- Will proved at Bodmin 14th December, 1609.
His eldest son James made his will, dated 1st June, 1633, as James Grossman, of Gross, in Botus Fleming, gent.
To the poor of which parish he gives 40s.; to James, son of Nicholas Skelton, gent (who had married his sister, Jane), he gives. £613s.4d.; and to the other children of the said Nicholas Skelton, £5 per annum at the age of 21.
He names his wife, Elizabeth, and her heirs; his property in St.Neott; his brother, Richard Grossman, who was to have a goldring; and Elizaeth Grossman, Richard's daughter, to whom he left a silverbole.
He also names John Rouse, the younger, and Margaret, wife of Hanniball Axford.
Inventory of the effects of the deceased made 4th October, 1633.
Administration of the effects of John Grossman, of Stratton, in this parish, late deceased, not administered to by Agnes, his wife andexecutrix, was granted to Hector Cory the 6th July, 1646, at Bodmin.