Genevieve Ludlow Griscom

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Genevieve Ludlow Griscom (1868-19xx) was married to Clement Acton Griscom, Jr.. The Griscoms became members of the Theosophical Society in America, (later renamed Theosophical Society) headed by Ernest Temple Hargrove.

She was born Genevieve Sprigg Ludlow on July 27, 1868 on Staten Island.[1] She married Clement Griscom in New York on September 18, 1889.[2] They had two sons, Ludlow, born in New York City on June 17, 1891, and Acton, born August 13, 1892 in Flushing, New York.

Theosophical work

Mrs. Griscom wrote articles under the pseudonym "Cavé" that appeared in the Theosophical Quarterly, Theosophy, and The Beacon. The Union Index of Theosophical Periodicals lists 82 articles under the name Cavé and another 10 under the name Cave (L Genevieve Griscom).


  1. New York, Passenger Lists, 1820-1957. See 1912 arrivals in New York.
  2. "Clement Acton Griscom, Jr.: Manager of the International Navigation Company, and of the International Mercantile Marine Company", The Successful American 6.6 (December, 1902), 733-735. Available in Google books.