BORN 1 OCT 1802 Wiltshire, England
Seems James died before the 1851 census as he does not appear at this time. His wife Eliza was head of the house then.istory.ac.uk/vch/wilts/vol15/pp275-284 says there were only about 200 people in Winterbourne Stoke at the time, so a James of the right age marrying an Eliza sounds like a good bet. There's a mention istory.ac.uk/vch/wilts/vol15/pp275-284 says there were only about 200 people in Winterbourne Stoke at the time, so a James of the right age marrying an Eliza sounds like a good bet. There's a mention of "Grant's Barn" standing in Winterbourne Stoke at that time there too7.142858505249px;">"on or near the site of Grant's Barn, a group of farm buildings standing in 1866 and demolished c. 1990"
FATHER John Grant 1774 - ??
MOTHER Elizabeth Grant 1774 - ??SPOUSE Eliza Gilbert - ??
We have 2 ancestors for James, 0 for his father John, none for his mother Elizabeth. James lived during the industrial revolution. We have 14 descendents for James. We have 783 people in this family tree with 100 different family names, including 18 called Grant. Grant is the 5th most common last name in our tree.
James is 4x great-grandfather to Paul Leslie CLARKE
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