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Robert Seaman Granger (#5893527)
I'm trying to locate the burial site of Robert Seaman Granger's father, Ebenezer Granger, Esq. (b. 6 Jul 1781; d. 17 Sep 1822).

According to p. 811 of History of the Republican Party in Ohio, Vol. I, ed. by Joseph P. Smith, Ebenezer Granger was one of the two attorneys with whom Hon. Henry Stanbery (1803-1881), who became Ohio Atty Gen (1846-1851) and U.S. Atty Gen (1866-1868), studied law in Zanesville. (The other was Charles B. Goddard.) For someone who was a well-known attorney, it's odd that his grave hasn't been found. It seems that he should be buried somewhere near his son.

I suspect that his mother, Eliza Flanner, should be in Woodlawn, also. (I am creating a page for her.) She was alive as of the 1870 census of Zanesville, and not on the 1880, but oddly she has no death record. Zanesville began keeping death records as of 1867. Are there any unreadable stones in Robert's immediate vicinity that could be his parents?
Added by C.A. Brooman on Jul 17, 2017 10:16 AM

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