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  • Alice Gregson (c.1549 - 1601)
    Biography Alice was born about 1550. Alice Gregson, widow of Sharrow Hall, Thurvaston, Derbyshire, made a will on 29 February 1600/01 naming her sons Henry, Francis, Thomas and Richard, her daughter...
  • Anna Daniel (1632 - 1709)
    - - - Her Find-a-Grave and other sources have her name as Hannah, not Anna. Her mother was Jane England, not Jennet Rogers.
  • Edith Gregson (c.1587 - 1621)
    Married Abt. 1607 Duffield, Derby, England References Joseph Hunter. Familiae Minorum Gentium, Volume 1. John W. Clay, ed. London, 1894. Page 216. Source: Paul Herbig.
  • Harry Gregson-Williams
    Harry Gregson-Williams (born 13 December 1961)[1] is an English composer, orchestrator, conductor, and music producer. He has regularly written for video games, television and films, such as Metal Gear...
  • Henry Gregson of Turnditch (bef.1583 - bef.1653)
    Not the father of Thomas Gregson, of New Haven Henrie / Henry Gregson Gender: Male Christening Date: 27 Mar 1583 Christening Place: Sutton-on-the-Hill, Derbyshire, England Son of Thomas Gregso...

About the Gregson surname

Robert Gregson was a bare-knuckle pugilist nicknamed the "Lancashire Giant". Few men were more widely known in the sporting circles of London, for the few years he made the metropolis his home, than the burly, bigboned, gigantic landlord of "Bob's Chophouse," better known as the Castle, Holborn; the head-quarters of pugilism in the great days for a long series of years. Gregson was born July 21, 1778, at Heskin, three miles from Chorley, and ten from Preston, Lancashire, UK, to parents who possessed a farm of considerable extent, and married into wealth, Mary Owen.