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Moses Grosvenor - Grave
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Pomfret, Connecticut, USA - The Meadows
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Carlisle, New York, USA (Grosvenor Corners) - Wessell's Hotel
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American Revolutionary War Soldier flag  Moses  Grosvenor

  (b. 15 August 1741Pomfret, Crown Colony of Connecticut   d. 16 March 1811Carlisle, New York, USA )  

Moses Grosvenor was born 15 August 1741 in Pomfret, Crown Colony of Connecticut. Moses Grosvenor was the child of Caleb Grosvenor and Sarah Carpenter and the grandchild of: (paternal)  Ebenezer Grosvenor and Anna Marcy (maternal)  Eliphalet Carpenter and Rebecca Gardner

He married  Dorcas Sharp 10 January 1765 in Pomfret, Crown Colony of Connecticut .  The couple had (at least) 1 child. Dorcas Sharp  was born 20 January 1738 in Pomfret, Connecticut, USA .  She died 11 April 1821 in Carlisle, New York, USA (Grosvenor Corners) .  She was the daughter of John Sharp and Dorcas Davis.

Moses Grosvenor died 16 March 1811 in Carlisle, New York, USA .


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Moses Grosvenor married flag Dorcas Sharp-- Date: 10 January 1765 Place: Pomfret, Crown Colony of Connecticut
Dorcas Sharp was the daughter of John Sharp and Dorcas Davis


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Added: 5/2/2016 3:18:07 PM  

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flag Amasa Grosvenor (b.27 December 1776, Pomfret, Crown Colony of Connecticut  d. 4 February 1843, Carlisle, New York, USA )




1765 Marriage / Partner
Moses Grosvenor and Dorcas Sharp 10 January 1765, Pomfret, Connecticut, USA

1776 Birth of Child
Amasa Grosvenor was born 27 December 1776, Pomfret, Connecticut, USA

Death
16 March 1811
Carlisle, New York, USA (Grosvenor Corners)


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Grosvenors Corners Cemetery Carlisle Schoharie County New York, USA

Added: 5/2/2016 3:16:17 PM

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