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  (b. abt. 1630 England   d. 10 December 1719 New Haven, Crown Colony of Connecticut )  

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Edward GRANNIS was born abt. 1630 in England. Edward GRANNIS was the child of ?   and   ?

Edward was an immigrant to the United States, arriving by 1649.

Spouse(s)/Partner(s) and Child(ren):

Edward  married  Elizabeth ANDREWS 3 May 1655 in Hartford, New Haven Colony .  Elizabeth ANDREWS  was born abt. 1633 in Connecticut, USA.  Elizabeth died 21 March 1656 in Hartford, Connecticut, USA.  Elizabeth was the child of William ANDREWS and Abigail GRAVES.

Edward  married  (2) Hannah WAKEFIELD abt. 1662 in Hartford, New Haven Colony .  The couple had (at least) 8 children. Hannah WAKEFIELD  was born 29 December 1644 in New Haven, Connecticut, USA (Westville).  Hannah died abt. 1711 in North Haven, Connecticut, USA.  Hannah was the child of John WAKEFIELD and Anne LITTLEFIELD.

Edward GRANNIS died 10 December 1719 in New Haven, Crown Colony of Connecticut .

Occupation: shoemaker


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  • Edward GRANNIS
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    Page 74
    Title One Life at a Time: A New World Family Narrative, 1630-1960
    Authors R. Thomas Collins, Joseph S. Wood
    Edition illustrated
    Publisher RavensYard Publishing, Ltd., 1999
    ISBN 0966788303, 9780966788303
    Length 264 pages

    NOTE: MUCH MORE IN THIS BOOK ABOUT THIS FAMILY
  • New Haven, Connecticut - 1649
    'Edward Grannis... first appears in colonial records in New Haven when, on October 2, 1649, the New Haven General Court fined him '18 d. for want of Worme, Scourer and Flints.' At the time, all residents were required to bear arms and provide themselves with 'a good serviceable gun and four of five good flints fitted for every firelock piece, all in good order and ready for any sudden occasion, service or view.' Edward Grannis, at about 20 years ...Read MORE...


  • New Haven, Connecticut - 1652
    'Grannis' name appears again in March 1, 1652, when, as an employee of miller John Wakefield, he was witness in a case against Thomas Langden, who was accused of beating and threatening to kill his wife, and of killing and eating three hogs owned by Rev. Peter Prudden.'

    Source:
    One Life at a Time: A New World Family Narrative, 1630-1960
    By R. Thomas Collins, Joseph S. Wood
    Contributor Joseph S. Wood
    Edition: illustrated
    Published by...Read MORE...


  • 1655 Marriage / Partner
    Edward GRANNIS and Elizabeth ANDREWS 3 May 1655, Hartford, Connecticut, USA
  • 1656 Death of Spouse/Partner
    Elizabeth ANDREWS died 21 March 1656, Hartford, Connecticut, USA
  • 1656 Birth of Child
    Joseph GRANNIS was born 31 March 1656, Hartford, Connecticut, USA
  • Hartford, Connecticut - 1666
    'Family tradition holds that Edward Grannis was of Norman origin and that he had been baptized in the Established Church in England. Evidence of this is in Hartford when on November 22, 1666, Edward Grannis joined other, former members of the Anglican (Established) Church, and asked for permission to become members of the First Church of Hartford, a Puritan congregation. This Norman view coincides with another family tradition that holds the...Read MORE...


  • Hadley, Massachusetts - 1671
    'On March 18, 1671, Edward sold three parcels of land he owned in Hartford and moved to Hadley, Massachusetts...'

    Source:
    One Life at a Time: A New World Family Narrative, 1630-1960
    By R. Thomas Collins, Joseph S. Wood
    Contributor Joseph S. Wood
    Edition: illustrated
    Published by RavensYard Publishing, Ltd., 1999
    ISBN 0966788303, 9780966788303
    244 pages
    Page 75


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Spouse(s) / Partner(s) and Child(ren) of Edward GRANNIS

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Edward GRANNIS married flag female ancestor Elizabeth ANDREWS-- Date: 3 May 1655 Place: Hartford, New Haven Colony
Elizabeth ANDREWS was the child of William ANDREWS and Abigail GRAVES


1655 GRANNIS EDWARD GRANNIS OF HARTFORD WAS MARRIED TO ELIFABETH ANDREWES OF FFARMINGTON THE DAUGHTER OF WILL : ANDREWES OF HARTFORD MAY 3D 1655

VITAL RECORDS OF HARTFORD, WINDSOR AND FAIRFIELD, CONNECTICUT, 1631 TO 1691. (ONLINE DATABASE. NEWENGLANDANCESTORS.ORG. NEW ENGLAND HISTORIC GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY, 2009.) ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED AS: BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS RETURNED FROM HARTFORD, WINDSOR, AND FAIRFIELD, AND ENTERED IN THE EARLY LAND RECORDS OF THE COLONY OF CONNECTICUT : VOLUMES I AND II OF LAND RECORDS AND NO. D OF COLONIAL DEEDS, TRANSCRIBED AND EDITED BY EDWIN STANLEY WELLES. HARTFORD, CONN.: CASE, LOCKWOOD & BRAINARD CO, 1898.


Children of Edward GRANNIS and Elizabeth ANDREWS:



Edward GRANNIS married Grave has been locatedflag female ancestor Hannah WAKEFIELD-- Date: abt. 1662 Place: Hartford, New Haven Colony
Hannah WAKEFIELD was the child of John WAKEFIELD and Anne LITTLEFIELD


505. Edward Grannis * Dec 1719
Husband of 506

506. Hannah Wakefield (Edward) Grannis
Daughter of John and Ann(101); born 1644, wife of 505

Source:
Title Historical catalogue of the members of the First Church of Christ in New Haven, Connecticut (Center Church): A.D. 1639-1914, Parts 1639-1914
Author Franklin Bowditch Dexter
Publisher s.n., 1914
Original from the University of Michigan
Digitized Oct 9, 2007
Length 469 pages
Page 36


Children of Edward GRANNIS and Hannah WAKEFIELD:



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Edward GRANNIS
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Page 74
Title One Life at a Time: A New World Family Narrative, 1630-1960
Authors R. Thomas Collins, Joseph S. Wood
Edition illustrated
Publisher RavensYard Publishing, Ltd., 1999
ISBN 0966788303, 9780966788303
Length 264 pages

NOTE: MUCH MORE IN THIS BOOK ABOUT THIS FAMILY
New Haven, Connecticut - 1649
'Edward Grannis... first appears in colonial records in New Haven when, on October 2, 1649, the New Haven General Court fined him '18 d. for want of Worme, Scourer and Flints.' At the time, all residents were required to bear arms and provide themselves with 'a good serviceable gun and four of five good flints fitted for every firelock piece, all in good order and ready for any sudden occasion, service or view.' Edward Grannis, at about 20 years ...Read MORE...


New Haven, Connecticut - 1652
'Grannis' name appears again in March 1, 1652, when, as an employee of miller John Wakefield, he was witness in a case against Thomas Langden, who was accused of beating and threatening to kill his wife, and of killing and eating three hogs owned by Rev. Peter Prudden.'

Source:
One Life at a Time: A New World Family Narrative, 1630-1960
By R. Thomas Collins, Joseph S. Wood
Contributor Joseph S. Wood
Edition: illustrated
Published by...Read MORE...


1655 Marriage / Partner
Edward GRANNIS and Elizabeth ANDREWS 3 May 1655, Hartford, Connecticut, USA
1656 Death of Spouse/Partner
Elizabeth ANDREWS died 21 March 1656, Hartford, Connecticut, USA
1656 Birth of Child
Joseph GRANNIS was born 31 March 1656, Hartford, Connecticut, USA
Hartford, Connecticut - 1666
'Family tradition holds that Edward Grannis was of Norman origin and that he had been baptized in the Established Church in England. Evidence of this is in Hartford when on November 22, 1666, Edward Grannis joined other, former members of the Anglican (Established) Church, and asked for permission to become members of the First Church of Hartford, a Puritan congregation. This Norman view coincides with another family tradition that holds the...Read MORE...


Hadley, Massachusetts - 1671
'On March 18, 1671, Edward sold three parcels of land he owned in Hartford and moved to Hadley, Massachusetts...'

Source:
One Life at a Time: A New World Family Narrative, 1630-1960
By R. Thomas Collins, Joseph S. Wood
Contributor Joseph S. Wood
Edition: illustrated
Published by RavensYard Publishing, Ltd., 1999
ISBN 0966788303, 9780966788303
244 pages
Page 75
1671 Birth of Child
Sarah GRANNIS was born 20 October 1671, Hadley, Massachusetts, USA
1674 Birth of Child
John GRANNIS was born 5 December 1674, Hadley, Massachusetts, USA
1676 Birth of Child
Joseph GRANNIS was born 12 March 1676, Watertown, Connecticut, USA (Oakville)
New Haven, Connecticut - 1677
'In the wake of King Philp's War, the Grannis family left Hadley in 1677 and returned to New Haven where they took up residence in a section of North Haven called Montowese.'

Source:
One Life at a Time: A New World Family Narrative, 1630-1960
By R. Thomas Collins, Joseph S. Wood
Contributor Joseph S. Wood
Edition: illustrated
Published by RavensYard Publishing, Ltd., 1999
ISBN 0966788303, 9780966788303
244 pages
Page 76
1688 Birth of Child
Anne GRANNIS was born 3 June 1688, New Haven, Connecticut, USA (Westville)
New Haven, Connecticut - 1696
'...on June 28, 1696 were admitted as members of the First Church of New Haven. New Haven records identifyy Eward as a 'cordwainer,' a tanner and worker of leather. Hannah died in North Haven in 1711 and was buried in Montowese Cemetery, where a small red sandstone marker reads: HG 1711. Edward Grannis died in New Haven December 10, 1719 and is buried in Montowese Cemetery, where a red sandstone marker reads: EG Dec 10 1719'

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Death
Grannis '...Edward, of Hartford, Hadley, Mass. & NH, d 10 Dec 1719 NHV'

Source:
Families of Ancient New Haven. (Online database. NewEnglandAncestors.org. New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2008.) Originally published as New Haven genealogical magazine. vols. I-VIII. Compiled by Donald Lines Jacobus. 8 vols. Rome, New York: Clarence D. Smith, 1923-1932.
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Grave
Montowese Cemetery
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Edward is buried at: Montowese Cemetery
Quinnipiac Avenue
North Haven, Connecticut
North Haven, Connecticut, USA


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