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Legends in the new world - the beginnings

by Violet Grisham
Books/Monographs/Book with Fiche
Marion, Illinois : V. Grisham, c1991
iv, 140 p. : ill.,


Includes Hastings, Norman, Hailey, Mayer, and related families.

Includes histories of the following families: Richard W. Gregory (1730-1817) married Nancy Ann Vaughan ca. 1777 and moved to Mercer County, Kentucky from Virginia in 1787; Adam Klope was born in 1795 in Holland and came to Williamson County, Illinois in 1843; Elmira Cutrell (b. 1833) married Richard Harris Groves (1835-1903) in Williamson County, Illinois in 1850; Charles Erwin (1798-1875) was born in North Carolina and married Sarah Corder (1798-1862), both are buried in Crab Orchard, Illinois; William Wiley Grisham (1851-1920) married Nancy Rogers (1860-1933); John T. Carter and Jane Gregory came from Smith County, Tennessee to settled near Crab Orchard, Illinois in the later 1840's; Frederick George Roberts Brown (1873-1940) was born in Hardin County, Kentucky and married Mary Jane Daughtery (1880-1953); Pleasant Gold was married in 1838 at Hickman, Tennessee to Constance Gwaltney (1813-1909); Isham Burton Miller married Catherine Gregory in 1868; and Thomas Croslin (1778-1865) and his wife, Nancy Teal, settled in Williamsson County in 1844.

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