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DUGGER/POLHILL - Records extremely sparse.
Posted by: David Morgan Date: January 16, 2002 at 19:29:39
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The ONLY information I have been able to obtain on my mother's family. Data on this family is almost non-existent. I am posting to this forum because the father, James dugger, was born in an area that was formerly within Thomas County.

The following data is from the 1900 Census of 663rd Militia District (Valdosta) of Lowndes County, GA, & partly from my own knowledge. Would greatly appreciate ANY information to add to the following.
Thanks
David Morgan - Carlsbad, New Mexico

JAMES DUGGER b. Mar 1851 in or near Quitman, GA parents b. GA.

Susan Maria (Polhill) Dugger b. 1856, mother of 4, 3 survived, b. FL, parents b. GA. (another record states: b. in or near Cecil, Ga.)

Leonard Dugger b. Oct 1885, b. FL, m. Myrtice Carruthers.

Grace (sometimes listed as Mary Grace) b. Mar 1889, b. Zellwood, Fl, m. Walter Morgan.

James Zeno Dugger b. Nov 1899, b. GA


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