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GREGG FAMILY HISTORY PROJECT

GREGG FAMILY HISTORY PROJECT

Alec Gregg (View posts)
Posted: 6 Feb 2000 5:29AM GMT
GREGG FAMILY HISTORY PROJECT. Est. 1999(http://www.gregg1.freeserve.co.uk) Family origins from Ayrshire Scotland (1700-2000 AD.). Database contains over 1500 records. Scottish history, local info, and stories. Photo's, Timelines, Genealogy Links, Search Engine, and Discussion Forum. Visitor's 'related-name' contributions also published. All correspondence most welcome. Family ancestral surnames include Gregg, Greig, Greg, Logan, Henderson, Currie, Gibson, Seaton, Paton, Doyle, Dundas, and Perry. Articles on MacGregor Clan, Robert Burns, and Edvard Grieg. Lots of info and to do at this website.

GREGG FAMILY

Robert A. Singer (View posts)
Posted: 11 Feb 2000 7:44PM GMT
My father was Charles Gregg Singer, b. Philadelphia 1910, d.1999; his father, Arthur Gregg Singer, b. Philadelphia 1878, d, 1943; his mother, Elizabeth Gregg, b. Philadelphia 1850s; her father, Amos Gregg. His brother lived in Rock Hill,S.C. Graniteville Mills. My brother, Richard Gregg Singer. My nephew, Christian Gregg Speicher.

Gregg family from Tennessee

Rhettajean (View posts)
Posted: 27 Apr 2000 5:07PM GMT
My family comes from Tennessee and so far have not found any on the net from Tenn. Possible orginal migration from North or South Carolina. Grandfathers name is Elbet or(Ebb)Gregg, born April 20th. 1854.His wife Mary M. Gregg,born March 5, 1848. Help!!

Gregg-Gragg-MacGregor

Frances (View posts)
Posted: 28 May 2000 9:03AM GMT
It is also said that my gg grandfather,John William Gragg, originated from S.C, born 1815. Nothing on his parents. He married Martha Reid in Lincoln co. Tn. and moved to Cuba, Tn.
I am ready to give up. Can't find anything and have been looking for years.

gregg from tenn

billy (View posts)
Posted: 29 May 2000 7:36PM GMT
WHAT PART OF TENN? MY DAD IS FROM NEWPORT
AND SOME OF THE FAMILY FROM N.C.

Gregg-Gragg-MacGregor

Mike (View posts)
Posted: 3 Jun 2000 1:12PM GMT
I have a Gregg family tree which has Harry S. Truman as a 7th cousin. Also this tree is traced back to ( I think ) the Mayflower. The original name MacGregor of Glenyle goes back to Scotland. Also Roy MacGregor son of Donald MacGregor more famously known as Rob Roy was called Robin Hood of Scotland.
If this could be in your family tree E-mail me and I'll see what else I have.

gregg

ted gregg (View posts)
Posted: 14 Jun 2000 3:25AM GMT
if your gregg family is from the caldwell co. nc area and they spelled it gragg then i probably could help. i have mine traced back to 750 a.d.

gregg

billy gregg (View posts)
Posted: 14 Jun 2000 12:36PM GMT
TED, MY FATHER DAD WAS MARSHALL WILLIAM,
HIS MOTHER NAME WAS MUNCIE, HER FATHER WAS
BRUSCO HENSLEY FRON N.C. I DONT KNOW WHAT PART BUT I'LL TRY TO FIND OUT. THANY YOU.

Gregg-Gragg

Frances Tinsley (View posts)
Posted: 21 Jun 2000 7:44AM GMT
Ted,
Who is your Gregg-Gragg line?
My family settled in Cuba, Tn and surrounding area. My g grandfather was William David Gragg. He had siblings by the names of Paley, Wilford,Sally,Joseph and Lucretia. Wilford and Paley were doctors, I think.
Do you have any info on this family? Frances

gregg/gragg

ted gregg (View posts)
Posted: 21 Jun 2000 1:25PM GMT
to francis my line is from washington co.,back to carter co. then to the large gragg family in caldwell co. nc.,from there to albemarle co. va. ,then back to augusta co. va. then to ireland,
if you can get to nc. then i could help as they spelled it gragg there and a very large
family. i have a lot of info on them.
tgregg@bnoc.net
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