Grubb Family History

Grubb Genealogy & History

Grubb, descended from the Old High German verb grubilon (to dig) and akin to Middle Dutch grobben (to scrape), is an occupational name for a mine worker. The Grubbs were lords of the manor in Berkshire in ancient times. Grubb family history has Richard Gubbe as the first known recording of the name in the Pipe Rolls of Berkshire, England, in 1176. Some members of Grubb genealogy are optical designer and telescope maker Sir Howard Grubb; National League of Families cofounder, author and overseer of the creation of the POW/MIA flag Evelyn Grubb; and NASCAR mechanic and crew chief Darian Grub.

Grubb Birth Records

NameBirth DateDeath DateLocation
A Conner G.-- --, 1927December 26,2007GA
Barbara G.-- --, 1926July 3,2001MA
C Carr G.-- --, 1916January 20,2003WV
Daisy G.-- --, 1928August ,1989WV

Grubb Death Records

NameBirth DateDeath DateLocation
E Clifford G.-- --, 1917February 28,2007Chillicothe,OH
F Dean G.-- --, 1919August 11,2003Springfield,MO
Gail G.-- --, 1955August 28,2004Keavy,KY
H Charmain G.-- --, 1937May 24,1998New Bloomfield,PA

Grubb Marriage Records

NameSpouseMarriage DateLocation
Bradly G.Ina PowellSeptember 2,2001Rockwall, TX
Charles G.Julie PriceOctober 8,1983Wake, NC
Donald G.Virginia BuggJanuary 10,1981Wake, NC
Geoffrey G.Adrienne TyerinaDecember 21,2000Brazos, TX

Most Common Surnames After Grubb

1970th: Boudreaux1971st: Dickens
1972nd: Burdick1973rd: Arnett
1974th: Renner1975th: Bartholomew
1976th: Mercado1977th: Heck
1978th: Cervantes1979th: Velez

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