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Group protects cemetery

...stones of its cemetery. Founded by William Gregg on top of the highest hill in...he died of pneumonia in 1867, William Gregg was buried in the cemetery as...according to Mrs. Burckhalter, William Gregg's granddaughter thought a monument...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1997/09/22/met_214994.shtml
Metro
Marie Hiers Floyd (MARTINEZ, Ga.)

...Defense as a PBX operator. She survived by one son, William Gregg Jordan, Augusta, Ga; two daughters, Danice J. Childers...Methodist Church Chapel, Evans, Ga. at 2:00 PM. William Gregg Jordan will officiate. Southern Funeral & Cremation...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2006/06/06/obi_84306.shtml
Obituaries
John Johnston (GEORGE, S.C.)

...Fanning of Columbia, S.C.; six grandchildren, Martha and Maggie Johnston of Columbus, Ga., Somers Gregg, William Gregg, John David Johnston Gregg, Alec Gregg of Columbia, S.C.; one sister-in-law, Laura Shepard Johnston of...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2007/09/17/obi_144075.shtml
Obituaries
Graves reveal living history of Graniteville

...provide a glimpse into the mill town's early years. The names of the town's earliest residents, who helped build William Gregg's Graniteville Company, are etched on many of the grave markers. There are industrial experts of Scottish descent...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2005/11/09/aik_20774.shtml
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'Graniteville' documentary coming to Imperial

...Entertainment will reveal the 170-year history and offer a view into the future of the mill town, from its founding by William Gregg to the massive derailment of a train in 2005 that spilled 60 tons of chlorine gas. The film, built from more than...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/latest-news/2011-06-10/graniteville-documentary-com
Company's roots go way back

...to preserve the legacy of Graniteville Co. founder William Gregg after acquiring the company in 1996. "Avondale Mills...augustachronicle.com. AVONDALE'S TEXTILE LINEAGE - In 1845, William Gregg founded the Graniteville Co. in Aiken County's Horse...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/news/metro/2006-05-23/companys-roots-go-way-back
Filmmakers bring Graniteville history to life

...from Graniteville Mill founder William Gregg.Played by Michael D. Hamilton...into a little bit of history."William Gregg was such a fascinating man...it begins -- with the voice of William Gregg giving hope for the town's future...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/things-do/applause/2011-07-06/filmmakers-bring-gran
Mill founder subject of exhibit

...child workers. Almost a century before that, though, there were child-labor guidelines in Graniteville, thanks to William Gregg (1800-67), the founder of the Graniteville Co. An exhibit at the Aiken County Historical Museum focuses on Gregg...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2009/02/22/aik_512131.shtml
Southerners helped slaves, too

...taking a short drive to Graniteville, S.C. At St. John's Methodist Church there was such a station. In 1845, William Gregg came from New England to establish a textile mill on Horse Creek. He hired an English architect who designed Gothic-style...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2003/06/13/let_378330.shtml
Letters
Pocket change

...it acquired the five Augusta-area mills operated by The Graniteville Co., which was founded in Graniteville by William Gregg in 1845. The merger made Avondale one of the world's largest denim producers. The company has invested more than...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2002/07/07/bus_346942.shtml
Business