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The descendants of Elizabeth and William Grant

compiled by Dianne Clem Hirschi
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Logan, Utah : D. Hirschi, c1994
iii, 301 p. : ill., ports., maps

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William Grant was born about 1670 in Northern Scotland, and immigrated to Virginia between 1690 and 1700. His first wife, Elizabeth, died in 1718/21. He married (2) Elizabeth Kill. In 1721 King George County was set off from Richmond County making the land holdings of William Grant then in King George County, Virginia. He married (3) Alice (d. 1734), who moved away from William Grant and resided in Westmoreland Co., Va. where she died. William Grant died in 1734 in King George Co., Va. Descendants live in Virginia, Kentucky, Oklahoma, Indiana, Iowa and elsewhere.

Includes index.

Includes Burditt, Bronaugh, Clem, Polson, Pitman, Simons, White and allied families.

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