I'm doing family research and found that my relative, Steve A. Ginn, of Royston, Ga. created a breed of gamefowl in the late 1800's-early 1900's called a Ginn Grey. I can find only a few references to this breed on the internet, but cannot find any detailed info or photos of this bird. Family history even tells the story that S.A. Ginn took one of these prized roosters to the White House to compete against one of Pres. McKinley's roosters. Here's really all I know about the breed (copied from one site): GINN GREY: Originator, S. A. Ginn, Ga. Description: Light silver grey to white, red eyes, white and yellow legs, st. and pea comb, some Tassel. Any help on this bird would be appreciated. I hope to get into raising a few chickens in the years to come and would like to have some birds with a family history.