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Descendants of Nathaniel Grigsby, 1806-1859

Compton, William H. (Main Author)
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Knoxville, Tennessee : W. Compton, [198-]
[106] leaves : ill., coat of arms., geneal. tables, maps.

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Material in this text was compiled by William H. Compton.

Includes information on the Arnott, Lauderback and Ryan families.

Family history and genealogical information about the descendants of Nathaniel Grigsby who was born 6 June 1806 in Hawkins Co., Tennessee. He was the son of John Grigsby (born 15 October 1752) and Winney (surname unknown) who were both from Virginia. Nathaniel married Elizabeth Lauderback ca. 1827. They lived in Hawkins Co., Tennessee and were the parents of five sons and three daughters. Descendants lived primarily in Tennessee.

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