Ulysses Grant Garner"s family & genealogy

by Leslie C. Dunnington

Publisher: Dunnington in [Drexel? Mo

Written in English
Published: Pages: 25 Downloads: 275
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Photocopy of typescript.

Statementby Leslie C. Dunnington.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsCS71.G2348 1978
The Physical Object
Pagination25 leaves ;
Number of Pages25
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4766148M
LC Control Number78113618

Ulysses S. Grant, 18th president, was penniless in old age and wrote a book of memoirs so his wife could live off of the royalties. Mark Twain heard the best offer was 10% and immediately offered the former president 75%. The book was a success, giving Grant's widow about $, in royalties.   KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- The last surviving great-grandson of Ulysses S. Grant has died in a southwest Missouri home brimming with artifacts from the nation's 18th president and commander of. The first child of Jesse R. Grant and Hannah Simpson, Hiram Ulysses Grant was born on Ap , in the family's hometown of Ravenna, Ohio. Jesse had settled there in his early twenties and opened a tannery that sent its leather down the Ohio Valley to Point Pleasant for trading. Other family members: Jacob Groff (–), was a prominent Pennsylvania American Revolutionary War soldier of Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. Ulysses Grant Groff (–), was a noted philanthropist who donated tracts of land to Amherst College and the City of .

Tagged beard, civil war, Leavenworth, Lee, President, surrender, Ulysses S. Grant 1 Comment Cloudy with a chance of records February 9, by Mary, posted in News and Events. Cyrus Ballou Comstock (February 3, – ) was a career officer in the Regular Army of the United States. After graduating from the United States Military Academy at West Point in , Comstock served with the Army Corps of the beginning of the American Civil War, he assisted with the fortification of Washington, D.C. In , he was transferred to the field. But there is much more to Grant than the military and the presidency. Just a little research into his past reveals that he was born, not Ulysses S. Grant, but rather Hiram Ulysses Grant on Ap , in Point Pleasant, Ohio. So, where did the “S” come from? The story begins with Grant’s childhood, which was quiet for such a historic. Born in Cohoctah, Livingston, Michigan, United States on 11 Oct to Marshall Barrett Morton and Frances Ann Ferris. Ulysses Grant Morton married Adelaide Adela LeDuc and had 2 children. He passed away on 9 Dec in Rural Deerfield, Livingston, Michigan, USA.

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When Hiram Ulysses Grant was born, his home state of Ohio was the "far West." Soon after Grant's birth, his father, Jesse R. Grant, moved the family to nearby Georgetown, where he opened a tannery.

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