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Grant Family of Ossipee, Carroll Co., NH


  • Patience Wentworth married Joshua Grant

    (Brother of Capt Nathaniel Grant who married Mercy Ricker d/o Moses Ricker & grandau. of Sarah (Wentworth) Ricker) Joshua Grant was a wood-coaster & drowned with others off Portsmouth, NH about 1820.

    Children: (1st five named were born in Berwick, Maine)

    1. Daniel Grant died 1802 in Portsmouth, NH
    2. Joshua Grant, supposed died in Calif.
    3. Betsey Grant, died in Ossipee, NH
    4. Hannah Grant married James Blake died in Waltham, MA.
    5. Abigail Ann Grant died in Somersworth, NH
    6. Wentworth, born 8 Feb 1812
    7. Lydia Francis Grant born 5 Apr 1814 in Ossipee, NH, died 5 Sept 1849, married 1 Mar 1838 Henry

      McIntire of Danvers, MA
    8. Martha Ann born 17 May 1816 at Ossipee, NH, married Henry McIntire on 21 Jan 1853, res. Lynn, MA


    From the 1850 Census of Ossipee, NH

    GRANT, Nathaniel born 1804 in Maine, d 5 Oct 1889 ae 85y 7m 7d, occ' merchant

  • married (?) Sophrona _______ born 1808 in Maine
  • married (?) Charlotte S. ______ died 27 Dec 1891 ae 83y 1m 23d



    1. William H Grant born about 1834, d 23 Aug 1906 ae 71y 10m
    2. Gasper Grant died 14 Aug 1865 ae 29y, Surgeon in US Army
    3. Charles W. Grant b 11 July 1839
    4. Mary E Grant born 1842
    5. Charlotte M Grant born 1844


  • Source: Wentworth, John, 1815-1888, The Wentworth genealogy: English and American.
    By John Wentworth, Imprint Boston, Little, Brown, 1878  page 21
  • donated by David Young







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