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Re: Warren/Hunterdon NJ Sigler's
Posted by: Linda Sigler (ID *****6863) Date: February 18, 2011 at 21:31:16
In Reply to: Re: Warren/Hunterdon NJ Sigler's by Linda Sigler of 911

Leland,

I made a mistake in my previous posting. I pasted the siblings of Elmer Sigler twice. Below is what I have on my husband's line of Sigler's including the information you just gave me:

Jacob Sigler married Mary Van Atta
ch: Jacob
Phillip
Peter married Mary Searles
ch: Mary
Anna
Peter S married Lucinda Van Sykel
ch: Rachel v married Levi Mettler
John V married Electa Hummer
Robert
Mary S married William Broad
Lucinda married John S hummer
married Jeremiah Sigafoos
Zachariah T married Fanny Pialt
Anna
Jane
Peter Hezechiah married Addie Apgar then Sara(Sadie) B Smith
Sarah
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Continue our line:
Peter H had three children with his first wife Addie:
Lena
Leslie
Russell
Peter H had 4 children with his second wife Sara (Sadie)
Minnie
Elmer (my husband's grandfather)
Irvin
C. Mary (Cora) married Wilbur Oberly
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Elmer (see above) married Grace ?
children:
Elinor married Pres Person
Ronald R Sigler Sr married Shirley Wood
children:
Ronald Sigler Jr married Linda Renaldo (myself)
Shirleen Sigler married James Pence and Darrell Oldham
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Ronald Sigler Jr and Linda Renaldo Sigler (my husband and myself)
children:
Jamie Sigler married Michael Carzima children: Nicholas (Cole)
Brad Sigler

I'm sorry if this is not in the proper format...hopefully you can make sense of it. I think we are on the same page. Ican get more information on Elmer's siblings. With the exception of Lena (who I know little about) I do know that they all remained in the area (Warren County, NJ) and many were involved in farming. I think they are all buried locally as well.

Hope this helps!

Linda Sigler


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