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Re: Elizabeth Harley Married Edward Wriggle
Posted by: Brad Brunner (ID *****4471) Date: December 17, 2010 at 12:30:15
In Reply to: Elizabeth Harley Married Edward Wriggle by Marilyn Ann (Masters) Frantz of 662

I have a copy of Edward Wriggle's discharge papers from the army. He served during the civil war and was apparently a prisoner of war for a period of time. My grandfather was Rex Wriggle and his father was David Wriggle. I believe that Edward was my grandfatjher's great uncle. I do know that David Wriggle and his wife are buried in a cemetary in DuBois, PA. You can find them on gravestones.com or gravemarker.com, I can't remember which it is. My grandfather, Rex, was born in 1904. My grandmother told me that Edward was at Andersonville prison and that he never was healthy after the war. I don't know much more than that, except that I have seen his grave marker.


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