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History of Grindal Shoals and some early adjacent families

J. D. Bailey

History of Grindal Shoals and some early adjacent families

by J. D. Bailey

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Published by The Ledger print in Gaffney, S.C .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Grindal Shoals (S.C.)
    • Subjects:
    • Grindal Shoals (S.C.),
    • Grindal Shoals (S.C.) -- Genealogy.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Rev. J. D. Bailey.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF279.G84 B2
      The Physical Object
      Pagination85 p.
      Number of Pages85
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6703442M
      LC Control Number27014523
      OCLC/WorldCa6047774

      Our Howard Family Line can be traced back to Obadiah Howard () who married Priscilla Avery Breed (). Obadiah was born in North Carolina and died in Kentucky, and Priscilla was born in Connecticut and died in Kentucky. Obadiah's father has not been conclusively determined but was probably Stephen Howard (). Some Martin, Jeffries, and Wayman families and connections of Virginia, Maryland, by Lynn family (Book) 1 Collection of obiturary notices, , and an article on the history of Grindal Shoals, a crossing on the Pacolet River located in the South Carolina Counties of Union and Cherokee.

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♥ Book Title: History of Grindal Shoals ♣ Name Author: J. Bailey ∞ Launching: Info ISBN Link: ⊗ Detail ISBN code: ⊕ Number Pages: Total 86 sheet ♮ News id: OLy2AAAACAAJ Download File Start Reading ☯ Full Synopsis: "Grindal Shoals is located on the Pacolet River between Spartanburg and Union counties.

History of Grindal Shoals and some early adjacent families, [Bailey, J. D] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. History of Grindal Shoals and some early adjacent familiesAuthor: J. D Bailey. Bailey, in his early history, gives detail on William Sharp, "Horseshoe" Robinson and Major Butler, General Morgan's encampment in Grindal Shoals, and other early history about this important section of S.C.

He goes into considerable detail on some of the early adjacent family names: Bailey, Beckham, Bullock, Chesney. Some family history centers and libraries maintain collections of previously loaned microfilms or microfiche.

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Historic Grindal Shoals A few miles northeast of Jonesville on Pacolet River was the location of the old Grindal Shoals, the most noted ford on the Pacolet during the Revolution.

It is said that John Grindal came to the beautiful shoal on the Pacolet and obtained a grant for it and adjacent lands; and hence the name Grindal Shoal. John Beckham Jr.’s first cousin, Betsy Henderson, married Henry Fernandis. Fernandis also opened a store at Grindal Shoals. Bailey in his History of Grindal Shoals, p wrote: “Alexander Macbeth, discovering that Fernandis possessed high qualifications as a business man, set him up in a mercantile business.

Hard times and reverses came on, and he failed. The house that Tarleton burned was the cabin that John Beckham had built, and where his family had lived until he sold the land to William Hodge in In the Union County Will Abstracts book by Brent Holcomb, p Augis found the following: “Personally appeared John Hodge and John Grindal Senr.

Sherod James came to the Grindal Shoals community after the Revolutionary War. The Reverend J. Bailey in his book, History of Grindal Shoals, states that Sherod James served as a Patriot soldier while residing in North Carolina.

Traditional accounts state that he lived to be years of age and was buried in the Gilead cemetery in an. The church was regarded as a part of the Grindal Shoals community at this time and was on the Grindal Shoals road.

It was early referred to as Coleman’s Meeting House because the Colemans were the prime contributors to the construction of a place for worship. Robert Coleman helped members of the Coleman family and his neighbors’ children.

Micajah received a land grant from King George the third in in Richmond (now Columbia) County, GA adjacent Daniel Marshall. I think the date that Mr. Ivey mentioned was the beginning of the American records on the same property.

The Reverend J. Bailey, in his book, History of Grindal Shoals, pageswrote: “A party of four or five Tories went to the house of Daniel Jackson, west of Fairforest to plunder. One of them took up as much as he could carry. Miss Nancy Jackson kicked.

Get this from a library. History of Grindal Shoals and some early adjacent families. [J D Bailey]. Family stories and historic events of Grindal Shoals, Union Co., South Carolina – Another family that was among the early Enoree River settlers was the John Cannon family.

He was born inin Kent County, Dover, England. In the book, Some South Carolina Genealogical Records. History of Grindal Shoals and some early adjacent families Family History ) FindMyPast.

South Carolina Map. Cherokee County shown in red. Research Tip. Histories and genealogies are published books or collections that contain genealogical information. They may include county histories, town histories, other types of histories, collections. Get this from a library. History of Grindal Shoals and some early adjacent families.

[J D Bailey]. This particular day I was searching for the History of Grindal Shoals (which is chock full of information about some of my families). Alas (same Old Flood Story); it is gone gone gone. Some of my family (Sammon in particular) lived for a period of time in Greenville County, South Carolina (trivia: actress Joanne Woodward’s family was from.

History of Grindal Shoals and Some Early Adjacent Families by Rev. Bailey The Wisackyda Historical Festival Reviews and Prospect Community Union County, N.C. by Mary Hinson Whitaker Helms Descendents by Gerald C. Helms, Sara Myers, William E. Helms, Jr. D Bailey, History of Grindal Shoals and Some Early Adjacent Families (Ledger print, ), p.

79 Order History of Grindal Shoals and Some Early Adjacent Families. Moss Gilmer Bobby, Old Iron District: A Study of the Development of Cherokee County (Auburn, NY: Jacobs Press, ), pp.

Order Old Iron District: A Study of the Development of. Joab Mitchell – "History of Grindal Shoals" by J. Bailey, p.

"moved to Tennessee before the war of Revolution."; (DAR Patriots Index: Served in NC and died Ma ) John McMahon – Served in the Rangers under Capt. John Caldwell and Col. Thomson. Pages of "History of Grindal Shoals and Some Early Adjacent Families", by Rev.

James Davis Bailey, ReprintedA Press, Inc., Greenville, SC, say: "Capt. Charles Sims lived too far from Grindal to be included in these sketches, but the story of Ellis Fowler is so completely entwined with that of Capt.

Sims, that it is impossible to. Adam Goudelock Land. 12 Mar - Albemarle County, Virginia, Surveyor's Plat Book - Adam Goudelock, acres on a Spring Branch, neighbors Martha Stockton and Sarah Stockton. This was on what was then known as Virgin Spring Creek, but is now known as Dollins Creek.

Sep - Albemarle County, Virginia. For the defense and protection of the frontier against the .History of Grindal Shoals and some early adjacent families.

The community is now abandoned, but located 2 miles above where highway #18 from Gaffney to Jonesville crosses the Pacolet.

Pinckneyville was located in the bend of the Pacolet River, just before it emptied into the Broad River.

Source Needed, Secondary quality.BIBLIOGRAPHY Abee, Blanche Humphry, Colonists of Carolina in the Lineage of Honorable W.D. Humphry, chapter XXVI, The Ivey Family, Richmon d, Virginia, The William Byrd Press, File Size: 32KB.