Cover image for Grosvenor family genealogy : papers of the Sardis L. Crissey family, c.1837-1945, n.d.
Grosvenor family genealogy : papers of the Sardis L. Crissey family, c.1837-1945, n.d.
Physical Description:
2.5 linear ft. (6 manuscript boxes)
Consists of records collected and created by the Crissey branch of the Grosvenor family. Contains manuscripts of genealogies and charts of the Grosvenor family and its branches, with a small amount focusing on the Crissey branch. Also includes photographs, newspaper clippings, correspondence, and historical accounts of the Grosvenor family.

Organized into four series, this collection details the genealogy of the Grosvenor family as assembled by Sardis, Hannah, and Mabel Crissey. It is comprised of an unpublished manuscript, ancestral charts, correspondence, and photographs documenting the Grovenors and various family branches. Series I. This series encompasses the bulk of the collection, and contains Grosvenor family genealogies, ancestral charts, and family history manuscript. Series II. Series II contains correspondence of the Crissey family, anmely Sardis L., Hannah Maria, and Mabel Edith and mainly relates Grosvenor family history. Five glass plate negatives with images of an unknown document in Spanish are also included in this series. The document, seemingly correspondence, is dated 1794 with visible signatures of Esteban Miro, governor of the Luisiana territory and Florida. The relationship of these documents to the Crissey or Grosvenor families is unclear. Series III. Photographs are organized in this series, and consist of portraits, grave markers, and homes. Series IV. Sardis, Hannah, and Mabel also compiled records on the Crissey family history and genealogy. Consisting mainly of notebooks, these records are located in Series IV as Notes on the Crissey family.
Grosvenor family genealogies, c.1866-1926 -- Correspondence, c.1892-1945 -- Photographs, c.1861-1914 -- Notes on the Crissey family, c.1837, 1861, 1877.
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