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World War I Draft Registration Cards
World War I Draft Registration Cards
PDF file - Contains the draft registration cards of 41 Tuers/Turse men, Truss, Holliday, Goodman, and Grangers known to the website administrator as of Dec 2005. 
 
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Thomas Stanley Granger Volunteer Enlistment and Recruit Statement, August 1862
Thomas Stanley Granger Volunteer Enlistment and Recruit Statement, August 1862
Thomas S. Granger must have looked young at the time, because they made him get his mothers signature to validate his age. Actually early in the war (1861) there was a huge problem with underage kids signing up. If the parents caught the unit before it left the local courts jurisdiction a writ of habeus corpus could be issued. This would tie up the regimental commander, the company commander, and the recruiting officers up in court. At this point in the war recruiters made sure the paper work was correct.

Source of record image: U.S. National Archives & Records Administration, Military Service Branch.
 
 
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Thomas Granger
Thomas Granger
Thomas and his brother, William H. volunteered to fight in the Civil War, joining the 48th N.Y. on August 19,1862. Both served through the war. Thomas was wounded in the right leg late in the war, and was discharged from Mower Hospital July 7, 1865.  William H. was discharged on June 27, 1865 at Raleigh N.C.  In December of 1896 Thomas packed the three children off to in-laws, and checkedd himself into The National Home for Volunteer soldiers.  He lived in three different soldiers homes and finally passed away in Dayton, Ohio on January 23, 1916.  Thomas is buried in the Dayton National Cemetery in Dayton Ohio section 1 row 14 site 29. 
 
 
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Robert (Robbie) Henry Granger
Robert (Robbie) Henry Granger
About 1918 - age 25 
 
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Ritter/Granger/Turse Cousins
L-R rear, Betty Jeanne Granger, George Granger III, Frieda Ritter, Aunt Lil Ritter and sister Caroline Granger
L-R front, Julie Granger, Marion McDaid,  Joan Turse
Ritter/Granger/Turse Cousins L-R rear, Betty Jeanne Granger, George Granger III, Frieda Ritter, Aunt Lil Ritter and sister Caroline Granger L-R front, Julie Granger, Marion McDaid, Joan Turse
 
 
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Joan Turse with Ethel Kruimer, wife of George Granger, Jr. and Grandfather George Granger, Sr.
Joan Turse with Ethel Kruimer, wife of George Granger, Jr. and Grandfather George Granger, Sr.
 
 
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Jim Turse, site host.
Jim Turse, site host.
Welcome to our family history website. Primary families we are currently researching include: Turse/Tuers/Toers, Goodman, Granger, Hering, Holliday, Jones and MacDonald. Family members who are registered may add their own records, view living members information, and dowload GEDCOMS.  
 
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James Granger, 1850, Green-Wood Cemetery, Brooklyn, NY
James Granger, 1850, Green-Wood Cemetery, Brooklyn, NY
One of New York’s most notorious industrial accidents was the Hague Street Calamity of 1850, where more than sixty men and boys were killed in a boiler explosion that demolished two buildings. James Granger, was among the fatalities; one of several whose remains took two days to identify. Only twenty-five years-old at the time, he left a wife and two young children. 
 
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Irene Jaeger Granger
Irene Jaeger Granger
Taken about 1915, age 19, wife of Robert Granger 
 
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Granger Address Map, Brooklyn, NY
Granger Address Map, Brooklyn, NY
Early Granger Address locations in "the old neighborhood." Not one dwelling remains. For those trying to orient the maps, it is essentially upside down; north to Manhattan is at the bottom, Brooklyn Heights at right, Williamsburgh far left beyond the Navy Yard / Wallabout Bay. – Contributed by Russell Granger, Nov 2008 
 
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George Mowbray Granger and wife, Annie Reid Wilcox
George Mowbray Granger and wife, Annie Reid Wilcox
After George's death, Annie married Theodore R. Eveland 28 Nov 1900 
 
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George Granger & Caroline Federlichner, maternal grandparents of Jim Turse, photographed in the living room of their home at 49 North Maple Avenue, Park Ridge, NJ
George Granger & Caroline Federlichner, maternal grandparents of Jim Turse, photographed in the living room of their home at 49 North Maple Avenue, Park Ridge, NJ
 
 
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George F Granger Home
George F Granger Home
House was owned by George F. Granger, Sr., 49 North Maple Avenue, Park Ridge, NJ. The original house had a screen porch that wrapped the front and left side. The driveway and garage were separate from the house, in the back. The home was where Jim and Joan Turse lived as children with their parents and grandparents. The Turse family slept in the attic, and the Grangers had an apartment on the second floor. There was only one bathroom - located between the second floor and the attic stairs (note shade in corner window). No one had much privacy! The car shown parked in the gravel drive is parked approximately in the location of the original water well on the property. The Yeo family lived nearby in the house to the left rear, with the columned porch. 
 
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Emily Granger, daughter of John Granger and Elizabeth Cobb
Emily Granger, daughter of John Granger and Elizabeth Cobb
Inscription, 74y 11m 20d Wife of Jacob Shaw 
 
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Elizabeth Granger, wife of Charles Gillen
Elizabeth Granger, wife of Charles Gillen
Elizabeth is daughter of John Granger and wife, Elizabeth Mordey.  
 
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Early Granger, son of John Granger and Elizabeth Cobb
Early Granger, son of John Granger and Elizabeth Cobb
Burial includes wives, Hannah Maria Jennison (or Jemison), second wife Margaret, and son Franklin H. Granger 
 
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Early Granger Chief Engineer License
Early Granger Chief Engineer License
Ferry Boat Chief Engineer Certificate issued New York 1894 
 
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Early Granger and Mary Dougherty
Early Granger and Mary Dougherty
Green-Wood Cemetery, Brooklyn, NY 
 
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Early and Mary Granger house, Carll Street, Brooklyn, NY
Early and Mary Granger house, Carll Street, Brooklyn, NY
145 Carll Street Illustration -- Drawn as a period image from a 1930s photograph that was taken just prior to the street's demolition. The second house from the right is where Early and Mary lived in 1850. James was killed in the Hague Street explosion in that year, and his wife and child came to live here. – Contributed by Russell Granger, Nov 2008 
 
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Early and Mary Granger house on Navy Street, Brooklyn, NY
Early and Mary Granger house on Navy Street, Brooklyn, NY
Early & Mary Granger House - Navy Street photograph taken in 1927 -- No way to confirm absolutely (as with the Carll street house, where we are certain of the exact location), but it is very likely that one of these small dwellings was Early and Mary's residence in 1853. – Contributed by Russell Granger, Nov 2008 
 
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Chas Everest Granger wife child
Chas Everest Granger wife child
Charles Granger married Nellie Seaman, and had two daughters, Helen and Margaret. We are uncertain as to which child this is. Please let us know if you have more info. 
 
22
Arthur W. Granger circa 1958
Arthur W. Granger circa 1958
 
 


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