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Re: Gregg Families
Posted by: betty shepherd (ID *****9444) Date: January 14, 2005 at 18:10:18
In Reply to: Gregg Families by Cynthia Reedy of 974

Hi Cynthia,you were inquiring about any Greggs from Adams County Pa.We have a James Gregg in Franklin Twp.He first appeared as a single man in a tax record 1816-1817.This suggested he was at least 21 yrs. and or he had just moved into the twp. He did not appear in the following year tax records. The last time was 1822.James' name appeared in the main section of the tax records(indicating he was a married man)in the 1818 record..thus the Adams county James Gregg married sometime between the falls of 1817 and 1818 and left Franklin Twp.Sometime between the falls of 1820-1821.He was in the 1820 population census with 2 sons less than 10 yrs.1 male 26-45.1 female 26-45.He then migrated to Stark County, Ohio.We now know he m.Catherine Holm.He 37 and left Catherine with 5 children.She maried William Humbert.I believe I saw something that you have a Hollinger name in your tree.Catherine's mother was a Hollinger.We have a missing generation,James father We thought him to be Simon.There may be two missing generation.Hope maybe you can make a connection.Betty

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