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GREGG, William*
(1642-1687)
WILKINSON, Ann*
(1644-1692)
GREGG, George
HOGG, Sarah
GREGG, Richard
(1710-Bef 1754)

 

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HADLEY, Ann

GREGG, Richard 1067

  • Born: 1710 1065
  • Marriage: HADLEY, Ann on 12 Apr 1735 in New Garden Mtg, Chester County, Pennsylvania Colony 1067
  • Died: Bef 1754 1065
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bullet  Noted events in his life were:

1. Residence, 12 Apr 1735, New Castle County On Delaware, Pennsylvania Colony. 1067

2. Story. (posted at Gregg Family website) Richard Gregg and Anne HADLEY lived as Quakers in Wilmington, Delaware. They had eight children including Simon Gregg 1736, Sarah 1738,Jacob 1741-1801, William 1744, Miriam 1746, Deborah 1747, Phoebe 1749 and Ruth who married William BRACKEN. Many of Richard and Annes children where disowned by the Quakers for marrying out of the church and they moved to the Carolinas.The book Quaker Greggs states that Jacob Gregg and his wife Susanna UNDERWOOD moved with their cousin Jacob Gregg and wife Polly HATCHER, along with the HOLLINGSWORTHS and the BRACKENS to Cane Creek Meeting in Almance Co. South Carolina.


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Richard married Ann HADLEY, daughter of Simon* HADLEY and Ruth* MILLER, on 12 Apr 1735 in New Garden Mtg, Chester County, Pennsylvania Colony.1067 (Ann HADLEY was born on 7 Dec 1717 in Chester County, Pennsylvania Colony 1065 and died on 18 Dec 1750.)

bullet  Noted events in their marriage were:

1. Marriage Notice, 12 Apr 1735, New Garden Mtg, Chester County, Pennsylvania Colony. 1067 Richard Gregg married Anne Hadley.




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