clinton, MISS 39056

Child of JAMES GRANT and LINDA RUTLAND is:
i. DANA MICHELE13 GRANT, b. January 18, 1981, Florence, Rankin Co., MS821.

Notes for DANA MICHELE GRANT:
updated by Alice Grant on 2/18/1999
Mississippi School for Math & Science
POB W1325
Columbus, MS 39701
danagrant@hotmail.com
then to Georga Tech – has been accepted to Georga Tech

188. REBA ALENE12 GRANT (GEORGE LOUIS11, JESSE ULYSSES10, GEORGE WHITLOCK9, BENSON JONES8, EBENEZER TUTTLE7, SAMUEL6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1)822 was born August 07, 1936. She married LLOYD V. GUIFORD.

Children of REBA GRANT and LLOYD GUIFORD are:
i. DAVID EUGENE13 GUIFORD, b. September 01, 1954.
ii. DEMARIS YVONNE GUIFORD, b. September 05, 1955; m. HANDSOME KILLION.
iii. DEBBIE JOY GUIFORD, b. November 12, 1955; d. November 12, 1955.
iv. LLOYD GEORGE GUIFORD, b. June 18, 1961.
v. LYNNETTE MICHELLE GUIFORD, b. September 28, 1966; m. HANDSOME OAKLEY.

189. SIDNEY JANE12 GRANT (SIDNEY ROE11, JESSE ULYSSES10, GEORGE WHITLOCK9, BENSON JONES8, EBENEZER TUTTLE7, SAMUEL6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1)823,824 was born January 28, 1944 in Wyandotte, Ottawa Co., OK825. She married JAMES DARRELL WATTS825 June 25, 1965 in Wyandotte, Ottawa Co., OK825,826.

Children of SIDNEY GRANT and JAMES WATTS are:
200. i. GRANT ALAN13 WATTS, b. October 11, 1967, Lynwood, Los Angeles Co., CA.
ii. SHERI JANE WATTS827,828, b. June 24, 1970, Salina, Saline Co., KS829,830; m. JOSEPH WARD HART831, February 14, 2004, Overland Park, Johnson Co., KS832; b. July 07, 1968, Washington, D.C.832.

190. SANDRA KAY12 PASSLEY (NANNIE IRENE11 GRANT, JESSE ULYSSES10, GEORGE WHITLOCK9, BENSON JONES8, EBENEZER TUTTLE7, SAMUEL6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1)833 was born August 29, 1942834. She married GARY ROLAND KALAR834 1964. He was born December 06, 1942835.

Children of SANDRA PASSLEY and GARY KALAR are:
201. i. STEVEN GARY13 KALAR, b. January 20, 1966.
ii. VICKI LYNN KALAR835, b. September 13, 1968835; m. HANDSOM MEADOWS.

191. SIDNEY CARROLL12 GRANT (ALVAH BENSON11, JESSE ULYSSES10, GEORGE WHITLOCK9, BENSON JONES8, EBENEZER TUTTLE7, SAMUEL6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1) was born November 15, 1941 in Phoenix, Maricopa Co., AZ836. He married GINGER LEE BURG837 June 22, 1968838.

Notes for SIDNEY CARROLL GRANT:
from Sid Grant: SidGrant@aol.com

Address: Sidney Carroll Grant
29886 Larrabee St.
Hayward, CA 94544

Children of SIDNEY GRANT and GINGER BURG are:
202. i. TERESA LYNN13 GRANT, b. July 03, 1972, Oxnard, Ventura Co., CA.
ii. WILLIAM DAVID GRANT839, b. February 14, 1975, Oxnard, CA840.

192. KEVIN12 HURLEY (TOBY11 VAN ALSTINE, RAY ELMER10, SARAH ADELAIDE9 CUSHMAN, SARAH HELEN8 GRANT, EBENEZER TUTTLE7, SAMUEL6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1) He married SIGNIFICENCE OTHER.

Child of KEVIN HURLEY and SIGNIFICENCE OTHER is:
i. RYAN13 HURLEY, b. 2002.

Generation No. 13

193. BENSON GRANT13 CRAWFORD (WILLIAM “BILL” GRANT12, FLORENCE ANNA11 GRANT, BENSON WAGNER10, JOHN CHARLES FREMONT9, BENSON JONES8, EBENEZER TUTTLE7, SAMUEL6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1)841 was born July 04, 1959 in Pittsfield, MA. He married THRESIAMMA in India.  She was born October 24, 1961 in Pultally Keralo, India.

Child of BENSON CRAWFORD and THRESIAMMA is:
i. JAIR14 CRAWFORD.

194. CATHERINE ANNE13 GRANT (TERRY ANDERSON12, FRANK ANDERSON11, BENSON WAGNER10, JOHN CHARLES FREMONT9, BENSON JONES8, EBENEZER TUTTLE7, SAMUEL6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1) was born August 25, 1969 in Dallas, Dallas Co., TX. She married HANDSOME BOUTILLIER.

Child of CATHERINE GRANT and HANDSOME BOUTILLIER is:
i. KARLEE GRANT14 BOUTILLIER842, b. March 04, 1999, weighed 2 lbs. 10.5 oz – 14 3/4 inches.

195. SHONDA LEE13 POWELL (SANDI LEE12 CRAIG, EARL J11 GRANT, BENSON WAGNER10, JOHN CHARLES FREMONT9, BENSON JONES8, EBENEZER TUTTLE7, SAMUEL6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1) was born November 06, 1964 in Roswell, Chaves Co., NM. She married JEFFREY CHARLES LAURES May 28, 1988 in Plano, Collin Co., TX843, son of CHARLES LAURES and ELAINE RIES. He was born September 22, 1962 in New Hampton, Chickasaw Co., IA.

Children of SHONDA POWELL and JEFFREY LAURES are:
i. BENJAMIN CRAIG14 LAURES, b. January 01, 1993, Dallas, Dallas Co., TX.
ii. ZACHARY CHARLES LAURES, b. January 01, 1993, Dallas, Dallas Co., TX.
iii. BRANDON GRANT LAURES, b. March 12, 1995, Dallas, Dallas Co., TX.
iv. SIERRA ISABELLE LAURES, b. May 29, 1998, Richardson, Dallas Co., TX.

196. TRISHA LYNN13 POWELL (SANDI LEE12 CRAIG, EARL J11 GRANT, BENSON WAGNER10, JOHN CHARLES FREMONT9, BENSON JONES8, EBENEZER TUTTLE7, SAMUEL6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1) was born July 14, 1966 in Roswell, Chaves Co., NM. She married SALVADOR G. GARCIA October 24, 1992 in Plano, Collin Co., TX, son of SALVADOR GARCIA and CELIA GARCIA. He was born November 27, 1959 in Dallas, Dallas Co., TX.

Children of TRISHA POWELL and SALVADOR GARCIA are:
i. HALEY ANISSA14 GARCIA844, b. February 08, 1995, Dallas, Dallas Co, TX845; d. June 02, 1999, Dallas, Dallas Co, TX845.

Notes for HALEY ANISSA GARCIA:
Haley Anissa Garcia – 1995 – 1999

Obituary – published in the Dallas Morning News Friday June 4, 1999 – p.43A

“Heaven welcomed a new angel on Wednesday 2 June 1999. Haley Anissa Garcia left her loving family to go to a new home from Children’s Hospital – Dallas. Haley was born February 8, 1995 in Dallas to Trisha Lynn and Sal Garcia. She enriched our lives for four short years. She was baptized and attended church school at Christ United Methodist Church of Plano. Haley was a loving caretaker of all those around her and will continue to share that love through organ donation so that other children may continue to fulfill their parents’ dreams. Shortly before she lapsed into unconsciousness Haley’s last words for her parents were filled with wonder and awe: “Oh, I’m going to Heaven and it’s beautiful!” Haley was preceded in death by her uncle Craig Austin Rowley and grandfather Salvador Garcia, Sr.; great-grandfathers Fred H. Craig, Vernon Powell and Earl Grant. Haley leaves behind her beloved two year old sister Bria Lynn Garcia, her devastated parents Trisha Lynn and Sal Garcia of Flower Mound; grandparents Sandi Craig and Peter Rowley of Plano, Gloria and Curt Powell of Southlake and Celia Garcia of Dallas; great-grandmothers Neville Craig and her husband Leon Tisdale of Dallas, Katie Lee Powell of Longmont, CO and Gerrie Grant of Muskogee, OK. Grieving aunts and uncles include Shonda and Jeffrey Laures of Plano; Gabriela and Ricardo Mejia of Lenexa, KS; Ferando Garcia of Dallas; Collette and Eric Coyle and Jenean and Kerby Wetterstrom of Longmont, CO; Monica Powell of New York City; Kelley and Donald Rowley of Allen; Lisa and Jeffrey Reid of Lufkin; Rebecca and Doug Schelhing, John and David Carment, Shannon and Ryan Grant all of Muskogee, OK, and Megan and Kenny Brisbane of Nashville, TN; great-aunts and uncles Sandy and Les Coyle of Loveland, CO; Kay and Cary Grant and Deborah and Tom Carment of Muskogee, OK; great-great aunt Irene Tillery of Kansas City, MO. Numerous cousins include Benjamin, Zachary and Brandon Laures, whom Haley insisted were her brothers, and their sister Sierra Laures of Plano; Ian and Isaac Rowley of Allen; Forrest and Sidney Wetterstrom; Rebecca, Scotland and McCartney Coyle all of Longmont CO, and Matthew and Annie Brisbane, of Nashville, TN. Haley’s Godparents are Julie and Corey West of Plano. Funeral services will be at 10:00 am Saturday , June 5 at Christ United Methodist Church, 3101 Coit Road, Plano, reception at the church following the service. Interment at 3 pm in Flower Mound at the Flower Mound Cemetery FM 3040- 7 miles west of I-25. Rev. Don Underwood officiating. There will be a visitation for family and friends Friday evening from 7 – 9 pm at Sparkman-Dicky Funeral Home, Dallas North Tollway and Trinity Mills, Dallas. Pallbearers will be grandfathers Peter Rowley and Curtis Powell; Uncles Jeffrey Laures, Eric Coyle, Ricardo Mejia, Donald Rowley , Fernando Garcia and Jeffrey Reid. The family requests that anyone attending the funeral not wear black, but preferably Haley’s favorite color, pink, or any other bright rainbow Color. Donations may be sent to Christ United Methodist Church, Haley Anissa Garcia Memorial Fund and made out to the ICU – Children’s Medical Center of Dallas.

More About HALEY ANISSA GARCIA:
Burial: June 05, 1999, Flower Mound Cemetery, FM 3040, Flower Mound, Denton Co., TX845

ii. BRIA LYNN GARCIA, b. February 19, 1997, Dallas, Dallas Co., TX.
iii. JONAH POWELL GARCIA846, b. September 11, 2001, Dallas, Dallas Co., TX846.

197. REBECCA LOUISE13 CARMENT (DEBORAH LEE12 GRANT, EARL J11, BENSON WAGNER10, JOHN CHARLES FREMONT9, BENSON JONES8, EBENEZER TUTTLE7, SAMUEL6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1)847 was born May 12, 1974. She married DOUG SCHEIHING in Muskogee, Muskogee Co., OK. He was born July 23, 1968.

Child of REBECCA CARMENT and DOUG SCHEIHING is:
i. JACOB DOUGLAS14 SCHEIHING, b. February 17, 2002, Muskogee, Muskogee Co., OK.

198. SHANNON KAY13 GRANT (CARY BENSON12, EARL J11, BENSON WAGNER10, JOHN CHARLES FREMONT9, BENSON JONES8, EBENEZER TUTTLE7, SAMUEL6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1) was born January 26, 1978 in Muskogee, Muskogee Co., OK. She married ROBERT ANTHONY LOCKWOOD March 16, 2002 in Plymouth Congregational Church, Lawrence, KS.

Children of SHANNON GRANT and ROBERT LOCKWOOD are:
i. GRANT EDINGTON14 LOCKWOOD, b. February 18, 2004, Lawrence, KS.

Notes for GRANT EDINGTON LOCKWOOD:
from an email via his grandmother Kay L. Grant

Grant Edington Lockwood was born at 8:20 pm, [by Caesarian] on February 18th, 2004. Weighed in at 7 lbs. 15 oz. and is 20″ long.

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ii. EMILY KAY LOCKWOOD, b. August 25, 2005, Lawrence, KA.

199. RYAN EMERY13 GRANT (CARY BENSON12, EARL J11, BENSON WAGNER10, JOHN CHARLES FREMONT9, BENSON JONES8, EBENEZER TUTTLE7, SAMUEL6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1) was born July 25, 1980 in Muskogee, Muskogee Co., OK. He married REBECCA AMBER KELLEY May 25, 2001 in Muskogee, Muskogee Co., OK. She was born January 25, 1982.

Children of RYAN GRANT and REBECCA KELLEY are:
i. ROY JAMES14 GRANT, b. May 18, 2001, Muskogee, Muskogee Co., OK.

Notes for ROY JAMES GRANT:
from email by his grandmother Kay Grant: Roy James Grant, born May 18, 2001 at 11:15 p.m. 7 lbs. 8 oz. 20 inches long – some dark hair and bright eyes! [email dated May 22, 2001]
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ii. DALE EARL GRANT848, b. April 27, 2005, NC848.

200. GRANT ALAN13 WATTS (SIDNEY JANE12 GRANT, SIDNEY ROE11, JESSE ULYSSES10, GEORGE WHITLOCK9, BENSON JONES8, EBENEZER TUTTLE7, SAMUEL6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1)849 was born October 11, 1967 in Lynwood, Los Angeles Co., CA849. He married SANDRA KAHN849 June 06, 1993. She was born March 06, 1968 in Huntington, Suffolk Co., NY850.

Children of GRANT WATTS and SANDRA KAHN are:
i. RACHEL14 KAHN851, b. December 25, 1997, Boston, Suffolk Co., MA852.
ii. SOPHIA KAHN853, b. August 27, 1999, Boston, Suffolk Co., MA854.

201. STEVEN GARY13 KALAR (SANDRA KAY12 PASSLEY, NANNIE IRENE11 GRANT, JESSE ULYSSES10, GEORGE WHITLOCK9, BENSON JONES8, EBENEZER TUTTLE7, SAMUEL6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1)855 was born January 20, 1966855. He married LISA TROEGER855 September 20, 2002 in Kahali Beach, Kauai, Hawaii856.

Child of STEVEN KALAR and LISA TROEGER is:
i. ELSE VICTORIA14 KALAR857, b. February 25, 2004, San Francisco, San Francisco Co., CA857.

202. TERESA LYNN13 GRANT (SIDNEY CARROLL12, ALVAH BENSON11, JESSE ULYSSES10, GEORGE WHITLOCK9, BENSON JONES8, EBENEZER TUTTLE7, SAMUEL6, JOHN5, LANDRES4, PETER3, JAMES2, PETER1)858 was born July 03, 1972 in Oxnard, Ventura Co., CA859. She married BRIAN STANDING860 July 16, 1994 in Berkeley, Alameda Co., CA860.

Child of TERESA GRANT and BRIAN STANDING is:
i. MIRANDA GRANT14 STANDING861, b. September 10, 2001861.

Endnotes

1. Edward Allen Cooper cooper@amug.org.
2. the Genealogy of Peter Grant, Berwick, Maine – Leola Grant Bushman, page 1, “Some records give Peter’s birth date 1631, some 1634. He was captured by Cromwell in the battle of Dunbar in 1650, so it would seem 1631 was more nearly correct.”
3. Ed Cooper@cooper@amug.org, “Peter Grant….his will was made 19 October 1709 and mentions his wife Joanna, and children William, James, Alexander, Daniel, Grizzell, Mary and Hannah. The inventory of his estate was taken 12 March 1712 and it was valued at L216:10:0. He was buried on his own land somewhere outside Berwick.”
4. Michael Huft, mhuft@worldnet.att.net.
5. “The Genealogy of Peter Grant, Berwick, Maine – Leola Grant Bushman”, pg. 6, ” Genealogy Dictionary – Maine and New Hampshire, by Libby, Noyes & davis. See Deeds, York County, Book 10, Folio 200.”
6. Kittery Family Records & Marriage – Book 1, 13, GRANT – James Grant & Mary the daughter of Jonathan Nason Married Octobr 1693.”
7. Christine Pettit – cpettit@pe.net.
8. Arline GRANT NONNI_F@msn.com, Arline gives a date of death as 3 nov 1734 – but no ‘source’ for the data.
9. Kittery Family Records & Marriage – Book 1, 13.
10. “Old Kittery and Her Families” – Stackpole, pg. 625.
11. Edited by Joseph Crook Anderson II & Lois Ware Thurston, C.G., Vital Records of Kittery , Maine Kittery Family Records & Marriages – Book I, (Picton Press, Camden, Maine – 1991), 13.
12. Edited by Joseph Crook Anderson II & Lois Ware Thurston, C.G., Vital Records of Kittery , Maine Kittery Family Records & Marriages – Book I, (Picton Press, Camden, Maine – 1991), 13, James their *[James Grant and Mary Nason] son, born Octob. 8th 1694 and died Febry 15th 1701.”
13. Christine Pettitt sent this date of date as February 15, 1700.
14. Edited by Joseph Crook Anderson II & Lois Ware Thurston, C.G., Vital Records of Kittery , Maine Kittery Family Records & Marriages – Book I, (Picton Press, Camden, Maine – 1991).
15. Edited by Joseph Crook Anderson II & Lois Ware Thurston, C.G., Vital Records of Kittery , Maine Kittery Family Records & Marriages – Book I, (Picton Press, Camden, Maine – 1991), 13.
16. Michael Huft-mhuft@worldnet.att.net.
17. Edited by Joseph Crook Anderson II & Lois Ware Thurston, C.G., Vital Records of Kittery , Maine Kittery Family Records & Marriages – Book I, (Picton Press, Camden, Maine – 1991), 13.
18. Michael Huft – mhuft@worldnet.att.net.
19. Christine Pettit – cpettit@pe.net.
20. the Genealogy of Peter Grant, Berwick, Maine – Leola Grant Bushman, Pg.5, NOTE: difference in marriage date. This source cites date as “8-4-1690 at Dover, N.H.”
21. Christine Pettit – cpettit@pe.net.
22. “The Genealogy of Peter Grant, Berwick, Maine – Leola Grant Bushman”, pg. 6.
23. “The Genealogy of Peter Grant, Berwick, Maine – Leola Grant Bushman”, p. 6.
24. the Genealogy of Peter Grant, Berwick, Maine – Leola Grant Bushman, pg. 6.
25. Michael Huft – mhuft@worldnet.att.net.
26. the Genealogy of Peter Grant, Berwick, Maine – Leola Grant Bushman, pg. 6.
27. Christine Pettit – cpettit@pe.net.
28. the Genealogy of Peter Grant, Berwick, Maine – Leola Grant Bushman, pg. 6.
29. Christine Pettit – cpettit@pe.net.
30. Edited by Joseph Crook Anderson II & Lois Ware Thurston, C.G., Vital Records of Kittery , Maine Kittery Family Records & Marriages – Book I, (Picton Press, Camden, Maine – 1991), 13.
31. Edited by Joseph Crook Anderson II & Lois Ware Thurston, C.G., Vital Records of Kittery , Maine Kittery Family Records & Marriages – Book I, (Picton Press, Camden, Maine – 1991).
32. Leola Grant Bushman “Peter Grant, Scotch Exile…”, maybe FROST.
33. Michael Huft – mhuft@worldnet.att.net.
34. Edited by Joseph Crook Anderson II & Lois Ware Thurston, C.G., Vital Records of Kittery , Maine Kittery Family Records & Marriages – Book I, (Picton Press, Camden, Maine – 1991), 13.
35. Michael Huft – mhuft@worldnet.att.net.
36. Elijah Grant of South Berwick, will 25 May 1822/probate 7 October 1822.
37. Elijah Grant of South Berwick, will 25 May 1822/probate 7 October 1822, “and to the children of my late son Elijah Grant decd, $1 each.”
38. Elijah Grant of South Berwick, will 25 May 1822/probate 7 October 1822.
39. Vital Records of Berwick, South Berwick, & North Berwick, Maine to the Year 1892, Landres Grant was baptised on Sept 11, 1726, possibly born just before.
40. Michael Huft – mhuft@worldnet.att.net.
41. the Genealogy of Peter Grant, Berwick, Maine – Leola Grant Bushman, pg. 13, Some list this name as “Mary” others as “Amy” or “Amey.”
42. NEHGW Register, Vol. 55, pg. 311.
43. Old Kittery and Her Families – Stackpole, pg. 728.
44. the Genealogy of Peter Grant, Berwick, Maine – Leola Grant Bushman, pg. 13.
45. Michael Huft – mhuft@worldnet.att.net.
46. the Genealogy of Peter Grant, Berwick, Maine – Leola Grant Bushman, pg 12.
47. the Genealogy of Peter Grant, Berwick, Maine – Leola Grant Bushman, pg. 12.
48. Old Kittery and Her Families – Stackpole.
49. the Genealogy of Peter Grant, Berwick, Maine – Leola Grant Bushman, pg. 12.
50. the Genealogy of Peter Grant, Berwick, Maine – Leola Grant Bushman, pg.12.
51. DAR.
52. Old Kittery and Her Families – Stackpole, pg. 481.
53. Charles Edward Banks, History of York Maine – York in the Revolution, (Peter E. Randall Publisher, Portsmouth, New Hampshire, 1990), 417.
54. History of York Main, by Charles Edward Banks; Vol. 1, Peter E. Randall Pulisher, Portsmouth, New Hampshire, 1990., pg. 417, Chapter “York in the Revolution.”
55. Joseph Crok Anderson II, CG, Editor, Records of the First and Second Churches of Berwick, Maine, (Pictor Press, Rockport, Maine, 1999).
56. Marcia Grant Ocain – meocain@stic.net 2/15/2004, previously there was only the year of birth – Marcia had the month/date.
57. Joseph Crok Anderson II, CG, Editor, Records of the First and Second Churches of Berwick, Maine, (Pictor Press, Rockport, Maine, 1999), 146.
58. the Genealogy of Peter Grant, Berwick, Maine – Leola Grant Bushman, pg. 12.
59. Old Kittery and Her Families – Stackpole, pg. 473.
60. the Genealogy of Peter Grant, Berwick, Maine – Leola Grant Bushman, pg. 12.
61. the Genealogy of Peter Grant, Berwick, Maine – Leola Grant Bushman, pg. 13.
62. Nathan Lord Genealogy, pg. 42, 53, 45.
63. Old Kittery and Her Families – Stackpole, pg. 591.
64. www.rootsweb.com/~megardin/samuelgrant.gif, all information for Peter Grant, son of Capt. Samuel Grant (b. 1740) from referenced source.
65. Leola Grant Bushman “Peter Grant, Scotch Exile…”, Chapt. VII, pg 74, newspaper from Gardiner ME area is quoted “Samuel Grant married Abby Jones of Berwick 20 Sept. 1766.”
66. “A History of the Family of the Grants, as far back as is known by the Writer, Samuel Grant, Now Nearly 87 years of Age, 1864″.
67. Cheryl Kathryn Grant – meanolcow@aol.com, email dated 3/19/1999.
68. Cheryl Kathryn Grant – meanolcow@aol.com, email 3/31/1999.
69. Cheryl Kathryn Grant – meanolcow@aol.com, email dated 3/29/1999.
70. Samuel Grant – Grant Family History.
71. Headstone – Miles Cemetery, Pomeroy, Meigs Co., OH, “Died June 15, 1820 in the 74th year of his age.”
72. Michael Huft – mhuft@worldnet.att.net.
73. New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 74:251, per Bushman.
74. A History of the Family of the Grants, as Far Back as is Known by the Writer, Samuel Grant, now Nearly 87 Years of Age, 1864., “My mother’s name was Agnes Reed…..My mother had three boys, John, myself, and Landres and died Feb. 7th, 1780. My brother John, died 1784.”
75. Grant Family History – Samuel Grant, “married Sarah Turner Botwood.”
76. Leola Grant Bushman “Peter Grant, Scotch Exile…”, Bushman and other sources have surname as BOLTWOOD.
77. Vital Records of Berwick, South Berwick, & North Berwick, Maine to the Year 1892, 20, “Mr. John Grant & Miss Sarah Turner[marriage reads "Sarah Boltwood"] 13 February 1782, C(opied) 11 March – daughter of ______Boltwood and _____TurnerEd. John E. Frost and Joseph C. Anderson II.
78. Samuel Grant – Grant Family History, Samuel Grant uses both “Botwood” and “Boltwood” – most sources BOLTWOOD.
79. Headstone – Miles Cemetery, Pomeroy, Meigs Co., OH, “In Memory of sarah Grant Consort of John Grant who departed this life March 20, 1825 aged 64 years, 11 months, and 5 days.”
80. Christine Pettit – cpettit@pe.net, Leola Grant Bushman.
81. JOHN GRANT – headstone – Miles Cemetery, Rutland, Meigs Co., OH.
82. History of the Grant Family – Samuel Grant – 1850.
83. Michael Huft – mhuft@worldnet.att.net.
84. Ancestry of the Grant Family – as given by Samuel Grant in 1850, “My brother John died 1784.”(given by Samuel Grant in 1864).
85. Michael Huft – mhuft@worldnet.att.net.
86. Grant Family History – Samuel Grant, “My father then married Sarah Boltwood who had three children. Lydia, who married Joshua C. Pease who died September 1817. She then married Stephen Pease and they lived together twenty five or thirty years and she was left a widow again. She never had any children.”
87. Grant Family History – Samuel Grant.
88. Ebenezer Tuttle Grant -handwritten family history – sent by Toby Hurley 12/1998, “Lydia married Joshua C. Thompson who died 1817. She was married again to Steven Pease who died in 1853.”
89. Michael Huft – mhuft@worldnet.att.net.
90. Christine Pettit – cpettit@pe.net Nov 4, 2000.
91. Bushman, Leola Grant – “Descendants of Peter Brant of Berwick, ME 1:26 m. Mary Grant.
92. Familysearch.org – Batch #8450707, Sheet 31, Ebenezer TUTTLE born 1773 – Berwick, York, Maine Father: Ebenezer Tuttle – Mother : Mary GRANT.
93. Familysearch.org – Batch #8450707.
94. Familysearch.org – Batch #8450707, sheet 31, Reuben TUTTLE Born 8 Sept 1775, Berwick, York, Maine – Father: Ebenezer Tuttle Mother: Mary GRANT.
95. Familysearch.org – Batch #8450707.
96. Familysearch.org – Batch #8450707, Batch #8450707 Sheet 31, Wentworth TUTTLE – born 15 Jan 1777 Berwick, York Maine.
97. Familysearch.org – Batch #8450707.
98. Arline GRANT NONNI_F@msn.com, Arline gives the complete date of Nathaniel’s birth – but she also has a ‘different’ mother – Mary Barrett.
99. Arline GRANT NONNI_F@msn.com.
100. Leola Grant Bushman “Peter Grant, Scotch Exile…”, pg. 75, “He died June 10, 1836 in Gardiner. He married Nancy Barker, dau. of William and Abigail Barker of Liverpool on 9-23-1791.”
101. Cheryl Kathryn Grant – meanolcow@aol.com, email – 3/29/1999.
102. Leola Grant Bushman, Peter Grant Scotch Exile, Kittery and Berwick, Maine, Genealogy, 1:32.
103. Cheryl Kathryn Grant – meanolcow@aol.com, email-3/31/1999.
104. Cheryl Kathryn Grant – meanolcow@aol.com, email – 3/29/1999.
105. NEHGR, 74:249, “July 4, 1779, Ephraim Grant and Abigail Thurrell, both of Berwick.”
106. Early Marriages of Strafford County, New Hampshire 1630-1850, Robert S. Canney, 208.
107. Vital Records of Berwick, South Berwick & North Berwick, Maine – John E. Frost and Joseph C. Anderson II, 16, 122, Ephraim Grant & Abigail Thurrell – intentions 10 April 1779; C granted; Ephraim Grant & Abigail Thurrell both of Berwick – 4 July 1779.
108. Leola Grant Bushman, Peter Grant Scotch Exile, Kittery and Berwick, Maine, genealogy – 1:32.
109. Leola Grant Bushman, Peter Grant Scotch Exile, Kittery and Berwick, Maine, genealogy 1:32.
110. Leola Grant Bushman, Peter Grant Scotch Exile, Kittery and Berwick, Maine, genealogy – 1:32.
111. Meigs County Ohio History Book, pg. 161, “Samuel J. Grant, born September 26, 1777, in Berwick, Maine….”
112. Meigs County Ohio History Book, 161, Samuel J. grant, born September 26, 1777, in Berwick, Maine, died March, 1867, in Pomeroy, Ohio.
113. Maine Genealogical Society, P.O. Box 221, Farmington, ME 04938, Maine Families in 1790 – Vol. 5, (Picton Press, Camden, Maine – 1991), pg. 72.
114. Bangor Historical Magazine, Bangor, ME., Vol. 1, p. 39.
115. Maine Genealogical Society, P.O. Box 221, Farmington, ME 04938, Maine Families in 1790 – Vol. 5, (Picton Press, Camden, Maine – 1991), pgs 69-72, pg. 72 – Hannah Davis – b. 10 May 1785 – cites Leola Grant Bushman.
116. Ebenezer Tuttle Grant -handwritten family history – sent by Toby Hurley 12/1998, Text clearly has mother’s birth as “Pittstown May 10th 1780.”
117. Hannah Grave – Memorial Stone – Pomeroy, Meigs Co., OH, stone rather clearly reads “May 10, 1780″ for a birth date – then “died in _______-” a script engraving which is no longer legible….and the date appears to be “Feb 8, 1820″ – could be a very damaged “1870.”
118. Christine Pettit – cpettit@pe.net, Leola Grant Bushman.
119. Hannah Grant Memorial Stone – Pomeroy, Meigs Co., OH, “Hannah Davis – wife of Saml. Grant- born in____________ May 10, 1780 – Died in __________Ohio Feb 8, 1870″ looks like 1820 – but stone heavily damaged by acid rain. Tom Carment took photo Dec. 1999 – cannot tell on the photo.
120. SAMUEL GRANT – headstone – Hill Cemetery, Middleport, Meigs Co., OH.
121. HANNAH GRANT – headstone – Hill Cemetery, Middleport, Meigs Co., OH.
122. Ancestry of the Grant Family – as given by Samuel Grant in 1850.
123. Ebenezer Tuttle Grant -handwritten family history – sent by Toby Hurley 12/1998, Sally Austin died June 9th, 1842….Sally had 2 boys, and 1 girl. girl dead.”
124. Ancestry of the Grant Family – as given by Samuel Grant in 1850.
125. Ebenezer Tuttle Grant -handwritten family history – sent by Toby Hurley 12/1998.
126. Ancestry of the Grant Family – as given by Samuel Grant in 1850.
127. USC – 1850 -Miegs, Co. Salisbury Township, OH; and Leola Grant Bushman, also living in household was Samuel R. Grant – “idiot.”
128. Ancestry of the Grant Family – as given by Samuel Grant in 1850.
129. Samuel R. Grant – Memorial Stone, Pomery, Meigs Co., OH, Stone very damaged by acid rain and extremely hard to read….Tom Carment took photo Dec. 1999 – looks like July 25, 1869 or 49? Stone has settled and cannot read the “aged.”
130. Samuel R. Grant – memorial stone – Hill Cemetery, Middleport, Meigs Co., OH, I visited the Hill Cemetery in Oct. 2000, from the personal inspection and the photo taken at this time – It is believed that the date of death is July 28th year 1869. The Aged is below the ground line – and could not be cleared to be read. – slc.
131. Grant Family History – Samuel Grant.
132. Michael Huft – mhuft@worldnet.att.net.
133. Meigs Co., OH – Vital Records, Landress Grant m. Theresa Owen Barker – 5 May 1823.
134. “Pioneer History of Meigs, County”, Edgar Erwin, Ed. 1949,, Marriages, Meigs Co. OH, Book 1, pg 28, Grant, Landress m. Thirza Owen Barker – married by Aaron Hatch, M.G. on 5/5/1823.
135. FHL film 0313453, Marriage record lists “Thirza Owen Baker” not THERESA.
136. Michael Huft – mhuft@worldnet.att.net.
137. The Pioneer History of Meigs County, 108-111, “Mrs. Knight died aged 87 years.”
138. Headstone – Chester Cemetery, Chester, Miegs Co., OH, on same head stone as husband John Knight and daughter Rhoda Knight – “AGNES GRANT WIFE OF JOHN KNIGHT BORN JUNE 27, 1786 in Berwick, Maine, DIED Aug. 25, 1876.”
139. Headstone – Chester Cemetery, Chester, Miegs Co., OH.
140. The Pioneer History of Meigs County, pgs. 108-111, “Mr. John Knight…died in Chester in 1875, in his 93d year. Mrs. Knight preceding him a year and died age 87 years”. Pioneer sketch, by G. W. Chase, December 1st, 1882.
141. Headstone – Chester Cemetery, Chester, Miegs Co., OH, “John Knight BORN May 11, 1782 In Waterborough, Conn. DIED Nov. 26, 1874.”
142. Headstone – Chester Cemetery, Chester, Miegs Co., OH.
143. The Pioneer History of Meigs County, pgs. 108 – 111.
144. The Pioneer History of Meigs County, pgs. 108-111.
145. The Pioneer History of Meigs County, pgs. 108 – 111.
146. Headstone – Chester Cemetery, Chester, Miegs Co., OH, on same stone as father John Knight and mother Agnes Grant – “RHODA KNIGHT BORN Sept 20, 1822 DIED Sept. 30, 1905.”
147. The Pioneer History of Meigs County, pgs. 108 – 111.
148. Headstone – Chester Cemetery, Chester, Miegs Co., OH.
149. The Pioneer History of Meigs County, pgs. 108 – 111.
150. “A History of the Family of the Grants, as far back as is known by the Writer, Samuel Grant, Now Nearly 87 years of Age, 1864″, “My brother (half) John Grant married Mahitable Mayhew, daughter of Andrew Mayhew and had three sons and three daughters living. The oldest son married Cinthia McNorton and had a family. John and Henry Grant married but I know little of them. Mary Grant married Elias Hutton and had a family. Sarah Grant, is I herar, married to a man whose name I do not know. Lydia Grant is still single. This is the end of all I know of my brother John’s family.”
151. Maine Families in 1790 – Vol. 3, pg 184.
152. The Pioneer History of Meigs County, pgs. 108 – 111.
153. The Peter Grant Family, prepared Jan. 15, 1943, by Eric P. White, pg. 7, note this source gives last name as LENNAN.
154. Meigs Co. Ohio History – Meigs Co. Pioneer & Historical Society, Inc. – 1979, pgs. 109-111.
155. The Pioneer History of Meigs County, pgs. 108 – 111.
156. USC – OH – 1850, taken 14th day of December 1850 – ‘Sarah C. age 24 f born OH’.
157. USC – OH – 1850.
158. The Pioneer History of Meigs County, pgs. 108 -111.
159. The Pioneer History of Meigs County, pgs. 108 – 111.
160. The Peter Grant Family, prepared Jan. 15, 1943, by Eric P. White, pg. 7, According to Della Grant Stritch, Lydia was a daughter of John and lived with Calvin Grant.
161. USC – OH – 1850, taken 14th Dec. 1850 – Dist 17 Rutland Township – Meigs Co. “Lydia age 22 f – b. OH.”
162. USC – OH – 1850, 14th Dec, 1850 – Rutland township, Meigs Co. – under John Grant – Lydia age 22 f – b. OH.”
163. The Pioneer History of Meigs County, pgs. 108 – 111, “Franklin Grant, when a small boy, was drowned in Leading Creek.”
164. The Peter Grant Family, prepared Jan. 15, 1943, by Eric P. White, pg. 7.
165. The Pioneer History of Meigs County, pg. 108 – 111, “Andrew Grant, another child, was choked to death by a grain of corn falling into his throat or windpipe.”
166. The Peter Grant Family, prepared Jan. 15, 1943, by Eric P. White, pg. 7.
167. The Pioneer History of Meigs County, pgs. 108 – 111.
168. USC – OH – 1850, 14th Dec 1850 – Rutland Township – Meig Co. OH – under John/Metehitable – Henry age 18 m – born OH – farming.”
169. The Pioneer History of Meigs County, pgs. 108 – 111.
170. Carol Grant Sanderson – SEASAND@prodigy.net.
171. Arline GRANT NONNI_F@msn.com.
172. Arline GRANT NONNI_F@msn.com[2/5/2004].
173. Arline GRANT NONNI_F@msn.com.
174. Leola Grant Bushman “Peter Grant, Scotch Exile…”, pg, 75.
175. Leola Grant Bushman “Peter Grant, Scotch Exile…”, Chapter VIII, pg. 75.
176. Leola Grant Bushman “Peter Grant, Scotch Exile…”, Chapter VIII, pg. 75, “His wife, Elizabeth Frances Vaughan was born in England, and died June 12, 1855.”
177. Leola Grant Bushman, Peter Grant Scotch Exile, Kittery and Berwick, Maine, genealogy – 1:32.
178. Cheryl Kathryn Grant – meanolcow@aol.com, email- 3/29/1999.
179. Leola Grant Bushman, Peter Grant Scotch Exile, Kittery and Berwick, Maine, genealogy 1:32.
180. Cheryl Kathryn Grant – meanolcow@aol.com, email – 3/31/1999.
181. Cheryl Kathryn Grant – meanolcow@aol.com, email – 3/29/1999.
182. Cheryl Kathryn Grant – meanolcow@aol.com, email- 3/31/1999.
183. Ancestry of the Grant Family – as given by Samuel Grant in 1850.
184. Leola Grant Bushman “Peter Grant, Scotch Exile…”; on USC – 1850 – Meigs. Co. OH – lists name as “Esther”.
185. Meigs County Genealogy Database Project – Brad Frecker baf@widomaker.com 11/2003.
186. Wes Cochran, Meigs County Marriages 1819-1913.
187. USC – 1850 -Miegs, Co. Salisbury Township, OH; and Leola Grant Bushman.
188. The Peter Grant Family, prepared Jan. 15, 1943, by Eric P. White, pg. 10.
189. USC – 1850 -Miegs, Co. Salisbury Township, OH; and Leola Grant Bushman.
190. Ancestry of the Grant Family – as given by Samuel Grant in 1850.
191. Royal Clark Grant – obit. as printed in The Meigs County Republican, Jan 18, 1893, “Another Old Citizen Gone – Royal Clark Grant died at the home of William Harris on lower Third street, January, 12th [1893] …”
192. 1880 Federal Census – Meigs Co., OH, “Royal GRANT self- male – widowed – 74 years born ME Occupation Machinest – father born ME – mother born ME – daughter Augusta GRANT keeping house’ for him.
193. Ancestry of the Grant Family – as given by Samuel Grant in 1850.
194. Michael Huft – mhuft@worldnet.att.net.
195. Leola Grant Bushman “Peter Grant, Scotch Exile…”; on USC – 1850 – Meigs. Co. OH – lists name as “Esther”.
196. NSDAR – Vol. 65, Mrs. Helen Augusta Davis Feiger, “Granddaughter of Royal Grant and Lavinia Fuller, his wife.”
197. RootsWeb – Douglas L. McGilvra mcgilvra@mindspring.com.
198. USC – 1850 -Miegs, Co. Salisbury Township, OH; and Leola Grant Bushman, lists as “Esther – age 37 female, born Ohio.”
199. Eric White – ebwhite@planetkc.com [son-in-law of John Emmerson Grant] – 12/11/2000.
200. USC – 1850 -Miegs, Co. Salisbury Township, OH; and Leola Grant Bushman, p. 218.
201. USC – 1850 -Miegs, Co. Salisbury Township, OH; and Leola Grant Bushman, p 218.
202. USC – 1850 -Miegs, Co. Salisbury Township, OH; and Leola Grant Bushman, p. 218.
203. Eric White – ebwhite@planetkc.com [son-in-law of John Emmerson Grant] – 12/11/2000.
204. 1880 Federal Census – Meigs Co., OH, “Augusta Grant – daughter [of Royal Grant] age 34, born OH – keeping house.”
205. USC – Ohio – 1870; 1880: Age 24; 34 repectively.
206. Ancestry of the Grant Family – as given by Samuel Grant in 1850.
207. Barton Co. Missouri Cemeteries Vol III c 1984 – Joan Kunkel of Carthage, MO, p 74 – Lake Cemetery, Elder E.T. b. in Ohio Sep 27, 1807 – Dec 11, 1891 [Was born in Maine]ssw (same stone with)Sarah P. Apr 17, 1810 – May 2, 1883 wife of Eld. E. T.
208. Headstone – Lake Cemetery, Lamar, Barton Co., MO, “Eld. E. T. GRANT BORN SEPT. 27, 1807, died DEC. 11, 1891″ on Northwest side of stone; on Southeast side of stone ” SARAH P. Wife of ELD. E.T. GRANT BORN April 17, 1810 died May 2, 1883.”
209. Book- Lake Cemetery – Lamar, Burton Co., MO – Burial List to May 4, 1999, “E. T. Grant, Sec. D, Lot 2, #513, age 84, Died Dec 11, 1891, buried Dec 13, 1891, cause of death – “lungs”.”
210. Lake Cemetery Records, card-index file kept at the Barton County Historical Society, Basement, Courthouse, Lamar, MO. (slc-6/2000), “GRANT, E.T. No. 513, Lot 2, Sec. D – age 84 yrs, 3 months; born – Ohio; died – Dec 11, 1891 – buried Dec. 13, 1891; cause of death – Lungs – Permit (to bury) obtained by E. C. Grant. Died at Parsons, Kansas.”
211. Film 0313453 – Meigs Co Marriages Record Vol 1, 1819 -, “I do hereby certify that Ebenezer T. Grant of Chester Township and Sally P. Jones of Salisbury was legally joined in marriage on the 26th day of May A.D. 1831. Given under my hand and seal this 27th day of July 1831 (signed John Smith, J. P. I certify the foregoing to be a true copy July 27th 1831 (signed) M. Bosworth, Clerk.”
212. Lake Cemetery Records, card-index file kept at the Barton County Historical Society, Basement, Courthouse, Lamar, MO. (slc-6/2000), “Lot 2 – Sec. D. GRANT, SARAH P. – Age – 73 yrs. Born – Ohio – Lived in Lamar – Died – May 2, 1883 – buried May 3, 1883 – Permit [to bury] obtained by E. C. Grant.”
213. Headstone – Lake Cemetery, Lamar, Barton Co., MO, “SARAH P. Wife of ELD. E.T. GRANT BORN April 17, 1810 died May 2, 1883.”
214. Book- Lake Cemetery – Lamar, Burton Co., MO – Burial List to May 4, 1999, Sarah P. Grant, Sec. D., Lot 2, #0, age 73; died May 2, 1883, buried May 3, 1883; no cause of death listed.”
215. Ancestry of the Grant Family – as given by Samuel Grant in 1850.
216. HARVEY B. GRANT – headstone – Busch Cemetery, Winona Co., MN.
217. HARVEY B. GRANT – headstone – Busch Cemetery, Winona Co., MN, “Harvey B. Grant died 03 – 02 – 1865 aged 19 y 5 mo 22days – Son of Eld. E. T. & S. P. Grant” – birth date calculated from age at death.
218. HARVEY B. GRANT – headstone – Busch Cemetery, Winona Co., MN.
219. Ancestry of the Grant Family – as given by Samuel Grant in 1850.
220. Ebenezer Tuttle Grant -handwritten family history – sent by Toby Hurley 12/1998, “Lydia Robinson died June 20th, 1839….Lydia had 5 children, 4 girls, 1 boy; 3 girls dead.”
221. Leola Grant Bushman “Peter Grant, Scotch Exile…”, genealogy, 1:67.
222. History of the Grant Family – Samuel Grant – 1850, John T. Grant, born March 10, 1811 in Maine.
223. Ancestry of the Grant Family – as given by Samuel Grant in 1850.
224. John Grant – memorial stone – Pomeroy, Meigs Co., OH, “John Grant Born in Maine March 10th, 1811 – Died April 12th, 1887.”
225. John Grant – memorial stone – Pomeroy, Meigs Co., OH.
226. Meigs Co. [Ohio] Pioneer Families, GRANT, Samuel J.
227. USC – 1850 -Miegs, Co. Salisbury Township, OH; and Leola Grant Bushman, pg 178 (USC), under John Grant, age 38, Miller, born Maine Mary age 33, born OhioBUSHMAN: John Grant married Mary Roup Genealogy, 1:67.
228. John Grant and Mary G. wife of, John Grant memorial Stone – Hill Cemetery, Middleton, Meigs Co., OH, birth year calculated from age listed at death – “63 yrs”.
229. John Grant and Mary G. wife of, John Grant memorial Stone – Hill Cemetery, Middleton, Meigs Co., OH, “Mary G. wife of John Grant – Died Aug. 6, 1879 – Aged 63 Yrs.”
230. JOHN GRANT – [Mary R his wife] Memorial Stone – Hill Cemetery, Middleport, Meigs Co., OH, “John Grant Born in Maine March 10th , 1811 Died April 12th, 1887″ – Monument identical to one for parents which stands to the right of this stone.
231. JOHN GRANT – [Mary R his wife] Memorial Stone – Hill Cemetery, Middleport, Meigs Co., OH.
232. USC – 1850 -Miegs, Co. Salisbury Township, OH.
233. USC – 1850 -Miegs, Co. Salisbury Township, OH, pg – 178, “Franklin, age 10, male, b. Ohio.”
234. Sarah E. “wife of Franklin Grant” stone in Grant Lot, Pomeroy, Miegs Co., OH.
235. Sarah E. Grant’s memorial stone – found in Grant plot in Hill Cemetery, Middleport, Meigs Co., OH, “Sarah E. – wife of Franklin Grant died ——” rest of stone is under the ground line – and cannot be read. I tried to clear some of the dirt off the bottom of the stone – to no avail – Oct. 2000 – slc.
236. SARAH E. GRANT – Headstone – Hill Cemetery, Middleport, Meigs Co., OH, “Sarah E. – wife of Franklin Grant died….” rest of stone is under the ground line – and cannot be read. I tried to clear some of the dirt off the bottom of the stone – to no avail – Oct. 2000 – slc.
237. USC – 1850 -Miegs, Co. Salisbury Township, OH, pg. 178, “Charles, age 8, male, b. Ohio.”
238. Leola Grant Bushman “Peter Grant, Scotch Exile…”, genealogy, 1:68 Bushman lists “Lizzie” as a child of John Grant and Mary Roup Grant and has “Lizzie” as “m. Henry Jetter.”
239. MARY E. GRANT – memorial headstone – Hill Cemetery, Middleport, Meigs Co., OH, “Mary E. Grant wife of H. C. Teeter born July 20, 1844 died July 11, 1899 – at bottom of stone “TETTER” – this stone is located just to the left of John and Mary Grant’s stone in the Grant plot in Hill Cemetery, Middleport, Meigs Co., OH. I believe that this is the person who Bushman refers to as ‘Lizzie” – born in 1844 and married to a “Henry Jetter”. – Oct. 2000, slc.
240. USC – 1850 -Miegs, Co. Salisbury Township, OH, pg. 178, “Elizabeth, age 6, female, b. Ohio.”
241. MARY E. GRANT – memorial headstone – Hill Cemetery, Middleport, Meigs Co., OH.
242. MARY E. GRANT – memorial headstone – Hill Cemetery, Middleport, Meigs Co., OH, “Mary E. Grant wife of H. C. Teeter” – see cross-reference with Bushman misinformation. re Mary Elizabeth “Lizzie” Grant. – Oct. 2000 – slc.
243. MARY E. GRANT – memorial headstone – Hill Cemetery, Middleport, Meigs Co., OH.
244. Ancestry of the Grant Family – as given by Samuel Grant in 1850.
245. Leola Grant Bushman “Peter Grant, Scotch Exile…”, genealogy, 1:68.
246. The Peter Grant Family, prepared Jan. 15, 1943, by Eric P. White, pg. 12, “m. a Mr. Bryson. They had two sons and two daughters.”
247. Leola Grant Bushman “Peter Grant, Scotch Exile…”, genealogy, 1:68.
248. The Peter Grant Family, prepared Jan. 15, 1943, by Eric P. White, pg. 12, “Married, but wife’s name unknown. They had one son and two daughters who live in Baltimore.”
249. Ancestry of the Grant Family – as given by Samuel Grant in 1850.
250. Leola Grant Bushman “Peter Grant, Scotch Exile…”, states last name of Charlotte as Hebbard or Hibbard.
251. NSDAR – Vol. 18, pg. 18 – Mrs. Francie Grant Wagar – DAR 17251.
252. USC – 1850 -Miegs, Co. Salisbury Township, OH; and Leola Grant Bushman, 213, Cyrus Grant, age 33, farmer, born Maine C.S., age 24, born Ohio.
253. DAR – ID #17251- NSDAR VOL. 18, The NSDAR Vol. 18, pg 98, DAR application for Francie Grant Wagar.
254. The Pioneer History of Meigs County, pgs. 108 – 111, “Cyrus Grant married Charlotte Hebard of Athens county.”
255. DAR – ID #17251- NSDAR VOL. 18, pg. 98, “daughter of Cyrus Grant and Charlotte Lyon HIBBARD, his wife” – other sources spell this name ‘Hobart’.
256. USC – 1850 -Miegs, Co. Salisbury Township, OH; and Leola Grant Bushman, p. 213, Emina H. age 2, female, born Ohio.
257. USC – 1850 -Miegs, Co. Salisbury Township, OH; and Leola Grant Bushman, p. 213, taken 15 November 1850, District 98 (Salisbury Tp) Meigs Co., Ohio by R. L. Van Horn, Ass’t Marshall.NOTE: This census shows E. J. Robinson, 18 female and Amanda Robinson, 20, female both born Ohio living in the Cyrus Grant household. Could they be relatives of Phineas Robinson who married Lydia Grant,- daughter of Samuel J. and Hannah D. Grant?
258. Leola Grant Bushman “Peter Grant, Scotch Exile…”, Genealogy, 1:68.
259. The Peter Grant Family, prepared Jan. 15, 1943, by Eric P. White, pg. 12.
260. Leola Grant Bushman “Peter Grant, Scotch Exile…”, Genealogy, 1:68.
261. Leola Grant Bushman “Peter Grant, Scotch Exile…”, genealogy, 1:68.
262. NSDAR – Vol. 18, pg. 98 – Mrs. Francie Grant Wagar, “Daughter of Cyrus Grant and Charlotte Lyon Hibbard, his wife.”
263. NSDAR – Vol. 64, Mrs. Lucy Grant Boggess – DAR 63766, “Daughter of William Hull Grant and Esther Hobart, his wife.”
264. USC – 1850 -Miegs, Co. Salisbury Township, OH; and Leola Grant Bushman, p. 178, This lists William H. Grant’s age as 35 years, b. Ohio and wife, Esther, 32 years, b. Ohio.
265. Ancestry of the Grant Family – as given by Samuel Grant in 1850.
266. William Downing Grant, From Kittery to Kansas – one line of the Grants traced through 350 years, (published for private distribution May, 1979), 71.
267. William Downing Grant, From Kittery to Kansas – one line of the Grants traced through 350 years, (published for private distribution May, 1979), 73.
268. Leola Grant Bushman “Peter Grant, Scotch Exile…”, lists William H. Grant as married ESTHER HOBART; genealogy 1:67.
269. William Downing Grant, From Kittery to Kansas – one line of the Grants traced through 350 years, (published for private distribution May, 1979), 71.
270. USC – 1850 -Miegs, Co. Salisbury Township, OH; and Leola Grant Bushman, p 178, under William H. Grant is Esther, 32 years, female, born Ohio.
271. USC – 1850 -Miegs, Co. Salisbury Township, OH; and Leola Grant Bushman, p. 178.
272. The Pioneer History of Meigs County, pgs. 108 – 111, “Julia was the wife of James Boggess, a prominent citizen of Meigs, and has been County Treasurer.”
273. The Peter Grant Family, prepared Jan. 15, 1943, by Eric P. White, pg. 10, Give the name of Julia Grant’s husband as “a Mr. Bogus.”
274. Leola Grant Bushman “Peter Grant, Scotch Exile…”, refers to a child of William Grant and Esther Hobart as CALLY – Genealogy, 1:67 – would suppose to be the California – “3/12″ age child listed in the 1850 census. This was immediately after the California Gold Rush.
275. USC – 1850 -Miegs, Co. Salisbury Township, OH; and Leola Grant Bushman, p. 178.
276. The Pioneer History of Meigs County, pgs. 108 – 111, “…and passed about in 1906, deeply mourned.”
277. 1880 Federal Census – Meigs Co., OH.
278. Leola Grant Bushman “Peter Grant, Scotch Exile…”, Genealogy a:67.
279. NSDAR – Vol. 64, Mrs. Lucy Grant Boggess, “Born in Middleport, Ohio.”
280. 1880 Federal Census – Meigs Co., OH, “William H. Grant – self – male – married age 60 born )H – occupation Miller. father and mother born ME” – wife Esther H. Grant age 60 born OH – mother and father born OH – keeping house. daughter Lucy Grancy age 22 born OH – father mother born OH.”
281. NSDAR – Vol. 64, Mrs. Lucy Grant Boggess – DAR 63766, Wife of James Boggess. Daughter of William Hull Grant and Esther Hobart, his wife.”
282. The Peter Grant Family, prepared Jan. 15, 1943, by Eric P. White, pg. 10.
283. NSDAR – Vol. 64, Miss Electa M. Grant.
284. Leola Grant Bushman “Peter Grant, Scotch Exile…”, listed as a child of William Grant and Esther Hobart; genealogy 1:67.
285. NSDAR – Vol. 64, Miss Electa M. Grant, “Born in Middleport, Ohio.”
286. Leola Grant Bushman “Peter Grant, Scotch Exile…”, Genealogy, 1:59.
287. USC – 1860 -Township 105, Range 6, Winona, MN, Calvin Grant age 35, male, farmer, real estate worth $1000, personal $150, b. OhioRebecca age 33, f, b. Ohio; Lander 13 m, b. Ohio; John 7 m, b. Ohio; Meigler 5 m, born Iowa, Jennett 3, f, b. Minn.
288. The Peter Grant Family, prepared Jan. 15, 1943, by Eric P. White, pg. 16, “He was a ship carpenter by trade. Had no full brothers or sisters, his parents dying when he was a lad. John, Gideon, and Sarah Barker were his step-brothers and step-sister. He married Rebecca FOOS. She was born May 5, 1827 and died July 1, 1893 at the age of 66 years. She came from Pennsylvania according to family tradition. According to her daughter Della, she had two sisters and one brother, the latter named John. Calvin and his wife, with their two elder sons, Landers, and John, moved from Middleport to Pleasant Hill Township, Winona County, Minnesota in 1854. Calvin lived in the latter location on a farm at the head of Pine Creek Valley for many years. In their trip from Ohio, they stopped the first winter in Iowa, either with a friend named Raymond or with Calvin’s Uncle John Grant. The latter lived in Ottumwa, Iowa. Their son Melzar was born that winter. Calvin died on November 2, 1892, age 60 years. Both he and his wife are buried in the Bush Cemetery, Pleasant Hill, Winona County, Minnesota. They had seven sons and four daughters.
289. Christine Pettit – cpettit@pe.net, “Calvin died from an injury sustained as the result of a runaway team at La Crescent, Minn.”
290. Leola Grant Bushman “Peter Grant, Scotch Exile…”, genealogy, 1:69.
291. USC – OH – 1850.
292. Leola Grant Bushman “Peter Grant, Scotch Exile…”, genealogy, 1:69 – “d. infant.”
293. USC – OH – 1850 – Meigs Co., Salisbury, District No. 98, “dwelling 936/family 958 – Calvin Grant age 25 – Carpenter b. Ohio, wife Rebe3cca age 22, Landress 3M and Hannah age 2 F.”
294. The Peter Grant Family, prepared Jan. 15, 1943, by Eric P. White, pg. 17.
295. USC – 1860 -Township 105, Range 6, Winona, MN, re census as taken on 15 June 1860.
296. The Peter Grant Family, prepared Jan. 15, 1943, by Eric P. White, pg. 17.
297. USC – 1860 -Township 105, Range 6, Winona, MN.
298. The Peter Grant Family, prepared Jan. 15, 1943, by Eric P. White, pg. 17, b. December 8, 1853 at Greeley, Delaware County, Iowa. Melzar never married. Died at Reed Point, Montana on Novemeber 5 or 6, 1918. Buried in the Reed Point Cemetery, Montana.
299. USC-1870-Pleasant Hill, Winona Co., MN.
300. The Peter Grant Family, prepared Jan. 15, 1943, by Eric P. White, pg. 17.
301. The Pioneer History of Meigs County, pgs. 108 – 111.
302. Susam L. Smith -kensuz@lds.net, dates sent via email 1/6/1999.
303. Susan L. Smith -kensuz@lds.net, pg 31 of history of Peter Grant Family.
304. Susan L. Smith -kensuz@lds.net, pg. 31.
305. Susan L. Smith — 5126 So 8th Street, Tacoma, WA 98465-2502.
306. Susam L. Smith -kensuz@lds.net, pg. 31.
307. Susan L. Smith — 5126 So 8th Street, Tacoma, WA 98465-2502, pg 31.
308. Susam L. Smith -kensuz@lds.net, pg. 31.
309. Susam L. Smith -kensuz@lds.net, pg 31 of Peter Grant History.
310. Susan L. Smith — 5126 So 8th Street, Tacoma, WA 98465-2502, pg. 31.
311. Ruth Samaria Fryett Hardy – Grand Aunt of Susan L. Smith, pg. 32.
312. Ruth Samaria Fryett Hardy – Grand Aunt of Susan L. Smith.
313. Ruth Samaria Fryett Hardy – Grand Aunt of Susan L. Smith, pg. 32.
314. Ruth Samaria Fryett Hardy – Grand Aunt of Susan L. Smith.
315. Ruth Samaria Fryett Hardy – Grand Aunt of Susan L. Smith, pg 32.
316. Ruth Samaria Fryett Hardy – Grand Aunt of Susan L. Smith.
317. Ruth Samaria Fryett Hardy – Grand Aunt of Susan L. Smith, pg. 32 of Peter Grant Family sent by Susan Smith.
318. The Pioneer History of Meigs County, pg. 108 – 111.
319. The Peter Grant Family, prepared Jan. 15, 1943, by Eric P. White, pg. 8.
320. Carol Grant Sanderson – SEASAND@prodigy.net.
321. Arline GRANT NONNI_F@msn.com.
322. Leola Grant Bushman “Peter Grant, Scotch Exile…”, Chapter VIII, pg. 76.
323. Leola Grant Bushman “Peter Grant, Scotch Exile…”, Capter VIII, pg. 75.
324. Cheryl Kathryn Grant – meanolcow@aol.com, email – 3/31/1999.
325. Cheryl Kathryn Grant – meanolcow@aol.com, email – 3/29/1999.
326. Cheryl Kathryn Grant – meanolcow@aol.com, email – 3/31/1999.
327. Cheryl Kathryn Grant – meanolcow@aol.com, FAX – 4/1/1999.
328. Cheryl Kathryn Grant – meanolcow@aol.com, 4/1/1999.
329. USC – 1850 -Miegs, Co. Salisbury Township, OH; and Leola Grant Bushman, 218.
330. Eric White – ebwhite@planetkc.com [son-in-law of John Emmerson Grant] – 12/11/2000.
331. Birth year figured from age at father’s death.
332. Eric White – ebwhite@planetkc.com [son-in-law of John Emmerson Grant] – 12/11/2000.
333. Birth year figured from age at father’s death.
334. Eric White – ebwhite@planetkc.com [son-in-law of John Emmerson Grant] – 12/11/2000.
335. The Peter Grant Family, prepared Jan. 15, 1943, by Eric P. White, Pg. 10.
336. The Peter Grant Family, prepared Jan. 15, 1943, by Eric P. White, pg. 13, “Lived only one year.”
337. The Peter Grant Family, prepared Jan. 15, 1943, by Eric P. White, pg. 13, ‘Married J. C. McKinley, first cousin of President McKinley. He was a States Attorney at Unionville, Mo., Governor of Missouri and Senator from Missouri. She died and is buried in Unionville, Mo. He died about 1927. No record of children.
338. The Peter Grant Family, prepared Jan. 15, 1943, by Eric P. White, pg. 13.
339. The Peter Grant Family, prepared Jan. 15, 1943, by Eric P. White, pg. 10, “died at age of two years.”
340. The Peter Grant Family, prepared Jan. 15, 1943, by Eric P. White, pg 13.
341. Meigs Co. [Ohio] Pioneer Families.
342. Meigs Co. [Ohio] Pioneer Families, GRANT, Edmund Sehon.
343. Meigs Co. [Ohio] Pioneer Families.
344. 1880 Federal Census – Meigs Co., OH.
345. Meigs Co. [Ohio] Pioneer Families.
346. 1880 Federal Census – Meigs Co., OH, “Ed. S. Grant -son age 5 born Ohio.”
347. Meigs Co. [Ohio] Pioneer Families.
348. 1880 Federal Census – Meigs Co., OH, “Harry G. Grant, son – age 2 born Ohio.”
349. Meigs Co. [Ohio] Pioneer Families.
350. NSDAR – Vol. 65, Mrs. Helen Augusta Davis Feiger – DAR No. 64390, “Daughter of Edward Davis and Evaline Withee Grant, his wife.”
351. Michael Huft – mhuft@worldnet.att.net.
352. Leola Grant Bushman “Peter Grant, Scotch Exile…”, Genealogy, 1:67, 112.
353. 1880 Federal Census – Meigs Co., OH, “Edward DAVIS – self – married – born in England age 38 occupation Druggest – father/mother born in ENG.”
354. 1880 Federal Census – Meigs Co., OH.
355. 1880 Federal Census – Meigs Co., OH, enumerated under father Edward DAVIS ‘ “Mary DAVIS – daughter age 11 born Ohio – at school. Father born ENG – mother born OH.”
356. Michael Huft – mhuft@worldnet.att.net.
357. NSDAR – Vol. 64, Mrs. Helen Augusta Davis Feiger – DAR 64390, “Born in Middleport, Ohio.”
358. 1880 Federal Census – Meigs Co., OH, under Edward DAVIS household Helen Davis, daughter – at school – age 9.”
359. NSDAR – Vol. 64, Mrs. Helen Augusta Davis Feiger, “Born in Middleport, Ohio.”
360. Michael Huft – mhuft@worldnet.att.net.
361. 1880 Federal Census – Meigs Co., OH, under fathers enumeration “Edward DAVIS – son ROYAL DAVIS age 7 at school.”
362. Michael Huft – mhuft@worldnet.att.net.
363. 1880 Federal Census – Meigs Co., OH, ‘Under father’s enumeration – Edward DAVIS – son Fred DAVIS age 3.”
364. Michael Huft – mhuft@worldnet.att.net.
365. Leola Grant Bushman “Peter Grant, Scotch Exile…”, Genealogy, 1:111.
366. Michael Huft-mhuft@worldnet.att.net.
367. Eric White – ebwhite@planetkc.com [son-in-law of John Emmerson Grant] – 12/11/2000.
368. Leola Grant Bushman “Peter Grant, Scotch Exile…”, Genealogy, 1:111.
369. Eric White – ebwhite@planetkc.com [son-in-law of John Emmerson Grant] – 12/11/2000.
370. Leola Grant Bushman “Peter Grant, Scotch Exile…”, Genealogy, 1:111.
371. Eric White – ebwhite@planetkc.com [son-in-law of John Emmerson Grant] – 12/11/2000.
372. Leola Grant Bushman “Peter Grant, Scotch Exile…”, Genealogy, 1.111.
373. Eric White – ebwhite@planetkc.com [son-in-law of John Emmerson Grant] – 12/11/2000.
374. The Peter Grant Family, prepared Jan. 15, 1943, by Eric P. White, pg. 13, m. a Mr. Berkmeyer of St. Louis, Mo. Address 1935, 1 Hortus Court, St. Louis, Mo.
375. Ancestry of the Grant Family – as given by Samuel Grant in 1850.
376. USC – 1850 -Miegs, Co. Salisbury Township, OH; and Leola Grant Bushman.
377. Barton Co. Missouri Cemeteries Vol III c 1984 – Joan Kunkel of Carthage, MO, pg. 74 – Lake Cemetery, “Grant, M.W. (Mitchell Warren) b. in Ohio d. Mar 7, 1899 66y 6m 12 d.
378. Lake Cemetery Records, card-index file kept at the Barton County Historical Society, Basement, Courthouse, Lamar, MO. (slc-6/2000), “No. 792, Lot 2, Sec. D – GRANT, M.W. – age – 66 yrs, 6 months, 12 days – born Ohio – died – March 7, 1899, buried – March 9, 1899 – cause of death – Stomach. Permit [to bury] obtained by F. Cushman. Died at Joplin, MO.”
379. Barton Co. Missouri Cemeteries Vol III c 1984 – Joan Kunkel of Carthage, MO, p. 74 – Lake Cemetery, “Grant, M. W. b. in Ohio d. mar 7, 1899 66 y 6 m 12 d .”
380. Headstone – Lake Cemetery, Lamar, Barton Co., MO, “M. W. GRANT Died Mar 7, 1899.”
381. Book- Lake Cemetery – Lamar, Burton Co., MO – Burial List to May 4, 1999, M. W. Grant, Sec. D, Lot 2, #792; age 66, died Mar 7, 1899, buried Mar 9, 1899, cause of death – stomach.”
382. Toby Hurley – tjhurley@worldnet.att.net.
383. Toby Hurley-tjhurley@worldnet.att.net.
384. Ancestry of the Grant Family – as given by Samuel Grant in 1850.
385. Benson Jones Grant – Family Bible, Bible gives year of birth as 1834 – 1831 is what is engraved on the headstone. Hope to get the headstone changed. Census records also agree with the 1834 date.
386. Newspaper obit., Galena Weekly Republican, Galena, Cherokee County, Kansas, Friday, November 26, 1915..
387. Grant Family Bible – in the care of Aunt Lois – Aunt to Kay Kalar.
388. Galena Newspaper, Nov. 1915.
389. Galena Newspaper, Nov. 1915, from Galena Library microfilm of newspaper, Furnished by Sid Grant.
390. Headstone – Galena Cemetery, Galena, Cherokee Co., KS.
391. Newspaper obit., Galena Weekly Republican, Galena, Cherokee County, Kansas, Friday, November 26, 1915., page two, GALENA PIONEER RESIDENT SUCCUMBED FRIDAY – Benson Jones Grant, passed away at 9:25 a.m. Friday morning at the home of his son, George W. Grant, 1616 S. Main Street.Funeral services were held Sunday afternoon at the first Christian church. The Rev. R. S. Robertson officiating. Burial was in the Galena cemetery.Mr. Grant is survived by his wife and three sons, Charles F. Grant of Tulsa, Okla., George W. Grant with whom he has been making his home for the past few years, and Alva Grant of Joplin, Mo..
392. State Board of Health – State of Kansas #112015, DOB: Jan 28, 1834, age 81 years, 10 months; occupation Engineer. Name of Father: E. T. Grant – born Maine; Mother Sarah Jones – born Ohio Cause of Death: Stenosis of Aesophagus – possibly Cancerous; contributing cause General Aneamia. Place of Burial: Galena, nov 21, 1915 – undertaker: P. M. Clerk – Galena.
393. Record of Deaths, City of Galena, Co. of Cherokee, State of Kansas 1911- 1964, Bk 1, year 1915, “Death # 82, City of Galena, BENSON JONES GRANT, male, white, age 81 years, Date of Death: 19 November 1915, place of death – Galena, Cause of death Stenasis crophoagus; born Ohio, married. Physician in attendance H. A Browne, permit #761, Undertaker, P. M . Clark.
394. G. W. Grant Bible – in the care of Kay Kalar, Del Ray CA (as of 3/8/199), “B. J. Grant – Father of Geo. Grant – born 1831 – Died 1915 – 84 years old, Buried in Galena Kansas.”
395. Benson Jones Grant Bible in possess of Lois Grant Clayton [Aunt to Kay Kalar] in California 3/4/1999, “Benson J. Grant Departed this life November 19th, 1915 at Galena, Kansas.”
396. Benson Jones Grant – Family Bible.
397. Whitlock Family Association – Peter Whitlock – whitlock@valleynet.bc.ca – 6/23/2001.
398. Meigs Co., OH – USA – 1850 Census – District of Columbia Tp. 26 Nov 1850.
399. from John Grant, grandson C. Frank Grant, via Linda Kay LaClaire.
400. REBECCA M. GRANT – Headstone – Busch Cemetery, Winona Co., MN, birth date calculated from age at death “Rebecca M. Grant died 08 – 15-1869 aged 28 y 9 mo 28 d Wife of B. J. Grant” 8/15/1869 was a Sunday – she was born on Sunday Oct 18, 1840.
401. United States Census-1870-Winona Co. Minn., Under deaths during past year ending June 1870: Grant, Rebecca, age 27, white female, born Ohio, died in Aug (1869) from dropsy – New Hartford, Winona Co. Minn.
402. Grant Family Bible – in the care of Aunt Lois Grant Clayton – Aunt to Kay Kalar, “Rebecca M. Grant died August 15, 1869.”
403. Benson Jones Grant Bible in possess of Lois Grant Clayton [Aunt to Kay Kalar] in California 3/4/1999, “Rebecca M. Grant died August 15th 1869.”
404. ‘The Histroy of Ottawa County’ – Velma Nieberding – 1983, pg. 442, “Annie E. Van Ordstrand step-mother of George Whitlock Grant.”
405. by the time the census was taken in 1870, Benson’s wife was listed as Annie E. and there was a listing of Rebecca M. Grant’s death in Aug. of 1869..
406. Headstone – Galena Cemetery, Galena, Cherokee Co., KS.
407. 1880 United States Census – Joplin, Jasper Co, MO, “Audie” sic [Annie] E. Grant – wife F M W age 38 born OH.
408. Grant Family Bible – in the care of Aunt Lois – Aunt to Kay Kalar, “Annie E. Grant Died Jan 6, 1926 Miami, Okla.”
409. Ottawa County History – under G. W. Grant biography, pg 422/423.
410. State of Kansas – Standard Certificate of Death #112015 for BENSON JONES GRANT, Date of birth Jn 28, 1834 – date of death Nov 19, 1915 – date of Buriel Nov 21, 1915.
411. REBECCA M. GRANT – Headstone – Busch Cemetery, Winona Co., MN.
412. John Grant, descendant of C. Frank Grant, brother to B.W. Grant; and 1865 MN state census. Pleasant Hill, Winona Co., MN.
413. Headstone – Galena Cemetery, Galena, Cherokee Co., KS, Headstone gives year of birth as 1865 – and date Dec. 24 – BJG Bible gives date as Dec 29, 1864.”
414. Grant Family Bible – in the care of Aunt Lois – Aunt to Kay Kalar, December 24, 1864 – I will go with the Bible entry.
415. USC – IA – Davis Co., Drakeville Township – 1870, 22nd June, 5, “under Grant, Benson J. – ‘Alba P. – age 5 m. w. born MN – no school attendance.”
416. Grant Family Bible – in the care of Aunt Lois – Aunt to Kay Kalar, “A.F. Grant Died Mar 14, 1928 – in Albuqurque, NM.”
417. Kay – Kaykalar@aol.com.
418. Ancestry of the Grant Family – as given by Samuel Grant in 1850.
419. USC – IA – Davis Co., Drakeville Township – 1870, 22nd June, “Candis J. age 34 F. W keeping house – b. OH.”
420. USC – IA – Davis Co., Drakeville Township – 1870, 22nd June, “dwelling 18/family 18 – Lewis, Allen B. age 41 m. w. – farming real estate 4, 800 – 400 personal property – farming – born Missouri.”
421. Toby Hurley-tjhurley@worldnet.att.net, cited 1857 MN state census.
422. USC – IA – Davis Co., Drakeville Township – 1870, 22nd June.
423. Toby Hurley-tjhurley@worldnet.att.net, 1857 MN state census.
424. USC – IA – Davis Co., Drakeville Township – 1870, 22nd June, “under Liwis, Allen B. – Warren age 15 m. w. works on farm b. MN.”
425. Toby Hurley-tjhurley@worldnet.att.net, cited 1857 MN state census.
426. Early Photo Album – names written down by Toby Hurley – album now lost, email 4/4/1999.
427. Early Photo Album – names written down by Toby Hurley – album now lost, email – 4/4/1999.
428. USC – IA – Davis Co., Drakeville Township – 1870, 22nd June, “Samuel Lew age 13 , m. w. ‘works on farm’ – born MN’.
429. USC – IA – Davis Co., Drakeville Township – 1870, 22nd June.
430. USC – IA – Davis Co., Drakeville Township – 1870, 22nd June, “under Allen B. Lewis/Candis J. – Charles age 11 m w works on farm – b. MN.”
431. USC – IA – Davis Co., Drakeville Township – 1870, 22nd June.
432. Ancestry of the Grant Family – as given by Samuel Grant in 1850.
433. Toby Hurley – tjhurley1@earthlink.net 3/24/2001.
434. Toby Hurley-tjhurley@worldnet.att.net.
435. Toby Hurley – tjhurley1@earthlink.net 3/24/2001.
436. Ancestry of the Grant Family – as given by Samuel Grant in 1850.
437. USC-1860-Winona Co. MN.
438. USC – OH – 1850, “District of Salisbury – County of meigs, enumerated on 30th August 1850 – Oliver Grant age 8 male.”
439. USC-1860-Winona Co., MN, Dwelling 58 – Family 58.
440. The Peter Grant Family, prepared Jan. 15, 1943, by Eric P. White, pg. 10.
441. USC-1860-Winona Co. MN.
442. Ancestry of the Grant Family – as given by Samuel Grant in 1850.
443. Barton Co. Missouri Cemeteries Vol III c 1984 – Joan Kunkel of Carthage, MO, p. 74 – Lake Cemetery, ‘Grant, Ezra C. May 27, 1848 – June 22, 1894 born in Ohio.”
444. Barton Co. Missouri Cemeteries Vol III c 1984 – Joan Kunkel of Carthage, MO, pg. 74 Lake Cemetery, Ezra C. May 27, 1848 – June 22, 1894 born in Ohio.
445. Headstone – Lake Cemetery, Lamar, Barton Co., MO, “EZRA C. GRANT May 27, 1849 June 22, 1894.”
446. Book- Lake Cemetery – Lamar, Burton Co., MO – Burial List to May 4, 1999, “E. C. Grant, Sec. D., Lot 2, #620, Age 46; died 6/22/1894, buried 6/24/1894 – cause of death ‘consumption’ .”
447. Lake Cemetery Records, card-index file kept at the Barton County Historical Society, Basement, Courthouse, Lamar, MO. (slc-6/2000).
448. Lake Cemetery Records, card-index file kept at the Barton County Historical Society, Basement, Courthouse, Lamar, MO. (slc-6/2000), “”GRANT, E.C. – No 620, Lot 2, Sec. D – age – 46 yrs., 26 days; Born – Ohio; Died June 22, 1894; Buried – June 23, 1894 – cause of death – Consumption; Permit [to bury] obtained by J. W. Beaty.”
449. The Peter Grant Family, prepared Jan. 15, 1943, by Eric P. White, page 10, Gives name as “Bell.”
450. Book- Lake Cemetery – Lamar, Burton Co., MO – Burial List to May 4, 1999, “Mrs. Belle Grant.”
451. 1910 US – Census Lamar, Barton Co., MO, “age 57 – B. Il[April 22, 1853] – living alone.”
452. Barton Co. Missouri Cemeteries Vol III c 1984 – Joan Kunkel of Carthage, MO, pg. 74 – Lake Cemetery, “Grant, Isabelle Apr 22, 1853 – Oct 24, 1917 wife of Ezra.”
453. Book- Lake Cemetery – Lamar, Burton Co., MO – Burial List to May 4, 1999, “Grant, Belle Mrs., Sec. D, Lot 2, #1491, age 64 Died Oct 24, 1917, buried Oct 25, 1917, no cause of death given.”
454. Lake Cemetery Records, card-index file kept at the Barton County Historical Society, Basement, Courthouse, Lamar, MO. (slc-6/2000), “No. 1491, Lot 2, Sec. D. GRANT, Belle Mrs. age – 64 years; died – Oct 24, 1917; buried – Oct. 25, 1917, – Died at Nevada, MO.”
455. Humphrey Funeral Records, Lamar, Barton Co., MO [found in the Barton Co. Historical Society Library] slc-6/2000, “#3528 – Mrs. Belle Grant. Place of Death: Nevada MO; Funeral Service – at home; Physician J. W. Hope – Nevada; Cause of Death: Inamition – Date of Death: Oct 24, 1917; Religion: Christian; Age 64; Marital Status: Widow; Interment @ Lake Cemetry Lot #2, Sec. D:.
456. 1917 Register of Funerals (Humphrey Funeral Records) as found at the Barton Co. Historical Library- slc 6/2000, 1917, “No. “X” located between #56 and #57 -Remains of Grant, Belle, Mrs.; Ordered by Roy Grant; Age 64-0-0 – Cause of Death – empty Date of Death Oct 24, Date of Burial Oct 25 – no charge listed for Coffin or Casket, Price, Robe, Suite or Wrapper or Embalming.” All entries designated “X” have no costs listed. Person in charge of the Barton Co. Historical Library suggested that maybe Belle died at the asylum located in Nevada – and that there would be “no charge” to the family as Barton Co. would take care of the costs. This theory would also explain the “Inamition” cause of death found in other records.
457. Lake Cemetery Records, card-index file kept at the Barton County Historical Society, Basement, Courthouse, Lamar, MO. (slc-6/2000).
458. BELLE GRANT – obit.
459. Leola Grant Bushman “Peter Grant, Scotch Exile…”, Genealogy 1:67 – Bushman does not give a “Samuel Grant” under children of John Grant and Mary Roup Grant: She gives children as John, Frank, Charley and Lizzie. Could the Samuel listed in the 1850 census be “John Samuel” or “Samuel John”?
460. USC – 1850 -Miegs, Co. Salisbury Township, OH, pg 178, Samuel, age 12, male.
461. Meigs Co. [Ohio] Pioneer Families, GRANT, Samuel J.
462. SAMUEL J. GRANT – headstone – Hill Cemetery, Middleport, Meigs Co., OH, “Samuel J. Grant died July 28, 1869 Aged…..” stone buried below ground level at this point and further inscription cannot be read. – however calculation shows that he would have just been 31 years +.
463. Meigs Co. [Ohio] Pioneer Families.
464. ElVA MAUD GRANT MARTIN – memorial stone – Hill Cemetery, Middleton, Meigs Co., OH, “ELVA MAUD GRANT MARTIN 1866 – 1942.”
465. ElVA MAUD GRANT MARTIN – memorial stone – Hill Cemetery, Middleton, Meigs Co., OH.
466. Meigs Co. [Ohio] Pioneer Families.
467. ElVA MAUD GRANT MARTIN – memorial stone – Hill Cemetery, Middleton, Meigs Co., OH.
468. Meigs Co. [Ohio] Pioneer Families.
469. William Downing Grant, From Kittery to Kansas – one line of the Grants traced through 350 years, (published for private distribution May, 1979), 77.
470. USC – 1850 -Miegs, Co. Salisbury Township, OH; and Leola Grant Bushman, p. 178.
471. William Downing Grant, From Kittery to Kansas – one line of the Grants traced through 350 years, (published for private distribution May, 1979), 71.
472. William Downing Grant, From Kittery to Kansas – one line of the Grants traced through 350 years, (published for private distribution May, 1979), 77.
473. USC – OH – 1850.
474. USC-1870-Pleasant Hill, Winona Co., MN.
475. The Peter Grant Family, prepared Jan. 15, 1943, by Eric P. White, pg. 17, “Landres Grant b. on March 20, 1847 at Middleport, Ohio. Moved with his father and mother from Ohio to Minnesota when a boy. He married Alvina Mark at La Crosse, Wisconsin on March 19, 1881. She was the daughter of Herman Marg and his wife Henrietta. She died on thir farm near Sparta, Wisconsin on February 29, 1924. He died on January 30, 1918 on their farm near Sparta. Both are buried in the Bush Cemetery , Pleasant Hill, Winona County, Minn. Landers had three sons and two daughter.
476. The Peter Grant Family, prepared Jan. 15, 1943, by Eric P. White, pg. 17.
477. The Peter Grant Family, prepared Jan. 15, 1943, by Eric P. White, pg 20.
478. The Peter Grant Family, prepared Jan. 15, 1943, by Eric P. White, pg. 20.
479. The Peter Grant Family, prepared Jan. 15, 1943, by Eric P. White, pg. 20, doesn’t site year for birth or death – computer wouldn’t accept without and she was born between Earl Granville Grant 1884 and Grace Gladys Grant in 1892…children born about every 4 years.
480. The Peter Grant Family, prepared Jan. 15, 1943, by Eric P. White, pg. 20.
481. USC – 1860 -Township 105, Range 6, Winona, MN.
482. Leola Grant Bushman “Peter Grant, Scotch Exile…”, Genealogy, 1:69. Bushman gives a “Nettie Grant” born between Melzar b. 1853 and Thompson b. 1859. I feel that this must be the Jennett b. 1858 listed in both the 1860 and 1870 census – slc 1/1/1999.
483. The Peter Grant Family, prepared Jan. 15, 1943, by Eric P. White, pg. 17, Date of birth unknown, but married at Pleasant Hill. married (first) a Mr. Buck, (Second) a Mr. Hill and (Third) a Mr. Smith. They had one son and three daughters. She died on January 14, 1932 at San Francisco, Calif. Her ashes were scattered over the Pacific Ocean by airline.
484. The Peter Grant Family, prepared Jan. 15, 1943, by Eric P. White, pg. 20.
485. USC-1870-Pleasant Hill, Winona Co., MN.
486. The Peter Grant Family, prepared Jan. 15, 1943, by Eric P. White, pg. 17, Thompson Grant, b. June 28, 1859 on Wesley’s farm at Ridgeway, Minnesota. m. Lillian Tait on October 1, 1886 at Winona, Minn. She was b. May 22, 1865. He died December 10, 1915. They had six sons and one daughter.
487. The Peter Grant Family, prepared Jan. 15, 1943, by Eric P. White, pg. 17.
488. The Peter Grant Family, prepared Jan. 15, 1943, by Eric P. White, pg. 21, Herbert Ulysses Grant, b. August 28, 1887 at New Hartford, Winona County, Minn. m. Olive Fee of Blanchard Idaho about 1925. Present address, Blanchard, Idaho. He had no children.
489. The Peter Grant Family, prepared Jan. 15, 1943, by Eric P. White, pg. 21.
490. The Peter Grant Family, prepared Jan. 15, 1943, by Eric P. White, pg. 21, Address 312 Knox Ave., Spokane, Wash. He had no children.
491. The Peter Grant Family, prepared Jan. 15, 1943, by Eric P. White, pg. 21.
492. USC-1870-Pleasant Hill, Winona Co., MN.
493. The Peter Grant Family, prepared Jan. 15, 1943, by Eric P. White, pg. 17, This source states the year of birth as 1860, however, he was listed as being 7 years old in the 1770 census.
494. The Peter Grant Family, prepared Jan. 15, 1943, by Eric P. White, pg. 17, Newton Grant b. July 6, 1860, m. Sarah Sadie Wilson at La Crosse, Wisconsin on March 28, 1891. She was born in Winona County, Minn. on June 29,. 18709. He died July 1933 from a fall from a load of hay. He is buried at Wyeville, Wisconsin. They had four sons and two daughters.
495. The Peter Grant Family, prepared Jan. 15, 1943, by Eric P. White, pg. 21.
496. The Peter Grant Family, prepared Jan. 15, 1943, by Eric P. White, pg. 21, unmarried, Address Wyeville, Wis.
497. The Peter Grant Family, prepared Jan. 15, 1943, by Eric P. White, pg. 21, Have one child. Address Wyeville, Wisconsin.
498. The Peter Grant Family, prepared Jan. 15, 1943, by Eric P. White, pg. 21, Recently discharged from U. S. Army as a private. Now railroad employee.
499. The Peter Grant Family, prepared Jan. 15, 1943, by Eric P. White, pg. 18.
500. The Peter Grant Family, prepared Jan. 15, 1943, by Eric P. White, pg. 18, Calvin Grant, b. June 22, 1865 at Pleasant Hill, Minn. m. Myrtle Lucinda Snider on September 5, 1893 at Winona, Minn. She was born on March 5, 1873 in Winona Co. Minn. She died Monday, January 10, 1942, at St. Croix Falls, Minn. and is buried in the Bush Cemetery. They had one son and three daughters. His present address, St. Croix Falls, Minn.
501. The Peter Grant Family, prepared Jan. 15, 1943, by Eric P. White, pg. 22.
502. The Peter Grant Family, prepared Jan. 15, 1943, by Eric P. White, pg 22.
503. The Peter Grant Family, prepared Jan. 15, 1943, by Eric P. White, pg. 22.
504. The Peter Grant Family, prepared Jan. 15, 1943, by Eric P. White, pg. 19, This source states the name as EDWIN.
505. USC-1870-Pleasant Hill, Winona Co., MN, Census taken at Pleasant Hill, Winona Co., MN 1870 lists Calvin Grant 43 (lost 2 years) – Carpenter Rebecca 43, Landers 23, Farm Laborer, John 17, Farm Laborer, Melzar 15, Farm Laborer, Jennett – at home – 13; Thompson 10, F; Newton 7, m; Calvin 5, m; Laura 3, f; and Edgar 1, m. (Jennett down – b. Minn.).
506. The Peter Grant Family, prepared Jan. 15, 1943, by Eric P. White, pg. 19, Edwin Grant, b. in April 1869 at Pleasant Hill, Minn. m. Elizabeth S. McNally at La Crosse, Wisconsin on May 18, 1897. She was b. June 26, 1870 and d. February 11, 1938. He died on May 1, 1927. They had two sons and three daughters. Both are buried in the Bush Cemetery, She on February 14, 1938.
507. The Peter Grant Family, prepared Jan. 15, 1943, by Eric P. White, pg. 19.
508. The Peter Grant Family, prepared Jan. 15, 1943, by Eric P. White, pg. 22.
509. Leola Grant Bushman “Peter Grant, Scotch Exile…”, Genealogy, 1:69.
510. The Peter Grant Family, prepared Jan. 15, 1943, by Eric P. White, pg. 19, Della Grant, b. July 22, 1871 at Pleasant Hill, Minn. m. George Penn Stritch on April 26, 1892. He was b. September 19, 1866, the son of John Arthur Stritch and Lamira Georgia Duncan. Della had three sons and one daughter. She d. September 21, 1937 of creeping paralysis at Reed Point, Montana. She is buried in the Reed Point Cemetery, Montana.
511. The Peter Grant Family, prepared Jan. 15, 1943, by Eric P. White, pg. 19.
512. The Peter Grant Family, prepared Jan. 15, 1943, by Eric P. White, pg 22.
513. The Peter Grant Family, prepared Jan. 15, 1943, by Eric P. White, pg. 22.
514. The Peter Grant Family, prepared Jan. 15, 1943, by Eric P. White, pg. 22, Present address, Reed point, Montana. She had no children.
515. The Peter Grant Family, prepared Jan. 15, 1943, by Eric P. White, pg. 22.
516. The Peter Grant Family, prepared Jan. 15, 1943, by Eric P. White, pg. 23.
517. Racine Tribune, Newspaper, Meigs Co., OH – June 29, 1887.
518. Carol Grant Sanderson – SEASAND@prodigy.net.
519. Arline GRANT NONNI_F@msn.com.
520. Leola Grant Bushman “Peter Grant, Scotch Exile…”, Chapter VIII, pg. 76.
521. Leola Grant Bushman “Peter Grant, Scotch Exile…”, Chapter VIII, pg. 76, “Mrs. Nora Grant Rice born in Washington, D. C. on March 28, 1863, daughter of William S. and Ellan Grant, and was named Nora Ellen Grant. She was born in the home of the Curtis [sic.Custis] family in Washington. She lived in Chicago for a while.” from a newspaper clipping dated June 3, 1937.
522. Armoury and Blue Book, as cited by Leola Grant Bushman.
523. Cheryl Kathryn Grant – meanolcow@aol.com, email – 3/29/1999 & 3/31/1999.
524. Cheryl Kathryn Grant – meanolcow@aol.com, email 3/31/1999.
525. Cheryl Kathryn Grant – meanolcow@aol.com, email – 3/31/1999.
526. Cheryl Kathryn Grant – meanolcow@aol.com, email 3/31/1999.
527. Cheryl Kathryn Grant – meanolcow@aol.com, email – 3/31/1999.
528. Cheryl Kathryn Grant – meanolcow@aol.com, FAX – 4/1/1999.
529. The Peter Grant Family, prepared Jan. 15, 1943, by Eric P. White, pg. 13.
530. Iowa Marriages, 1851 – 1900 – ancestry.com, Samuel G. Hoobler to Carrie A. Grant 20 June 1900 Appanoose Co., IA.”
531. The Peter Grant Family, prepared Jan. 15, 1943, by Eric P. White, pg. 10.
532. The Peter Grant Family, prepared Jan. 15, 1943, by Eric P. White, pg. 15.
533. The Peter Grant Family, prepared Jan. 15, 1943, by Eric P. White, pg. 13, Living in Greenville, S.C. in 1932.
534. The Peter Grant Family, prepared Jan. 15, 1943, by Eric P. White, pg. 15.
535. The Peter Grant Family, prepared Jan. 15, 1943, by Eric P. White, pg. 15, ” m. F. B. Sherry who is employed by the U. S. Patent Office. 1942 address – 4003 Kensington Avenue, Richmond, VA.”
536. The Peter Grant Family, prepared Jan. 15, 1943, by Eric P. White, pg. 15, “unmarried in 1932.”
537. Michael Huft – mhuft@worldnet.att.net.
538. Leola Grant Bushman “Peter Grant, Scotch Exile…”, genealogy, 1.111.
539. Eric White – ebwhite@planetkc.com [son-in-law of John Emmerson Grant] – 12/11/2000.
540. The Peter Grant Family, prepared Jan. 15, 1943, by Eric P. White, pg. 13.
541. Eric White – ebwhite@planetkc.com [son-in-law of John Emmerson Grant] – 12/11/2000.
542. Leola Grant Bushman “Peter Grant, Scotch Exile…”, Genealogy, 1.111.
543. Eric White – ebwhite@planetkc.com [son-in-law of John Emmerson Grant] – 12/11/2000.
544. Benson Jones GRANT – family Portrait – taken in Galena, Cherokee Co., KS – c. 1898-1900 – on porch of residence which looks like 1616 Main., “Sarah Emeline Grant was born December 17th 1851 Houston Co. Minn.”
545. Benson Jones Grant Bible in possess of Lois Grant Clayton [Aunt to Kay Kalar] in California 3/4/1999.
546. USC – IA – Davis Co., Drakeville Township – 1870, 22nd June, 5, “Under Benson J. Grant – name listed as “Emma” age 12 F. W. born MN – attended school within the year.”
547. Winona, MN – USA 1860 Census – Township 105 Range 5 taken 6th day of June 1860, Family #69 – B. J. Grant age 26, farmer born OH – Rebecca M. age 19 born OH – Sarah E. age 2 born MN – Rebecca’s parents; Levi C. WHitlock and Emeline – living two families prior #67 and brother next door – George B. Whitlock #68.
548. USC – 1860 – Winona Co., MN,: also name given by John Grant, descendant of C. Frank Grant, brother to B. W. Grant..
549. Grant Family Bible – in the care of Aunt Lois – Aunt to Kay Kalar, “Emma Grant Turk – Daughter of B. J. Grant and Rebecca M. Departed this life September 19, 1915.”
550. Benson Jones GRANT – family Portrait – taken in Galena, Cherokee Co., KS – c. 1898-1900 – on porch of residence which looks like 1616 Main., Identification was written on the bottom of the photo. “Uncle James T. “Turk” Aunt Emma Turk, wife of James” – full name was Sarah Emeline Grant Turk.
551. Grant Family Bible – in the care of Aunt Lois – Aunt to Kay Kalar, “J.C.F. Grant – birth and death dates.”
552. USC – IA – Davis Co., Drakeville Township – 1870, 22nd June, 2, “under Benson J. Grant – Charles – age 9 M.W. born MN – attended school within the year.”
553. death records from Stanley’s Funeral Home, Tulsa, OK, dated 2/17/1917.
554. Benson Jones Grant Bible in possess of Lois Grant Clayton [Aunt to Kay Kalar] in California 3/4/1999, ” J. C. F. Grant was born July 8th 1860, Winona Co. Minn.”
555. Record of Funeral, Stanley’s Funeral Home, Tulsa, Tulsa Co. OK, Feb. 17, 1917 #235.
556. G. W. Grant Bible – in the care of Kay Kalar, Del Ray CA (as of 3/8/199), “Chas. F. Grant – born 1860 – Winona Co. Minn. – died 1917, buried Tulsa, OK.”
557. Benson Jones Grant Bible in possess of Lois Grant Clayton [Aunt to Kay Kalar] in California 3/4/1999, J. C. F. Grant died Feb. 17th, 1917, at Tulsa, Okla.”
558. Headstone – Galena Cemetery, Galena, Cherokee Co., KS.
559. Cemetery Records – Galena Cemetery, Cherokee Co., KS.
560. Florence Grant Crawford.
561. Florence Grant Crawford, telephone interview 12/9/1998, stated that Mary S. married Charles Fremont Grant when the two boys (Benson Wagner Grant and Charles Frank Grant) were about 11 and 7 years of age. Florence quoted Mary as saying Frank really needed “straightening out” and that she “did it”.
562. John Grant – descendant of C. Frank Grant – brother to Benson Wagner Grant.
563. Florence Grant Crawford, telephone interview 12/9/1998
564. ANNA WAGNER GRANT – headstone – Galena Cemetery, Galena, Cherokee Co., KS.
565. John Grant – descendant of C. Frank Grant – brother to Benson Wagner Grant.
566. Kay – Kaykalar@aol.com, States that her great-grandfather was GEORGE WHITLOCK GRANT – a son of Benson Jones Grant.
567. Benson Jones Grant Bible in possess of Lois Grant Clayton [Aunt to Kay Kalar] in California 3/4/1999, “George W. Grant was born January 1st, 1862 Winona Co., Minn.”
568. Benson Jones Grant Bible in possess of Lois Grant Clayton [Aunt to Kay Kalar] in California 3/4/1999, “Alvah F. Grant was Born Dec. 29, 1864 Winona Co, Minn.”
569. G. W. Grant Bible – in the care of Kay Kalar, Del Ray CA (as of 3/8/199), “George Whitlock Grant, Born January 1, 1862 – Winona Co. Minn.”
570. USC – IA – Davis Co., Drakeville Township – 1870, 22nd June, 5, “under Grant, Benson J. – George, age 8, m. w. – school attendance NOT marked.”
571. Kay – Kaykalar@aol.com, My great grandfather is George Whitlock Grant, b. Winona County, Minn. Dec. 20, 1882. Jasper county Mo. d. Miami Ok 1952. And his father is Benson Jones Grant.
572. Sid Grant -SidGrant@aol.com.
573. State of Oklahoma – Department of Health Certificate of Death, Local Registrar’s File No. 58250 State File No. 0184505.
574. State of Oklahoma – Department of Health Certificate of Death State File #018405, “died at 90 years, 11 months, 28 days – cause of death: Pulmonary edema, Heart Failure, Senility – burial 12/31/1952 G.A.R. Cemetery, Miami, Ottawa Co., OK – Funeral Director: Cooper – Miami.”
575. Kay Kalar.
576. George Whitlock Grant Family Bible – quoted by Sandra Kay Kalar.
577. George Whitlock Grant Family Bible – quoted by Sandra Kay Kalar, “Nannie Ping – Born October 5th 1863 ” (Kentucky).”
578. Grant Family Bible – in the care of Aunt Lois – Aunt to Kay Kalar, “Nannie _ Grant Died Feb 8, 1936 Miami, Okla.”
579. Standard Certificate of Death, Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, Nos. [402] [653] [58-49].
580. Cooper Funeral Home Records, Miami, Ottawa Co., OK, this source lists name as “Mamie Slankard Grant.”
581. State of Kansas – Central Division of Vital Statistics, No G37228 P. J. No. 20099 11 10347.
582. Marriage License – State of Kansas – No. G37228 11 10347 J. P. No. 20099, “YOU ARE HEREBY AUTHORIZED TO JOIN IN MARRIAGE G. W. Grant of Maimi, Oklahoma – Age 76 and Mamie Woolums of Miami, Oklahoma – age 59.”
583. Cooper Funeral Home Records, Miami, Ottawa Co., OK.
584. Sid Grant -SidGrant@aol.com.
585. G. W. Grant Bible – in the care of Kay Kalar, Del Ray CA (as of 3/8/199).
586. Death Records – Galena, Cherokee Co, KS, “?????Grant 11, female, died in Spring Grove, Feb 17, 1898. Father George Grant b. Minn. mother Nana Ping b. KY.” – note wrong age – 9 months.
587. Toby Hurley – tjhurley1@earthlink.net 3/24/2001.
588. Meigs County Ohio History Book, p. 161, 162, “William H. Grant married Esther Hobart and settled in Middleport. He was associated with his brothers, John and Samuel., Jr., in a successful steam flouring mill. William T. Grant, a descendant, founded The Business Men’s Assurance Company of Kansas City, Missouri in 1903. His Son, William D., is currently Chairman of the Board” – submitted by John Grant (published 1979).
589. William Downing Grant, From Kittery to Kansas – one line of the Grants traced through 350 years, (published for private distribution May, 1979), 66.
590. The Peter Grant Family, prepared Jan. 15, 1943, by Eric P. White, pg. 20.
591. The Peter Grant Family, prepared Jan. 15, 1943, by Eric P. White, pg. 20, They have two children, a son and a daughter. Present address, 706 Chesnut St. , Anaconda, Montana.
592. The Peter Grant Family, prepared Jan. 15, 1943, by Eric P. White, pg. 24.
593. The Peter Grant Family, prepared Jan. 15, 1943, by Eric P. White, pg. 21.
594. The Peter Grant Family, prepared Jan. 15, 1943, by Eric P. White, pg. 24.
595. The Peter Grant Family, prepared Jan. 15, 1943, by Eric P. White, pg. 21, He had seven sons and two daughters.
596. The Peter Grant Family, prepared Jan. 15, 1943, by Eric P. White, pg. 21.
597. The Peter Grant Family, prepared Jan. 15, 1943, by Eric P. White, pg. 24.
598. The Peter Grant Family, prepared Jan. 15, 1943, by Eric P. White, pg. 21, He had one daughter.
599. The Peter Grant Family, prepared Jan. 15, 1943, by Eric P. White, pg. 21.
600. The Peter Grant Family, prepared Jan. 15, 1943, by Eric P. White, pg. 21, Alice Grant, b. Nov. 1, 1892 at New Hartford, Minn. m. George Hero on January 14, 1911. He was a railroad employee. She d. Dec 10, 1918 at Burley, Idaho. Buried in Wood Cemetery, Wyeville, Wis. She had one son and three daughters.
601. The Peter Grant Family, prepared Jan. 15, 1943, by Eric P. White, pg. 21.
602. The Peter Grant Family, prepared Jan. 15, 1943, by Eric P. White, pg. 25.
603. The Peter Grant Family, prepared Jan. 15, 1943, by Eric P. White, pg. 21, Susie Grant, b. August 9, 1898 at Richmond, Minn. m. Gustave Edward Degler, farmer, April 25, 1917 at Racline, Wis. They had four daughters and three sons.
604. The Peter Grant Family, prepared Jan. 15, 1943, by Eric P. White, pg. 21.
605. The Peter Grant Family, prepared Jan. 15, 1943, by Eric P. White, pg 21.
606. The Peter Grant Family, prepared Jan. 15, 1943, by Eric P. White, pg. 25.
607. The Peter Grant Family, prepared Jan. 15, 1943, by Eric P. White, pg.25.
608. The Peter Grant Family, prepared Jan. 15, 1943, by Eric P. White, pg. 25.
609. The Peter Grant Family, prepared Jan. 15, 1943, by Eric P. White, pg. 22, She had two sons.
610. The Peter Grant Family, prepared Jan. 15, 1943, by Eric P. White, pg. 22.
611. The Peter Grant Family, prepared Jan. 15, 1943, by Eric P. White, pg. 26.
612. The Peter Grant Family, prepared Jan. 15, 1943, by Eric P. White, pg. 22, She had a son and one daughter. There is also a step-daughter.
613. The Peter Grant Family, prepared Jan. 15, 1943, by Eric P. White, pg. 22.
614. The Peter Grant Family, prepared Jan. 15, 1943, by Eric P. White, pg. 26.
615. The Peter Grant Family, prepared Jan. 15, 1943, by Eric P. White, pg. 22.
616. The Peter Grant Family, prepared Jan. 15, 1943, by Eric P. White, pg. 22, He had two daughters.
617. The Peter Grant Family, prepared Jan. 15, 1943, by Eric P. White, pg. 26.
618. The Peter Grant Family, prepared Jan. 15, 1943, by Eric P. White, pg. 22, She has one son and two daughters. Present address, 516 Center Avenue, Winona, Wis.
619. The Peter Grant Family, prepared Jan. 15, 1943, by Eric P. White, pg. 22.
620. The Peter Grant Family, prepared Jan. 15, 1943, by Eric P. White, pg. 26.
621. The Peter Grant Family, prepared Jan. 15, 1943, by Eric P. White, pg. 23, Present address 214 S. Fourth Street, East, Missoula, Montana. He has one daughter.
622. The Peter Grant Family, prepared Jan. 15, 1943, by Eric P. White, pg. 23.
623. The Peter Grant Family, prepared Jan. 15, 1943, by Eric P. White, pg 26.
624. Carol Grant Sanderson – SEASAND@prodigy.net.
625. Arline GRANT NONNI_F@msn.com.
626. Cheryl Kathryn Grant – meanolcow@aol.com, email – 3/29/1999.
627. Michael Huft – mhuft@worldnet.att.net.
628. Eric White – ebwhite@planetkc.com [son-in-law of John Emmerson Grant] – 12/11/2000.
629. Eric White – ebwhite@planetkc.com [son-in-law of John Grant].
630. Eric White – ebwhite@planetkc.com [son-in-law of John Emmerson Grant] – 12/11/2000.
631. Eric White – ebwhite@planetkc.com [son-in-law of John Grant].
632. Eric White – ebwhite@planetkc.com [son-in-law of John Emmerson Grant] – 12/11/2000.
633. Eric White – ebwhite@planetkc.com [son-in-law of John Grant].
634. Eric White – ebwhite@planetkc.com [son-in-law of John Emmerson Grant] – 12/11/2000.
635. Eric B. White – son-in-law of John E. Grant [email spring 2001].
636. Eric White – ebwhite@planetkc.com [son-in-law of John Emmerson Grant] – 12/11/2000.
637. Robert Zorn – AtmaPhoto@aol.com 4/29/2001.
638. list of Births/Anniv/deaths by B.W. Grant Sr. 12/16/1948, born in Topeka KS.
639. Certificate of Death, State File No. 014820, State Department of Health, Oklahoma.
640. Florence Grant Crawford, It was Thanksgiving week-end in the year 1904.
641. Galena, Cherokee Co., KS – Marriage Records, Marriage License No. 3490, Declaration and marriage License #3490 issued to Benson W. Grant of the County of Harris, State of Texas and Gertrude F. Anderson, of Galena, KS. Benson W. Grant is 22 years of age and Gertrude F. Anderson is 26 years of age; that they are not related to each other in the degrees prohibited by law, to wit: Parent and child, grand-parent and grand-child of any degree, brother and sister of either the one-half or of the whole blood; uncle and niece, aunt and nephew, nor first cousins; and that there exists no legal impediment to said marriage. Sworn before me – Geo. H. Wilson, Probate Judge. To the Probate Judge of Said County: Record of Certificate of Marriage “This is to Certify that on the 24th day of November, 1904, I united Benson W. Grant and Gertrude F. Anderson in marriage, in accordance with the laws of this State, and by authority of License No. 3490 issued by you. Returned and filed Nov. 26th, 1904. Frank W. Otts – Off. Minister, Galena, Kansas.
642. Marriage Records of Galena, Cherokee Co. KS, No. 3490, Declaration, Marriage License – Duplicate and Record of Certificate of Marriage.
643. Death Certificate, State Department of Health, State of Oklahoma, State File No. 789, Registrar’s No. 72253.
644. BENSON WAGNER GRANT’s – headstone – Rose Hill Cemetery, Tulsa, Tulsa Co., OK.
645. GERTRUDE FAY ANDERSON’s headstone – Grant plot – Rose Hill Cemetery, Tulsa, Tulsa Co., OK.
646. Birthday/Anniversary List – B.W. Grant – Revised Dec. 16, 1948.
647. Newspaper obit., “Mr. Grant was a native of Joplin, Mo.”
648. Rose hill Cemetery – Telephone conversation 2/19/1999, Rosehill Cemetery, Grant Plot, Lot #7, Fairview Section, Tulsa, Tulsa Co., OK.
649. Newspaper obit..
650. John Grant – descendant of C. Frank Grant – brother to Benson Wagner Grant.
651. Sid Grant -SidGrant@aol.com.
652. Kay – Kaykalar@aol.com.
653. Sid Grant -SidGrant@aol.com.
654. Kay – Kaykalar@aol.com.
655. G. W. Grant Bible – in the care of Kay Kalar, Del Ray CA (as of 3/8/199), “Jesse Grant and Jessie Humebaugh – June – 1904″ [different year from other source].
656. Oklahoma State board of Health – Bureau of Vital Statistics,, (58-1) (410).
657. Oklahoma State board of Health – Bureau of Vital Statistics,, (58-1) (410).
658. G. W. Grant Bible – in the care of Kay Kalar, Del Ray CA (as of 3/8/199), Mrs. Jessie Grant died Jan 4, 1927 – Buried in Miami, Okla.”
659. G. W. Grant Bible – in the care of Kay Kalar, Del Ray CA (as of 3/8/199), “under ‘Marriages’ – Jesse Grant – Virgie Mills – April 1, 1941.”
660. G. W. Grant Bible – in the care of Kay Kalar, Del Ray CA (as of 3/8/199), “under page heading ‘Marriages’ – Jesse Grant – Virgie Mills – April 1, 1941.”
661. Cooper Funeral Home Records, Miami, Ottawa Co., OK.
662. G. W. Grant Bible – in the care of Kay Kalar, Del Ray CA (as of 3/8/199), “Robin A. Grant born July 21, 1894 – Galena KS.”
663. Velma Nieberding, The History of Ottawa County, (Walsworth Pub. Co., Marceline, MO 64658), 467.
664. G. W. Grant Bible – in the care of Kay Kalar, Del Ray CA (as of 3/8/199).
665. Velma Nieberding, The History of Ottawa County, (Walsworth Pub. Co., Marceline, MO 64658).
666. G. W. Grant Bible – in the care of Kay Kalar, Del Ray CA (as of 3/8/199), Rebah Irene Grant – Daughter – born Dec. 8th, 1899, died – Oct 23, 1935.”
667. Velma Nieberding, The History of Ottawa County, (Walsworth Pub. Co., Marceline, MO 64658), 467.
668. Kay Kalar.
669. Velma Nieberding, The History of Ottawa County, (Walsworth Pub. Co., Marceline, MO 64658).
670. Toby Hurley – 2/15/2004.
671. The Peter Grant Family, prepared Jan. 15, 1943, by Eric P. White, pg. 25, They have two sons and one daughter. Address. Tomah, Wis.
672. The Peter Grant Family, prepared Jan. 15, 1943, by Eric P. White, pg. 25.
673. The Peter Grant Family, prepared Jan. 15, 1943, by Eric P. White, pg.27.
674. The Peter Grant Family, prepared Jan. 15, 1943, by Eric P. White, pg. 27.
675. The Peter Grant Family, prepared Jan. 15, 1943, by Eric P. White, pg. 25, They have two sons. Address Winona, Minn.
676. The Peter Grant Family, prepared Jan. 15, 1943, by Eric P. White, pg. 25.
677. The Peter Grant Family, prepared Jan. 15, 1943, by Eric P. White, pg. 27.
678. The Peter Grant Family, prepared Jan. 15, 1943, by Eric P. White, pg. 25, They have two children.
679. The Peter Grant Family, prepared Jan. 15, 1943, by Eric P. White, pg. 25.
680. The Peter Grant Family, prepared Jan. 15, 1943, by Eric P. White, pg. 27.
681. The Peter Grant Family, prepared Jan. 15, 1943, by Eric P. White, pg. 26.
682. Arline GRANT NONNI_F@msn.com.
683. Cheryl Kathryn Grant – meanolcow@aol.com, email – 3/31/1999.
684. Cheryl Kathryn Grant – meanolcow@aol.com, email 3/31/1999.
685. Cheryl Kathryn Grant – meanolcow@aol.com, email – 3/31/1999.
686. Cheryl Kathryn Grant – meanolcow@aol.com, email – 3/29/1999.
687. Cheryl Kathryn Grant – meanolcow@aol.com, 3/31/1999.
688. Cheryl Kathryn Grant – meanolcow@aol.com, email – 3/31/1999.
689. Cheryl Kathryn Grant – meanolcow@aol.com, email-3/31/1999.
690. Cheryl Kathryn Grant – meanolcow@aol.com, email – 3/31/1999.
691. Cheryl Kathryn Grant – meanolcow@aol.com, email 3/31/1999.
692. Cheryl Kathryn Grant – meanolcow@aol.com, email – 3/31/1999.
693. Cheryl Kathryn Grant – meanolcow@aol.com, email 3/31/1999.
694. Michael Huft – mhuft@worldnet.att.net.
695. Michael Huft.
696. Michael Huft – mhuft@worldnet.att.net.
697. Michael Huft-mhuft@worldnet.att.net.
698. Michael Huft – mhuft@worldnet.att.net.
699. Michael Huft-mhuft@worldnet.att.net.
700. Michael Huft – mhuft@worldnet.att.net.
701. Michael Huft-mhuft@worldnet.att.net.
702. Michael Huft – mhuft@worldnet.att.net.
703. Michael Huft-mhuft@worldnet.att.net.
704. Eric White – ebwhite@planetkc.com [son-in-law of John Emmerson Grant] – 12/11/2000.
705. Eric White – ebwhite@planetkc.com [son-in-law of John Grant].
706. Eric White – ebwhite@planetkc.com [son-in-law of John Emmerson Grant] – 12/11/2000.
707. Birthday/Anniversary List – B.W. Grant – Revised Dec. 16, 1948.
708. Florence Grant Crawford.
709. Birthday/Anniversary List – B.W. Grant – Revised Dec. 16, 1948.
710. CHARLES JOHN GRANT – obit – Grand Junction, CO paper.
711. Birthday/Anniversary List – B.W. Grant – Revised Dec. 16, 1948.
712. Birth Announcement of Constance Joan sent by parents.
713. Birthday/Anniversary List – B.W. Grant – Revised Dec. 16, 1948.
714. Linda Kay Grant LaClaire – daughter – email message 4/2001.
715. Birthday/Anniversary List – B.W. Grant – Revised Dec. 16, 1948.
716. Social Security Death Index, “Died 19 Jul 1996 – Residence 74403 (Muskogee, Muskogee, OK).
717. Attending Physician CERTIFICATE OF DEATH – State of Oklahoma – Department of Health, “Date of Death – July 16, 1996, County of Death, Muskogee, City or Town or Location of Death – Muskogee – Muskogee Regional Medical Center.”
718. State of Colorado – Certificate of Death SL 1858995.
719. Bessie Paulina Osborn Ritchie – her mother.
720. Payne Co. Oklahoma, Vital Records, Book of Marriages – #19, page 97, Application and Affidavit for Marriage License; Marriage License; Certificate of Marriage.
721. Bessie Paulina Osborn Ritchie.
722. Geraldine Fergus Grant.
723. Newspaper account from Casa Grande, Arizona.
724. Birthday/Anniversary List – B.W. Grant – Revised Dec. 16, 1948.
725. Florence Grant Crawford.
726. Birthday/Anniversary List – B.W. Grant – Revised Dec. 16, 1948.
727. Florence Grant Crawford.
728. Birthday/Anniversary List – B.W. Grant – Revised Dec. 16, 1948.
729. Florence Grant Crawford.
730. Birthday/Anniversary List – B.W. Grant – Revised Dec. 16, 1948.
731. John Grant – descendant of C. Frank Grant – brother to Benson Wagner Grant.
732. Alice Plain Grant, widow of Charles Franklin Grant, note written Feb. 1999, “Charles Frank Grant died Jan. 17, 1987, bur. Jan. 19, 1987 at Lakewood South Cemetery, Jackson, Hinds Co., MS.
733. John Grant – descendant of C. Frank Grant – brother to Benson Wagner Grant.
734. Kay Kalar – kaykalar@aol.com.
735. his daughter Reba Grant Guilford – spook@galstar.com.
736. Sid Grant -SidGrant@aol.com.
737. Velma Nieberding, The History of Ottawa County, (Walsworth Pub. Co., Marceline, MO 64658).
738. Original Marriage Certificate, Certificate in the care of their daughter, Reba Grant Guilford, Miami, Ottawa Co., OK – 2/16/1999.
739. Kay – Kaykalar@aol.com.
740.  Velma Nieberding, The History of Ottawa County, (Walsworth Pub. Co., Marceline, MO 64658).
741. Cooper Funeral Home Records, Miami, Ottawa Co., OK.
742. Kay – Kaykalar@aol.com.
743. Sid Grant -SidGrant@aol.com.
744. Sidney JANE Grant Watts – janeandjd@msn.com – 3/22/2001.
745. Sid Grant -SidGrant@aol.com, gave different date from date given by Sidney Roe Grant’s daughter – ‘Jane’.
746. Sidney JANE Grant Watts – janeandjd@msn.com – 3/22/2001, gave date of Jan. 21, 1969.
747. Sidney JANE Grant Watts – janeandjd@msn.com – 3/22/2001.
748. Sidney JANE Grant Watts – janeandjd@msn.com – 3/25/2001.
749. Sidney JANE Grant Watts – janeandjd@msn.com – 3/22/2001.
750. Sidney JANE Grant Watts – janeandjd@msn.com – 3/25/2001.
751. Sidney JANE Grant Watts – janeandjd@msn.com – 3/22/2001.
752. Velma Nieberding, The History of Ottawa County, (Walsworth Pub. Co., Marceline, MO 64658), 467.
753. Sidney JANE Grant Watts – janeandjd@msn.com – 3/22/2001.
754. Velma Nieberding, The History of Ottawa County, (Walsworth Pub. Co., Marceline, MO 64658).
755. Kay – Kaykalar@aol.com.
756. Velma Nieberding, The History of Ottawa County, (Walsworth Pub. Co., Marceline, MO 64658), 467.
757. Sid Grant -SidGrant@aol.com.
758. Kay Kaler – daughter – in email dated May 30, 2001.
759. Velma Nieberding, The History of Ottawa County, (Walsworth Pub. Co., Marceline, MO 64658), 442.
760. The History of Ottawa County by Velma Hieberding 0 1983; Walsworth Pub. Co. Marceline, Mo 64658.
761. Velma Nieberding, The History of Ottawa County, (Walsworth Pub. Co., Marceline, MO 64658).
762. Kay Kalar – daughter.
763. Kay – Kaykalar@aol.com.
764. Sid Grant -SidGrant@aol.com.
765. Velma Nieberding, The History of Ottawa County, (Walsworth Pub. Co., Marceline, MO 64658).
766. Kay – Kaykalar@aol.com.
767. Sid Grant -SidGrant@aol.com.
768. Velma Nieberding, The History of Ottawa County, (Walsworth Pub. Co., Marceline, MO 64658), 467.
769. Velma Nieberding, The History of Ottawa County, (Walsworth Pub. Co., Marceline, MO 64658).
770. Toby Hurley – 2/15/2004.
771. Arline GRANT NONNI_F@msn.com.
772. Cheryl Kathryn Grant – meanolcow@aol.com, email – 3/31/1999.
773. Michael Huft – mhuft@worldnet.att.net.
774. Michael Huft-mhuft@worldnet.att.net.
775. Michael Huft – mhuft@worldnet.att.net.
776. Michael Huft-mhuft@worldnet.att.net.
777. Michael Huft – mhuft@worldnet.att.net.
778. Michael Huft-mhuft@worldnet.att.net.
779. Michael Huft – mhuft@worldnet.att.net.
780. Michael Huft-mhuft@worldnet.att.net.
781. Michael Huft – mhuft@worldnet.att.net.
782. Michael Huft-mhuft@worldnet.att.net.
783. Michael Huft – mhuft@worldnet.att.net.
784. Michael Huft-mhuft@worldnet.att.net.
785. Michael Huft – mhuft@worldnet.att.net.
786. Michael Huft-mhuft@worldnet.att.net.
787. Michael Huft – mhuft@worldnet.att.net.
788. Michael Huft-mhuft@worldnet.att.net.
789. Michael Huft – mhuft@worldnet.att.net.
790. Michael Huft-mhuft@worldnet.att.net.
791. Michael Huft – mhuft@worldnet.att.net.
792. Michael Huft-mhuft@worldnet.att.net.
793. Michael Huft – mhuft@worldnet.att.net.
794. Michael Huft-mhuft@worldnet.att.net.
795. Michael Huft – mhuft@worldnet.att.net.
796. Michael Huft-mhuft@worldnet.att.net.
797. Michael Huft – mhuft@worldnet.att.net.
798. Michael Huft-mhuft@worldnet.att.net.
799. Florence Grant Crawford.
800. list of Births/Anniv/deaths by B.W. Grant Sr. 12/16/1948.
801. James “Jim” Crawford, interview – 2/3/1999.
802. James “Jim” Crawford.
803. Birthday/Anniversary List – B.W. Grant – Revised Dec. 16, 1948.
804. Gloria Grant Hubbert.
805. Birthday/Anniversary List – B.W. Grant – Revised Dec. 16, 1948.
806. Linda Kay Grant LaClaire.
807. Jefferson County, CO – Vital Records – Marriage Book 14, page 256.
808.  Collin Co., TX – Vital Records: Filed May 12, 1970; and 13 May,1970 Recorded in Book 30, Page 342 of Marriage Records, “Donald Herrick Rowley, Age 31 and Sandra Lee Craig Powell Age 28 …married May 8, 1970 by Leighton K. Farrell, Minister at First Methodist Church, Richardson, TX.
809. list of Births/Anniv/deaths by B.W. Grant Sr. 12/16/1948.
810. Marriage Record Book 73, Muskogee, Muskogee Co., OK, 493, “License returned, and Certificate of Marriage recorded subjoining the record of License issued and recorded in Marriage Record Book 73 at page 493, on this the 16th day of Sept, 1968″ [license issued 3 September; marriage on 7 September; registered 16 September 1968″ Fred J. Wright, Court Clerk and Ophilia Fugate, Deputy.
811. parents.
812. Carrie Ann Carment.
813. parents.
814. John Grant – descendant of C. Frank Grant – brother to Benson Wagner Grant.
815. John Robert Grant.
816. John Grant – descendant of C. Frank Grant – brother to Benson Wagner Grant.
817. Her grandmother, Alice Plain Grant 2/1999.
818. John Grant – descendant of C. Frank Grant – brother to Benson Wagner Grant.
819. John Robert Grant.
820. John Grant – descendant of C. Frank Grant – brother to Benson Wagner Grant.
821. Her grandmother, Alice Plain Grant 2/1999.
822. Velma Nieberding, The History of Ottawa County, (Walsworth Pub. Co., Marceline, MO 64658), 467.
823. Sidney JANE Grant Watts – janeandjd@msn.com – 3/22/2001.
824. Velma Nieberding, The History of Ottawa County, (Walsworth Pub. Co., Marceline, MO 64658), 467.
825. Sidney JANE Grant Watts – janeandjd@msn.com – 3/22/2001.
826. Sidney JANE Grant Watts – janeandjd@msn.com – 3/25/2001.
827. Sidney JANE Grant Watts – janeandjd@msn.com – 3/22/2001.
828. Kay Kalar.
829. Sidney JANE Grant Watts – janeandjd@msn.com – 3/22/2001.
830. Sidney JANE Grant Watts – janeandjd@msn.com – 3/25/2001.
831. Kay Kalar – kaykalar@aol.com.
832. Kay Kalar.
833. Velma Nieberding, The History of Ottawa County, (Walsworth Pub. Co., Marceline, MO 64658).
834. Kay Kalar – kaykalar@aol.com.
835. Kay Kalar – kaykalar.com.
836. Sid Grant -SidGrant@aol.com, email dated 3/30/1999.
837. Sid Grant -SidGrant@aol.com.
838. Sid Grant -SidGrant@aol.com, email 3/30/1999.
839. Sid Grant -SidGrant@aol.com.
840. Sid Grant -SidGrant@aol.com, email – 3/30/1999.
841. Florence Grant Crawford.
842. Linda Kay Grant LeClaire, email – May 1999.
843. Records – Collin Co. TX, Book 81. Page 881 – filed on June 2, 1988, Jeffrey Charles Laures Age 24, Shonda Lee Powell Age 23, married by Rev. Donald W. Underwood on the 28th day of May, 1988′ – on the back side the top of the page is stamped “81 – 882.”
844. Dallas Morning News, Friday June 4, 1999 – Obit. for Haley Anissa Garcia, 43A.
845. Dallas Morning News, Friday June 4, 1999 – Obit. for Haley Anissa Garcia.
846. Prebysterian Hospital @ Dallas – OB-GYN Records – September 11, 2001.
847. parents.
848. DALE EARL GRANT – birth announcement mailed from Kinston, NC 5 May 2005.
849. Sidney JANE Grant Watts – janeandjd@msn.com – 3/22/2001.
850. Sidney JANE Grant Watts – janeandjd@msn.com – 3/25/2001.
851. Sidney JANE Grant Watts – janeandjd@msn.com – 3/22/2001.
852. Sidney JANE Grant Watts – janeandjd@msn.com – 3/25/2001.
853. Sidney JANE Grant Watts – janeandjd@msn.com – 3/22/2001.
854. Sidney JANE Grant Watts – janeandjd@msn.com – 3/25/2001.
855. Kay Kalar – kaykalar.com.
856. Kay Kalar – mother of the groom!.
857. Kay Kalar – proud grandmother Feb. 2004.
858. Sid Grant -SidGrant@aol.com.
859. Sid Grant -SidGrant@aol.com, email – 3/30/1999.
860. Sid Grant -SidGrant@aol.com.
861. Sid Grant – email 2001.

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