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Re: John Quigg; 1842-1875; Chester Co., PA
Posted by: Gary Quigg (ID *****9905) Date: May 03, 2004 at 14:22:22
In Reply to: Re: John Quigg; 1842-1875; Chester Co., PA by Jennifer Kremp of 283

The "boys" I was referring to are the sons of my Frank, William & Andrew both came to Philadelphia 1865-1866. I have little information on their father Frank and the suspected mother Nancy McBride. Their sister Mary apparently came to Montgomery Co. 10 years ahead of her brothers, that would put my Frank being born before about 1810. I believe that my Frank and Nancy stayed in Ireland and that my Frank Quigg is the one that dies in Drumtullagh in 1869, but I have not proven that. The only firm connection to Ireland I have is that Andrew's ticket to America was sent to a P.O. Box in Ballintoy. My ancestor apparently picked up his ticket when the boat arrived in port.


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