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  • Re: [GRINNELL] Benjamin Grinnell born Tioga County, NY and died Crawford County, PA
    This is a Message Board Post that is gatewayed to this mailing list.<BR><BR>Author: LisaGriffin27<BR>Surnames: <BR>Classification: queries<BR><BR>Message Board URL: <BR><BR>http://boards.rootsweb.com/surnames.grinnell/257.1.1/mb.ashx<BR><BR>Message Board Post:<BR><BR>Thank you David for your reply and information. This ancestry search has been so interesting...I always knew I wanted to know where my family came from, but now I want to know about their lives, their surroundings, etc. Thank you!<BR><BR>Important Note:<BR>The author of this message may not be subscribed to this list. If you would like to reply to them, please click on the Message Board URL link above and respond on the board.<BR><BR><br><BR><BR><BR>

  • Re: [GRINNELL] Benjamin Grinnell born Tioga County, NY and died Crawford County, PA
    This is a Message Board Post that is gatewayed to this mailing list.<BR><BR>Author: DRGrinnell66<BR>Surnames: <BR>Classification: queries<BR><BR>Message Board URL: <BR><BR>http://boards.rootsweb.com/surnames.grinnell/257.1/mb.ashx<BR><BR>Message Board Post:<BR><BR>Lisa--These names are very familiar to me...I'm not a descendant of this branch, but you will find a lot more info from the Grinnell Family Association of America. Benjamin was the son of Gideon Grinnell (1767-1826) and Abigail Westcoat. Gideon was born in Tiverton, RI and moved with other members of his immediate family to Farmington, Ontario County, NY, then to Tioga Co., NY and then to Greenwood, Crawford Co., PA.<BR><BR>Gideon was the son of:<BR>Nathaniel Grinnell and Ruth Clark<BR><BR>Nathaniel Grinnell was the son of:<BR>Jonathan Grinnell and Alice Mieus<BR><BR>Jonathan Grinnell was the son of:<BR>Jonathan Grinnell and Abigail Ford<BR><BR>Jonathan was the son of:<BR>Daniel Grinnell and Mary Wodell<BR><BR>Daniel was the son of:<BR>Matthew Grinnell and Rose French--the immigrants to North America<BR><BR>There are several good sources on this line, two published by the Grinnell Family Association.<BR><BR>Important Note:<BR>The author of this message may not be subscribed to this list. If you would like to reply to them, please click on the Message Board URL link above and respond on the board.<BR><BR><br><BR><BR><BR>

  • [GRINNELL] Benjamin Grinnell born Tioga County, NY and died Crawford County, PA
    This is a Message Board Post that is gatewayed to this mailing list.<BR><BR>Author: LisaGriffin27<BR>Surnames: Grinnell, Staley, Davison, Pilgrim, Hall<BR>Classification: queries<BR><BR>Message Board URL: <BR><BR>http://boards.rootsweb.com/surnames.grinnell/257/mb.ashx<BR><BR>Message Board Post:<BR><BR>Hello all: <BR><BR><BR>I have just recently discovered the surname of Grinnell in my family tree after years of knowing it only as my grandmother Hall's given name: Grinnell Velvina Pilgrim Hall. <BR><BR>While working on my tree I learned that her grandmother's maiden name was Grinnell: Miranda Loretta Grinnell.....married name: Davison; born in Crawford Co, PA in 1846 and died in McKean County, PA in 1921.<BR><BR>Miranda Loretta's parents were Benjamin and Lucinda (Staley) Grinnell. Benjamin was born 11 Aug 1811 in Tioga County, NY and died in 1890 in Greenwood, Crawford County, PA.<BR><BR>I would like input from anyone who may find any of these names familiar. Thank you!<BR><BR>Important Note:<BR>The author of this message may not be subscribed to this list. If you would like to reply to them, please click on the Message Board URL link above and respond on the board.<BR><BR><br><BR><BR><BR>

  • Re: [GRINNELL] GRINNELL Digest, Vol 9, Issue 5
    ​Hi not sure we will find any connection but interesting my Allen Grinnell<BR>and Angeline "Lucy" Wakelee GRINNELL moved to Lamont, Tallmadge, Ottawa, MI<BR>in 1867. Have not been able to find proof of Allen's parents or<BR>siblings and I know there were many Grinnell's in MI. Allen & Lucy had 9<BR>children but only 2 son's. So can not help you but really glad to see<BR>another researcher looking for Grinnell's in MI. Regards, Sandy<BR><BR>On Sat, Oct 18, 2014 at 3:00 AM, <grinnell-request@rootsweb.com> wrote:<BR><BR>><BR>><BR>> Today's Topics:<BR>><BR>> 1. Re: Grinnells in Michigan (gc-gateway@rootsweb.com)<BR>><BR>><BR>> ----------------------------------------------------------------------<BR>><BR>> Message: 1<BR>> Date: Fri, 17 Oct 2014 16:32:34 -0000<BR>> From: "gc-gateway@rootsweb.com" <gc-gateway@rootsweb.com><BR>> Subject: Re: [GRINNELL] Grinnells in Michigan<BR>> To: <GRINNELL-L@rootsweb.com><BR>> Message-ID: <1413563566.234083@rootsweb.com><BR>> Content-Type: text/plain;<BR>><BR>> This is a Message Board Post that is gatewayed to this mailing list.<BR>><BR>> Author: holidor<BR>> Surnames:<BR>> Classification: queries<BR>><BR>> Message Board URL:<BR>><BR>> http://boards.rootsweb.com/surnames.grinnell/234.2/mb.ashx<BR>><BR>> Message Board Post:<BR>><BR>> Irving Julius Grinnell was my father's uncle. My father's mother was<BR>> Olive Rose (Grinnell) Luce. Married to Cornelius Luce.<BR>> My parents: Hollis and Dorothy Luce<BR>> The "Jenkins" family you speak of is actually "Jenks" . Fred and Myrtie<BR>> (Luce) Jenks. My father, Hollis, and Myrtie were brother and sisters.<BR>> My name is Darlene (Luce) MacPhee. I do remember an Edith Stemm that you<BR>> talk of, but only the "name".<BR>> I spent most of my life in the Ionia area, but now live in Michigan's<BR>> thumb area. I am 64.<BR>><BR>> Important Note:<BR>> The author of this message may not be subscribed to this list. If you<BR>> would like to reply to them, please click on the Message Board URL link<BR>> above and respond on the board.<BR>><BR>> <br><BR>><BR>><BR>><BR>><BR>> ------------------------------<BR>><BR>> To contact the GRINNELL list administrator, send an email to<BR>> GRINNELL-admin@rootsweb.com.<BR>><BR>> To post a message to the GRINNELL mailing list, send an email to<BR>> GRINNELL@rootsweb.com.<BR>><BR>> __________________________________________________________<BR>> To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to<BR>> GRINNELL-request@rootsweb.com<BR>> with the word "unsubscribe" without the quotes in the subject and the body<BR>> of the<BR>> email with no additional text.<BR>><BR>><BR>> End of GRINNELL Digest, Vol 9, Issue 5<BR>> **************************************<BR>><BR><BR><BR>

  • Re: [GRINNELL] Grinnells in Michigan
    This is a Message Board Post that is gatewayed to this mailing list.<BR><BR>Author: holidor<BR>Surnames: <BR>Classification: queries<BR><BR>Message Board URL: <BR><BR>http://boards.rootsweb.com/surnames.grinnell/234.2/mb.ashx<BR><BR>Message Board Post:<BR><BR>Irving Julius Grinnell was my father's uncle. My father's mother was Olive Rose (Grinnell) Luce. Married to Cornelius Luce. <BR>My parents: Hollis and Dorothy Luce<BR>The "Jenkins" family you speak of is actually "Jenks" . Fred and Myrtie (Luce) Jenks. My father, Hollis, and Myrtie were brother and sisters. <BR>My name is Darlene (Luce) MacPhee. I do remember an Edith Stemm that you talk of, but only the "name". <BR>I spent most of my life in the Ionia area, but now live in Michigan's thumb area. I am 64.<BR><BR>Important Note:<BR>The author of this message may not be subscribed to this list. If you would like to reply to them, please click on the Message Board URL link above and respond on the board.<BR><BR><br><BR><BR><BR>