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Grison, Grisson, Gryson, Griston, McGriston, Grisons
Posted by: Alan Grierson (ID *****3003) Date: May 15, 2003 at 14:32:40
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I am interested in sharing information and ideas on the surname origins of the combinations listed above. Anyone with similar interests, who is truly dedicated, sincere and wants to further their knowledge for the benefit of the posterity, please be in touch. I am new to Grison, Gristone research, but I have seen over lapping version of Grierson, listed at Grison, Grisone, Grierston and would be pleased to hear from anyone who has had similar experiences. My work progresses, and I am very thankful for Roz Griston for having come a long when he has, pointing out that a Griston was aka Greherson, which is also a variant, misuse of the surname of Grierson, or Greerson, Greirson, Grearson, and sometimes Greierson.

We find over lapping information with Grisson, Griersom, and no doubt, will find other similarities in the near and distant future. Perhaps there is afterall a connection from the ancient Gristons of Roz's lineage of Norfolk, England to the Griersons of Dumfries-shire, Scotland?

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