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94. ANN19 GROSVENOR (THOMAS18, JOHN17, EBENEZER16, JOHN15, WILLIAM14 GRAVENOR, GENT, WILLIAM13 GRAVENER, GENT, RICHARD12 GRAVENOR, WILLIAM11, ROWLAND10, WILLIAM9, JOHN8, JOHN7, HENRY6, THOMAS5, RICHARD4, RICHARD3 DE GRAVENOR, WILLIAM2, ADAM1) was born September 09, 1789 in Pomfret, Windham, Conn., and died Aft. 1856. She married HENRY KING April 1809 in New York City, New York, New York.
     
Children of A
NN GROSVENOR and HENRY KING are:
  i.   JOHN20 KING, b. Abt. 1808, NEW YORK.
  ii.   ANN KING, b. Abt. 1810, NEW YORK.
  iii.   THOMAS GROSVENOR KING, b. 1812, NEW YORK.
  iv.   HENRY KING, b. Abt. 1814, NEW YORK.
  v.   SUSAN MAY KING, b. Abt. 1816, NEW YORK.
  vi.   HARRIET KING, b. Abt. 1818, NEW YORK.
  vii.   EDWARD KING, b. Abt. 1820, NEW YORK.


95. PETER19 GROSVENOR, MAJOR (THOMAS18, JOHN17, EBENEZER16, JOHN15, WILLIAM14 GRAVENOR, GENT, WILLIAM13 GRAVENER, GENT, RICHARD12 GRAVENOR, WILLIAM11, ROWLAND10, WILLIAM9, JOHN8, JOHN7, HENRY6, THOMAS5, RICHARD4, RICHARD3 DE GRAVENOR, WILLIAM2, ADAM1)79,80,81 was born January 25, 1794 in Pomfret, Windham, Conn., and died September 28, 1859 in Rome, Athens, Ohio. He married ANN CHASE January 26, 1820 in Pomfret, Windham, Conn., daughter of ABNER CHASE and SARAH LEWIN.

Notes for P
ETER GROSVENOR, MAJOR:
Folklore and Firesides of Pomfret, Hampton and Vicinity" by Susan Jewett Griggs (1959) p 36                                           For years Peter Grosvenor had led the singing, with pipe and tuning fork, before 1818, when a "grand musical organ" was installed in the church at Pomfret.                                                      Peter served in the war of 1812 as a Major in the 10th Connecticut Regiment. He moved with his family to Athens, Ohio in 1838. (Bowen). He was listed in the Pomfret, Windham, Conn. census (1800?).                                                                                                 History of Hocking Valley, 1883, p346-348.                        Peter and Ann (Chase) Grosvenor came to Athens Co. Ohio in 1838.            Served in the war of 1812 and was promoted to the rank of Major of Militia.                                                Peter was listed in the 1850 and 1851, Rome, Athens, Ohio census.      
     
Children of P
ETER GROSVENOR and ANN CHASE are:
  i.   ANN MUMFORD20 GROSVENOR, b. October 01, 1820, Pomfret, Windham, Conn.; d. January 29, 1823, Pomfret, Windham, Conn..
  ii.   THOMAS GROSVENOR, b. August 31, 1822, Pomfret, Windham, Conn.; d. September 17, 1824, Pomfret, Windham, Conn..
  iii.   ANN MUMFORD GROSVENOR, b. August 22, 1824, Pomfret, Windham, Conn.; d. May 29, 1826, Pomfret, Windham, Conn..
  iv.   ANNA MARIA GROSVENOR, b. September 19, 1826, Pomfret, Windham, Conn.; d. December 02, 1831, Pomfret, Windham, Conn..
  v.   JULIA ELIZABETH GROSVENOR, b. February 19, 1829, Pomfret, Windham, Conn.; d. November 22, 1831, Pomfret, Windham, Conn..
219. vi.   JOHN MUMFORD GROSVENOR, LT., b. October 22, 1831, Pomfret, Windham, Conn.; d. of Stewart, Athens, Ohio.
220. vii.   CHARLES HENRY GROSVENOR, BRIG. GEN., REP., b. September 20, 1833, Pomfret, Windham, Conn.; d. October 13, 1917, Athens, Miami, Ohio.
  viii.   EDWARD GROSVENOR, CAPT.82,83, b. January 08, 1836, Pomfret, Windham, Conn.; d. September 1864, Saundersville, Georgia.
  Notes for EDWARD GROSVENOR, CAPT.:
The Allen Family, p31. Edward served in the 92nd Ohio Volunteers, and died on "Sherman's march to the sea" at Sandersville, Georgia. Edward was unmarried. Edward was in the 2nd and 92nd OVI and in the battles of Chickamauga, Missionary Ridge, Dallas, Rockface Gap, Hoover's Gap, and Browns Ferry. He died on Sherman's march at Saundersville, Georgia. (Bowen).

221. ix.   DANIEL ALLAN GROSVENOR, b. March 04, 1839, Rome, Ashtabula, Ohio; d. October 16, 1925, of Washington D. C..
  x.   RUTH CORBIN, b. August 24, 1824.
  Notes for RUTH CORBIN:
Ruth was given to Ann Chase and Peter Grosvenor at about the age of 6, by her father Soloman Corbin.


96. JOHN HENRY19 GROSVENOR (THOMAS18, JOHN17, EBENEZER16, JOHN15, WILLIAM14 GRAVENOR, GENT, WILLIAM13 GRAVENER, GENT, RICHARD12 GRAVENOR, WILLIAM11, ROWLAND10, WILLIAM9, JOHN8, JOHN7, HENRY6, THOMAS5, RICHARD4, RICHARD3 DE GRAVENOR, WILLIAM2, ADAM1) was born August 23, 1796 in Pomfret, Windham, Conn., and died January 03, 1848 in New York City, New York, New York. He married ANN KING, daughter of ASA KING.

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OHN HENRY GROSVENOR:
Henry was confirmed 1809 at the Fifth Ave. Pres. Church, New York City, New York, and moved to the Pres. Church in Brooklyn, New York in April 4, 1827.

Notes for A
NN KING:
Ann joined the Fifth Ave. Pres. Church, New York City, New York, May 1809, from the First Church of Pomfret, Conn. and the Pres. Church in Brooklyn, New York, April 4. 1827.
     
Children of J
OHN GROSVENOR and ANN KING are:
  i.   JULIA20 GROSVENOR, b. July 26, 1810.
  More About JULIA GROSVENOR:
Baptized/Christ.: December 14, 1810, Fifth Ave. Pres. Church, New York City, New York

  ii.   THOMAS GROSVENOR, b. February 13, 1812.
  More About THOMAS GROSVENOR:
Baptized/Christ.: May 22, 1812, Fifth Ave. Pres. Church, New York City, New York

  iii.   ANN MUMFORD GROSVENOR, b. December 11, 1813.
  More About ANN MUMFORD GROSVENOR:
Baptized/Christ.: June 12, 1814, Fifth Ave. Pres. Church, New York City, New York

  iv.   SUSAN MARY GROSVENOR, b. February 21, 1816.
  More About SUSAN MARY GROSVENOR:
Baptized/Christ.: October 06, 1816, Fifth Ave. Pres. Church, New York City, New York

  v.   HENRY GROSVENOR, b. Abt. 1818.
  More About HENRY GROSVENOR:
Baptized/Christ.: July 1818, Fifth Ave. Pres. Church, New York City, New York

  vi.   JOHN ROMEYN GROSVENOR, b. Abt. 1820.
  More About JOHN ROMEYN GROSVENOR:
Baptized/Christ.: August 11, 1820, Fifth Ave. Pres. Church, New York City, New York

  vii.   JOHN ASA GROSVENOR, b. Abt. 1824.
  More About JOHN ASA GROSVENOR:
Baptized/Christ.: February 06, 1824, Fifth Ave. Pres. Church, New York City, New York


97. HANNAH19 GROSVENOR (THOMAS18, JOHN17, EBENEZER16, JOHN15, WILLIAM14 GRAVENOR, GENT, WILLIAM13 GRAVENER, GENT, RICHARD12 GRAVENOR, WILLIAM11, ROWLAND10, WILLIAM9, JOHN8, JOHN7, HENRY6, THOMAS5, RICHARD4, RICHARD3 DE GRAVENOR, WILLIAM2, ADAM1) was born May 19, 1799 in Pomfret, Windham, Conn., and died August 05, 1865 in Pomfret, Windham, Conn.. She married EDWARD ELDREDGE, HON. March 06, 1822 in Pomfret, Windham, Conn., son of JAMES ELDREDGE and LUCY GALLUP.
     
Children of H
ANNAH GROSVENOR and EDWARD ELDREDGE are:
  i.   EDWARD20 ELDREDGE.
  ii.   HARRIET ELDREDGE.
  iii.   MARY ELDREDGE.
  iv.   FRANCES HARRIET ELDREDGE, b. 1830, MASS..
  v.   CONSTANCE GROSVENOR ELDREDGE, b. 1833, Mass.; m. WALTER ALEXANDER, REV..
  vi.   HENRY GROSVENOR ELDREDGE, b. 1834, MASS..
222. vii.   HELEN GROSVENOR ELDREDGE, b. 1838, Mass..


98. MARCIA19 GROSVENOR (SETH18, JOHN17, EBENEZER16, JOHN15, WILLIAM14 GRAVENOR, GENT, WILLIAM13 GRAVENER, GENT, RICHARD12 GRAVENOR, WILLIAM11, ROWLAND10, WILLIAM9, JOHN8, JOHN7, HENRY6, THOMAS5, RICHARD4, RICHARD3 DE GRAVENOR, WILLIAM2, ADAM1) was born October 23, 1770 in Pomfret, Windham, Conn., and died December 20, 1857 in Hudson, Columbia, New York. She married JOSHUA ABBE August 15, 1815 in Hudson, Columbia, New York, son of PHINEAS ABBE and MARY BINGHAM.
     
Child of M
ARCIA GROSVENOR and JOSHUA ABBE is:
223. i.   MARY ABIGAIL GROSVENOR20 ABBE, b. August 17, 1816, New York; d. April 17, 1905.


99. LUCIA19 GROSVENOR (SETH18, JOHN17, EBENEZER16, JOHN15, WILLIAM14 GRAVENOR, GENT, WILLIAM13 GRAVENER, GENT, RICHARD12 GRAVENOR, WILLIAM11, ROWLAND10, WILLIAM9, JOHN8, JOHN7, HENRY6, THOMAS5, RICHARD4, RICHARD3 DE GRAVENOR, WILLIAM2, ADAM1) was born March 05, 1772 in Pomfret, Windham, Conn., and died 1838 in Hudson, Columbia, New York. She married ELISHA WILLIAMS February 05, 1795 in Pomfret, Windham, Conn., son of EBENEZER WILLIAMS and JERUSHA PORTER.

Notes for E
LISHA WILLIAMS:
James Kent's Necrologies:                                    Elisha Williams Esq. Died at New York June 29th 1833. aged 61. He died of dropsy in the chest. He had been declining and in wretched health for some years. The failure of the Bank of Columbia, of which he had been for many years President and chief director, broke his heart and hurt his influence. He was a lawyer of quick and distinguished genius--a brilliant Nisi Prius and Jury Orator. He had great practice at Hudson and was much engaged in various speculations. He and Judge W. W. Van Ness and Jacob R. Van Rensalaer, and Thomas P. Grosvenor formed for many years a shining and powerful club of political federalists, but the management of the funds and credit of the Bank of Columbia was injurious to their reputations. They all terminated disastrously in pecuniary credit, and in health and influence. Mr. Williams was a noble, generous, enterprising, noisy, man, with wonderful capacity of elocution, but with very little learning which he appeared always to despise. I saw him the first time on Tuesday April 17th 1798 at Kinderhook. It was a very cold day and I hired a wagon which took me that day from Hudson to Albany--Williams was a stiff, churlish, dashing, impudent country attorney as he then appeared to me. He road on horseback to Albany and had a tippet round his neck. Some years afterwards when settled in Hudson I became intimate with him and loved him. He was kind, tender-hearted and affectionate. He made large investments at Waterloo in Seneca County where he lived the last year of his life.

More About E
LISHA WILLIAMS:
Cause of Death: dropsy in the chest
     
Children of L
UCIA GROSVENOR and ELISHA WILLIAMS are:
  i.   ???20 WILLIAMS, b. 1795, New York.
  ii.   JERUSHA WILLIAMS, b. 1797, New York.
  iii.   ABBY GROSVENOR WILLIAMS, b. 1799, New York.
  iv.   GROSVENOR ELISHA WILLIAMS, b. 1800, New York.
  v.   ??? WILLIAMS, b. 1802, New York.


100. GODFREY MALBONE19 GROSVENOR, MAJOR (SETH18, JOHN17, EBENEZER16, JOHN15, WILLIAM14 GRAVENOR, GENT, WILLIAM13 GRAVENER, GENT, RICHARD12 GRAVENOR, WILLIAM11, ROWLAND10, WILLIAM9, JOHN8, JOHN7, HENRY6, THOMAS5, RICHARD4, RICHARD3 DE GRAVENOR, WILLIAM2, ADAM1)83 was born September 26, 1773 in Pomfret, Windham, Conn., and died January 04, 1860 in Auburn, Cayuga, New York. He married (1) POLLY TAINTOR August 25, 1798 in Windham Co., Conn., daughter of JOHN TAINTOR and SARAH BULKELEY. He married (2) SALLY ALLEN February 22, 1808 in New Gloucester, Essex, Massachusetts. He married (3) DEBORAH LOBDELL May 25, 1813 in Minot, Cumberland, Maine, daughter of ISAAC LOBDELL and POLLY STETSON.

Notes for G
ODFREY MALBONE GROSVENOR, MAJOR:
Will of Godfrey Malbone Grosvenor;                              "The last will and testament of Godfrey Grosvenor of the city of Auburn in the state of New York in the name of God, Amen. I Godfrey Grosvenor of the city of Auburn, Cayuga, and the state of New York being of sound mind and Memory, blessed be Almighty God same, do make publish and declare this my last will and testament in manner following that is to say                        ITEM FIRST: I hereby appoint Thomas P. Grosvenor, George Humphreys and Stetson L. Grosvenor executors of my last will and testament.            ITEM SECOND: I hereby order and direct my executors to pay to my beloved wife Deborah Grosvenor one hundred dollars per month from my decease during her life and direct my executors to set apart and invest for her a sum of money out of my personal estate incase that is not sufficient out of my real estate so that the interest will amount to the said sum of one hundred dollars per month.      ITEM THIRD: I hereby give and bequeath to my grandchildren Milton G. Potter, son of my daughter Mary and Godfrey Grosvenor and C. Grosvenor, one hundred dollars each payable in two years after my decease.                         ITEM FIFTH: I direct my executors to procure and give to Cornelia Grosvenor wife of my son Godfrey J. Grosvenor a good black silk d I give and bequeath to each of her children the sum of ten dollars.                              ITEM SIXTH: I give and bequeath to my son Thomas P. Grosvenor the sum of four thousand dollars.                                          ITEM SEVENTH: I give and bequeath to my daughter Lucia Williams Humphreys the sum of two thousand dollars.                              ITEM EIGHTH: Should my son William Pitt Grosvenor ever return, I order my executors to buy him a farm with five thousand dollars. have the possession and improvement and profits of said farm during his life, but at his death to go to his heirs and to give said William Grosvenor one hundred dollars per year for five years, after he shall have possession and improvement of said farm.                                                                                                      I hereby give and devise all of my real estate, and all the land investments and here ?detarnents in which I have any intrest and whereas situate to my sons Thomas P. Grosvenor and Stetson L. Grosvenor and to my daughter Lucia Williams Humphreys share and share alike.                                                                        I here by give and bequeath all of the rest reidue and remainder of my personal property and estate of every name and kind to my sons P. Grosvenor and Stetson L. Grosvenor, and to my daughter Lucia Williams Grosvenor share and share alike or to be divided equally between the three, and this to include the sum of money or property invested under the second item of this will for my beloved wife Deborah which sum at her decease is to be divided among my said son Thomas P. and Stetson L. and my daughter Lusia.                                                                        I hrerby revoke all former wills by me made in witness where of I have herewith set my hand and seal this sixteenth day of September year one thousand eight hundred and fifty eight. GODFREY GROSVENOR (SS).                                                                  Godfrey served in Capt. Hadlock Perrin's Co. Conn. Mil. Pension # So-26371.                                                      Godfrey was listed in the 1820 and 1830 Minot, Cumberland, Maine census, and in 1838 was living in Fredonia, New York, then to Sheldon, New York, in 1846 to 1857 in Buffalo, New York.            Godfrey built the only store at Minot Corner, Maine. In 1935 the building was still in use. (Bowen).      

More About G
ODFREY MALBONE GROSVENOR, MAJOR:
Buried: 1860, Ft. Hill Cemetery, Auburn, New York

More About S
ALLY ALLEN:
Buried: 1808, MARRIED BY REV. MOSELEY

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EBORAH LOBDELL:
Buried: 1860, Ft. Hill Cemetery, Auburn, New York

Marriage Notes for G
ODFREY GROSVENOR and DEBORAH LOBDELL:
Married by Rev. C. Bradley in 1813.
     
Children of G
ODFREY GROSVENOR and POLLY TAINTOR are:
224. i.   GODFREY JOHN20 GROSVENOR, b. March 13, 1800, Geneva, Ontario, New York; d. June 25, 1849, Geneva, Ontario, New York.
  ii.   CHARLES TAINTOR GROSVENOR, b. 1801, of Wales, Erie, New York; d. Aft. 1856, Auburn, Cayuga, New York.
  Notes for CHARLES TAINTOR GROSVENOR:
Charles was a grocer in Buffalo, New York.

  More About CHARLES TAINTOR GROSVENOR:
Buried: Auburn, New York
     
Children of GODFREY GROSVENOR and DEBORAH LOBDELL are:
  iii.   SETH C.20 GROSVENOR, M. D., b. March 31, 1815, Minot, Cumberland, Maine; d. January 27, 1850, Sacramento, California; m. JANNET B..
  iv.   THOMAS PEABODY GROSVENOR, ESQ., b. August 27, 1816, Minot, Cumberland, Maine; d. Aft. 1874, Buffalo, Erie, New York.
  Notes for THOMAS PEABODY GROSVENOR, ESQ.:
Thomas was a lawyer in Buffalo.

225. v.   MARY LOBDELL GROSVENOR, b. February 01, 1818, Minot, Cumberland, Maine; d. September 17, 1847, Colesville, Wyoming, New York.
226. vi.   THOMAS GROSVENOR, b. 1820, Minot, Cumberland, Maine; d. Aft. 1874.
227. vii.   LUCIA WILLIAMS GROSVENOR, b. July 28, 1821, Minot, Cumberland, Maine; d. March 07, 1877, Buffalo, Erie, New York.
  viii.   WILLIAM PITT GROSVENOR, b. November 10, 1823, Minot, Cumberland, Maine; d. Auburn, Cayuga, New York.
  Notes for WILLIAM PITT GROSVENOR:
William was not married.

  More About WILLIAM PITT GROSVENOR:
Buried: Auburn, New York

228. ix.   STETSON LOBDELL GROSVENOR, DR., b. May 30, 1826, Minot, Cumberland, Maine; d. March 20, 1865, Buffalo, Erie, New York.


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