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Posted by: M. J. (ID *****4508) Date: November 11, 2002 at 01:32:32
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I have been sreaching Great Grand mother Emma Ada Boggs, married Henry Z. Vickers. Emma's father was James Jimmie Boggs, m Savannah Killingsworth.

Word of mouth from from family and some joted down here and there records from family that apparently:

Starting with Emma A. Boggs b. 2 Aug 1893 in Geneva Co., Al and d. 9 Oct 1945 in Panama City, FL
M: Henry Z. Vickers

James Jimmie Boggs b. Slocumb, Al d. 2 Jan 1910 in Geneva Co., Al m. Savannah Killingsworth in 1892 in Dale Co., Al
father:James Jackson(?) Boggs
Mother: unknown

James Jackson Boggs
Father: John James Boggs b.1843 in Alabama, d. 1917 in Calhoun County, Fl and the mention of a Boggs Pond?

John James Boggs
Father: John J. Boggs b. abt 1811 in GA
Mother: Mary P. Musgrove b. 1814 d. Calhoun, Co., Fl

John James Boggs
Father: John Boggs b. abt 1779 in Tennessee d. Marshall,Al
Mother: Polly Parrot b. abt 1784 in GA d. around 1898 in Calhoun Co., Fl

Anyone have information on this family line? The only ones I can actually prove are Emma Ada Boggs and James Jimmie Boggs, the rest is information gathered years back from elder relitives and they are no longer here to refer back to.

Thank you,


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