4. Anthony GRUBB. Religion: Quaker.
Anthony accompanied his mother to London in 1677 and signed his brother Henry's certificate. 
Anthony married Mary MARTEN. [Note: Marriage recorded 18 Apr 1672 but may have occurred earlier.].
They had the following children:
|i.||William. Born on 8 Mar 1672 in Stoke Climsland, Cornwall,
England. William died in
Stoke Climsland, Cornwall, England in 1696/7; he was 23. Buried
on 4 Feb 1696/7 in Stoke Climsland, Cornwall, England.
|ii.||Samuel. Born on 14 Feb 1676 in Stoke Climsland, Cornwall,
England. Samuel died ? .
|iii.||Wilmot. Born on 1 Feb 1680/1 in Stoke Climsland, Cornwall,
England. Wilmot died ? .
|iv.||Joseph. Born on 14 Jan 1683 in Stoke Climsland, Cornwall,
England. Joseph died ? .
|i.||David. Born in 1685 in Burlington, NJ., 12th mo. 4th day. David died
in Burlington, NJ in 1687; he was 2., 3rd mo. 4th day.
|ii.||Mary. Born in 1688 in Burlington, NJ., 11th mo. 6th day. Mary died
|iii.||Elizabeth. Born in 1691 in Burlington, NJ., 6th mo. 12th day. Elizabeth
died ? .
|vi.||Samuel. Born in 1691 in Brandywine Hd, New Castel Co,
DE. Samuel died in East Bradford
Twp, Chester Co, Pa in 1760; he was 69.,,
Religion: Member of the Concord, PA, Quaker Meeting (received
into membership 5th mo., 17, 1732).,
Samuel purchased 181 acres in Bradford Township, Chester Co, PA, and also owned land in Lebanon Co, PA, in conjunction with his brother Peter's iron works. 
By deed of March 24, 1722, Samuel Grubb purchased from Thomas Buffington and wife 181 acres in Bradford on Brandywine, extending from the main stream below the forks to the eastern branch above. To this he made additions by later purchases. He also owned lands and was interested in the manufacture of iron in Lancaster county (now Lebanon county) in connection with his brother Peter. 
GRUBB, SAMUEL. East Bradford.
1/14/1760. Codicil 1/26/1760. June 20, 1760.
Provides for wife Mary. To nephew Curtis Grubb son of brother Peter 1/2 of my lands in Lancaster County. To nephew Peter son of Peter the other 1/2 of my lands in Lancaster County. To sister Charity Beeson £20. To sister Phebe Hadley £20. To brother Henry wearing apparel and £20. To nephew Samuel son of brother John Grubb deceased all estate real and personal bequeathed to me by my father, John Grubb. To Samuel Grubb son of Samuel aforesaid £20. To Philadelphia Hospital £50. To James Dilworth £50 towards building a Friends Meeting house in Birmingham. All remainder to brother Nathaniel Grubb, also Executor. Letters to Samuel Grubb and Joseph James, Executor named being deceased.
Witnesses: Joseph Buffington, Nathaniel Jefferis, William Jones, John Jones. 
"By his will, dated Jan. 14, 1760, he gave to his wife the use of the brick house and a few acres of land, during life, with £200 per annum for three years. To nephews Curtis and Peter Grubb, each one half of the land in Lancaster county. After the payment of wife's dowry and all debts relating to the Iron Works, the balance of a bond for £18 per annum for 20 years, given by Brother Peter Grubb, to go to nephew Peter Grubb, son of Peter. To sisters Charity Beeson and Phebe Hadley, and to brother Henry Grubb, £20 each. To nephew Samuel Grubb, son of John, deceased, all estate, real and personnal, bequeathed to me by my father, John Grubb. To the Hospital in Philadelphia, £50 in five years. To James Dilworth 'towards Building a stone or brick friends' meeting house of worship in Birmingham Township the sum of fifty Pounds, so as the said meeting house by moderate Expenses amounting to three hundred Pounds or upwards when the said meeting house is finished.' Residue of estate to brother Nathaniel Grubb." 
August 14, 1760
The Pennsylvania Gazette
Willistown, Chester County, August 31, 1760.
NOTICE is hereby given to all Persons indebted to the Estate
of Samuel Grubb, of Bradford, late deceased, to meet at the
House of John Hannum, of Concord Township, in said County, on
the Fourth and Fifth of September next, to pay off their
respective Debts: And all those that have any Demands against
said Estate, to bring them in, that they may be adjusted and
settled by SAMUEL GRUBB, and JOSEPH JAMES, Administrators.
December 13, 1764
The Pennsylvania Gazette
TO BE SOLD,
A Valuable Plantation, situate in Bradfield [Bradford]
Township, Chester County, containing 250 Acres, or
thereabouts. There is on said Place a good Dwelling house,
Barn and Orchard, with a large Quantity of good Meadow and
valuable Timber Land; late the Property of Samuel Grubb,
deceased, and to be sold by SAMUEL GRUBB, and JOSEPH JAMES,
February 7, 1765
The Pennsylvania Gazette
TO be sold by public Vendue, on the 6th Day of March, at the
late Dwelling house of Samuel Grubb, deceased, a Plantation,
situate in the Township of East Bradford, Chester County,
containing 250 Acres, or thereabouts, with two Dwelling
houses, Barn, and other Out houses, and two good bearing
Orchards, chiefly grafted Fruit; likewise a large Quantity of
good Meadow, lying by Brandywine Creek; the Corn Land good,
the uncultivated Part well timbered, and the whole well
watered. The Terms will be made known at the Time of Sale, by
SAMUEL GRUBB and JOSEPH JAMES, Administrat.
In 1745 when Samuel was 54, he married Mary BELLERBY, daughter of Isaac BELLERBY, in Chester Monthly Meeting.,, Samuel Grubb, son of John Grubb, late of Chichester Twp, Chester Co., dec'd, and Mary Billerby, dau. of Isaac Bellerby, late of New Castle Co., Delaware, dec'd, m. 26/7/1745. Born ? . Mary died in 1775 in East Bradford Twp, Chester Co, Pa.,
GRUBB, MARY. East Bradford.
7/15/1775. Aug. 8, 1775.
To Isaac son of my cousin John Billerby in England all that plantation in St. George's Hundred, New Castle Co, Delaware, containing 360 acres. To cousin Isaac Grubb formerly of Pennsbury £30. To cousin Mary Grubb of Pennsbury £30. To cousin Mary daughter of Richard Thatcher £30. To cousin Mary Flower £30. To cousin Thos. Thorpe his bond of £21. To Saml. and Mary children of Edward Jones £10 each. To cousins Mary and Elizabeth Buffington £20 each. To Temperance Clayton £10 and table linen. To Saml. son of John Martin £20. To Elizabeth daughter of John Buffington £20. To Frances wife of Jos. Smith £20. To Geo. Turner £3 per annum during life. To Jane daughter of Thos. Themple, Esq., £30. To my maid Mary Martin £100 and furniture. To cousin Mary Gladley £100. To cousin Saml. Grubb of Pennsbury all remainder of estate, also Executor.
Wit: Thos. Temple, Jos. Temple, John Nethery. 
|vii.||Henry. Born in 1692 in Brandywine Hd, New Castel Co,
DE. Henry died in Middletown
Twp, Delaware Co, PA in 1771; he was 79., Occupation: Farmer and mill owner.
Henry purchased 250 acres in Middletown Township [now Delaware Co, PA] and died unmarried. 
CONVEYENCE. On 18 Sep 1721 Joseph England of West Towne, yeoman, & Anne his wife, to James Grubbs of West towne, gentleman. Henry Grubb agrees to pay £92.16 yet owed & for £38 paid to Joseph England grants two tracts of land lying continuous in Middletowne bounded by Chester Creek, William Pennell & Peter Hunter, containing 250 acres. Signed Joseph England & Anne England. Delivered in the presence of Ralph Pyle & Adam Battin both of Chester yeomen. Recorded 28 Feb 1723. (D4:214). 
July 18, 1771
The Pennsylvania Gazette
To be SOLD, by public VENDUE, On Monday, the 12th day of August next, at 10 oin the forenoon, at the late dwelling house of Henry Grubb, late of the township of Middletown, in the county of Chester, yeoman, deceased.
ALL that messuage or tenement, and valuable plantation and tract of LAND, thereunto belonging, situate in Middletown aforesaid, containing about 250 acres, more or less, lying on Chester Creek, and about seven miles distance from Chester and Marcus Hook. The land is of excellent quality for grain, great part of it is very well timbered and watered, there is a good orchard on it, about 30 acres of meadow made, and to be made, and a good seat for a mill, or other water works thereon. The title is good, and the payments will be made easy to the purchaser. Also, at the same time and place, will be exposed to public sale, horses, cows, hogs and sheep, houshold goods and furniture, and sundry farming utensils; all late the property of the said Henry Grubb, deceased; where due attendance will be given, and reasonable credit allowed, by
Chester, July 15, 1771.PETER GRUBB, Executor.
N.B. All those who have any demands against the said deceased, are desired to bring in their accounts, &c. that the same may be settled and adjusted, in order for payment, by the said executor, who will attend, for that purpose, at the house of Valentine Weaver, in Chester, on Friday, the 9th day of August next; and those who are indebted, are requested to make speedy payment.
April 9, 1772
The Pennsylvania Gazette
NOTICE is hereby given, to all persons who are indebted for articles bought at the vendue of the late Henry Grubb, of Middletown township, in the county of Chester, that they pay their respective balances, on or before the 15th day of this instant April, to Mr. JOHN HILL, of the township and county aforesaid. Those who pay no attention to this advertisement, may depend on having their accounts immediately put in suit. Such persons as are indebted by notes, or bills, are requested to attend, at the said Hill, on the 15th day of April; and, as it will be inconvenient for the subscriber to attend again, in that part of the country, it is expected that this notice will be complied with. PETER GRUBB.
GRUBB, HENRY. Middletown.
July 3, 1770. Aug. 28, 1771.
To cousin Curtis Grubb of Lancaster Co. £90 and to his son Peter £10. To cousin Peter Grubb of Lancaster Co. plantation where I now dwell in Middletown containing about 253 acres and all other real estate.
Executor: Cousin Peter Grubb.
Wit: John Ross (Phila.), Geo. North, Jr. (Phila.), James Lukens.