Evelyn,, I thought you might like haveour GrubbVivian AncestryinmyWiltshire, Cornwall and Delaware verified research that Ihave only sharedwith my familyexcept myrecent 5/04/10message tothe Vivian Forum 441-of 442"Is an Emanuel Vivian thegrandfather of John Grubb(1652-1708)Del.
THE GRUBB DESCENDANTS THE WiltshireVisitations (1623) with additions by Thomas Lyte in 1628 HenryGrubb Esq. d. 1581MP for Devizes 1571m, Agnes,Daughter and heir of (Stephens of Burderope) Thomas GrubbEsq. d. 1617m. Susan Hart d. 1646Daughter and heir ofJohn Hart of Bristol,their 1st sonJohn Esq. 1589-1649,2nd son Thomas, 3rd son Henry , 4th son Thomas.
Judge Ignatius Grubb of Delaware met Admiral Walter Hunt-Grubbe on acruise and the Admiralthought rhatthey sharedaJohn Grubb in Stokes Climsland,CornwallTheJudge in 1893 visited for 2 days at the Grubb Eastwell Mansion in Potterne, Wilts. with the Admiraland his cousin CaptainHenryHunt-GrubbThey provided himwith a complete pedigree of the Wiltshire, Grubb Family starting with HenryGrubb Esqd. 1581 . > The pedigree stated that Thomas the 2nd son of ThomasGrubbE sq. and SHartwasthe father of the John Grubb who went to Cornwall andhas hasproved to be correctbut then they made a serious mistake .They saidhe was Thomas Grubbb. 1594 who was the 4th son, a prominent clergymanin Cranfield, Beds.Too young, and no sons were listed in his 1652 will > Thomas Grubb Jr. d. 1630, the 2nd sonalso a Reverendhasproven to be the father of the John Grubb, his 2nd son, who went to Cornwall andverifies our Wiltshire ancestry.John was notborn in 1610 as thepedigreestates but in 1614.Perhaps there wasa deceased first son namedThomas b 1610. > This is all I have on our Wiltshire Grubb Ancestry, theEmanuel Vivian message I mentioned in the beginning of this message verifies Judge Grubb'spedigree inCornwall. Italsoincludes my Sources and Comments about both of these messages (I forgotto mention in that message,the birth of Sarah and GeorgetoJohn andElinor Grubb in 1663Their names couldbe helpful in the search for Helen’s (Elinor) ancestors
If you have any questions or comments on either messageyou can reach meat my email firstname.lastname@example.org > Your distant cousin Harriet >