Amer Grubb

Amer Grubb (1749 - 1817)

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Amer Grubb
Born in New Castle, Delawaremap
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Husband of — married about [location unknown]
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Died in New Castle, Delaware, USAmap
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Amer Grubb participated in the American Revolution



Name: Amer Grubb
Birth Date: 14 Oct 1749 New Castle County, Delaware, USA
Death Date: 26 Sep 1817 New Castle County, Delaware, USA
Cemetery: St Martin's Episcopal Cemetery
225 Church Street Marcus Hook, PA 19061 #S1
The Marcus Hook Preservation Society states that "He was born on October 14, 1749 and was a farmer by trade. His wife was a local farmer’s daughter, Ann Buckley. Together they were active in St. Martin’s Church and had seven children. Amer, like many farmers, sided with the Patriot cause and joined Joseph Marshall’s militia company during the American Revolution. They fought at the Battle of Cooch’s Bridge, which was a prelude to the Battle of Brandywine. At the Battle of Brandywine they successfully engaged Col. Robert Abercromby’s light infantry,bogged them down in what was then known as “Purgatory Swamp” and prevented them from advancing."
"The two story fieldstone house that he built in 1783 still stands today. It is now a retreat owned by the Holy Rosary Church."
"In 1805, Amer was one of five charter school trustees that built the first public school in the area. This original one-room schoolhouse was active until 1925 when it became Claymont, Delaware’s library. It is now preserved as a historic site."


  • 1. National Cemetery Administration. U.S. Veterans Gravesites, ca.1775-2006 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Operations Inc, 2006. Original data: National Cemetery Administration. Nationwide Gravesite Locator
  • WikiTree profile Grubb-179 created through the import of Eowyn.ged on Apr 6, 2012 by Eowyn Langholf. See the Changes page for the details of edits by Eowyn and others.
  • Source: S137 Abbreviation: Babb Families of America Title: Jean A. Sargent, Author, Babb Families of America, second (N.p.: n.p., 1994), . Subsequent Source Citation Format: Sargent, Babb Families of America, . BIBL Sargent, Jean A., Author. Babb Families of America. Second. N.p.: n.p., 1994. TMPLT TID 14 FIELD Name: Author VALUE Jean A. Sargent FIELD Name: Role VALUE Author FIELD Name: Title VALUE Babb Families of America FIELD Name: SubTitle FIELD Name: SuplAuthor FIELD Name: SuplRole FIELD Name: Edition VALUE Second FIELD Name: PubPlace FIELD Name: Publisher FIELD Name: PubDate VALUE 1994 TMPLT FIELD Name: Page

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