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1  Living (I108)
 
2  Living (I634)
 
3  Living (I1437)
 
4  Living (I1656)
 
5  Living (I1859)
 
6  Living (I10266)
 
7  Living (I11095)
 
8 bpt. St. Vincent's, Rosiere, NY, Diocese of Ogdensburg, May 1884; Fraley, Christopher Edward (I16)
 
9 "Ireland, Births and Baptisms, 1620-1881." Index. FamilySearch. http://FamilySearch.org : accessed 2013. Index based upon data collected by the Genealogical Society of Utah, Salt Lake City.

This index is an electronic index for the years 1620 to 1881.

It is not necessarily intended to index any specific set of records. This index is not complete for any particular place or region. This collection may include information previously published in the International Genealogical Index or Vital Records Index collections. 
Source (S1150)
 
10 "Mrs. Julia Fraley
June 16, 1942" 
Source (S13)
 
11 'Susan Bishart' was living with Jacob Sixbury and Mary, his wife and their three daughters Margaret, Melinda? and Gertrude. Sixbury, Jacob (I158)
 
12 'Susan Bishart' was living with Jacob Sixbury and Mary, his wife and their three daughters Margaret, Melinda? and Gertrude. Hoover, Mary (I190)
 
13 'Susan Bishart' was living with Jacob Sixbury and Mary, his wife and their three daughters Margaret, Melinda? and Gertrude. Sixbury, Margaret (I193)
 
14 'Susan Bishart' was living with Jacob Sixbury and Mary, his wife and their three daughters Margaret, Melinda? and Gertrude. Sixbury, Melissa (I194)
 
15 'Susan Bishart' was living with Jacob Sixbury and Mary, his wife and their three daughters Margaret, Melinda? and Gertrude. Sixbury, Gertrude (I195)
 
16 'Susan Bishart' was living with Jacob Sixbury and Mary, his wife and their three daughters Margaret, Melinda? and Gertrude. Faivre, Suzanne Catherine (I392)
 
17 (1442 Q Street) Kelly, John (I24)
 
18 (1442 Q Street) Kelly, Hugh Patrick (I547)
 
19 (1442 Q Street) Kelly, Margaret Ann (I550)
 
20 (1442 Q Street) Kelly, Frank Bernard (I551)
 
21 (1442 Q Street) Kelly, Charles Jacob (I554)
 
22 (1442 Q Street) Kelly, John Joseph (I555)
 
23 (1442 Q Street) Kelly, John Thomas (I574)
 
24 (1442 Q. Street N.W.) Kelly, John (I24)
 
25 (1447 Q. Street N.W.) Kelly, John (I24)
 
26 (hand written at the bottom of the article is the date "Feb. 3, 1977) Source (S133)
 
27 (Medical):According to Guy Leo WEBERT, [Johann] Andrew WEBERT died young (in Trimberg) as he accidently slipped into the Saalel River and drowned. Webert, Johann (I45)
 
28 (Medical):According to Mary Elaine WEBERT, Clay WEBERT died of tuberculosis at a young age. Webert, Clay A. (I61)
 
29 (Medical):died in infancy Bichet, Ralph E. (I705)
 
30 (Medical):From: David M. Wade Jr.
To: Paul Kelly
Subject: Re: Biggers
Date: Friday, August 15, 1997 8:54 PM

Paul,

Got your message about photocopies and I just wanted to inform you that the powers that
be are already in motion. My mother never has really expressed an interest in the
search of heritage and history, yet once I informed her of someone related to her
Grandfather Arthur Biggers, well... She has called me to tell me she got all her
records and documents out. We are both in the process of getting all these lines and
supporting documents into a format her Grandchildren & Great-Grandchildren can have.
You though won't have to wait that long as soon as I'm sure we've got all are notes
properly copied they along will copies of all other documents will be on the way to you
& your family. These papers will include the family line written by Arthur's own hand.


I have been reviewing the Biggers line more this week and I can now tell you that John I
came to America at the age of 38 somewhere in the range of 1842-43. He started a Carding
Mill in Dexter N.Y. His farm was 2 miles north of Brownsville N.Y. Wife Fannie Harris
died at age 56. Their children were: John II b. 1839 England // George b. abt. 1842
England // Maria b.1844 New York //James (Jim) b. 1846 (listed as a Robert 1860 census
???) The brothers John and George were available for duty at the beginning of the Civil
War. John did not join but fled to Maryland where he spent time aboard a whaling ship
and was also taken prisoner at some point and sometime later is said to have escaped.
Maybe the tales of his adventures were in his head as told to kin when he returned or
fact, maybe a little of both. George was not so lucky, Hit by a cannon ball and killed
Battle of Bull Run, Manassas, Va. after 1862, so that would make it the second battle.
Youngest son James was said to have been a math genius, "Hit in the head by his
stepmother for eating one of her pies and was never the same." I hope the pie was good.

The Stepmother John I's 2nd wife was Jane Graves b. Ireland 1819 d. 1908 / 89 years.
Graves was her 1st husband's name. Her children by Graves:
John Graves 1844 // Wm. Graves 1846 // Joseph Graves 1849 // Barnett Graves 1851 //
Approx date by census ages.

John II / oldest daughter Stella never married and is buried next to her Grandfather
John I in Dexter Cemetery, 4th row across from tall monument of Gilmore.

Nicholas Van Brocklin d. 1884 age 89 (Dutch)
Nancy Ann Schell d. 1883 age 88 (Germany)
Parents of Margaret (Van Brocklin) Biggers

Nancy Ann Schell's Father was Marcus Schell b. June 6,1764 Herkimer Co. NY Chr. July 5,
1764 Reformed Dutch Church of German Flats married Catherine Elizabeth Roan b. circa
1770 Herkimer , March 25 1788. Died after 1832 Herkimer NY

Marcus Schell's Father was Johnannes Schell arrived port of Philadelpia 1732 or 1752 /
Mother was Barbara Raspach.( I found a ship listing some years ago 10th Oct 1752 Phil.,
Tuesday Ship " FOREST" Capt. Patrick Auchterlony from Rotterdam / Maybe??? )

Do you know that both Eva & Arthur named a son Paul. Arthur's son was Paul Everett b.
June 18,1910. Strange your name is Paul. Is your line Eva's Paul Webert. We want to
know more about Eva's sons and where they went and the lives they lead. Arthur's
children where artists / landscape architect / naturalist / seems thay had a deep
appreciation for nature's beauty.

David. 
Biggers, George (I537)
 
31 (Medical):lived only 6 days Sixbury, Marion Ruth (I1137)
 
32 (Medical):See attached sources. Webert, Walter N. (I14)
 
33 (Medical):See attached sources. Besha, Mary Lillian (I17)
 
34 (Medical):See attached sources. Biggers, Eva Etheline (I19)
 
35 (Medical):See attached sources. Webert, Johann Philibert (I43)
 
36 (Medical):See attached sources. Webert, Paul A. (I62)
 
37 (Medical):See attached sources. Fröhlig, Jakob (I71)
 
38 (Medical):See attached sources. Adams, Christopher (I75)
 
39 (Medical):See attached sources. Besha, Ferdinand A. (I123)
 
40 (Medical):See attached sources. Fraley, Ella J. (I180)
 
41 (Medical):See attached sources. Sixbury, Charles W. (I368)
 
42 (Medical):See attached sources. Huber, Simon P. (I433)
 
43 (Medical):See attached sources. Adams, Christopher A. (I517)
 
44 (Medical):See attached sources. Cromley, Thaddeus Edward Staige (I10585)
 
45 (Medical):See attached sources. McKenny, Eugene P. (I10820)
 
46 (Medical):See attached sources. McCardell, Margaret C. (I10910)
 
47 (Medical):See attached sources. Bardol, George W. (I11623)
 
48 (Medical):Were John C. Rout (born Feb. 1882 per 1900 census) and James Charlton Rout born as twins (same day)? Rout, James Charlton (I10863)
 
49 (Quarterly)«tab»
Published by
The Students of Villanova College
Villanova, Pa. 
Source (S1006)
 
50 (Research):

1860 Census
http://www.fold3.com/document.php?doc=45927486&xid=215&p=ma

1880 Census
https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/MWSC-YXV 
Wells, Emalione (I468)
 

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