Posted By:Harriet Graham
Subject:Re: Cornwall 1623, Roger Vivian's daughter Jane Vivian
Post Date:May 17, 2010 at 21:29:16
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Evelyn,, I thought you might like have our Grubb Vivian Ancestry in my Wiltshire, Cornwall and Delaware verified research that I have only shared with my family except my recent 5/04/10 message to the Vivian Forum 441-of 442 "Is an Emanuel Vivian the grandfather of John Grubb (1652-1708) Del.

THE Wiltshire Visitations (1623) with additions by Thomas Lyte in 1628
Henry Grubb Esq. d. 1581 MP for Devizes 1571 m, Agnes, Daughter and
heir of (Stephens of Burderope)
Thomas Grubb Esq. d. 1617 m. Susan Hart d. 1646 Daughter and heir of John Hart of Bristol, their 1st son John Esq. 1589-1649, 2nd son Thomas, 3rd son Henry , 4th son Thomas.

Judge Ignatius Grubb of Delaware met Admiral Walter Hunt-Grubbe on a cruise and the Admiral thought rhat they shared a John Grubb in Stokes Climsland, Cornwall The Judge in 1893 visited for 2 days at the Grubb Eastwell Mansion in Potterne, Wilts. with the Admiral and his cousin Captain Henry Hunt-Grubb They provided him with a complete pedigree of the Wiltshire, Grubb Family starting with Henry Grubb Esq d. 1581 .
> The pedigree stated that Thomas the 2nd son of Thomas GrubbE sq. and SHart was the father of the John Grubb who went to Cornwall andhas hasproved to be correct but then they made a serious mistake . They said he was Thomas Grubb b. 1594 who was the 4th son, a prominent clergyman in Cranfield, Beds. Too young, and no sons were listed in his 1652 will
Thomas Grubb Jr. d. 1630, the 2nd son also a Reverend has proven to be the father of the John Grubb, his 2nd son, who went to Cornwall and verifies our Wiltshire ancestry. John was not born in 1610 as the pedigree states but in 1614. Perhaps there was a deceased first son named Thomas b 1610.
This is all I have on our Wiltshire Grubb Ancestry, the Emanuel Vivian message I mentioned in the beginning of this message verifies Judge Grubb's pedigree in Cornwall. It also includes my Sources and Comments about both of these messages
(I forgot to mention in that message, the birth of Sarah and George to John and Elinor Grubb in 1663 Their names could be helpful in the search for Helenís (Elinor) ancestors

If you have any questions or comments on either message you can reach me at my email address
Your distant cousin Harriet