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Descendants of Malcom Thomas Alexander Gragg

Gragg descendants
H.L. "Pete" and Bernice Gragg
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
[Urich, Missouri : H.L. & B. Gragg, 1985?]
171 p. : ill., coat of arms, facsims., maps, ports.

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Spine title: Gragg descendants.

Includes index.

Includes Burris, Doll, Fahnestock, Ford, Long, Short, Woirhaye and related families.

Robert Gragg (ca.1732-1796), assumed to be the son of Irish immigrant John Gregg (ca.1690-1758), immigrated with his father and mother in the early 1740s to Cumberland County, Pennsylvania, moving to Augusta County, Virginia in the 1750s. Robert Gragg and his family moved to Greene County, Tennessee in 1787/1788. Descendants and relatives lived in Virginia, Tennessee, Missouri, Kansas, Texas and elsewhere.

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