McQuigg Family Genealogy Forum
For future reference, in the old style of handwriting, there was a symbol for a double "s" which looked very much like the letter "p", however the descender came back up the oposite side when returning to the base line. So, your "Jepe" in 1870 Bonham Co, TN was actually written as Jesse.
I am looking for information on a Quigg who married Cora M. Baker about 1916. She was first married to R. F. Whitaker who divorced her in 1913 in Hood Co, TX. She appears in the 1920 and 1930 census in Abilene, TX as the head of the household, but is listed as married. Supposedly her husband was either a preacher or an elder of the Church of Christ. I know there is a Quigg connection to Abilene Christian College and there was a Jesse Quigg, 77 and widowed, enumerated on campus in 1920 as a boarder. I believe he was the father-in-law of the president, Jesse P. Sewell. Any idea who my missing man might be?
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