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Genealogy of the Grimmett family, concerning the lineage of Mrs. Paul Brown (Eloise Renfro)

by Mrs. Paul Brown
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English
[Salem, Massachusetts] : Higginson Book Co., 1985
ca. 150 p.

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Also includes Neisler, Simmons and related families.

Josiah Grimmet was born in England in 1765, son of Robert Grimmet Sr. (1736-1791). He lived in Henry County, Virginia and in 1795 he was in Franklin County, Georgia, later moving to Tennessee ca. 1800. He died in Centerville, Tennessee. William Hill Wiley (1842-1932) was born in Hickman County, Tennessee, son of Moses and Susan Tatum Wiley. He married Virginia Caroline Scott. He was a descendant of Robert Wiley who came to Pennsylvania in 1760 from Ireland, later moving to North Carolina. Also includes information on the family of William Scott, Jr. (1733-1800) of Cabarrus County, North Carolina.

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