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NoneWhere did Felix Grundy Iman get his middle name?

Forum: Iman Family Dialog
From: Jack E. Moore
Date: Friday, January 27, 2012, at 9:03 a.m.
Although I am not sure I do know many families names their children after important or influential leaders doctors etc. I know any many families in the Gorge they named their children after Dr. Avery. Could Felix have been named after this Felix Grundy?

Grundy, Felix, 1777-1840, American political leader, b. Berkeley co., Va. After a successful career in Kentucky, he moved to Nashville, Tenn., where he became a noted criminal lawyer. A member (1811-14) of Congress, he joined the "war hawks" in strongly urging the War of 1812. His political power in Tennessee forced Andrew Jackson to keep his support, and Grundy succeeded to John H. Eaton's seat in the U.S. Senate when Eaton entered (1829) Jackson's cabinet. Grundy gave Jackson little support in the nullification crisis, but was reelected (1833) despite Jackson's opposition. He was appointed (1838) Attorney General by President Van Buren and resigned (1839) to return to the Senate.

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OkIt could be. by steve iman, 1/27/2012
NoneMakes you go hmmmmm? by Jack E. Moore, 1/27/2012
NoneLots of Felixs;-) by steve, 1/27/2012

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