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Julia Ann Earl & Charles Grant Onieda County 1820 to 1847
Posted by: Claire Marie Grant (ID *****3038) Date: January 11, 2003 at 18:57:19
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Hello List,
I am seaarcing for anything I can find on my Great Great Grandparents Julia Ann Earl & Charles Francis Grant. Julia Ann was the daughter of John Earl & ? .
Born in Onieda Co., Married in same.

Here is Julia's obit;

From the Sebeka Review Dated Friday, Novmber 21, 1913
(Sebeka Minnesota)typed in just as it was witten in Original Paper.
Mrs. Grant, the mother of David and John Grant, prominrnt farmers of Paddock, died Wednesday afternoon at one o'clock at the home of the latter with whom she made her home. She was a little over 92 years of age and had been in feeble health for several years. The Review understands that the funeral will be held this afternoon.

Sebeka Review Vol 15 - Friday Dec 5, 1913 (Sebeka Minnesota)
-- Typed exactly as it reads in the paper including typo's.

Good Woman Gone

Receiving the news late we could, last week but briefly mention the death of Mrs. Julia Grant who died at her home in Paddock on Nov. 18th. Mrs. Grant, familiarly known to a horde of acquaintances as Grandma, was one of the early pioneers of this locality. She was a woman of sterling character held in the highest respect by all who knew her and will be sorley missed. Below we give the particulars of her most useful life as written by one who has known her for many years:
Julia Ann Earl was born in Oneida county, N.Y., October 5th., 1821 and died November 18, 1913. She married in 1842 to Charles Francis Grant. Soon after their marriage they came to Wisconsin, from there to Iowa, where they lived until 33 years ago, when they immigrated to Paddock, Minn., where she has since resided. She survived her husband 23 years. Four children were born to bless their union, namely: Mrs. Mary Bryan of McLeod, N. D., John and David, who live in Paddock, and William who died two years ago at his in Iowa.
Having always been a devoted Christian, a kind and loving mother and a good neighbor , she will be greatly missed by all who knew her. She joined the Methodist Episcopal church at an early age and was great helper in the church as long as her health permitted. She was one of five generations, having three living children six grand children, twenty greatgrand children and five great great grand children.

Funeral services were held at the home of her son John on Friday at 1:30 o'clock Rev. Stokes officiating. She was laid to rest in the Paddock cemetery beside her husband.
-- Menahga Journal.

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