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William Grigg I, immigrant to the Virginia colony - 340 years of his descendants, 1640-1980

by Cleo Grigg Johnson Gilchrist
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
Boise, Idaho : C.G.J. Gilchrist, 1987, c1981
ix, 162 p. : facsims., geneal. tables, maps.

Notes

1987 update of 5th edition published in 1984.

William Grigg I (d.ca.1685) emigrated from England to Charles City (later Prince George, and still later Dinwiddie) County, Virginia. Descendants and relatives lived in Virginia, North Carolina, Alabama, Indiana, Montana and elsewhere. Some descendants became Mormons, and lived in Utah, Idaho and elsewhere.

Includes bibliographic references throughout.

Includes Gregg as a variant spelling.

Includes Garretson, Johnson, Lockett, Pinson, Ray, Wells and related families.

Includes additions and corrections, with some extra pages inserted (i.e., p. 108a, p. 112a-112e, p. 136a-136g, etc.).

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