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Loose Connections--Gregory--Families and Individuals Index


Richard Elliott

Alma Joyce Gregory [Parents]

They had the following children:

  F i Lisa Elliott
  F ii Stacy Elliot
  F iii Kimberly Elliott

Jerry Lee Gregory [Parents]

Jackie Pugh

They had the following children:

  F i Megan Gregory

Gilliam Maurice Gregory [Parents] was born on 25 Oct 1896 in Union County, South Carolina USA. He died on 16 May 1946 in Laurelton, Queens County, New York. He was buried on 20 May 1946 in Long Island National Cemetery, Section I, Pinelawn, Nassau County, New York. He married Ellen Sweeney on 16 Sep 1925 in Holy Family Roman Catholic Church, Brooklyn, New York. Gilliam joined religion in Raised as a Baptist, Gilliam converted to Roman Catholic. He was employed as in AHDAASIW, i, where he first worked on the operation of tra.

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2 PLAC Gilliam Maurice Gregory enlisted in the United States Navy at the Recruiting Station in Charlotte, North Carolina, on November 14, 1913. He gave his birth date as October 25, 1895, thus making him 18 years of age and eligible to enlist. He served on the U.

Ellen Sweeney was born on 25 Oct 1902. She died on 25 Nov 1992 in Mid-Island Hospital, Bethpage, Nassau County, New York. She was buried on 30 Nov 1992 in Long Island National Cemetery, Section I, Pinelawn, Nassau County, New York. She married Gilliam Maurice Gregory on 16 Sep 1925 in Holy Family Roman Catholic Church, Brooklyn, New York. Ellen was employed as in At age 16, WTWWS, H, engravers, where she put tissu.

They had the following children:

  F i Patricia Virginia Gregory
  M ii Eugene Maurice Gregory
  F iii Maureen Ann Gregory

Eugenia Gregory [Parents] was born before 1850. Eugenia was counted in a census in 1880 in SAIJATUMOTC, Laura (age four), and William (age five)..

Jeremiah and Nancy had at least one child, Eugenia. She appears withNancy and Jeremiah in the 1850 census. In 1860, Jeremiah and Eugenia arewithout Nancy.

Eugenia Gregory (ca. 1849), first child of Jeremiah and Ann, was notmarried as of 1880. She appears in Jonesville as the unmarried mother oftwo children, Laura (age four), and William (age five).

She had the following children:

  M i William Gregory was born about 1875.
  F ii Laura Gregory was born about 1876.

Jeremiah D. Gregory [Parents] 1 was born on 22 Oct 1816. He died on 7 Aug 1905. He married Ann Mitchell.

Other marriages:
Jolly, Sarah

Jeremiah and Nancy had at least one child, Eugenia. She appears withNancy and Jeremiah in the 1850 census. In 1860, Jeremiah and Eugenia arewithout Nancy. Jerry is a farmer with real estate valued at $1,000 andpersonal property valued at $230. Eugenia is a student.

In 1870 Jerry is married (1867) to Sallie. Other occupants of the houseinclude Eugenia, Isbell (age 13), Samuel, Martha, Sallie and Bee.

Isbell is probably the second child of Jeremiah and Nancy, who was livingwith other relatives in 1860. In 1880, Eugenia and Isbell are gone fromthe home but Jeremiah's second family remains.

In 1900, Jerry and Sallie are alone. He is listed at 97 years old and hisbirthdate is listed as October, 1802. His tombstone reads 22 October1816. The consensus is that the latter is correct. Sallie's birthdate islisted as October, 1827. The number of years married is thirty-three,which means the couple probably married in 1866-67. Sallie is listed asthe mother of four children.

In 1900, Jeremiah - apparently aware of his advancing years - deeded tohis sons, Bee (Barton B.) and Samuel Gregory, "for love and affection and$5 from my sons (above named), and in consideration of advances made tome for my support in my old age: all my right, title and interest in thattract of land bounded on the north side by the road leading from B.Crawford's to Sims, a line known as Joe Crawford Line, adjoining landbeing now owned by John Gillian; John Smith Line, Nicholson's Line(formerly B. Crawford Line); A. Levy Palmer and Goings Line (formerly J.Jolly Line); and Mrs. Fannie Spears Line (formerly Widow Edwards Line)".

Ann Mitchell 1 was born in 1819. She died in 1860. She married Jeremiah D. Gregory.

They had the following children:

  F i Eugenia Gregory
  F ii Isbell Gregory

Marion Tilman Gregory [Parents] 1 was born on 29 Jul 1856 in Brushy Creek Sect., Chester Co., South Carolina, USA. He died on 19 Feb 1938. He was buried in Brush Fork Baptist Church Cemetery, Chester County, SC. He married Elmira Stone in 1879.

From Jean L. Cooper Message: info from A Gregory Colonial Family and1860 census

Marion Tillman Gregory (29 July 1856-19 February 1938) was born in theBrushy Creek Section, Chester County, SC. Elmira Stone (17 July 1862-29October 1931) died at 69 years of age and is buried with her husband inthe Brushy Fork Baptist Church Cemetery. On Marion's grave marker is thefollowing inscription: Weep not he is at rest; on Elmira's grave markeris the following: Our mother is only sleeping waiting the resurrection tobe and if we live as she did, her smiling face we'll see. Marion TillmanGregory and Elmira Stone were married in 1879 and had several childrenincluding the following: Marion Tillman Jr.; Josie; Tossie; Butler;Hughes; Jessie Lula; Daisy; Phronie; Ben Gregory; Mamie Gregory; twininfant sons. It is suspected the twins are buried next to their sistersTossie, Josie, and Phronie in Brush Fork Baptist Church Cemetery, ChesterCounty, SC, but the grave markers are illegible

Elmira Stone was born on 17 Jul 1862. She died on 29 Oct 1931. She was buried in Brush Fork Baptist Church Cemetery, Chester County, SC. She married Marion Tilman Gregory in 1879.

They had the following children:

  M i Twin Gregory.
  M ii Twin Gregory.
  M iii Marion Tilman Gregory , Jr. was born on 5 Jan 1881. He died on 24 Oct 1909. He was buried in Brushy Fork Baptist Church Cemetery, Chester County, SC.
  F iv Josie Gregory was born on 14 Aug 1882. She died on 30 Sep 1883. She was buried in Brushy Fork Baptist Church Cemetery, Chester County, SC.
  F v Tossie Gregory was born on 5 Mar 1885. She died on 13 May 1888. She was buried in Brushy Fork Baptist Church Cemetery, Chester County, SC.
  M vi Butler Gregory was born in 1886/1888. He died in 1923. He was buried in Brushy Fork Baptist Church Cemetery, Chester County, SC.
  M vii Hughes Gregory
  F viii Jessie Lula Gregory was born on 5 Jun 1890. She died on 28 Sep 1978. She was buried in Wilksburg Baptist Church Cemetery, Chester county, South Carolina.

Jessie Lula Gregory (5 June 1890-28 September 1978), the sixth child ofMarion Tillman and Elmira Stone Gregory, Lula married Dan Carnelson Clark(2 April 1885-21 April 1958) on 30 October 1909 in Chester County, SC.
She lived off Mt. Pleasant Road about one mile from Dan and Will Clark'sparents, James Vance Clark and Lou Reynolds. 'The area along Mt. PleasantRoad where James Vance, Will, and Dan Clark lived was known asClarksville and was on the Chester County map as Clarksville, until allthe boys died out,' said Maude Ruth Clark Cranford. Dan and his brotherWill built houses across the road from each other and next to theirfather, James Vance Clark (25 May 1862 -11 August 1920) who came from themountains of Haywood County (Canton) North Carolina and married LouReynolds in the Wilksburg Community of Chester County. They along withWill and Daisy Clark and their extended families farmed a few hundredacres in the far northwestern area of Chester County, SC that is known asthe Wilksburg Community.

Dan and Will built their own modest frame houses near their father, JamesV. Clark, and mother, Lou Reynolds, off Mt. Pleasant Road. There, theyraised their crops, animals, and children. Almost everything needed wasraised or made on the farm with the exceptions of gun powder, shoes,kerosene, refined sugar, salt, vinegar, matches, tin, glass, tools, andnails. Cotton, corn, potatoes, and sugar cane were the main staple cropswhile garden favorites like tomatoes, squash, beans, okra, turnips, andcollard greens were grown for the table. Food was prepared on a woodstove. Perishable food was stored in a cooler at the 'bottom of the hill'in the natural spring. Their tin roofed house was heated with a home-madefifty-five gallon steel drum, wood burning heater and had no insulation.Since there was no running water, water was hauled in hand drawn wagonsor carried by hand from a owned in common, hand dug well, located infront of James and Lou Gregory's house. Rain run off from the tin roofswas collected in fifty-five gallon steel drums and was used to washclothes in two out side wash pots. Tobacco was grown and processed into'twist' (chewing tobacco) and smoking tobacco for hand rolled cigarettesor home made pipes. Cows were raised for milk and meat along with pigs,chickens, and guineas. Mules were kept to plow the fields, pull wagons,and give children rides. Hunting and fishing supplemented the tables withmeat; while providing sporting activities for the 'men folk'. Bee hiveswere kept for honey. And Lula smoked their meat in the smoke house. BothDan and Will's families were active members of the Wilksburg BaptistChurch. Dan was instrumental in establishing a church cemetery, dedicatedin 1957; and was the first person buried in it upon his death in 1958.Dan Carnelson Clark died after a heart attack at 73 years of age whilevisiting relatives in Waynesville, NC. Jessie Lula died at 88 years ofage in the Chester County Hospital after a short illness. Dan and Lulaare buried side by side in the Wilksburg Baptist Church Cemetery alongwith their son Alfred L Clark. Dan and Lula had 13 children - ninedaughters and four sons: Myrtle Inez; Edward Waldo; Josie Leon; LeoDocie; Marion James; Luther Love; Alfred Lufate; Margaret Cinderella;Maude Ruth; Cora Louise; Wilodean; Lois Bernice; Florence Evelyn.
  F ix Daisy Gregory was born on 20 Feb 1892. She died on 12 Feb 1980. She was buried in Wilksburg Baptist Church Cemetery, Chester county, South Carolina.
  F x Phronie Gregory was born on 20 Jun 1893. She died on 15 Aug 1894. She was buried in Brushy Fork Baptist Church Cemetery, Chester County, SC.

the eighth child of Marion Tillman and Elmira Stone Gregory, died as a 14month infant and is buried with her sisters Tossie and Josie near theirpaternal grandmother Susan Gregory in the Brushy Fork Baptist ChurchCemetery, Chester County, SC.
  M xi Ben Gregory Gregory
  F xii Mamie Gregory Gregory was born after 1894. She was buried in Armenia United Methodist Church Cemetery.

Sarah W. Gregory [Parents] 1 was born on 9 Dec 1869. She died on 3 Mar 1960. She was buried in Fairview Baptist Cemetery, Union Co., South Carolina. She married Martin Gilliam Koon on 31 Dec 1891. Sarah was born before 1870.

They had the following children:

  M ii Samuel Koon

Jeremiah D. Gregory [Parents] 1 was born on 22 Oct 1816. He died on 7 Aug 1905. He married Sarah Jolly in 1866/1867.

Other marriages:
Mitchell, Ann

Jeremiah and Nancy had at least one child, Eugenia. She appears withNancy and Jeremiah in the 1850 census. In 1860, Jeremiah and Eugenia arewithout Nancy. Jerry is a farmer with real estate valued at $1,000 andpersonal property valued at $230. Eugenia is a student.

In 1870 Jerry is married (1867) to Sallie. Other occupants of the houseinclude Eugenia, Isbell (age 13), Samuel, Martha, Sallie and Bee.

Isbell is probably the second child of Jeremiah and Nancy, who was livingwith other relatives in 1860. In 1880, Eugenia and Isbell are gone fromthe home but Jeremiah's second family remains.

In 1900, Jerry and Sallie are alone. He is listed at 97 years old and hisbirthdate is listed as October, 1802. His tombstone reads 22 October1816. The consensus is that the latter is correct. Sallie's birthdate islisted as October, 1827. The number of years married is thirty-three,which means the couple probably married in 1866-67. Sallie is listed asthe mother of four children.

In 1900, Jeremiah - apparently aware of his advancing years - deeded tohis sons, Bee (Barton B.) and Samuel Gregory, "for love and affection and$5 from my sons (above named), and in consideration of advances made tome for my support in my old age: all my right, title and interest in thattract of land bounded on the north side by the road leading from B.Crawford's to Sims, a line known as Joe Crawford Line, adjoining landbeing now owned by John Gillian; John Smith Line, Nicholson's Line(formerly B. Crawford Line); A. Levy Palmer and Goings Line (formerly J.Jolly Line); and Mrs. Fannie Spears Line (formerly Widow Edwards Line)".

Sarah Jolly was born on 7 Oct 1827. She died on 12 Jun 1911. She married Jeremiah D. Gregory in 1866/1867.

They had the following children:

  M i Samuel Gregory
  F ii Martha Gregory was born about 1867. Martha was born before 1870.
  F iii Sarah W. Gregory
  M iv Barton B. Gregory

Samuel Gregory [Parents] was born on 12 Jan 1866. Samuel was born before 1870. He was counted in a census in 1900 in H, , , Ella (May 1875) is apparently his second wife, as th.

Other marriages:
??, Ella

He had the following children:

  M i Aubrey Gregory was born in May 1890.

Samuel Gregory [Parents] was born on 12 Jan 1866. He married Ella ?? about 1894. Samuel was born before 1870. He was counted in a census in 1900 in H, , , Ella (May 1875) is apparently his second wife, as th.

Other marriages:
Unknown

Ella ?? was born in May 1875. She married Samuel Gregory about 1894.

They had the following children:

  F i Caurey Gregory

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