8708Re: [genpcncfir] Grizzard Surname
- Feb 2 5:51 PMIn a message dated 2/1/03 8:52:25 AM Eastern Standard Time,
> Betty,Janie, I have two Mary Grizzards, one was a Grizzard and the other married a
> Thank you for responding to my message.
> On the 1870 Pitt County census, page 29, there lists John, 42; Sarah, 27;
> Mary, 9; Elizabeth, 6; William A., 4; Mary, 30, domestic ser.; John, 9;
> Prissy A., 12, and Wiliam, 1. I believe the Mary, age 30, to be Mary
> Grizzard, who possibly took on the Pollard last name. Her daughter, Prissy
> A., is 12 on this 1870 census; but on the 1880 census on page 402B, she is
> Priscilla Simmons, age 19.
> Oour family tradition has it that Mary Grizzard, a Native American Indian,
> married a Pollard and had Priscilla and at least one son my father called
> "Uncle Tom Pollard", a FWB preacher in NC. The ages and name is close
> enough for me to believe this Mary, b. abt. 1840, is Mary Grizzard
> (Simmons?) living in the Pollard household. The 1880 census shows Sarah,
> wife to John Pollard (she is also listed on 1870 census) and their three
> children WITHOUT Mary and her children.
> Do you have any Mary Grizzards in your notes that would confirm any of
> Thank you for checking on this for me.
> Thank you.
> Janie (Harris) Ellison
Grizzard. It looks more like the Mary that married Thomas Grizzard as they
had a female child with the initals of P.A. and Thomas died in the Civil War
on 08 May 1862 in Camp Magnum, NC. She would have been a Grizzard but only by
marriage. I believe this Mary to be Mary Baker.because in the 1860 Census
they had a Mary Baker age 62 living in the household with them. This is just
a hunch no prove.
Here is the Census entries:
Greene Co. 1850
Jesse Grizzard B. 1796
Elizabeth Grizzard B. 1796
Allen (my ancestor) 1833
Mary Ann 1837
Pitt Co. 1860 ( I believe same people)
Jesse Grizzard 1786
Lucy Grizzard 1839
Mary A. Baker 1836
Jesse Baker 1856
Next door was the son Thomas:
Thomas Grizzard 1832
Mary Grizzard 1839
P.A. Female Born 1859
Mary Baker 1798 occupation washerwoman
I hope this helps you!
Edgecombe Genealogical Society
Surnames: Baker, Grizzard, Hobbs, Webb, Pittman, Walston, Harrell
Surnames: Reason, Cook, Mooring, Teachey, Carraway.
Their seed shall remain forever and their glory shall not be blotted out.
Their bodies may be buried in peace, but their names liveth forevermore.
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