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Re: Friggle family in UK
Posted by: Bill Cunningham Date: August 05, 2000 at 06:19:30
In Reply to: Friggle family in UK by Christine Mason of 3

The English spelling for the line that I have is Freagle but I suppose that there are various spellings. My information begins with William Freagle and his wife Catherine Kennard. William was born and died in England and lived to be over 100 years old while Catherine also was born and died in England and was about 75 years old when she died.
They had 7 children.
John, b. 2/3/1835, Loddiswell, Devonshire, England; d. 1918
James, b. 2/19/1843 d. 9/28/1915, Oil City, Venango, Pennsylvania
Richard, b. 12/30/1845 m. Mary Edleman - Richard and his wife are believed to have had 7 children and immigrated to the U.S. in 1871.
Robert, b. 1/10/1850 d. 8/17/1924 Alemeda County, California m. Rose Ann Wisenor b. 4/28/1856 San Jose, California d. 7/20/1933 Livermore, California
Robert died of cancer and is buried in Masonic Cemetery, Alameda County, California.
William, b. 1/1/1877 d. 2/1969 Believed to have remained in England
Elizabeth, b. ? d. ? Born and died in England
Susan, b. ? d. ? Born and died in England
More if there is a connection.


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