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Re: john graddy b. 1660 Ireland
Posted by: Ed Grady (ID *****8900) Date: March 15, 2004 at 21:22:35
In Reply to: Re: john graddy b. 1660 Ireland by Louise Radcliffe of 296

What can anyone tell me about the BARFIELDS, the family into which a GRADY married: William GRADY m. An BARFIELD, dtr. of Richard BARFIELD? The name which is spelled GRADY is pronounced as if it were spelled GRADDY in the area where I was born and grew up -- Lenoir County, NC. I never heard the long "a" sound until we moved to Richmond, Va., and a teacher pronounced it that way. Why would it be pronounced with the short "a" in Lenoir, Duplin, and environs? A monument to John GRADY in Duplin County has his birth date as 1703. I have a photograph of the monument and would be happy to send a copy to anyone who would desire it. No charge.

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