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Another Daniel of French origin......
Posted by: Jo Ellen Nervig Date: September 03, 2000 at 20:55:45
In Reply to: Dr. Harris Greeno (plus Samuel & Daniel) by Todd A. Farmerie of 367

This is interesting to me because my ggg.grandfather, Daniel Grignon [sort of pronounced Gren' yo in Fr.], aka Daniel Greenough, then Greeno, was of French origin. We believe my Daniel to have been born in Addison Co., VT but we have no proof of that yet. We have been unable to connect him to any parents or siblings. We have no birth or death and know only that he married Wealthy Ann KELLOGG [thus his name was originally found in the KELLOGG history as Daniel "GRIGNOR" which is incorrect spelling] and find him again in OH mentioned in a biography of his son-in-law. We believe he was b. about 1800, however, and d. 1850+. There are so many Daniel Greeno's that they get pretty confusing.....Daniel probably went to OH around 1830.


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