Looking for Descendents of Amos W. Griswold b. abt 1824 d. 1871 Windaham Co., CT s/o Asa an Maranda (Pierce) Griswold he married July 5, 1847 in Norwich, New London Co., CT to Sarah Marion Rathburn b.Sept. 1828 Ct d. March 21, 1911 Cowlitz Co., Washington d/o Elias and Sally Rathburn. Amos and Sarah had the following known children....
1. Helen b. abt 1852
2. Isabella b. bet. 1855/58
3. Harriet L. "Hattie" b. 1857
4. Alverse H. b. 1860
married Florance E. Hall on July 30, 1896
in Cowlitz Co., Washington
5. Edwin Ervin b. 1863
children: Evelyn, Homer, Wilma, Avis, Unknown Child
b.bef.1910 d. Bef. 1910, Edwin.
6. James Alfred "Jim" b. 1865
married Mytella Viola Webster poss. widow of James
Clark(e) (also may have divorced),
d/o Jesse B. an Betsy
7. William A. b. 1867
married: Mollie Jane Reece on Aug 7, 1892
in Cowlitza Co., Washington
8. Ella Eliza b. Mar. 23, 1870
married 1st. Alfred G/J Matteson on Nove. 26, 1884
married 2nd. Christain Valdamir Anderson on Nov 14, 1888
children: James A. Anderson b, Apr. 1885
(Could be son of Alfred that went by
Emma Violet Anderson b.Sept. 8, 1889
(Ella Eliza's family moved to
1880 Census of Windham Twp.,Windham Co., CT listed:
Sarah Griswold wid. 50 CT keeping House CT CT
Hattie 20 CT works in Mill CT CT
Alveroe 18 CT Grocery Clerk CT CT
Edwin 15 CT work in cotton mill CT CT
James 13 CT at school CT CT
William 12 CT " " CT CT
Ella 10 ct " " CT CT
Helen and Isabella are not list so may have married in Windham CT.
Sarah moved to Cowlitz Co., Washington bet. 1880-1884. She also about this time marries Andrew J. Mateson widowed husband of both "her sister Jane" and Martha J. Gates. Along on this move was Evelyn (Webster) Larkin sister of Myrtella Viola Webster. Evelyn married on Sept 15, 1875(family Bible) Thedore Park Larkin s/o Phineaus and Martha (Barstow) Larkin. How ever in the 1880 census of Windham, CT she is still living with her parents an given as single.
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