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Grimes, Cook and related families of Wayne County, Tennessee

a genealogy : related families, Johnson, Morris, Montague, 1800-1960

by Jay Cook Grimes

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Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (page 123).

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LC ClassificationsF435.1.G75 G7
The Physical Object
Pagination123 pages :
Number of Pages123
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL26584199M
OCLC/WorldCa9216059

The Anglo-Saxon name Grimes comes from the baptismal name for the son of Grimme.. Early Origins of the Grimes family. The surname Grimes was first found in East Cheshire where they held a family seat from very early times.. Early History of the Grimes family. This web page shows only a small excerpt of our Grimes :// Get this book in print Thomas Cox of Wayne County. Isaac Cox. The Cox Family of Surry County 1st marriage Abigail Alice Anna Annie Benjamin Benjamin31 brother Buckram Caroline Catharine Charles Church Coles Cornwall County Cox families Cox,—born Daniel daughter David Deborah died Edward Eliza Elizabeth Emily Emma England

Jacob Grimes Braden 24 Apr North Carolina - 11 Dec Anne Eliza (Braden) Edward Braden 01 Jun Claiborne County, Tennessee, United States (Braden) Stiles 08 Feb Wayne Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania - 30 Apr managed by Robert Cox last edited 28 Mar Mary E Claiborne County Pioneer Project () The Claiborne County Pioneer Project is a private endeavor to record the genealogy of the residents of Claiborne County, Tennessee prior to O individuals have been documented as being born, lived or died in the county

  Even though there are over 3, families in the book, there are still a lot of Mabe or Mabe-related families not accounted for in the book. Let me know if your family line is not in the report and I will add it. The main report is in book format and has eight generations of William Mabe's :// Get this from a library! Ancestors and descendants of Frederick Rose: of Sussex County, Virginia, Orange County, North Carolina, and Wayne and Hardin Counties, Tennessee. [Christine Rose] -- William Rose (d/) immigrated from England to James City County, Virginia about Frederick Rose (b) moved to North Carolina and later to ://


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Grimes, Cook and related families of Wayne County, Tennessee by Jay Cook Grimes Download PDF EPUB FB2

Chiefly ancestors and relatives of Jay Cook Grimes, the author of this book. Jay Cook Grimes, son of William Henry and Nancy Elizabeth Cook Grimes, was born 20 February, in Wayne Grimes, Tennessee.

On 4 August he married Charlotte Ella Busey, daughter of " Dr. John Francis and Ella (Lowery) Busey, of Frisco City, Alabama."--P. Grimes, Cook, and related families of Wayne County, Tennessee [database on-line]. Provo, UT: Operations Inc,   Wayne County, Tennessee ancestry, family history, and genealogy research page.

Guide to Wayne County (established ) genealogy, history, Tennessee book courthouse sources including birth records, marriage records, death records, census records, wills, deeds and land records, Civil War records, Revolutionary War records, family histories, cemeteries, churches, tax records, newspapers, and ,_Tennessee.

Get this from a library. Grimes, Cook, and related families of Wayne County, Tennessee: a genealogy: related families, Johnson, Morris, Montague, [Jay Cook Grimes] Grimes, Cook, and related families of Wayne County, Tennessee: Orena V.

Grant genealogical collection (marriages and cemetery records)   Cook - See Grimes; Grimes - Grimes, Jay Cook. Grimes, Cook and Related Families of Wayne County, Tennessee: A Genealogy. Related Families, Johnson, Morris, Montague, 16 and 30 FHL US/CAN Book B5w. The West Tennessee Historical Society Papers are indexed in PERiodical Source Index,_Tennessee.

Grimes, Cook, and Related Families of Wayne County, Tennessee (Source: MyHeritage) ($) Biography of Benjamin F. Hanes Biographical and Historical Memoirs of Western Arkansas, (Source: Internet Archive) Biography of James R.

Hollis (Source: USGenWeb Arkansas Archives)   GRIMES, John = Elizabeth M. STUBBLEFIELD - - - Source: "Cook, Grimes and Related Families" by Jay Cook Grimes - River Counties & Goodspeeds Wayne Co.

TN Biographies. GRIMES, Mary A. = James F. MEREDITH - - Source: Goodspeed’s Wayne County   Hardin County is located in southern West Tennessee. The Tennessee River bisects the county from south to north.

The county is bordered on the south by Lauderdale county, Alabama, and Tishomingo county, Mississippi; on the east by Wayne County Tennessee, on the north by Decatur and Henderson counties, and on the west by Chester and McNairy counties,   More than 25 books or articles have been published about DeKalb County's families.

Descendants of some historic residents have had their DNA tested. Main article: DeKalb County, Tennessee. General [edit | edit source] The Justin Potter Library in Smithville, Tennessee maintains an online list of published genealogies held in their ://,_Tennessee_Compiled_Genealogies.

The Roberts-Smith book: the Roberts and Smith families of upcountry South Carolina North Carolina, Bedford County, Tennessee, Cook, Jerry Wayne, The Cook family in America: a family history of Thomas and Milly The Frosts and related families of Bedford County, Tennessee, [] Potts, J.

Ivan (James Ivan),The Potts The families were originally from Cumberland County, England. Joseph “D” Dunn and brother “Jack” came to Collinwood, Wayne County, Tennessee in to build and operate the “Anna” Iron Furnace for the Tennessee Valley Iron and Railroad ://   Sims, Paris & Related Families by Almond J.

Sims. Skeltons of the Civil War: True Ghost Stories of the Army of Tennessee by Debra Glass & Heath Mathews. Slave owners in the census of Wayne County, TN by Judy Myrick Miller.

Slavery of the Tennessee Frontier by Edward Michael McCormack. Smith's & Other Relatives by Glenda ~lcarchives/ Grimes, Cook, and related families of Wayne County, Tennessee: a genealogy: related families, Johnson, Morris, Montague, / By Jay Cook Grimes.

Abstract. Includes bibliographical references (p. ) and of access: Internet   Wayne (old) County existed only briefly, its legality is questionable, and little trace remains.

It was not recognized by the subsequent North Carolina, Southwest Territory, or Tennessee governments. In the first county reconstituted by the new State of Tennessee was Franklin's Wayne (old) County, only it was called Carter ://,_Tennessee. In Wayne County, Tennessee no slaves were listed as fugitives from the state.

A few were listed as idiotic, but none were found to be blind, deaf, dumb or insane. Several were “leased” from other slave owners and several of them were owned by individuals or heirs from Maury Co., ~tnwayne/slave/ Related surnames: COOKE () KOCH Wayne R. Cook s managed by Wayne Cook Amy C.

(Cook) Bliss abt 21 Dec Moriah, Essex, New York, United States Laura Elizabeth (Cook) Perdue 22 Mar Sumner County, Tennessee, United States - 22 Dec Celina (Cook) Wayne County Indiana Marriage Records represe marriage records for Wayne County Indiana.

The range of years covers For additional information on the marriage records, or for any marriage certificate, researchers should contact the local clerk office. Wayne County was created in from Clark and Dearborn James Eli Grimes 28 May Wayne, Tennessee, USA Arthur Matthew Grimes 16 Oct Chicago, Cook, Illinois, USA - 30 Apr managed by Deb Pauli last edited 10 Apr James Carroll Grimes 05 Dec Lewis County, Tennessee, USA - Related data collections.

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