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Re: The Truth about Joggie Greider, 1736 imm. on Princess Augustus
Posted by: Shannon (ID *****2223) Date: April 28, 2002 at 16:44:29
In Reply to: The Truth about Joggie Greider, 1736 imm. on Princess Augustus by Melissa Grider of 1023

Hi, I have read your information and thought that might ask you if by chance would know of William Crider (or Grider, etc.)? I have that he was born in 1804 in North Carolina He was apprentice bond to Jesse Greenstreet 3 Feb 1808 age of 3 years old, to learn the occupation of planter until the age of 21. He ranaway from the Greenstreet home and road on the wagon of John Whitaker, he came to Indiana with the Whitaker family and married Nancy Whitaker in Henry Co., Indiana. He died in Tippecanoe Co., Lafayette, Indiana. I have not been able to find a birth certificate, just the court record of the apprentice bond. I have looked under the Grider spellings, and Krider but since you seem to be the one to ask, thought I would see if you might be able to help. I do have some information about the Grider you mentioned from a lady who lives in germany. email direct and I will send you what I have.
Thank you,
Shannon
lighthousesw@myvine.com


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