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Grant family of South Carolina

compiled by Mrs. Bishop Franklin
Manuscript/Manuscript on Film
English
Georgia : Mann Film Laboratories, 1960
on 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm.

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Microfilm of typescript (5 leaves) in possession of Mrs. B. F. Grant, Athens, Georgia, 1960.

With: Bible record [1777-1944] of John Jones, Sr., and Francis Brown Jones.

Daniel Grant was living at Spartanburg County, South Carolina, by 1788. His will, recorded in Spartanburg County, in 1827, names his wife, Catherine, and eight children. Record lists children of each generation but chiefly follows line of descent to Bishop Franklin Grant. He was born in 1897 at Oconee County, South Carolina. He married Eva Virginia Shockley in 1922 at Greenville, South Carolina. They had two daughters, 1923-1924, born at Taylors, South Carolina. At the time this sketch was written, he was teaching forestry at the Universtiy of Georgia.

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