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"Roxie Ann" Rosanna Grant Smith was born 16 March 1825 in Naples, Ontario County, New York, United States to Joshua Grant (1778-1865) and Athalia Nan Howard (1786-1853) and died 30 March 1900 in Lathrop, Clinton County, Missouri, United States of unspecified causes. She married William B Smith (1811-1893) 19 May 1847 in Knox County, Illinois. Ancestors are from the United States.


Biography

Roxie Ann Rosanna Grant was the second wife married William B Smith (1811-1893) who was previously married to her older sister. Married William B Smith on May 19, 1847 in Knox IL; they had a son Hyrum Wallace and a daughter Thalia. Roxie was the 2nd of William's 4 wives.

They divorced each other in bitterness in 1853. He had 5 other children.




Offspring of William B Smith and Roxie Ann Rosanna Grant (1825-1900)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Thalia Grant Smith (1848-1924)
Hyrum Wallace Smith (1850-1935)
Fannie Helen Smith (1872-)

Siblings


Offspring of Joshua Grant III and Athalia Nan Howard (1786-1853)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Joshua Grant (1805-1859)
Lois Grant (1807-1867)
Austin Gillette Grant (1808-1895)
Nelson Grant (1810-1892)
George Davis Grant (1812-1876)
Caroline Amanda Grant (1814-1845) 22 January 1814 Windsor, Broome County, New York, United States 22 May 1845 Nauvoo, Hancock County, Illinois, United States William B Smith (1811-1893)

Jedediah Morgan Grant (1816-1856)
Joshua Frederick Grant (1818-1851)
Theda Grant (1821-1909)
Thomas Jefferson Grant (1823-1899)
Roxie Ann Rosanna Grant (1825-1900) 16 March 1825 Naples, Ontario County, New York, United States 30 March 1900 Lathrop, Clinton County, Missouri, United States William B Smith (1811-1893)

Howard Grant (1829-1859)


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