Notes for Grover Buell: There is a tradition that the first Grover Buell served in the Revolutionary Way, which is not unlikely, as some of the worst battles were fought on the Frontier in defense of the homes against the Indians and the British.
Robert Chambers in one of his novels, speaks of an Ezra Buell who ran the Stanwix Survey in 1769 and married a Esaurora (Indian) girl. If this is true, one of her descendants, by intermarriage, introduced a strain of that blood.
The first Grover Buell died on the original Buell Homestead at Windsor, and the place was sold to a collateral Buell.
More About Grover Buell and Jerusha Buch: Marriage: 15 February 1758
Children of Grover Buell and Jerusha Buch are:
+Grover Buell II, b. 13 November 1785, Windsor, New York, d. date unknown, Norwich, New York.