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Selina Sigman b: 1862 Mason Co., WV d: 1948 Putnam Co., WV
Posted by: Dawn Kersey-McVay (ID *****4618) Date: July 28, 2003 at 11:41:23
In Reply to: Sigman research Va - Wv by Ernestine Browder of 309

Hi, I seen your information on the Genealogy Forum regarding the Sigman Families. Thought I would throw in a few names of my side to see if any of them ring any bells with you.
(Me) Dawn Kersey-McVay b: 6/14/1962
Dad: Clarence Donald Kersey b: 8/23/1941
Mom: Carolyn Sue Sigman b: 9/20/1941
d/o Rev. Floyd Sigman b: 12/26/1916 Ohio
Alma Darlene Milbee b: 10/13/1919 Poca, WV
Floyd's Father: John Sullivan Sigman b: 4/29/1890 Jasper Co., Indiana.
His Mother: Elizabeth Lynn "Lizzie" Shaffer b: 4/30/1894
They were married on 1910 and she died 10/27/1918.
Some of their children are, (excluding Floyd)
Ralph b: 3/10/1916 d: 2/1968 Red House, WV
His Wife: Lillian B. Hunter b: 9/17/1922
Children: Ralph Michael Sigman b: 5/28/1946
Kenneth Ronald Sigman b: 12/7/1948
Thomas Wayne "Tommy" Sigman b: 7/31/1947
Dreama Fay Sigman b: 9/28/1951
Esther Mary Sigman b: 7/28/1955
Anna Maria "Annie" Sigman b: 9/7/1957
William Patrick "Billy" Sigman b: 9/28/1956 d: 6/29/1986
Julia Ann Sigman b: 9/28/1942 and died 6 wks later.
John S. Sigman's Mother: Selina Belle Warner b: 1862 Mason County, WV d: 1948 and is buried at Wade Chapel cemetery in Red House, WV.

Please let me know if any of these sounds familiar. Take care and have a good day :) Dawn

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