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G.g. grandfather's journal, Franklin-Williamson County pioneer, Isaac Groves

by Violet Lee Carter Grisham
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
Marion, Illinois : V.L.C. Grisham, c1995
87 p. : ill., ports.

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Transcription of a journal begun by Isaac Groves and later continued by Richard Harris Groves, Barbara Ellen Groves, William Leonial Carter, and later generations of the family. Journal covers years 1801-1995.

Includes birth, marriage and death information for many individuals living in the area of Williamson County. Some family surnames frequently mentioned are Willeford, Bundy, Norman, Farmer, Grisham, Groves, Harris, Cutrell, Motsinger, and several others.

Includes index.

Isaac Groves, son of Jonathan Groves and Edy Harris was born in 1806. He migrated to Southern Illinois with his brothers, William and Jonathan and his mother and stepfather, George Zacharias from Muhlenberg County, Kentucky. His son, Richard Harris Groves, was born in 1832 and married Elmira Cutrell in 1850.

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