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Re: Stant, Grover Cleveland
Posted by: Sarah Stant (ID *****8583) Date: May 07, 2012 at 07:20:36
In Reply to: Re: Stant, Grover Cleveland by virginia bryce of 13

About 10 years ago I did extensive geneology research which is in a file at my mother's home. I will see her this weekend and touch base with you after that for more specifics as I have birthdates etc.... in that file, but off the top of my head here is some information:

Grover was my father's paternal grandather. He had 3 children: Eugene, Everett (my grandfather) and Ella Mae (I have to check on her name) all born 1920's. They were raised in Crisfield, Md and were involved in the crab/clam business. My grandfather and his brother stayed in the Maryland/Delaware area. Ella moved to Florida. I actually never met my grandfather as my grandmother and he divorced when my father was young. Everett married and had 2 children (my father and aunt- who are both deceased). He passed in the late 1980's but was remarried and living outside of Charlotte, SC. My grandmother always spoke very kindly of Grover and said he was a kind, warm soul. I believe his wife's name was Nina Lawson (again, I'd want to double check my paperwork).

Eugene had a couple children also, one of which I found through geneology research online. I have some pictures as well. Maybe we could skype one day next week? I am in NY so on EST. My personal e-mail is: sarah.stant@gmail.com. Would love to touch base and compare notes.


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