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GLADDEN, Henry J. NC Troops, pub. 1990, v. 12, p. 95. [973.7025 M NCC] Co. G, 49th Regt. N. C. Infantry. D. abt. Jan 5, 1863. B. in Lincoln County.

GLADDEN, Wyatt M. York, South Carolina, Newspapers Marriage and Death Notices 1823-1865, pub. 1981, p. 79. [929.375 Y NCC] D. 1860 in Gaston County.

GLASSCOCK, Spencer S. NC Troops, pub. 1975, v. 5, p. 88-89. [973.7025 M NCC] Co. I, 11th Regt. N. C. Infantry. Of Gaston County; enlisted in Lincoln County. Shoemaker.

GLASSCOCK, Stanhope A. NC Troops, pub. 1975, v. 5, p. 89. [973.7025 M NCC] Co. I, 11th Regt. N. C. Infantry. D. July 19, 1863. Enlisted in Lincoln County from Cleveland County. See also p. 696 in Addenda of the 2004 3rd printing of this volume.

GLENN, David L. NC Troops, pub. 1979, v. 7, p. 220. [973.7025 M NCC] Co. H, 23rd Regt. N. C. Infantry. Of Gaston County.

GLENN, David M. NC Troops, pub. 1975, v. 5, p. 89. [973.7025 M NCC] Co. I, 11th Regt. N. C. Infantry. Of Gaston or Lincoln County; enlisted in Lincoln County. See also p. 696 in Addenda of the 2004 3rd printing of this volume.

GLENN, F. Cal. [Miss]. York, South Carolina, Newspapers Marriage and Death Notices 1823-1865, pub. 1981, p. 85. [929.375 Y NCC] Of Gaston County. Married John H. Moore in 1861.

GLENN, G. Evan. Photographers in North Carolina...1842-1941, pub. 2004, p. 97. [770.92 Pho NCC] B. ca. 1902. In Gastonia 1928-1930; also owned a "job-printing" firm.

GLENN, George. Legacy and Legends of Gaston County, pub. 2003, p. 91. [975.6773 Wil NCC] In picture of an 1894 baseball team.

GLENN, James Polk. NC Troops, pub. 1983, v. 9, p. 572. [973.7025 M NCC] Co. H, 37th Regt. N. C. Infantry. Of Gaston County.

GLENN, James T. NC Troops, pub. 2009, v. 17, p. 260. [973.7025 M NCC] Co. C, 2nd Regt., N. C. Jr. Reserves. B. 1847. Of Gaston County. Possibly same as Taylor Glenn, below.

GLENN, John F. NC Troops, pub. 1966, v. 1, p. 535. [973.7025 M NCC] Co. C, 10th Battalion, N. C. Heavy Artillery. Enlisted in Gaston County.

GLENN, John F. NC Troops, pub. 1979, v. 7, p. 220 and p. 683 in Addenda to the 2004 editon. [973.7025 M NCC] Co. H, 23rd Regt. N. C. Infantry. D. Dec. 8, 1861. Of Gaston County. Originally listed as J. F.

GLENN, John W. NC Troops, pub. 1979, v. 7, p. 220 and p. 683 in Addenda to the 2004 editon. [973.7025 M NCC] Co. H, 23rd Regt. N. C. Infantry. Of Gaston County. Originally listed as J. W.

GLENN, Robert Jasper. NC Troops, pub. 1975, v. 5, p. 89. [973.7025 M NCC] Co. I, 11th Regt. N. C. Infantry. Of Gaston County; enlisted in Lincoln County.

GLENN, Robert Newton. NC Troops, pub. 1979, v. 7, p. 220. [973.7025 M NCC] Co. H, 23rd Regt. N. C. Infantry. D. May 3, 1863. Of Gaston County.

GLENN, S. R. P. NC Troops, pub. 2009, v. 17, p. 260. [973.7025 M NCC] Co. C, 2nd Regt., N. C. Jr. Reserves. B. 1846. Of Gaston County. May be same as T. Pink Glenn.

GLENN, Stanhope. NC Troops, pub. 2011, v. 18, p. 161. [973.7025 M NCC] Co. E, 4th Regt., N. C. Sr. Reserves. Of Gaston County.

GLENN, T. Pink. NC Troops, pub. 2009, v. 17, p. 260. [973.7025 M NCC] Co. C, 2nd Regt., N. C. Jr. Reserves. Of Gaston County. May be same as S. R. P. Glenn.

GLENN, Taylor. NC Troops, pub. 2009, v. 17, p. 260. [973.7025 M NCC] Co. C, 2nd Regt., N. C. Jr. Reserves. Of Gaston County. May be same as James T. Glenn.

GLENN, William Wallace. NC Troops, pub. 1983, v. 9, p. 566, p. 572, p. 470, p. 551 . [973.7025 M NCC] Co. H, 37th Regt. N. C. Infantry; Co. G, 37th Regt; lieutenant and other ranks. Of Gaston County. Merchant.

GLENN, William Wilson. The Textile Heritage of Gaston County, pub. 2001, p. 294-295. [920 Rag NCC Over]p. B. 1875, d. 1955. Mill executive and owner; founded Glenn Mills Inc. in Lincolnton.

GOFF, John Lewis Jr. North Carolina Lives, pub. 1962, p. 493. [920 N NCC] B. 1926. Teacher, principal.

GOFF, Ruby Royster, see ROYSTER, Ruby.

GOFORTH, Isaac W. NC Troops, pub. 1990, v. 12, p. 95. [973.7025 M NCC] Co. G, 49th Regt. N. C. Infantry. D. Sep. 17, 1862. B. in Lincoln County.

GOOD see also GOODE

GOOD, William C. NC Troops, pub. 1983, v. 9, p. 572. [973.7025 M NCC] Co. H, 37th Regt. N. C. Infantry. Of Gaston County.

GOODE see also GOOD

GOODE, W. C. Photographers in North Carolina...1842-1941, pub. 2004, p. 98. [770.92 Pho NCC] In Lincolnton, 1889.

GOODMAN, Albert. Soldiers' Stories: The Gaston Gazette Remembers Area World War II Veterans, pub. 1995, p. 62. [920 Sol NCC]

GOODMAN, John. NC Troops, pub. 1966, v. 1, p. 66. [973.7025 M NCC] Co. C, 1st Regt. N. C. Artillery. Also Quartermaster Dept. Enlisted in Lincoln County.

GOODMAN, John. Two Centuries of Potters: A Catawba Valley Tradition, pub. 1999, p. 21. [738.309756 Two NCC] B. 1822, d. 1907. Moved to Lincoln County in 1842. Married into Seagle family; ran that pottery.

GOODSON, Alexander M. NC Troops, pub. 1977, v. 7, p. 157 and p. 683 in the Addenda to the 2004 edition. [973.7025 M NCC] Co. B, 23rd Regt. N. C. Infantry. Of Lincoln County. Originally listed as A. M.

GOODSON, Aaron. North Carolina Slaves and Free Persons of Color: Burke, Lincoln, and Rowan Counties, pub. 2000, p. 67-68. [301.4493 Byr NCC] Inquiry into the death of Sanco or Sauco found dead in 1861. He belonged to Elisha Purkins and was found on Aaron Goodson's plantation.

GOODSON, Abner. NC Troops, pub. 1990, v. 12, p. 494. [973.7025 M NCC] Co. H, 52nd Regt. N. C. Infantry. Of Lincoln County.

GOODSON, Albert A. NC Troops, pub. 1979, v. 7, p. 238. [973.7025 M NCC] Co. K, 23rd Regt. N. C. Infantry. D. Oct. 27, 1864. Of Lincoln County.

GOODSON, Alexander. NC Troops, pub. 2011, v. 18, p. 186. [973.7025 M NCC] Co. K, 4th Regt., N. C. Sr. Reserves. Of Lincoln County.

GOODSON, George W. NC Troops, pub. 1990, v. 12, p. 494. [973.7025 M NCC] Co. H, 52nd Regt. N. C. Infantry. Of Lincoln County.

GOODSON, Gordon Leroy. North Carolina Lives, pub. 1962, p. 495. [920 N NCC] B. 1912. Lumberman, builder.
GOODSON, H. M. [Henry M.] NC Troops, pub. 1968, v. 2, p. 30, v. 3, p.53. [973.7025 M NCC] Co. C, 1st Regt., N. C. Cavalry; Co. K, 1st Regt. N. C. Infantry. Of Lincoln County.

GOODSON, J. NC Troops, pub. 2011, v. 18, p. 186. [973.7025 M NCC] Co. K, 4th Regt., N. C. Sr. Reserves. Of Lincoln County.

GOODSON, Jeremiah. NC Troops, pub. 1990, v. 12, p. 494495. [973.7025 M NCC] Co. H, 52nd Regt. N. C. Infantry. D. Dec. 1, 1862. Of Lincoln County.

GOODSON, Joel. NC Troops, pub. 1990, v. 12, p. 483. [973.7025 M NCC] Co. G, 52nd Regt. N. C. Infantry. D. May 11, 1864. Of Lincoln County.

GOODSON, John. North Carolina Confederate Militia Officers Roster, pub. 1992, p. 239. [973.74 Nor NCC] Lincoln County.

GOODSON, John C. NC Troops, pub. 1990, v. 12, p. 495. [973.7025 M NCC] Co. H, 52nd Regt. N. C. Infantry. D. Oct. 5, 1864. Of Lincoln County.

GOODSON, John F. NC Troops, pub. 1979, v. 7, p. 236. [973.7025 M NCC] Co. K, 23rd Regt. N. C. Infantry, 2nd lieutenant. Of Lincoln County. May be same as John F. Goodson, Co. G, 52nd N. C. Infantry, see NC Troops, v. 12, p. 483.

GOODSON, John W. NC Troops, pub. 1990, v. 12, p. 483. [973.7025 M NCC] Co. G, 52nd Regt. N. C. Infantry. Of Lincoln County.

GOODSON, Malton. North Carolina Confederate Militia Officers Roster, pub. 1992, p. 240. [973.74 Nor NCC] Lincoln County.

GOODSON, Miles. North Carolina Confederate Militia Officers Roster, pub. 1992, p. 239. [973.74 Nor NCC] Lincoln County.

GOODSON, Reuben. NC Troops, pub. 1990, v. 12, p. 483. [973.7025 M NCC] Co. G, 52nd Regt. N. C. Infantry. D. abt. June 6, 1864. Of Lincoln County.

GOODSON, Rufus L. NC Troops, pub. 1990, v. 12, p. 495. [973.7025 M NCC] Co. H, 52nd Regt. N. C. Infantry. Of Lincoln County.

GOODSON, S. V. NC Troops, pub. 1966, v. 1, p. 45. [973.7025 M NCC] Co. A, 1st Regt. N. C. Artillery. Of Lincoln County.

GORDON, Lewis B. NC Troops, pub. 1971, v. 3, p. 53. [973.7025 M NCC] Co. K, 1st N. C. Infantry. Of Lincoln County.

GOSSETT, Bryant W. Men of Achievement in the Carolinas, pub. 1952, p. 85. [920.7 Joh NCC] B. 1896. Manufacturer.

GRAEBER, Henry. Life Sketches of Lutheran Ministers: North Carolina and Tennessee Synods, 1773-1965, pub. 1966, p. 77. [284.1 L NCC] B. 1793, d. 1843.

GRAFF, Conrad W. "Connie". Baseball's Dead of World War II, pub. 2010, p. 55. B. 1920, d. 1944. Played with the Gastonia Cardinals in 1940.

GRAHAM, Charlie. WWII Last Man Club of Gaston County, North Carolina: Stories of the Honor Guard, pub. 2001, p. 80-84. [940.53 Clo NCC]

GRAHAM, Frank Porter. Dictionary of American Biography, Supplement Nine, 1971-1975, pub. 1994, p. 333-335. [R920 D] B. 1886, d. 1972. Educator; U.S. Senator; a leading figure in the disputes surrounding the right of the 1929 Loray Mill strikers to a fair trial.

GRAHAM, George. The South in the Building of the Nation, pub. 1909, v. 11, p.420 (mentioned in sketch of brother Joseph). [R975 S] B. 1758, d. 1826. Revolutionary soldier, legislator.

GRAHAM, Henry W. Medicine in North Carolina, pub. 1972, v. 1, p. 77. [610.9756 Med NCC] Of Lincoln. Doctor; attended first meeting of the North Carolina Medical Society in 1849.

GRAHAM, James. Biographical Directory of the American Congress. [Pagination varies with edition -- in alphabetical order.] [R328.73 Bio] B. 1793, d. 1851. Lawyer; legislator. Brother of William Alexander Graham.

____. Dictionary of North Carolina Biography, pub. 1986, v. 2, p. 333. [920.0756 D NCC] B. 1793, d. 1851. Lawyer, legislator, member of Congress.

____. Historical Sketches of North Carolina from 1584 to 1851, pub. 1851, p. 247. [975.6 W NCC] B. 1793, d. 1851. Brother of Governor William A. Graham (below). Member of the legislature, member of Congress, lawyer.

GRAHAM, John. "Marriage and Death Notices from Extant Rutherfordton (Rutherford Co., N. C.) Newspapers: 1830-1850." North Carolina Genealogical Society Journal, v. 8, no. 4 (1982), p. 218. D. 1830. Age 43.

GRAHAM, John D. North Carolina Genealogical Society Journal, v. 30, no. 2, May 2004, p. 132. [929.1 Nor NCC] D. 1847. Death notice in Raleigh Register, 12 Jan 1847.

GRAHAM, Joseph. Cyclopedia of Eminent and Representative Men of the Carolinas of the Nineteenth Century..., pub. 1892, v. 2, p. 482-483. [920.9756 Cyc NCC v.2] Also see p. 161 in sketch of his grandson, Augustus W. Graham, p. 160-161. B. 1759, d. 1836. Revolutionary general, Lincoln County iron industry.

____. Dictionary of American Biography, pub. 1932, v. 4, p. 479. [R920 D] B. 1759, d. 1836. Revolutionary soldier; iron manufacturer.

____. Dictionary of North Carolina Biography, pub. 1986, v. 2, p. 335-336. [920.0756 D NCC] B. 1759, d. 1836. Revolutionary soldier; legislator, important figure in the iron industry. Built Vesuvius Furnace. Served as a general in the War of 1812. Wrote histories of Revolutionary evetns which have survived in manuscript.

____. Historical Sketches of North Carolina from 1584 to 1851, pub. 1851, p. 233-237. [975.6 W NCC] B. 1759, d. 1836. Revolutionary soldier, general, legislator, sheriff of Mecklenburg County.

____. North Carolina Portrait Index, 1700-1860, pub. 1963, p. 97. [R704.942 Nat N.C.] B. 1759, d. 1836.

____. Sketches of North Carolina, pub. 1846, p. 251-263. [975.6 F NCC] B. 1759, d. 1836. Soldier in Revolution and general in Creek War, iron manufacturer, legislator, sheriff of Mecklenburg County.

____. The South in the Building of the Nation, pub. 1909, v. 11, p.420. [R975 S]

GRAHAM, Joseph. Cyclopedia of Eminent and Representative Men of the Carolinas of the Nineteenth Century..., pub. 1892, v. 2, p. 251-253 + picture. [920.9756 Cyc NCC v.2] B. 1837. Doctor, practiced in Gaston County, 1860s.

GRAHAM, Malvina. History of North Carolina, pub. 1919, v. 4, p. 179-180 [in sketch of son John Graham Young]. [975.6 H NCC]

GRAHAM, Martha P. see ROUNSAVILLE, P. K.

GRAHAM, William. Eswau Huppeday, v. 29, no. 4 (Nov. 2009), "Pension Application," p. 195-198. B. 1743, d. 1835. Revolutionary soldier; colonel of Tryon/Lincoln County militia.

GRAHAM, William. North Carolina Slaves and Free Persons of Color: Burke, Lincoln, and Rowan Counties, pub. 2000, p. 39-42. [301.4493 Byr NCC] Case in 1826 against Morgan Jones for stealing the slave Altimore, property of William Graham.

GRAHAM, William Alexander. Biographical Dictionary of the Confederacy, pub. 1977, p. 208-209. [973.713 W NCC] B. 1804, d. 1875. Born in Lincoln County. Elected a member of the Confederate Senate in 1863.

____. Biographical Directory of the American Congress. [Pagination varies with edition -- in alphabetical order.] [R328.73 Bio] B. 1804, d. 1875. Lawyer; legislator; U.S senator; governor of North Carolina; Secretary of the Navy. Brother of James Graham.

____. Confederate Military History, v. 4, North Carolina, pub. 1899, edition with additonal biographical sketches, p. 504-506 [973.7 E NCC v. 4] B. 1804 in Lincoln County

____. Cyclopedia of Eminent and Representative Men of the Carolinas of the Nineteenth Century..., pub. 1892, v. 2, p. 161-163 and portrait. [920.9756 Cyc NCC v.2] B. 1804. U. S. senator, Secretary of the Navy, Confederate senator.

____. Dictionary of American Biography, pub. 1932, v. 4, p. 480-481. [R920 D] B. 1804, d. 1875. Lawyer; U.S. senator; governor; Confederate senator; Secretary of the U. S. Navy.

____. Dictionary of North Carolina Biography, pub. 1986, v. 2, p. 337-339. [920.0756 D NCC] B. 1804, d. 1875. Born Lincoln County. Member of the legislature, of the U. S. Senate, of the Confederate Senate; governor of North Carolina, Secretary of the Navy.

____. Historical Sketches of North Carolina from 1584 to 1851, pub. 1851, p. 336. [975.6 W NCC] B. 1804. Native of Lincoln County. Member of the legislature, governor, Secretary of the Navy.

____. Ninety Bits of North Carolina Biography, pub. 1946, p. 29-31. [920 Ham NCC] B. 1804, d. 1875. Secretary of the Navy, member of Congress, governor of North Carolina.

____. North Carolina Portrait Index, 1700-1860, pub. 1963, p. 97. [R704.942 Nat N.C.] B. 1804, d. 1875.

____. The South in the Building of the Nation, pub. 1909, v. 11, p.420-421. [R975 S] Author of several books on N. C. history including The Mecklenberg Declaration of Independence.

GRAHAM, William Alexander. Jr. Cyclopedia of Eminent and Representative Men of the Carolinas of the Nineteenth Century..., pub. 1892, v. 2, p. 416. [920.9756 Cyc NCC v.2] B. 1839. Confederate general, state senator.

____. Dictionary of North Carolina Biography, pub. 1986, v. 2, p. 339-340. [920.0756 D NCC] B. 1839, d. 1923. Of Lincoln County. Member of the legislature; North Carolina Secretary of Agriculture; a leader in agricultural innovation and improvement. Confederate Adjutant General. Author of works on Revolutionary and Civil War history.

GRAHAM, William Alexander [III]. Dictionary of North Carolina Biography, pub. 1986, v. 2, p. 340-341. [920.0756 D NCC] B. 1873, d. 1943. Of Lincoln County. State seantor, North Carolina Commissioner of Agriculture, active in national agricultural affairs.

GRANT, Doris. Soldiers' Stories: The Gaston Gazette Remembers Area World War II Veterans, pub. 1995, p. 98-99. [920 Sol NCC]

GRANTHAM, Rachel. Divorces and Separations from Petitions to the North Carolina General Assembly, 1779-1837, pub. 2009, p. 118. [929.3756 McB NCC] Charged with murder in Lincoln County; husband William's petition for divorce, Buncombe County, 1813.

GRASON, Kaja Mc. see GRAYSON, Kenneth Jack McCurry.

GRAY, Charles D. Sr. North Carolina Lives, pub. 1962, p. 508. [920 N NCC] B. 1890. Executive, several textile companies including Priscilla Mills, Gray-Separk Mills, etc.

GRAY, Fred. Soldiers' Stories: The Gaston Gazette Remembers Area World War II Veterans, pub. 1995, p. 82-83. [920 Sol NCC] Gastonia radio personality.

GRAY, George Alexander. Dictionary of American Biography, pub. 1932, v. 4, p. 516-517. [R920 D] B. 1851, d. 1912. Major figure in Gastonia's development as a textile manufacturing center.

____. Dictionary of North Carolina Biography, pub. 1987, v. 2, p. 349-350. [920.0756 D NCC] B. 1851, d. 1912. Cotton manufacturer. One of the organizers of the Gastonia Cotton Manufacturing Company, first cotton mill in Gastonia, in 1888; later founded nine other mills.

_____. History of North Carolina, pub. 1919, v. 6, p. 256-259. [975.6 H NCC] B. 1851, d. 1912. Founder of Gastonia Cotton Manufacturing Company, first cotton mill in Gastonia; also of the Trenton Cotton Mills, Avon Mills, Gray Manufacturing Co., Ozark Mill, and Loray Mills; also associated with Clara Manufacturing Co., Holland Manufacturing Co. and the Flint Manufacturing Co.; director, First National Bank; Gastonia city treasurer and alderman.

____. Legacy and Legends of Gaston County, pub. 2003, p. 68-71 + picture on p. 75. [975.6773 Wil NCC] Mill owner; p. 68 has pictures of Avon Mills (1896) and of the Gray Manufacturing Company (1904).

____. The Textile Heritage of Gaston County, pub. 2001, p. 269-271 + picture. [920 Rag NCC Over]
GRAY, J. Lander Jr. Men of Achievement in the Carolinas, pub. 1952, p. 90. [920.7 Joh NCC] B. 1933. Manufacturer.
GRAY, Jasper Lander. The Textile Heritage of Gaston County, pub. 2001, p. 295 + picture. [920 Rag NCC Over] B. 1879, d. 1942. A manager of the "Gray-Separk" group of eight mills, later of Textiles-Incorporated, and of Norlina Cotton Mills in Lowell.

GRAY, Robert W. NC Troops, pub. 2009, v. 17, p. 260. [973.7025 M NCC] Co. C, 2nd Regt., N. C. Jr. Reserves. Of Gaston County.

GRAYSON, Kenneth Jack McCurry. NC Troops, pub. 1977, v. 6, p. 370. [973.7025 M NCC] Co. F, 18th Regt. N. C. Infantry. Of Lincoln or Gaston County. See also p. 735 in Addenda of the 2004 3rd printing of this volume. Name orginally given as GRASON, Kaja Mc.

GREEN, Hoyt. WWII Last Man Club of Gaston County, North Carolina: Stories of the Honor Guard, pub. 2001, p. 85-88. [940.53 Clo NCC]

GREEN, John I. Photographers in North Carolina...1842-1941, pub. 2004, p. 100. [770.92 Pho NCC] B. 1872, d. 1970. In Gastonia 1903-1911.

GREENHILL, Lawson. NC Troops, pub. 1983, v. 9, p. 318. [973.7025 M NCC] Co. G, 34th Regt. N. C. Infantry. D. abt. May 5, 1863. Of Lincoln County.

GREENLEE, Grace see BOWMAN, Grace Greenlee.

GRICE, J. William. NC Troops, pub. 1983, v. 9, p. 297. [973.7025 M NCC] Co. E, 34th Regt. N. C. Infantry. D. DEc. 29, 1861. Of Lincoln County.

GRICE, John Littleberry. NC Troops, pub. 1981, v. 8, p. 130. [973.7025 M NCC] Co. B, 28th Regt. N. C. Infantry. Of Gaston County.

GRICE, Nancy. North Carolina Slaves and Free Persons of Color: Burke, Lincoln, and Rowan Counties, pub. 2000, p. 61-62. [301.4493 Byr NCC] Nancy Grice accused of having Fred, a slave belonging to William Johnston in her house and of being married to him [1825].

GRIER, John S. NC Troops, pub. 1983, v. 9, p. 503. [973.7025 M NCC] Co. C, 37th Regt. N. C. Infantry. D. May 3, 1863. Of Gaston County.

____. Dead or Disabled: The North Carolina Confederate Pensions, 1885 Series, pub. 2010, p. 40-41. [973.7456 Dea NCC] D. 3 May 1863. Wife, Margaret; Gaston County.

GRIER, Robert Calvin. Centennial History of the Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church, 1803-1903, pub. 1905, p. 143-147 + picture. [285.1 L NCC] B. 1817, d. 1871. Minister.

GRIFFIN, Joseph Leroy. Life Sketches of Lutheran Ministers: North Carolina and Tennessee Synods, 1773-1965, pub. 1966, p. 78. [284.1 L NCC] B. 1922.

GRIGG, Abner M. NC Troops, pub. 1990, v. 12, p. 131. [973.7025 M NCC] Co. K, 49th Regt. N. C. Infantry. Of Lincoln County.

GRIGG, Benjamin F. NC Troops, pub. 1971, v. 3, p. 53, v. 13, p. 647. [973.7025 M NCC] Co. K, 1st N. C. Infantry; Co. F, 56th N. C. Infantry, Captain. Of Lincoln County.

GRIGG, William D. NC Troops, pub. 1990, v. 12, p. 131. [973.7025 M NCC] Co. K, 49th Regt. N. C. Infantry. Enlisted in Cleveland or Lincoln County.

GRISSOM, William S. NC Troops, pub. 2009, v. 17, p. 260. [973.7025 M NCC] Co. C, 2nd Regt., N. C. Jr. Reserves. Of Gaston County.

GRONER, Austin. NC Troops, pub. 1968, v. 2, p. 304. [973.7025 M NCC] Co. E, 4th Regt., N. C. Cavalry. Enlisted in Gaston County.

GRONER, Austin. Southern Loyalists in the Civil War: The Southern Claims Commission, pub. 1994, p. 241. [973.745 Mil NCC] Gaston County.

GROVES, Barron G. Leaders in the Textile Industry, pub. 1979, p. 96. [R926.77 L] B. 1904. President, Peerless Spinning Corp.

GROVES, Caleb C. NC Troops, pub. 1981, v. 8, p. 130-131. [973.7025 M NCC] Co. B, 28th Regt. N. C. Infantry. Of Gaston County.

GROVES, James L. NC Troops, pub. 1981, v. 8, p. 131. [973.7025 M NCC] Co. B, 28th Regt. N. C. Infantry. Of Gaston County.

GROVES, John Russell. NC Troops, pub. 1975, v. 5, p. 303. [973.7025 M NCC] Co. B, 13th Regt. N. C. Infantry. Of Gaston or Cleveland County.

GROVES, Joseph Jackson. NC Troops, pub. 1979, v. 7, p. 221. [973.7025 M NCC] Co. H, 23rd Regt. N. C. Infantry. D. June 8, 1862. Of Gaston County.

GROVES, Laban Forest. The Textile Heritage of Gaston County, pub. 2001, p. 296 + picture. [920 Rag NCC Over] B. 1870, d. 1920. A leader in combed yarn production; associated with the Flint Manufacturing Company (1906), Arlington Cotton Mills (1912), Groves Mills (1916).

GROVES, Marion F. NC Troops, pub. 1979, v. 7, p. 221 and p. 684 in Addenda to the 2004 edition. [973.7025 M NCC] Co. H, 23rd Regt. N. C. Infantry. Of Gaston County. Apprentice tanner.

GROVES, Robert A. NC Troops, pub. 1975, v. 5, p. 14. [973.7025 M NCC] Co. A, 11th Regt. N. C. Infantry. Of Gaston County.

GROVES, Thomas. York, South Carolina, Newspapers Marriage and Death Notices 1823-1865, pub. 1981, p. 73. [929.375 Y NCC] D. 1860, "aged about 93". Of Gaston County.

GUFFEY, William T. NC Troops, pub. 1990, v. 12, p. 131. [973.7025 M NCC] Co. K, 49th Regt. N. C. Infantry. Of Gaston County.

GUIFFORD, John. Catholicity in the Carolinas and Georgia: Leaves of Its History, A.D. 1820--A. D. 1878, pub. 1879, p. 475-476. [282.75 O NCC] Catholic priest, builder of church in Gaston County in 1843.

GUION, Benjamin. Bravest of the Brave: The Correspondence of Stephen Dodson Ramseur, pub. 2010, 268. [973.7 Ram NCC] Mention of forthcoming marriage to Catherine C. Caldwell.

GUION, Connie Myers. Dictionary of North Carolina Biography, pub. 1986, v. 2, p. 383. [920.0756 D NCC] B. 1882, d. 1971. Born in Lincoln County. First woman in the United States to hold the rank of professor of clinical medicine.

____. North Carolina Lives, pub. 1962, p. 525. [920 N NCC] B. 1882. Doctor, university professor.

GULLICK, George W. NC Troops, pub. 1983, v. 9, p. 572. [973.7025 M NCC] Co. H, 37th Regt. N. C. Infantry. D. abt. June 6, 1862. Of Gaston County.

GULLICK, Green J. NC Troops, pub. 1983, v. 9, p. 572. [973.7025 M NCC] Co. H, 37th Regt. N. C. Infantry. Of Gaston County.

GULLICK, Jasper N. NC Troops, pub. 1979, v. 7, p. 221 and p. 684 of the Addenda of the 2004 edition. [973.7025 M NCC] Co. H, 23rd Regt. N. C. Infantry. D. Apr. 30, 1862. Of Gaston County.

GULLICK, John [Sr]. Miscellaneous Mill Records for Anson...[etc.], pub. 2010, p. 147-148. [664 Dun NCC] Petition to build a mill, Lincoln County, no date, by William Reynolds. Also mentioned: John Gullick Sr, landowner, and George Johnston.

GULLICK, Jonathan Greene. North Carolina Lives, pub. 1962, p. 526. [920 N NCC] B. 1901. Securities business.
GUMBLE, J. W. NC Troops, pub. 2009, v. 17, p. 260. [973.7025 M NCC] Co. C, 2nd Regt., N. C. Jr. Reserves. B. 1847. Of Gaston County. Same as Gamble, John W.?

GUNTER, Charles Walker. History of North Carolina, pub. 1956, v. 3, p. 144-145 + picture. [975.6 L NCC] B. 1888, d. 1946. Textile executive: Textiles Inc., Coker Cotton Co. (S. C.), Gastonia Bonded Warehouse.

GUTHERY, Columbus. NC Troops, pub. 1990, v. 12, p. 495. [973.7025 M NCC] Co. H, 52nd Regt. N. C. Infantry. Of Gaston County.

GUTHRIE, C. Columbus. NC Troops, pub. 1979, v. 7, p. 238. [973.7025 M NCC] Co. K, 23rd Regt. N. C. Infantry. Of Lincoln County.

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