Grover L'Hommedieu

Southold, Suffolk County, New York, USA
Death 1 Jun 1821 (aged 79)
Norwich, New London County, Connecticut, USA
Burial Norwich, New London County, Connecticut, USA
Memorial ID 17345993 · View Source
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Grover signed the Association from Suffolk County May 1775. He enlisted in February 1776 in Colonel Josiah Smith's First Regiment of Minute Men, Suffolk County, in which regiment his brother, Samuel L'Hommedieu, was a Captain.
On April 1, 1776 he was a Sergeant in Colonel Josiah Smith's Regiment of Minute Men of Bridgehampton, in Captain David Pierson's Company.
He was a Refugee from Bridge Hampton to Norwich, Conn. On September 2, 1776 he was brought over by Captain Ichabod Cole.
His home in Norwich, east of the park, was a quaint old mansion with a lean-to, and the rope walk was conspicuous with its red paint.
He was one of the original proprietors of Chelsea Grammar School. Grover entered into the Second Congregational Church covenant April 30, 1787, and his children -- Polly, Suky, Ezra, Sally, Easter, Joseph, Nabby and Joshua Norman were baptised there December 2, 1787.

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Gravesite Details Husband of [1] Esther Vail: 27 Dec 1763 [2] Elizabeth Tracy: m. 6 Oct 1792. Son of Sylvester L'Hommedieu & Elizabeth Booth.




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