Person:Granville Wardwell (2)

Granville Wardwell
d.BEF 1920
m. 9 JUN 1835
  1. Granville Wardwell1837 - BEF 1920
  2. Harlan Page Wardwell1841 - 1897
  3. Twin Son Wardwell1841 - 1841
  4. Ezra Lyman Wardwell1844 - 1898
  5. Orlan Newell Wardwell1848 - 1916
m. 25 NOV 1860
  1. James Clifton Wardwell1861 - 1869
  2. Edward C. Wardwell1863 - 1944
  3. Jennie Louise Wardwell1864 - 1951
  4. Robert Granvillle Wardwell1870 - 1875
Facts and Events
Name Granville Wardwell
Gender Male
Birth[1] 4 MAR 1837 Ferrisburg, Addison, VT
Marriage 25 NOV 1860 Deefield, Franklin, MAto Ellen Maria Jewett
Death[2] BEF 1920
Occupation? Hotel Keeper in 1870, Commercial Agent in 1880, Paper Dealer in 1900, Owns Wallpaper Store in 1910

Marriage record says he was born in Vergennes, VT. In Deerfield, MA at 1870 census with $2000 in real estate and 300 in personal estate.

Living in Winchester, NH at 1880, 1900 & 1910 Census. 1889, 1893, 1899 & 1901 Keene directories show him as the owner of G. Wardwell & Co, living in Winchester. 1907 Keene Directory lists him as a dealer of paints and painters' supplies, wall paper and room mouldings at 26 Main Street, residing in Winchester. 1908 Winchester Directory shows him living at 24 Parker. 1913 Directory shows him also dealing in graphophones.

Listed in Gazetteer of Cheshire County, N.H., 1736-1885, as a dealer in artistic wall paper and borders, window shades of any style or size, also a traveling agent for Warren, Fuller & Lange of New York.

"Granville Wardwell, while ill recently, was obliged to cancel several lecture engagements, much to the regret of his would-be audience. Mr. Wardwell is gaining ground as a lecturer, and is frequently called away from town to give his lecture on "Quebec and the wonders of the Saguenay." -New Hampshire Sentinel 05 February 1890

"Granville Wardwell and family, sojourning at Forest Lake, were visited on Sunday last by their son Ned, from Hartford." -New Hampshire Sentinel 26 August 1891

"Granville Wardwell has the contract for completing the Roman Catholic Church at Marlboro." -New Hampshire Sentinel 21 October 1891

  1. History of the Town of Sullivan, New Hampshire.
  2. 1920 United States Census.