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Re: Arminthia Egger/ Henry Massey/ Miss. Ark
Posted by: Sandra Wright Date: April 04, 1999 at 21:38:16
In Reply to: Re: Arminthia Egger/ Henry Massey/ Miss. Ark by Newel Irvin Egger of 227

Our Arminthia Egger and her husband Henry Massey moved from Miss. to Ark. after the civil war around 1860 as near as I have been able to find out. Her first name was Susan,but everyone referred to her as Arminthia. I have info that her father was Hugh Egger,but haven't been able to verify it as yet. If you would like to send me some of the names and the areas in mississippi they came from, maybe it would make some connection, I seem to have a lot of bits and pieces of information right now. I know at one time one of her grandaughters was doing some research on the Egger line and had quite a lot of information I was told, but haven't been able to locate her,her maiden name was Thomas and she had a sister named Mildred that married a Rutledge,who I learned is deceased, so can't check with her. All I have is what information has been passed down thru the family that her maiden name was Egger,so could have been a name of a previous marriage, but I don't think so as she had no other children except by the Massey and they had 8 or more. She also named one of her sons Hugh, so I think it was probably after her father Hugh Egger. Sorry but that is about all I know right now.


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