This book records the descendants of William Gregg, the Friend immigrant to Delaware, 1682

from which nucleus disseminated nests of Greggs to Pennsylvania, Virginia, and North Carolina by Hazel May Middleton Kendall

Publisher: Kendall in Anderson, Ind

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Edition Notes

Other titlesQuaker Greggs
Statement[Hazel May Middleton Kendall]
Classifications
LC ClassificationsCS71.G8176 1944x
The Physical Object
Pagination273 leaves, [23] leaves of plates :
Number of Pages273
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL26588488M
OCLC/WorldCa2734345

QUAKER ARRIVALS AT PHILADELPHIA , by Albert Cook Myers, published in In the name of brevity (and my typing fingers), I'm omitting information that, while interesting, is non-essential, so if you get a chance to view the actual book, please do of interesting tid-bits.   Second child and only daughter of William Gregg II, Ann Gregg (also Amy Anne Gregg and Onne Gregg was born in County Waterford, Ireland, in and came with her father in the Scots-Irish Quaker immigration into Pennsylvania. Anne's mother was Ann Wilkinson, who married William Gregg in Ireland, emigrated with him and their children to America in /83, and who died in . Quaker Arrivals at Philadelphia, ; Being a List of Certificates of Removal Received at Philadelphia Monthly Meeting of Friends., c Myers, Albert Cook HEI: Quaker Genealogies: A Preliminary List, c Heiss, Willard. GREGG: Quaker Greggs: the Descendants of William Gregg, the Friend Immigrant to Delaware , c Margaret Gragg. b. Est. Prob. Cumberland County, Pennsylvania Family tree.

  This book records the descendants of John Gregg, John Gregg, Anderson, Ind., (p. 24). William Jr and his brother John, along with their wives, migrated to Winchester,Va. Mr. Hollingsworth, their father-in-law, was on the trip with them, and this is where he c. in / "Index to Washington County Historical Society Genealogical and Historical Books and Records." "Index to Wolf's History of Guernsey County." "The Descendants of William and Sarah (Giffen) Hinkle." J.N. Alban. pgs. indexed. Descendants of William Gregg: The Friend Immigrant to Delaware " , pgs. "Quaker Records. The Society of Friends (Quakers) are well known for the excellent records they kept for their families and, unbeknown to them, for genealogists especially. The records tracing the families from meeting house to meeting house are easily found in William Wade Hinshaw’s Encyclopedia of American Quaker Genealogy (6 volumes) as well as other. The Dallas Public Library Genealogy & History Division is the home to one of the largest and most comprehensive genealogy collections for family history research in the Southwest. All U.S. states and many foreign countries are represented in the form of books, microfilm, microfiche, maps, vertical files, and digital resources.

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William Gregg (ca) of Clan Gregor, immigrated from Scotland to County Antrim, and Ardmore, Waterford County, Ireland. His son, William Gregg (), became a Quaker convert, and immigrated to New Castle County, Delaware. Descendants lived in Delaware, Pennsylvania, North Carolina, Virginia, Kentucky, Missouri, Ohio, Illinois, Wisconsin and related families.

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Ohio (m. About William Gregg. William Gregg was born about in Co. Antrim, Ireland. He emigrated in After the restoration of Charles II, rigorous laws restraining Quakers induced William Penn to emigrate to America. Gregg and his family went in the first wave of from The Era Magazine: An Illustrated Monthly, Volume 5, Issue William Gregg settled on a tract of acres of land, in Christiana Hundred, New Castle Co., Delaware, surveyed to him, 3 mo.

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By Hazel May M. Kendall. p. Published Genealogy Books and Articles [edit | edit source] Use this list to: The Descendants of William Gregg the Friend Immigrant to Delaware Anderson, Ind.: H.M.M. Kendall, FHL Book Gk [Gregg] Ewers, Dorothy Violet Wood. Some Gregg Records: Records of Birth[s], Marriages and Deaths, Etc., of the [Gregg].