New Castle County
Samuel Grubb was a Bradford, Pennsylvania, mason who was responsible for many of the large structures used by the Grubb family in their various enterprises. Samuel became a Quaker at Concord Meeting in 1732, and was an overseer of Birmingham Meeting between 1749 and 1756. He contributed fifty pounds toward the construction of that building which is still in use today. He married Mary Bellarby, a widow, in 1745 and adopted her daughter Hannah. While apparently not provable, it is highly likely Samuel is buried here.
John Grubb (1652 - 1708)
Frances Grubb (1660 - 1720)
Hannah Bellarby Grubb (1737 - 1795)*
Emanuel Grubb (1682 - 1767)*
John Grubb (1684 - 1758)*
Joseph Grubb (1685 - 1747)*
Charity Grubb Beeson (1687 - 1761)*
Phebe Grubb Hadley (1690 - 1769)*
Samuel Grubb (1691 - 1760)
Henry Grubb (1692 - 1770)*
Nathaniel Grubb (1693 - 1760)*
Peter Grubb (1702 - 1754)*
As a member of this church, it is highly likely he is buried here.
Bradford Friends Burying Ground
Created by: Lynn S. Grubb
Record added: May 05, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 52035140
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