|abt. 1615 in England|
|Probate 2 Oct 1669 in Marblehead||Probate 13 Jun 1709 in Marblehead|
|Francis Grant||Susannah Combs|
|b. 1644 in ?||b. abt. 1652 in ?|
|d. 26 Feb 1717-18 in Marblehead||d. 1729 in Marblehead|
|Marriage||22 Oct 1668||Francis Grant to Susannah Combs (Coombs) in Marblehead, Essex, Massachusetts|
|Children (Events in Marblehead Unless Stated Otherwise)|
|Mary Grant b. 16 Jul 1669; m. 12 Nov 1688 Thomas Dodd (b. Nov 1666, d. 1 Jul 1720); one child: Thomas Dodd, Jr.; d. bef. 1693|
|Susanna Grant b. 19 Aug 1671; m. 4 Jul 1692 Thomas White (b. 1667, d. 30 Jun 1736); five children: Nary, Thomas, Susanna, Remember, and Francis White; d. before 1715|
|Francis Grant, Jr. b. 25 Nov 1673; m. 13 Jul 1702 Priscilla Hawkins (bp. 22 Mar 1684-5; d. 1754; three children: Mary, John, and Thomas Grant; d. probate 26 Jun 1712|
|Sarah Grant b. 24 Aug 1675; m. 2 Jun 21695 John Merritt, Jr. (b. 25 Apr 1670; d. 1711); four children: John III Francis, Mary, and Sarah Merritt; d. aft. 1718|
|Jane Grant b. 20 Aug 1679; m. 1) 11 Dec 1701 John Fortune (b. Jul 1673 in Salem, Essex, Massachusetts, probate 35 Dec 1711 in Marblehead); five children: Unknown, Mary, Sarah, Mary, and John Fortune; d. 2) 25 Dec 1711 John Knight (bp. 12 Dec 1686); five children:Jane, Mary, John, Sarah, and Mary Knight; d. after 1723 in Marblehead|
|John Grant b. 31 Aug 1682; m. 23 Dec 1703 Elizabeth Beal (b 16 Apr 1689); three children: Mary, Patience, and John Grant; probate: 10 Sep 1739|
|David Grant b. 14 Nov 1684; d. bef. 1718|
|Henry Grant b. 31 Jul 1687; m. 30 Sep 1709 Mary Pedrick; five children: Joseph Pedrick, Francis, Susanna, Sarah, and Mary Grant; d. after 1718|
|Possible||Elizabeth Grant; bp. bp. Oct 1689; d. Aug 1617 (See note below)|
|Mary Grant b. 24 Apr 1694; m. 22 Dec 1713 Mark Pitman (bp. 15 Mar 1690); three children: Mary, Elizabeth, and Susannah Pitman; d. after 1718|
Susannah Coombs was the daughter of a fisherman who like many others in early Marblehead owned a lot of land. She and Francis Grant married and had several children, almost all of whom grew to adulthood and had families of their own. We have records of the births and marriages of the children, but as is frequent, not the deaths. Francis left a will that named his five surviving children: Henry, John, Mary (the last born), Sarah, and Jane. He left one-sixth of his estate to the children of his recently deceased son, Francis, Jr., but interestingly nothing to the grandchildren of his other deceased children. Susannah survived him.
Proof of relationship is is established in the vital records and the will of Francis.
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