GRANT Family Outline Descent Tree(s) (ODT)
Name formsGrant, Graunt
OriginEnglish, Scottish :
- Derived from the Old French word "grand", meaning tall or large. The name was given to those who were of exceptional proportions or was used in addition to the first name when different members of the same family were given the same first names, often used to distinguish a younger member from an older one.
- Uncertain etymology. Probably a transformation of Grantham.
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(as of 2014-09-06), =::Cross reference
|GRANT, Frederick Dent [1850-1912] – American soldier, son of POTUS Grant, Major General, U.S. Army GRAN452 6C4|
|GRANT, John P. [1853-?] – American jurist ::> Jurists: judges of high courts ::> GRAN177 2C4|
|GRANT, Peter P. [1793-1849] – American army officer ::> Military leaders ::> GRAN57 4GGFa|
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