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Jacob Driggers (abt. 1815 - abt. 1883)

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Pvt Jacob Driggers
Born about in Bulloch, Georgia, United Statesmap
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Husband of — married about [location unknown]
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Died about in Palmetto, Manatee, Florida, United Statesmap
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3rd Seminole Indian War

On 2 Dec 1857 and 11 Mar 1858 he served in Capt Francis M Durrance's Independent Company Brigade, Mounted Florida Volunteers[1] and from 11 Mar 1858–7 May 1858 they reformed as Capt Francis M Durrance's Independent Company, Regiment of Florida Volunteers.[2]


  1. Florida Board of State Institutions, Soldiers of Florida in the Seminole Indian-Civil and Spanish-American Wars (Board of State Institutions, May 14, 1903), page 13
  2. Jacob W Driggers, Vol 3 page 95, Florida Militia Muster Rolls Seminole Indian Wars; Special Archives Publication; State Arsenal, St Francis Barracks, St Augustine, Florida
  • Pioneers of Florida's First Coast, Southern Genealogist's Exchange Society, 1991, Page 152

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