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Re: Giggey, Farley, connection?
Posted by: Mike Thompson Date: March 11, 2002 at 21:23:34
In Reply to: Giggey, Farley, connection? by S.M.B. of 225

http://www.upperstjohn.com/1850/plymouth.htm#101b Line 22

That is probably the Samuel Farley you are seeking.

The next family, Giggere (line 26), is possibly spelled Giggey in later years. The reason I say that, is that the Amsden family (line 36) is found living near the same families in 1860. In 1860 the name is spelled Giguey. I have recently made a marital connection between the Amsdens and the Gigueys, which is now spelled Giggey in my family.

Hope this helps.


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