Is the “Greenham Church” mystery solved?

I decided to email a genealogist in North Carolina named Diane L Richard about the “Greenham Church” brick wall.  She promptly responded and said there was no such Greenham Church in North Carolina. She said it could have been a transcription error in the record and the transcriber meant “Greensboro” instead of “Greenham”.

I told that there is a Grenham Road in Greensboro. She said that Greenham church may not have been an actual church but a location. I honestly think that Greenham Church could be a meeting house since meeting houses were prevalent in the early 1800’s.

One step closer to finding Cornelius Cook’s and Mary Cook’s parents hopefully…….

Author: samanthanifong

I have been a avid history buff since age 10. I graduated from the College of Charleston with a B.A. in US History. I have been researching my family for 12 years. I specialize in South Carolina history and research. I do freelance genealogy work centered around South Carolina between 1750- 1880. If you have ancestors in South Carolina between 1750-1880 that you would like me to locate, please contact me. Disclaimer.....My research is based on actual evidence which I may or may not post. Any photographs or documentation that I use is my intellectual property unless otherwise noted and may not be used or borrowed without my expressed written consent.

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