Gregg

Family History




Generation One

Grandparent


Glenn Earl Gregg

Born: November 23rd, 1908 near Ft. Madison, Lee county, Iowa. He was the son of Waldo Carroll Gregg and Bertha Scholz Gregg.


Died: July 7th 1967 in Ft. Madison, Iowa.


Married: LIVING Fairchild in 1946.


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LIVING Fairchild

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Married: in 1946 to Glenn Gregg.





Children of

LIVING Gregg
LIVING Gregg




Siblings


Leah Ester Gregg

Born: March 9th, 1895 near Ft. Madison, Lee county, Iowa. She was the daughter of Waldo Carroll Gregg and Bertha Scholz Gregg.


Died: August 19th, 1986.


Married: Raymond Gerber.


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LIVING Gerber
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Lawrence Everett Gregg

Born: February 28th, 1898 near Ft. Madison, Lee county, Iowa. He was the son of Waldo Carroll Gregg and Bertha Scholz Gregg.


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Children of Lawrence and Marjorie Gregg

Lawrence Gregg
Buzzie Gregg



Lloyd Edgar Gregg

Born: January 29th, 1900 near Ft. Madison, Lee county, Iowa. He was the son of Waldo Carroll Gregg and Bertha Scholz Gregg.


Died: April 25th, 1939 in Ft. Madison, Iowa.


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Lucille Myrtle or Miriel Gregg

Born: December 27, 1903 near Ft. Madison, Lee county, Iowa. She was the daughter of Waldo Carroll Gregg and Bertha Scholz Gregg.


Died: September 26, 1991.


Married: David Chambers on August 21, 1928.


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Ott Kermit Gregg

Born: October 6th, 1909 near Ft. Madison, Lee county, Iowa. He was the sone of Waldo Carroll Gregg and Bertha Scholz Gregg.


Died: March 26th, 1975 in Ft. Madison, Iowa


Married: LIVING


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Generation Two

Great Grandparent


Waldo Carroll Gregg

Born: August 2nd, 1869 near Ft. Madison, Lee County, Iowa


Died: November 22, 1960 near Ft. Madison, Lee County, Iowa


Married: Bertha W. Scholz on February 20th, 1894.


Notes for Waldo Carroll Gregg:


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Buried at Fairview cemetary near Sawyer, Iowa in Washington township section 16.






Bertha Wilhelmina Scholz

Born: February 20, 1872 near Ft. Madison, Lee County, Iowa
Died: January 9th, 1923 near Ft. Madison, Lee County, Iowa
Married: Waldo C. Gregg on February 20th, 1894.


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Buried at Fairview cemetary near Sawyer, Iowa in Washington township section 16. Bertha died of breast cancer.





Children of Waldo and Bertha Gregg:

Leah Ester
Lawrence Everett
Lloyd Edgar
Lucille Myrtle or Miriel
Glenn Earl
Ott Kermit




Siblings


Eddie Gregg

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Gladys Gregg

Born: May 17th, 1874 near Ft. Madison, Lee county, Iowa. She was the sister of Waldo Gregg.


Died: June 14th, 1942 near Ft. Madison, Lee county, Iowa.


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Buried at Fairview cemetary near Sawyer, Iowa in Washington township section 16. Never married. Was a phone operator with her sister May in Wever, IA. Also was a teacher at Brush College Gladys died of cancer, her niece Leah Gregg Gerber took care of her while she was ill. Apparently had a pet peeve about dishes dripping on the floor.




May Hannah Gregg

Born: May 5th, 1866 near Ft. Madison, Lee county, Iowa. She was the sister of Waldo Gregg.


Died: November 22, 1930 near Ft. Madison, Lee county, Iowa.


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Buried at Fairview cemetary near Sawyer, Iowa in Washington township section 16. Never married. Was a phone operator with her sister May in Wever, IA. Also was a teacher at Brush College



Clara Auguste Scholz

Born: June 28th,1882 near Ft. Madison, Lee county, Iowa. She was the sister of Bertha Wilhelmina Scholz
Died: December 31st, 1965.
Married Walter Huebner


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Walter Huebner

Born: October 22nd, 1879
Died: June 30th, 1919
Married: Clara Scholz


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Caroline Christina Scholz

Born: 1869 near Ft. Madison, Lee county, Iowa. She was the sister of Bertha Wilhelmina Scholz
Died: 1957


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Mom says that Caroline never married because her parents forbid it, because they wanted her to take care of them as they grew old. She apparently had a gentleman who wanted to marry her. Most of the pictures I see her in she looks very sad especially the older ones. Apparently she used to wash and iron shirts for my grandfather and his brother Ott when they used to go out dancing. Always had tons of coffee and coffee cake on hand. Spoke German as well and was a very good cook.






Robert Scholz

Born: 1867 near Ft. Madison, Lee county, Iowa. He was the brother of Bertha Wilhelmina Scholz
Died: 1945.
Married Alice


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Generation Three

2nd Great Grandparent


William Carroll Gregg

Born: October 17th, 1838 near Ft. Madison, Lee county, Iowa. He was the son of Thomas Gregg and Keziah Roberts

Died: March 18th, 1920 near Ft. Madison, Lee county, Iowa

Married: Adeline Phares on August 30th, 1862 with Silas Gregg as witness.


Notes for William Carroll Gregg:

Bio from the 1879 History of Lee County:

Gregg, WM. C., farmer and carpenter; was born in Washington Twp., this county, on the farm where he now resides Oct. 17, 1838; he received his education at Brush College.

August, 1862, he married Miss Adelia G., daughter of Dr. Johnson and Hannah H. Phares; she was born at Ft. Madison Feb. 17, 1838; her father was one of the first physicians of Ft. Madison, and erected the first frame house in the city; he was born in Cincinnati, Ohio; his wife at Watertown, N.Y. where they were married; he had in New York a good practice, but almost abandoned his profession on coming to Lee Co., where he was first to start a store for the exclusive sale of dry goods; he died in 1842; her mother in 1876, at 69 years of age.

Soon after his marriage, Mr. Gregg enlisted in the 30th I.V.I., Co. I; participated in the battles of Arkansas Post, Vicksburg, all through Lookout Mountain, Atlanta, Savannah and Sherman's march to the sea, with eighteen months hospital duty; was mustered out at Davenport, Iowa May, 1865.

They have three children - Hannah May, born May 5, 1866; Waldo, Aug. 2, 1869; Gladys, May 17, 1874. Neutral in politics. Owns the farm where he was born, containing 90 acres, valued at $45 per acre.


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Buried at Fairview cemetary near Sawyer, Iowa in Washington township section 16.







Adaline "Adelia" Phares

Born: February 7th, 1838 in Ft. Madison, Lee county, Iowa. She was the daughter of Dr. Johnston Phares and Hannah Haven.


Died: January 6th, 1915 near Ft. Madison, Lee county, Iowa.


Married: William C. Gregg on August 30th, 1862 with Silas Gregg as witness.


Notes for Adaline Gregg:

Bio from the 1879 History of Lee County:

...Miss Adelia G., daughter of Dr. Johnson and Hannah H. Phares; she was born at Ft. Madison Feb. 17, 1838; her father was one of the first physicians of Ft. Madison, and erected the first frame house in the city; he was born in Cincinnati, Ohio; his wife at Watertown, N.Y. where they were married; he had in New York a good practice, but almost abandoned his profession on coming to Lee Co., where he was first to start a store for the exclusive sale of dry goods; he died in 1842; her mother in 1876, at 69 years of age.

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Personal notes:

Buried at Fairview cemetary near Sawyer, Iowa in Washington township section 16.




Children of William Carroll and Adaline Gregg:

Eddie Gregg
Waldo Carroll Gregg
Gladys Gregg
May Hannah Gregg




Heinrich Scholz

Born: May 5th, 1833.


Died: April 27, 1916 near Ft. Madison, Lee county, Iowa.


Married: Auguste H. C. Lange on April 26, 1866, with P. Gilligan as witness and Ed Hoffman officiating.


Notes for Heinrich Scholz:

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Buried at Claypoole cemetary near Wever, Iowa in Green Bay township section 18. Was in the Company I, 30th Iowa volunteer infantry in the Civil War. Did not let their daughter Caroline marry because they wanted her to take care of them in their old age.




Auguste Lange

Born: October 4th, 1843.


Died: October 30th, 1930 near Ft. Madison, Lee county, Iowa.


Married: Heinrich Scholz on April 26, 1866, with P. Gilligan as witness and Ed Hoffman officiating.


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Buried at Claypoole cemetary near Wever, Iowa in Green Bay township section 18. Used to send post cards written in German to my grandather Glenn Gregg.




Children of Heinrich Scholz and Auguste Lange:
Clara Scholz
Bertha Scholz
Caroline Scholz
Robert Scholz




Siblings


Silas Gregg

Born: July 25th, 1823 near Springfield, Sangamon county, Illinois. He was the son of Thomas Gregg and Keziah Roberts and the brother of William Carroll Gregg.


Died: August 17th, 1889 near Ft. Madison, Lee county, Iowa


Married: Abby A. (Amanda) Hornby on November 5th, 1848, with Elder John Thompson as witness.


Notes for Silas Gregg:

Bio from the 1879 History of Lee County:

Gregg, Silas, farmer, Sec. 14; P.O. Fort Madison, of English origin; his great grandfather was born in England; emigrated to America, and settled in Southwestern Virginia; there his grandfather, _____ Gregg was born. Married Miss Comber, and settled near Knoxville, Tenn., where his father, Thomas Gregg, was born in 1798.

When young, was taken by his father to Edwardsville, Madison Co., Ill., where they remained until the death of his parents, soon after which he returned to Sangamon, Co., near Springfield, Ill., and in the spring of 1822, married Miss Keziah Roberts, born in Kentucky, Nov. 23, 1806; had ten children; two sons and four daughters grew to manhood and womanhood, the most of whom are settled in the West.

Silas, the eldest, was born near Springfield, Ill., July 25, 1823; at 4 years of age, moved, with his parents, to Adams Co., Ill., thence to Wisconsin, near Mineral Point; the fall of 1829, to Quincy, Ill., the spring of 1837, they came to Lee Co., and settled at their present place of residence.

He received his education at the common schools, with six months at Denmark Academy; the winter of 1844 and 1845, he taught the first school - a business he has followed in his own and adjoining districts, without intermission during the winter months, and has taught several terms of summer school by request.

In November, 1848, he married Miss Abby A. Hornby, daughter of John H., whose biography is to be found elsewhere; she was born in Maine Sept. 17, 1823; he owns 110 acres of land, valued at $35 per acre; they have three sons and one daughter; Sarah E. born March 3, 1851 - the wife of D. W. Bean a farmer of this township; Oscar, born March 4, 1854; S.W., born April 18, 1859; George W., born Sept. 12, 1861. Republican.

Mr. And Mrs. Gregg, their daughter and eldest sons, are members of the Christian Church; has held office of Justice of the Peach for ten years; Township Clerk, and was Assessor for Denmark, Washington, and Green Bay Townships; also took the United States census for Washington Township in 1865; Secretary of the Board of Education for a number of years; in 1870, was elected School Inspector, in which he served until that office was abolished by law.


Personal notes:

Buried at Lost Creek cemetary, section 11 in Washington township. Silas was a founding member of the nearby Lost Creek Congregational Church and donated the property that where the cemetary is located today. Silas, not Thomas, was the original purchaser of one of the parcels mentioned in the Quaker Greggs (purchased as two separate parcels) and was part owner of another 40 acres in Section 14 with Thomas Greggnot mentioned in the Quaker Greggs.




Abby A. "Amanda" Hornby


Born: September 17th, 1823 in Maine. She was the daughter of John Hornby and Hannah Hilton.


Died: January 6th, 1915 near Ft. Madison, Lee county, Iowa.


Married: Silas Gregg on November 5th, 1848, with Elder John Thompson as witness.


Notes for Abby Hornby:

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Buried at Lost Creek cemetary in Washington township. To find out more information about Abby Hornby's ancestry please go to her entry in the Davis-Bean Trees website maintained by Kerry Davis, great-great grandaughter of Silas and Abby Gregg.



Children of Silas and Abby Gregg:

Sarah Ellen Gregg
Oscar Gregg
Silas Walter Gregg
George W. Gregg




Mary Jane Gregg

Born: Unknown. She was the daughter of of Thomas Gregg and Keziah Roberts and the sister of William Carroll Gregg.


Died: Unknown.


Married: James Woods on January 3rd, 1866 with W.H. Ogden as witness and J.H. Lucas officiating. Date of license was January 1st, 1866.


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Listed as Mary Jane in the Book of Marriages in the Cattermole Library, Ft. Madison, Iowa.







James Woods

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Married: on on January 3rd, 1866 with W.H. Ogden as witness and J.H. Lucas officiating. Date of license was January 1st, 1866.


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Silas Gregg was given power of attorney over James Woods estate, from that came the land that was donated to the Lost Creek congregational church and became the Lost Creek Cemetary.





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Martha Emma Gregg

Born: 1832 in Springfield, Sangamon, Illinois. She was the daughter of of Thomas Gregg and Keziah Roberts and the sister of William Carroll Gregg.


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Married: James Oaks on January 1st, 1862 with William Carroll Gregg as witness and G.J. Johnson officiating. Date of license was December 28th, 1861.


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James Oakes

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Married: Martha Gregg on January 1st, 1862 with William Carroll Gregg as witness and G.J. Johnson officiating. Date of license was December 28th, 1861.


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Children of James and Martha Oakes

Emma Oakes
William Oakes
Alice Oakes
Laura Oakes
James Oakes


Emily Gregg

Born: December 9th, 1843 near Ft. Madison, Lee county, Iowa. She was the daughter of of Thomas Gregg and Keziah Roberts and the sister of William Carroll Gregg.


Died: July 16th, 1887 near Hollywood, Ellsworth county, Kansas


Married: David Miller Thompson on October 29, 1862 with William Carroll Gregg as witness and G.J. Johnson officating. Date of license was October 29, 1862.


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David Miller Thompson

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Married: on October 29, 1862 with William Carroll Gregg as witness and G.J. Johnson officating. Date of license was October 29, 1862.


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Drusilla Gregg

Born: July 11th, 1846 near Ft. Madison, Lee county, Iowa. She was the daughter of of Thomas Gregg and Keziah Roberts and the sister of William C. Gregg.


Died: June 6th, 1916 in Newberg, Yamhill county, Oregon.


Married: William Tallman Blanchard on November 26th, 1863 with Silas Gregg as witness and A.C. Williams officiating. Date of license was November 19th, 1863.

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William Blanchard

Born: September 27, 1841 in Fairfield county, Ohio. .


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Married: Drusilla Gregg on November 26th, 1863 with Silas Gregg as witness and A.C. Williams officiating. Date of license was November 19th, 1863.


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Children of William and Drusilla Blanchard

Fred Malin Blanchard
Laura Anna Blanchard
Almeda Keziah Blanchard
Ida May Blanchard
Grant V Blanchard
Budd Gurwell Blanchard
Effie Clara Blanchard
Nettie Blanchard
Walter Roscoe Blanchard
Lloyd Freeman Blanchard
Paul Alvin Blanchard
Ralph Silas Blanchard
Otto William Blanchard


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Died in infancy.




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Generation Four

3rd Great Grandparent


Thomas Gregg

  
Born: December 10th, 1798 in Knoxville, Knox county, Tennessee


Died: October 7th, 1878 near Ft. Madison, Lee county, Iowa


Married: Keziah Roberts in May of 1822 near Springfield, Sangamon county, Illinois


Reconstructed plat of properties settled by John, Thomas, and Silas Gregg.


Notes for Thomas Gregg:

From the 'Quaker Greggs':

Came to Illinois when 4 or 5 with twin brother, John when 4 or 5years old. After his father's death in 1816 and his mother's death shortly thereafter he and twin John were taken by relatives to live in Sangamon County, Ill near Springfield. In 1827 Thomas and Keziah and children moved to Quincy, Adams County, Ill near the Mississippi river.

John and his uncle Herman Gregg both worked at the old Fort Madison and finally found some rich farmland - still owned by Thomas' descendants - and wrote to Thomas at Quincy that he had found the garden spot of the country and for him to come, which move he made for the sake of brotherly love. On April 4, 1837 John and Thomas moved their families into the Black Hawk Purchase entered as Iowa 1847.

They had different personalities. After some years the brother John was overcome by the wonder lust, moved to Wisconsin, later started for Willmette Valley, Oregon in a covered wagon. Thomas refused to go with him saying that they were too old, but John started with his family.

In Lee County, Iowa, Thomas respectively made three original entries of land on March 31, and June 3, 1840; purchase prices of $100, $100 and $50; dates of patent were Dec. 1st from the United States for E one-half of SW one-fourth of Section 13, west half of WE quarter of Section 14, and SW quarter of NE quarter of Section 14. Thomas and wife reared a fine family of three sons and seven daughters well respected and well known throughout the county.


Bio from the Lee County, Iowa Old Settlers Association:

Thomas Gregg was born near Knoxville, Tenn. Dec 10, 1798. Removed to Southern Ill. with his parents when he was 4 or 5 years old, where they died, when he was a lad, subsequently removed with some of his relatives to Sangamon Co. Ill near Springfield, where or at which place he was married to a young lady whose name was Keziah Roberts, in the month of May, 1822.

Then in 1827 removed with his family to Quincy, Adams Co. Ill, where he remained with the exception of a flying trip to Wisconsin, until the year 1837, when he removed with his family to Iowa or "Black Hawk" purchase, as it was then called, it being the 4th day of April that year 1837, near Fort Madison, Lee County, where he resided until his death which occurred on the 7th day of Oct. 1878.

Keziah, his wife, was born in Kentucky, removed with her parents to southern Ill. when quite young, thence to Sangamon Co. Ill., where she was marr. to Thomas Gregg. She was born the 22nd day of Nov. 1806, died the 21st day of Oct. 1873.

To them were born ten children, three of whom were males and seven females. 5 of whom are dead to wit: one male and four females and two males are three females are yet living - two daughters in Wisconsin, one in Burlington, Iowa and two sons in Lee County, living on the land taken up first. Six of the children were marr. - one of whom is now dead. The remaining five which are living are marr. and all have families.


Obituary from the Ft. Madison Democrat. Died October 7, 1878 at the home of his son Silas near Ft. Madison, Iowa:

THOMAS GREGG, in his 80th year. -

He was born in Knox county, Tennessee December 10th, 1798. When quite young he moved with his parents to Madison county, Illinois. Here his parents both died leaving him an orphan. Shortly after this bereavement, he in company with some of his relatives removed to Sangamon county, where he was married to a Miss (Keziah) Roberts, in the spring of 1822.

They had ten children born; five of whom are still living, three girls and two boys. They then removed to Adams county, Illinois, in 1827; lived there for one year and removed to Wisconsin; lived there one year and in 1829 removed to Quincy, Illinois; remained there until 1837, when he with his family removed to Lee county, Iowa, where he has made his permanent home.

His wife died 1873, while on a visit to her daughters in Wisconsin. Mr. Gregg joined the Baptist church in 1843, where he has lived the life of a perfect Christian up to the time of his death. His was a triumphant departure from this earth to his Heavenly Father. The mourning hearts he as left behind, feel that his immortal gain is to them an irreparable loss, and that children and friends cannot but mourn deep and long.

He was one of our substantial pioneers, ever ready to help a friend in need. For the last year he as been quite feeble, being afflicted with diabetes and chronic diarrhea, all of which he bore with Christian fortitude.


Personal notes:

The original homestead was in the S 1/2 of the W 1/2 of the SE 1/4 of section 14 listed in the Quaker Greggs and that piece is still in the family today. It's approximate place is marked on the reconstructed 1841 plat. It is possible to roughly identify where it was with existing fence lines. Near there is an old well which was used by the family, as well as a rose we believe may have been cultivated in their garden. Note that contrary to the Quaker Greggs, original patent records from the Lee county recorders office show that Silas Gregg was the original owner of record for one of three plots listed in the book, the E 1/2 of the SW 1/4 of section 14. There was also another piece, the SW 1/4 of the NE 1/4 of Section 14, that is not listed in the Quaker Gregg's but was purchased jointly by Thomas and Silas and was later sold to neighbor Willis Morgan Lee.

An interesting piece of family lore is that when John and Thomas came to the property from Quincy, Illiinois in the 1830's, there apparently was an Sac & Fox village along Mud creek that borders the property in Section 13. Apparently the Indians had removed so quickly from the area that the teepee poles were still in place. Also, the Indians used the high ridge on the south side of the creek to spy out game on the other hill overlooking the valley. The family has found a huge number of arrow and axe heads in the creek. Most of these were donated to the Lee county historical society, and some are still in the family's possession. I have personally found two hide scrapers (one of which is lost) and two tomahawk heads on the property.

Both Thomas and John are listed in the Primitive Baptist Library as being members of the Sugar Creek Baptist Church. Sugar Creek Church was organized in 1843, in Lee County, and united with the Des Moines River Association the same year. Elder William Bradley was an early member of this church, one of many he started. The exact location of the church is marked in the Donnellson library cemetary records as near the Blacksmith cemetary, section 14, Franklin township, north of Franklin about 2 miles. The church continued to meet until 1879.

It looks like Thomas and possibly John were founding members of the church. Also interesting is that the church disbanded shortly after Thomas' death. Both were elected to go to the Des Moines River Association three day association meeting in 1850. I find it interesting they attended this church, as it would have been a long trip from their place of residence, at least two hours travel time by horse. They might have taken the railroad out from Ft. Madison, which passed close to the church.

I have tried to find Thomas' grave, but it is not listed in the cemetary records for the county. Unless he was buried on old family land, I believe it is likely he was buried in Lost Creek Cemetary with his son, daughter-in-law, and grandson, Silas, Abby, and Oscar Gregg, respectively, and the stone is lost.




Keziah Roberts

Born: November 22nd, 1806 in Lee county, Kentucky


Died: October 21th, 1873 in Wisconsin


Married: Thomas Gregg in May of 1822 near Springfield, Sangamon county, Illinois


Notes for Keziah Roberts:

Bio from the Lee County, Iowa Old Settlers Association:

Keziah, his wife, was born in Kentucky, removed with her parents to southern Ill. when quite young, thence to Sangamon Co. Ill., where she was marr. to Thomas Gregg. She was born the 22nd day of Nov. 1806, died the 21st day of Oct. 1873.

Thomas Gregg's obit also mentions she died in Wisconsin on a trip to visit her daughters. In our family's copy of the Old Settlers registrar of original settlers she is listed along with her husband Thomas.


Personal notes:

Keziah is buried in Wisconsin. There is a pic of the grave in the family, will put it on the site as soon as I get a copy of it.



Children of Thomas Gregg and Keziah Roberts:

Silas Gregg
Emily Gregg
Mary Jane Gregg
Drusilla Gregg
Martha Emma Gregg
William Carroll Gregg
UNKNOWN Gregg
UNKNOWN Gregg
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Siblings


John Gregg

Born: December 10th, 1798 in Knoxville, Knox county, Tennessee
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Children:

Levi Gregg
Urania Gregg
Polly Gregg
Almeda Gregg



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Generation Five

4th Great Grandparent


Phillip Gregg

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