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Re: My Briggs family tree have a few branches crossing over.
Posted by: Lori Briggs (ID *****0906) Date: November 14, 2010 at 05:40:56
In Reply to: Re: My Briggs family tree have a few branches crossing over. by seeker of 259

Well when I first posted this back in August I knew that I forgot to add the years and dates of pretty much everyone mention.Okay ones I mention that is connected to Caleb Tracy Briggs born in New York May 2,1810 he died November 15,1863 in Jackson Michigan.His wife Elizabeth U.[Morrill]Briggs she was born September 17,1819 in New Hampshire she also died in Jackson Michigan Jan 8,1866.Now through the library down in Jackson Michigan say of the two newspapers during this time period either one had no obit posted in them.This also is the same for his wife Elizabeth she had no obit either.Now with the Caleb Tracy Briggs and his wife Elizabeth {Morrill}Briggs third child Charles Hannibal Briggs born May 3,1842 Vevay Township,Ingham County,Michigan. He married his third cousin Margaret Ann Briggs born abt 1864 Michigan now her parents suppose to have both been born in New York.And there surnames are for the father:Briggs and for the mother surname of Morrill.Now for these parents I didn't get any dates or years of when they were born.I figure by calculation they may have been born in the 1840's in New York not sure of this just pretty much guess.

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