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flag male ancestor  Edward  GRESHAM (GRISHAM)

  (b. 9 March 1801 Chester, South Carolina, USA   d. 19 Mary 1859 Vernon, Jackson, Louisiana, USA )  

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Edward GRESHAM (GRISHAM) was born 9 March 1801 in Chester, South Carolina, USA. Edward GRESHAM (GRISHAM) was the child of Jeremiah GRISHAM   and   Frances LEMMON and the grandchild of: (paternal)  John GRISHAM and Elinor UNKNOWN

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Edward  married  Sarah BROWNING 9 March 1818 in Louisiana, USA .  Sarah BROWNING  was born 8 February 1798 in Vernon, Jackson, Louisiana, USA.  Sarah died 3 December 1853 in Vernon, Jackson, Louisiana, USA.  Sarah was the child of Edmund Lloyd BROWNING and Sarah ALLEN.

Edward GRESHAM (GRISHAM) died 19 Mary 1859 in Vernon, Jackson, Louisiana, USA.
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  • 1801 Birth
    9 March 1801
    Chester, South Carolina, USA
  • 1818 Marriage / Partner
    Edward GRESHAM (GRISHAM) and Sarah BROWNING 9 March 1818, , Louisiana, USA
  • 1853 Death of Spouse/Partner
    Sarah BROWNING died 3 December 1853, Vernon, Jackson, Louisiana, USA


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