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Thomas H GRIER b 1854 & Adre V (Anderson), Pee Dee, Georgetown, SC 1880 Census
Posted by: JC (ID *****3198) Date: June 29, 2003 at 09:53:48
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Can anyone please help me out on the parentage of Thomas H GRIER b 1854?

1880 Census, Pee Dee, Georgetown, South Carolina, NA Film Number T9-1230, Page Number 491D
 Thomas H. GRIER   Self   M   Male   W   26   SC   Farmer   SC   SC 
 Adre V. GRIER   Other   M   Female   W   31   SC   Keeps House   SC   SC 
 Florence M. GRIER   Other   S   Female   W   4   SC      SC   SC 
 Legrand Osecola (Osceola?) GRIER   Other   S   Male   W   1   SC      SC   SC 
 Ada GRIER   Other   S   Female   W   5M   SC      SC   SC 
 George ANDERSON   BroL   S   Male   W   10   SC      SC   SC 

I believe Thomas H GRIER may have been connected to Benjamin Marion Grier b 1810 who married Francis A.

Benjamin Marion Grier may have been related to Dr. Robert C. Grier b 1839 who married Sarah. I have found many land deeds with Benjamin Marion Grier and Dr. Robert C. Grier mentioned in the Deed abstracts of Yauhannah from the Georgetown County, South Carolina Deed Books, beginning in the year 1866.

Rev. Lemuel Asbury Grier b 1816 who married Sarah J. is also another possible connection to Thomas H Grier.

I am trying to determine if Thomas H Grier and Adre (Ada or Adra) had a daughter named Emma Grier b 1882 who married Davis J. KIRTON in 1902, Williamsburg County, SC.

Thanks, JC Block



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