Daniel Grainger1

ID#106, (5 February 1821 - )
FatherDaniel Grainger1 b. cir. 1782, d. cir. Dec 1864
MotherMary Wright1 b. cir. 1783, d. bet. Jan 1857 - Mar 1857
Relationship4th great-uncle of Peter Grainger
ChartsDescendants of Daniel & Mary GRAINGER
Thomas & Mary (HEATH) GRAINGER
     Daniel Grainger was christened on 5 Feb 1821 in Claines, Worcester, England.1
     Daniel Grainger was considered as a potential duplicate of Daniel Grainger, but this has been discounted; as descendants of the Daniel GRAINGER/Mary SHAKESPEARE family have done their research and claimed him as a separate family.2,3 Daniel Grainger is a potential duplicate of Daniel Grainger; This chap (Daniel married to Eliza) may, or may not, be the son of Daniel and Mary, and therefore Edwin's brother.4 Daniel Grainger was not found in the census of 1851 in Worcester Nth or Sth, England.5 He was not found in the census of 1881 in Worcestershire, England.6
Last Edited13 Jun 2009


  1. Web sites: Various, online Various, IGI: chr Daniel GRAINGER, batch P021372 Film 1235450, extracted 12 Dec 2004.
  2. Web sites: Various, online Various, IGI: mar. 1841 Daniel GRAINGER and Mary SHAKESPEAR, batch M040271 Film 1238685, extracted 12 Dec 2004.
  3. Various, "Various Emails re GRAINGER," e-mail to L McIntosh (1), Email rcvd 20 Jan 2005 re SHAKESPEAR/GRAINGER from Steve PEARSON (e-mail address),.
  4. Ancestry.com, online Various databases, 1881 Census: Charlton Marshall, DOR Dist 8 RG11/2087 Folio 101 Page 3 Schedule #13, extracted 18 Feb 2005.
  5. 1851 Census, Worcester North, PRO HO 107 2042/2, Searched 12 Dec 2004.
  6. Census, 1881 UK census CD-ROM, Midlands West, searched 12 Dec 2004.

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