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James Riggs (abt. 1679)

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James Riggs
Born about in Newark, Essex, New Jersey, British Colonial Americamap
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[spouse(s) unknown]
[children unknown]
Died [date unknown] [location unknown]
Profile last modified 29 Mar 2017 | Created 14 Sep 2010
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Biography

James Riggs son of Edward Riggs and Mary Unknown was born about 1679 at Newark, Essex, New Jersey.[1]

Sources

  1. Alvy Ray Smith, FASG. Edwardian Riggses of America III: Edward Riggs (1593–. 1672), Immigrant in 1633 to Roxbury, Massachusetts Through Twelve Generations Part I: the Connecticut Branch. Berkely, Ars Longa, 2016. Please also specify the version number on the title page. Retrieved from http://alvyray.com/Riggs/vol3/EdwardRiggs3i_v8.12.pdf.


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This is a very interesting tree as my father Edward James Rigg 1924-2003 did not know a lot about his family but his Grandfather was James Rigg. I am finding that some generations had an "s" and some didn't in his line. I go back to a James Rigg in Scotland and a James Riggs in England in the 1800's. Do you know anything of this line in the 1800's? I even have a brother named Edward Albert Rigg if you are collecting DNA. Thanks, Debbie (Rigg) Sitlington (Santa Clarita, CA)
posted by Stephen Sitlington

James is 17 degrees from Greg Clarke, 12 degrees from George Hull and 12 degrees from Henry VIII of England on our single family tree. Login to find your connection.

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