Reuben Grant, 18511906 (age 54 years)

Name
Reuben Grant
Given names
Reuben
Surname
Grant
Birth December 27, 1851
MarriageMinnie FeisView this family
August 1, 1883 (Age 31 years)
Birth of a daughter
#1
Cora May Grant
December 20, 1884 (Age 32 years)
Birth of a son
#2
Forest Grant
October 1892 (Age 40 years)
Birth of a daughter
#3
Lillian Grant
October 1895 (Age 43 years)
Death July 4, 1906 (Age 54 years)
Cause of death: Heart attack
Note:

Obituary Mr Grant was born in Argyle, MA in 1851. He came to this city about 30 years ago. He was an industrious kind, honest man, a most genial companion, and a loving husband and father. For a year or more he suffered from heat disease and that caused his death.

Surviving him are his widow, the son Forest and the daughters, Cora and Lillian Grant. Two sisters Mrs. William Freer and Mrs. John Dahl, live in MA.

Burial
Cemetery: Fairview cemetery
Note: Plot B20, L17
Family with parents
father
mother
himself
Family with Minnie Feis
himself
wife
Marriage: August 1, 1883Stillwater, Washington Co, Minnesota, USA
17 months
daughter
8 years
son
Forest Grant
Birth: October 1892 40 28Stillwater, Washington Co, Minnesota, USA
Death: May 21, 1959St. Paul, Ramsey Co, Minnesota, USA
3 years
daughter
Lillian Grant
Birth: October 1895 43 31Stillwater, Washington Co, Minnesota, USA
Death: January 28, 1985St. Paul, Ramsey Co, Minnesota, USA
Death

Obituary Mr Grant was born in Argyle, MA in 1851. He came to this city about 30 years ago. He was an industrious kind, honest man, a most genial companion, and a loving husband and father. For a year or more he suffered from heat disease and that caused his death.

Surviving him are his widow, the son Forest and the daughters, Cora and Lillian Grant. Two sisters Mrs. William Freer and Mrs. John Dahl, live in MA.

Burial

Plot B20, L17

Note

Couple lived at 1348 S. 1st Street in Stillwater. Lived in Stillwater for 30 years prior to death in 1906 Wife and 2 children moved from Stillwater in 1910 to St. Paul on 1939 N Victoria street. Two sisters, Mrs. William Freer and Mrs. John Dahl