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Data

Most Likely PersonNPagec. YearExtract
Person:Bennia Gregg (X) 1 411 1791Bolzer Seldomridge vs. Bennia Gregg.--28th August, 1791. Not found.
Person:Henry Gragg (4) 1 483 List of wolf scalps, beginning 1774:..... 1785, March, to .... Henry Gragg,
Henry Gregg 1 406 1787Curry vs. Rankin.--James Rankin, bond to Henry Gregg, dated 1st August, 1785, assigned by Henry to Thomas Gragg 1st August, 1785, and assigned by Thomas 3d November, 1787.
Jane E. Gragg (x) 1 386 McCullock vs. McDonaugh's executors.--Deposition of Jane E. Gragg in Albemarle County, 12th October, 1786.
Person:John Gregg (x) 2 87
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Person:Margaret Gragg (1) 1 97 1762MAY 18, 1762.

Margaret Gragg, late Margaret Johnston, has since married William Gragg.

Margaret Gregg 3 144
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Person:Mary Gragg (1) 1 186 1775NOVEMBER 22, 1775. (95A) Mary Gragg, orphan, to be bound to Wm. Gragg.
Nancy Crow nee Gregg
Wife of Person:Henry Gragg (4)
or Person:Thomas Gragg (4) ]
or Person:Thomas Gragg (1)
1503 1789 A copy of the will of Walter Crow. Fee, 70 cents, paid in the office by

W. Roalston. H. J. Gambrill. I, Walter Crow, of Rockingham County. To wife, Ann. To eight children, viz: Mary Harnsberry, James, John, William, Benjamin, Jacob Crow, Nancy Gregg, Rachel Harnett. Executors, wife Ann, and William Crow, third son of testator. "A certain obligation which John Crow obtained from William Crow at Lewis (Levines) Ferry, on James River, which John assigned to his father, Walter Crow, amounting to £20 principle, interest from August, 1784, if John shall pay some to Anne, etc.," otherwise the amount is to be deducted from John's share. Signed, sealed, etc., 6th August, 1789. Test: William Dunlap, Hannah (mark) Roadecap and lie for, etc. (Signed) William Ewen, C. R. C. Proved in clerk. 28th September, 1789, Rockingham County. Proven by Hannah Roadecap and lie for, etc. Signed) William Ewen, C. R. C. Proved in Rockingham, 26th October, 1789, by Elizabeth Roadecap. Administration granted widow, Anne; other executor failed to appear. By the Court. (Signed) William Ewen, C. R. C. A copy. Test: H. J. Gambill, D. C. R. C

Person:Robert Gragg (1) 5 136
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Person:Samuel Gragg (x) 1

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Person:Thomas Gragg (1) or
Person:Thomas Gragg (4)
3 173 1773AUGUST 17, 1773.

Appraisers appointed for estate of Thomas Gragg.

387 1786AUGUST, 1787 (E to M). Thomas Gragg vs. Greene.--Plaintiff of Augusta County, 1786.
406 1785-1787Curry vs. Rankin.--James Rankin, bond to Henry Gregg, dated 1st August,

1785, assigned by Henry to Thomas Gragg 1st August, 1785, and assigned by Thomas 3d November, 1787.

1 386 1786 Thomas Gragg vs. Greene.--Plaintiff of Augusta County, 1786.
Person:William Gragg (x) 6 97 1762MAY 18, 1762.

Margaret Gragg, late Margaret Johnston, has since married William Gragg.

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483 Gregg vs. Hinkle.--Sir:--I understand that you are much dissatisfied

about the land that I surveyed for Abraham Teter, on the north side of Seneca, joining his own land, saying I promised to send you word before I surveyed it. I remember of promising not to survey it before Andrew Johnson would return from Rockingham, who was to bring your entry, and Andrew returned and brought no entry; and, moreover, old George Teter searched Lewis's records and found no such entry as you spoke of, and the widow Teter demanded the surveying of the same, and as Abraham had the oldest entry by warrant, I thought myself in duty bound to survey it, neither saw I any occasion to send for you, when I knew you had no entry for the land, and yet had time to procure it, and, furthermore, it is uncertain whether old entrys are prolonged on the Eastern waters or not, for Mr. Lewis wrote to me that he knew that they were prolonged on the Western waters, but not on our waters. But if your right is good, my surveying of it will not hinder you from obtaining it, for I don't mean to make the plot till you are satisfied about it. I am ready, at your demand, to survey 100 acres for you on Seneca, above Abraham Teter's land, for your entry is now made by warrant, for I lately obtained a warrant for you from Colonel Hamilton. I desire that you be moderate in your censures, and, whether or not, I am your hearty well-wisher and obsequious, M. Henkle. To Mr. Wm. Gragg. (Addressed) Mr. William Gragg, Sr., On Seneca.

Person:William Gregg (x) 9 93 1761NOVEMBER 17, 1761.,Daniel Love represents that he was security for Margaret Johnston, admx. of Arthur Johnston, but she has since married Wm. Gregg--prays counter security
308 1753 MAY, 1753. Bourland vs. Whitaker and wife.--James Bourland complains that defendant said "William Gregg can prove James Bourland a dog thief in Pennsylvania (meaning that one William Gregg informed the defendant that the plaintiff in Pennsylvania had stole dogs) and that William Gregg could prove it."
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