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Re: James Milton Wiggins
Posted by: Betty (ID *****9305) Date: February 24, 2004 at 18:31:18
In Reply to: Re: James Milton Wiggins by Brian Morton of 303

Hi Pam,

I have many Wiggins in my tree - - and will gladly share to try to help you find the ones you are looking for. Please send information as to your father's name and the girls names you are looking for. If you do not want to do this here, then you may email me. I do not have a "James Milton", but do have a James with no middle name, so need more to go on.

The one person that probably could help you more than I would be Houston Tracy ---you probably can find him on the Wiggins board, if not this one. He and I have the same Great grandfather, but different great grandmothers. He is a direct Wiggins descendant and has more on Wiggins probably than the LDS Library!! He is also good to help anyone researching Wiggins.

Betty


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