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Re: Canfield's Book on Crigger Family
Posted by: Kay Shannon Date: June 30, 2000 at 13:38:51
In Reply to: Re: Canfield's Book on Crigger Family by Robert E. Bray of 248

Robert:

Thanks for your note about Mr. Canfield's book on the Crigger family. I searched through old postings and found his address and had the book within a week.

His book did have information about my g grandparents, as well as information on Michael Crigger's ancestry. He was the youngest son of George and Elizabeth Catron Crigger. George is brother to your Catherine Barbara Krieger. I guess that makes us cousins.

I grew up visiting family (Steven Leftwich and Julie Gilman Flanagan) in Crockett, Va. and many of our relatives, including a Fred G. Kincer, are buried at Kings Grove Church Cemetery. There are many Kincers at that cemetery. I live in Arizona so it is difficult to visit; however, I would like to get an inventory of that cemetery posted on the internet.

Again, thanks so much for the information. Since I have the Crigger book now, let me know if I can provide any info to you on material in the book or our mutual family.

Kay Shannon


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