A Kentuckian whom the kid meets while the two are incarcerated, along with Toadvine, in the prison in Chihuahua City, Grannyrat served in the Mexico-American War and was part of the force that sacked Chihuahua City during that conflict. Grannyrat joins Glanton’s gang, only to disappear from the gang soon after arriving in Janos. He is probably murdered by the Delawares as a deserter.
Grannyrat Chambers Quotes in Blood Meridian
The Blood Meridian quotes below are all either spoken by Grannyrat Chambers or refer to Grannyrat Chambers. For each quote, you can also see the other characters and themes related to it (each theme is indicated by its own dot and icon, like this one: Note: all page and citation info for the quotes below refers to the Vintage edition of Blood Meridian published in 1992.).
Grannyrat Chambers Character Timeline in Blood Meridian
The timeline below shows where the character Grannyrat Chambers appears in Blood Meridian. The colored dots and icons indicate which themes are associated with that appearance.
...per scalp, one thousand dollars for their leader Gómez. Toadvine also tells the kid and Grannyrat that he has secured them positions in the gang, which will result in their freedom... (full context)
...day of riding, the gang makes camp. The narrator explains that Toadvine, the Kid, and Grannyrat are replacements for three scalp hunters who died earlier in the desert. As these three... (full context)
...remain. They ride on. While stopping for supper, the Judge asks Toadvine what’s become of Grannyrat Chambers—Toadvine says that he’s separated from the gang, and that he can’t speak for the... (full context)
...separated from the gang at Janos return, bringing with them the horse that belonged to Grannyrat. Glanton burns Grannyrat’s saddle, blanket, and other effects. Then the gang rides on. (full context)