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Penelope Elizabeth Grove 23 Dec 1816 - 26 May 1906

Evidence confidence: Definitive - Birth day and month given in Journal as well as LDS C009912 497352:
Christened: 04 May 1817, Weston Under Lizard, Stafford, England

We are not sure when Penelope joined her sisters to teach in Halifax, Nova Scotia and later at the Grove home in Beaverbank, Nova Scotia.

Exerpts from the unknown author's Journal referring to Penelope:

1860
October, 20th, Came back from Boston.
saw Penelope wave on board the Canada on Weds the 17th. came from Boston by way of Worcester, Springfield, Hartford and New Haven.
I staid two days at Mrs Jacobs, and saw the Great Republican torch light procession which took place in the night of tuesday the 16th.
Birth days
P's on the 23rd of December

300
Mortgage Grove to Grove Proved April 8th 1886 at 1 O'clock P.M. by Certified Oath of Geo F. Smithers

This Indenture made this Eighth day of April in the year of Our Lord One thousand eight hundred and eighty six Between T. Bowyer Grove of Beaver Bank in the County of Halifax in the Province of Nova Scotia Farmer of the one part and Penelope Grove for and in consideration of the sum of Five hundred and fifty Dollars of lawful money of the Dominion of Canada to the said T. Bowyer Grove in hand well and truly paid by the said Penelope Grove at or before the ensealing and delivery of these presents Doth grant bargain sell alien enfeoff release remise convey and confrim unto the said Penelope Grove her heirs and assigns All the equal underivided Fifth portion or share of and in Three several tracks of land following, that is to say

1.  All that track of land situate lying and being Eastward of the Road leading from Sackville to Windsor. Beginning at the Southern angle of land granted to Colin Campbell commonly known and called Beaver Bank continuing Two hundred acres more or less purchased by John H. Fleiger from one John Pleasant

2.  Also All that track of land situate near Beaver Bank aforesaid containing Five hundred acres more or less being granted to one John Meyer of Halifax Tailor and by him conveyed to John H. Fleiger by Indentrue being on the 30th day of September A.D. 1881

3.  Also All that track of land being part of Five hundred acres granted to one Thomas Mould situate between Windsor Road and the Grand Shubenacadie Lake containing Four hundred acres more or less

together with all and singular the houses outhouses barns buildings ways waters water ways water courses easements hereditaments privileges and appurtenances to the same belonging or in any wise appurtaining with the revision and revisions remainder and remainders and rents issues and profits thereof and all the estate right title interest claim property and demand both at Law and Equity of him the said T. Bowyer Grove of into or out of the same or any part there of To Have and To Hold the said land and premises with the appurtenances and every part there of unto the said Penelope Grove her heirs and assigns to her and theirs to use benefit and behoof forever.

Provided always and these presents are upon the condition and it is the true intent and meaning here of and of the parties here unto that if the said T. Bowyer Grove his heirs executors or administrators do and shall well and truly pay or cause to be paid unto the said Penelope Grove heirs executors administrators or assigns the just and full sum of Five hundred and fifty Dollars in one year from the date here of with interest there on at the rate of Six per centum per annum such interest to be paid in and two even and equal half yearly payments in the year on the Eighth days of October and April in each and every year until full payment of the whole principal and interest mentioned then these presents and every matter and thing therein contained shall be and become void and of none effect but otherwise to remain in full force and virtue And the said T. Bowyer Grove for himself his heirs executors and administrators covenants and agrees with the said Penelope Grove her heirs and assigns that the said T. Bowyer Grove his heirs executors or administrators shall and will well and truly pay or cause to be paid unto the said Penelope Grove...[rest of transcript not available at this time]

 

Like all her sisters, she didn't marry.

Siblings

Elizabeth Penelope   Anne     Helen      William     James    Edmund

Children


 

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