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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Samuel_Griswold

Samuel Griswold was an American industrial pioneer in the 1820s based in central Georgia. He was the founder of Griswoldville village, an industrial site.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Samuel_Griswold_Goodrich

Samuel Griswold Goodrich (August 19, 1793 – May 9, 1860) was an American author, better known under the pseudonym Peter Parley.

www.griswoldfamily.org/samuelgriswold.htm

Samuel Griswold of Griswoldville, Georgia by Janet Michie Mann. What prompted a young New Englander to pack up his family in 1820 and move hundreds of ...

www.georgiaencyclopedia.org/articles/history-archaeology/griswoldville

May 8, 2013 ... Samuel Griswold, the village's founder, moved from Connecticut to Jones County after the War of 1812 (1812-15). Settling in Clinton, the county ...

www.findagrave.com/memorial/13397203/samuel-griswold

Founder of the defunct town of Griswoldville near Macon Georgia. Griswoldville is famous as the site of the only major battle fought during Sherman's march to ...

www.britannica.com/biography/Samuel-Griswold-Goodrich

May 5, 2018 ... Samuel Griswold Goodrich, (born Aug. 19, 1793, Ridgefield, Conn., U.S.—died May 9, 1860, New York City), American publisher and author of ...

georgiahistory.com/ghmi_marker_updated/samuel-griswold-iron-master

Year Erected: 1954. Samuel Griswold Marker Text: The first iron foundry in Georgia was established here by Samuel Griswold who came from Connecticut,  ...

truewestmagazine.com/private-eye-cowboy

Apr 11, 2018 ... If he had, he might have felt swindled, as did Samuel Griswold, a black Chicago detective who, in 1894, arrested a robber to earn $25 the ...

www.exploresouthernhistory.com/griswoldville.html

Samuel Griswold in the 1840s and owed its existence to the Central of Georgia Railroad. Griswoldville, Georgia - Industry and War in the Old South. A Target of ...