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Re: Margaret Kinnard m Elihu Wiggins in NC
Posted by: Jerry Landreth (ID *****7106) Date: July 20, 2006 at 10:01:40
In Reply to: Re: Margaret Kinnard m Elihu Wiggins in NC by Joe Webb of 189

Hey I know this is an old post but thought I would try...

Im looking for the parents of Margaret Kinnard below and if there is an INDIAN connection to her? My grandmother told us we had Indian blood,but never said how we got it or from which family.I cant find a connection on the Wiggins side,and thought maybe it was through Margaret.

Any help would be appreciated...Thanks!


I see there is a rumor of Indian blood through Margaret,is there any proof of this and what tribe was she?

My Mother was Opal Hooks,Her father was Ed Hooks.

My grandmother was:
Dessree V.Wiggins(b.8-8-1915,d.9-10-1989)--> Parents=Henry Fletcher Wiggins(b.1-9-1887,d.7-24-1948)and Amanda"Mandy" Rebecca Lynch(b.1886-d.1966).

Henry Fletcher Wiggins' Parents-->William Miller Wiggins(b.5-4-1857,d.?)and Dicey Ann Sheffield(b.12-24-1858,d.10-19,1943).

All the above were Born in Conecuh County Alabama and burried in Antioch Methodist Cemetary in Conecuh Co..

William Miller Wiggins' Parents-->Kinnard Wiggins(b.1814,d.1870-1880?)and <b>Temperance Ballard</b>(b.10-22-1822 in Alabama,d.6-13-1897).

Kinnard Wiggins' parents-->Elihu Wiggins(b.12-16-1776 Sampson Co.NC.,d.7-3-1830 in Conecuh Co.Al.) and <b>Margaret Kinnard</b>(b.circa 1780 NC,d.10-2-1842 in Conecuh Co.Al.)Elihu had a twin brother named Elishu.

Elihu Wiggins' parents-->William Wiggins(b.circa 1755/6,d.6-6-1819)and Elizabeth Cooper(b.abt.1759,d.7-13-1825).William served under Nathanial Green in Guilford NC during the Revolutionary War.He is buried in Mexia Alabama in Monroe County.

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