Grant Wickwire papers
Scope and Contents
Deeds, promissory notes, and a certificate indicating service in the American Revolution relating to Litchfield, Conn., resident Grant Wickwire (1760-1848).
Grant Wickwire was born in Colchester, Conn. He settled in Litchfield County in 1788. He served in the American Revolution and received a pension. In 1791, he married Sarah Throop (1776-1821), the daughter of William Throop and Eunice Stilson. Grant Wickwire and Sarah Throop Wickwire had thirteen children.
- created: 1789-1823
- Wickwire, Grant, 1760-1848 (Person)
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Language of Materials
The papers are arranged in one series by type and then chronologically.
Existence and Location of Originals
multi-part note content
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- Grant Wickwire papers
- Leith Johnson
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