|Francis Grant||Susanna Combs||Thomas Hawkins||Agnes Stilson|
|b. in Marblehead||b. 1650 in Marblehead||b. 1642 in Marblehead||b. 1660 in Milhaven, New London, Connecticut|
|d. in Marblehead||d. 1729 in Marblehead||d. 17 Nov 1721 in Marblehead||d. 1714 in Marblehead|
|Francis Grant||Priscilla Hawkins|
|b. 25 Nov 1673 in Marblehead||bp. 22 Mar 1684-5|
|d. Probate 1712 in Marblehead||d.1754 in Marblehead|
|Marriage||13 Jul 1702||Francis Grant to Priscilla Hawkins in Marblehead, Essex, Massachusetts|
|Children (Events in Marblehead Unless Stated Otherwise)|
|Mary Grant bp. 26 Aug 1705; m. 31 Dec 1724 John Pittman (b. 8 Mar 1700/01); six children: John, Annice, Margaret, Mary, Sarah, and Thomas Pittman|
|John Grant bp. 26 Aug 1705; m. 27 Dev 1727 Sarah Gifford; three children: Francis, Sarah, and Sarah Grant; d. bef. 1735|
|Thomas Grant bp. 25 Apr 1708 m. 26 Nov 1730 Ann Stanford (b. 1 Mar 1708, d. 19 Jan 1765); two children: Elizabeth and Thomas Grant, Jr.; d. 1787|
We know little about this family other than the vital statistics possibly because Francis died as a fairly young man. His three children received his share of the estate of their grandfather, Francis.
Proof of relationship is found in the vital records and the probate administration,
The goal of this project is to trace every line of ancestry to the arrival of its first immigrant to America. The basic information of each couple is considered complete when we know the dates of birth, marriage, and death for both spouses. their parents' names (or whether they were the immigrant), and the child or children in our ancestry line.
The research on this family is complete.
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