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George Granger
Born Nov 28, 1658 Newbury MA
Died Aug 6, 1729 Turkey Hills (now East Granby), Simsbury CT

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Father/Emigrant
Mother/Emigrant
SPOUSE CHILDREN
Lydia Younglove

m. Apr 26, 1693
Suffield CT
b. 1672?
Hadley MA
d. 1730?
Suffield CT
John

b. May 30, 1694
Suffield CT
d. Sep 6, 1782
Simsbury CT
Lydia

b. May 7, 1696
Suffield CT
d. Jun 6, 1706/7
Windsor CT
Rebecca

b. Aug 2, 1697
Suffield CT
d. 1774
Egremont, Berkshire MA
Mercy

b. Jun 24, 1700
Suffield CT

George

b. Mar 27, 1702
Suffield CT
d. 1796
Westfield MA
Rachel

b. Apr 17, 1704
Suffield CT
d. Feb 24, 1723
Isaac

b. Oct 5, 1706
Suffield CT

Lydia

b. Apr 6, 1709
Suffield CT
d. Jul 25, 1709
Suffield CT
Daniel

b. Sep 16, 1710
Suffield CT
d. Mar, 1757
Granville NY
Elisha

b. Mar 19, 1715
Suffield CT

Accused in court in 1691 of neglecting public worship, and pleaded sickness, weakness and want of clothes.
George Granger was awarded one of the original Suffield lots on High St. The lot adjoined Launcelot's to the south extending west to Muddy Creek. Suffield Site Map showing adjoining Granger lots along the center of High St.
George Moved to Turkey Hills, 5 miles west of the Suffield meetinghouse after being sued, apparently unsuccessfully, by the town for his wife's support.
Wife Lydia, whose father was the town's minister until his death three years before she married George, did not seem to live up to Puritan ideals either. She was eventually sent to the House of Corrections or poorhouse.
Sources:
Granger, James N., Launcelot Granger of Newbury, Mass. and Suffield, Conn.: A Genealogical History, 1895, pp.64, 81.
Granger, James N., "Suffield", Chapter 7 of Granger Genealogy, photocopied from the book, Niagara Falls, 1893, pp. 45-48.
Suffield Historical Society, website, Family History of Launcelot Granger.