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Richard Gregg
Birth: 1718
Chester County
Pennsylvania, USA
Death: Oct. 21, 1754
New Castle County
Delaware, USA

NO MARKER, Four fieldstones mark each corner of the graveyard

Son of George Gregg and Sarah Hogg
(May have died in Chester, PA)

m: Ann Hadley, Apr 12 1735
ch inc:
-Simon Gregg, 1736 1816
-Sarah Gregg, 1738 1813 m:Andrew Smith
-Ruth Gregg, 1739 1799 m: William Bracken
-Jacob Gregg, 1741 1798-1801 m: Susanna Underwood
-Miriam/Mary Gregg, 1743 m: J. Barker
-William Gregg, 1744 1818 m: Charity Jordan
-Deborah Gregg, 1746 1821
-Miriam Gregg, 1746 1831
-Phoebe Gregg, 1748 1823

U.S. and International Marriage Records, 1560-1900
Name: Richard Gregg, Gender: Male
Birth Place: PA; Birth Year: 1718
Spouse Name: Anne Hadley
Spouse Birth Place: PA; Birth Year: 1717
Marriage Year: 1735
Marriage State: PA
Number Pages: 1

Millennium File
Name: Richard Gregg
Gender: Male
Birth Date: 1718
Birth Place: New Castle, Delaware, USA
Death Date: Oct 1754
Death Place: Chester, Pennsylvania
Marriage Date: 12 Apr 1735
Father: George Gregg
Mother: Sarah Hogg
Spouse: Ann Hadley
Children: Ruth Gregg
Spouse Father: Simon Hadley
Spouse Mother: Ruth Miller

New Castle County, Delaware Wills, 1682-1800
Name: Richard Gregg
Will Loc: Chris. Hd.
Will Made Date: 17 Sep 1754
Will Probate Date: 21 Oct 1754
Will Book: Misc; Page: 1.128
Comment: Yeoman; Wife, Ann; children; three sons; five daughters. Exc. wife, Ann. Trustees, couzens, Samuel and Harmen Gregg.


Life Story:
"Disowned by the Quakers
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 County, South Carolina.
Richard GREGG was born in 1718 in Chester Co, Penn.- Society Of Friends (Quaker). He died in 1754 in New Castle Co, Delaware. He WD on September 17, 1754 in Christian Hundred, New Castle Co, Del... He WP on October 21, 1754 in Christian Hundred, New Castle Co, Del... Trustees of Richard's will fr Ann was cousins Samuel and Harmen GREGG..
He was married to Ann Hadley (daughter of Simon Hadley and Ruth Miller) on April 12, 1735 in New Garden Mo. Mtg, Chester Co, Penn.. Richard requested that he could marry Anne in New Garden Monthly Meeting from her Newark Monthly Mtg. and was granted that wish.. Ann Hadley was born on December 7, 1717 in Chester Co, Penn.- Society Of Friends (Quaker). "

Sandra7777777o riginally submitted this Life Story to GREGG Family Tree on 24 Dec 2009 
 
Family links: 
 Parents:
  George Gregg (1674 - 1744)
  Sarah Hogg Gregg (1694 - 1769)
 
 Spouse:
  Ann Hadley Gregg (1717 - 1750)
 
 Children:
  Jacob Gregg (1741 - 1801)*
  Sarah Gregg Gregg (1753 - 1833)*
 
 Sibling:
  John Gregg (1716 - 1788)*
  Richard Gregg (1718 - 1754)
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Gregg Plantation Burial Grounds
New Castle County
Delaware, USA
 
Created by: LaDon Brennan
Record added: Dec 27, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 63388020
 


- Donna Price
 Added: Mar. 21, 2014

- Leita Reece
 Added: Feb. 26, 2014
Rest in peace, great-great-great-great-great grandfather, via your son Jacob, his son Nathan, his son Aaron Didd, his daughter, Bessie Susan, and her son, Paul Raymond Pullen - who is my father.
- LaDon Brennan
 Added: Aug. 15, 2012
 
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