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  1. Who were the Grubbs’ that owned the little store at Fancy? They were older when I was a kid fifty years ago. I used to visit the store with my grandparents, Suze and Albert Hawks. Thank you.

    • Mitzi,
      Sammie and Ione (Smith) Grubb ran the little store at Fancy. I too remember going there as a child with relatives. I am a classmate of Dale Hawks, son of Albert and Suzie.

  2. Rebecca Lucille Grubbs Graham, daughter of William Debrian Grubbs and Laura Mae Bowlin Grubbs, was my grandmother.

  3. My mother is Janice Gayle Grubb Lowe. Her mother and father were Lula Mae Eaves Grubb and Neal Lester Grubb. From what I understand, Lester’s father and mother had several children, then there was a gap, and then had several other children. My grandfather, Lester, was in the later set. Some of the older Grubb children lived in Hickman County. I remember my mother telling me that they used to have “reunions” at Columbus Belmont Park. I have noticed on several old census logs that the “censor taker” wrote in Grubbs. My hunch is that people would say “the Grubb’s” when referring to the Grubb family. I believe the Hickman County Grubb family added the “s” at the end of their name. I do believe the original correct last name for the children of Benjamin and Susan Grubb is GRUBB.

  4. I am William Anthony Thompson (Tony)and my great, great grandmother was Sarah Jane Grubbs who married William A.(I believe his middle name was Alexander) Thompson. Albert Sidney (Burke) was my great grandfather. My grandmother was Flossie Irene (Rhodie) Thompson and she married Carl O. Woodruff. They had 3 daughters and my mother was Vera Allene Woodruff who married Otha Thompson and they had 7 daughters and 2 sons. I am the 6th child and oldest son. I live in Dresden in Weakley County, Tennessee. I am glad I found this article.

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