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George Grinnell (1702 - bef. 1759)

George Grinnell
Born in Little Compton, Plymouth, Province of Massachusetts Baymap
Ancestors ancestors
Husband of — married 31 Jan 1725 in Saybrook, Middlesex, Connecticutmap
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Died before in Saybrook, Middlesex, Connecticutmap
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Biography

George Grinnell, son of Lydia Pabodie and Daniel Grinnell was b. 12 Apr 1702 in Little Compton, Rhode Island. [1] Alternately he may have been b. 1686[citation needed] Note: in 1702, Little Compton was part of Plymouth County, Massachusetts (according to wikipedia)

George married Mary Bull, daughter of Edward and Mary (Post) Bull, on 31 Jan 1723/4 at Saybrook, Middlesex, CT - their children were William, Daniel, Mary, Ann, Phebe, Rebecca, Lydia, Lucy and Temperence Grinnell[1]

He made his will 29 April 1755. He named his wife Mary (executrix), William Grenell, Eldest son; son Daniel Grenell; seven daughters Mary, Anne, Phebe, Rebeckah, Lydia, Lucy, & Temperance (all under age 18). The will was proved in court 23 Nov 1759.[2] No death recorded.

Sources

  1. 1.0 1.1 [http://alden.org/aldengenealogy/database/pafg14.htm#19567 Alden Kin #19567
  2. Connecticut. Probate Court (Guilford District); Probate Place: New Haven, Connecticut Probate Records, Vol 7-9, 1756-1766 Accessed at Ancestry ($)


  • Edmund West, comp.. Family Data Collection - Individual Records, Source Citation: Birth year: 1686; Birth city: Saybrook; Birth state: CT.
  • Edmund West, comp.. Family Data Collection - Births
  • Information was taken from the Alden Kindred website [1]

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  • Mayflower Deeds and Probates, 1600-1850


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Grinnell-439 and Grinnell-10 appear to represent the same person because: Married on same day to same woman. The dates on Grinnell-439 are accurate according to sources.
posted by Anne B
I have a question about the birthdate of George Grinnell. Esther Littleford Woodworth-Barnes, "Family of John Alden, vol. 16, part 1 of Mayflower Families Through Five Generations, 1999, p. 297-298., has 12 April 1702, Little Compton, Rhode Island as his birth date and place. It also has Anne Grinnell, one of my ancestors (wiki id Grinnell-322) as one of his children. I'd like to resolve the birthdate question before I add him as her father.

Thanks, Brenda Breed (Breed-327)

posted by Brenda Breed

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