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Biography of Nancy Susanna Hillman

This article profiles Mrs. Nancy Susanna Hillman, born on July 12, 1865, in Flatwoods, Wise County, Virginia. She received her education in local private schools and married Benjamin Franklin Hillman at the age of seventeen. The daughter of Francis Bonham Greear and a member of the Methodist Protestant Church, Mrs. Hillman descends from a blend of English and Scotch-Irish ancestry, evident in her familial heritage that includes the Bonhams, Stallards, and Greears. These lineages are associated with notable historical contributions and familial coats of arms from the British Isles. Mrs. Hillman’s life in Coeburn, Virginia, reflects her deep roots in this rich heritage, marked by her faith and the raising of five children, including Prof. James Noah Hillman, a prominent educator in Wise County.

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Grayson County, Virginia Deaths in World War II

This is a list of Grayson County, Virginia deaths in World War 2. Each listing contains the name of the soldier, their rank, next of kin, and home town.

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