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Re: Samuel Riggs of about 1796
Posted by: jc (ID *****5058) Date: November 27, 2008 at 11:39:29
In Reply to: Re: Samuel Riggs of about 1796 by Catherine Hodnett of 4090

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The History of Grundy County, Missouri: An Encyclopedia of Useful Information, and a Compendium of Actual Facts. It Contains a Condensed History of the State of Missouri and Its Chief Cities ... ; Its Pioneer Record, War History, Resources, Biographical Sketches
Published by Birdsall & Dean, 1881
Original from the New York Public Library
Digitized Jan 24, 2008
739 pages

The History of Grundy County, Missouri
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The History of Grundy County, Missouri:
An Encyclopedia of Useful ... - Google Books Result1881 - Grundy County (Mo.) - 739 pages
She has been married twice, her first husband, Samuel Riggs, having been one of the ... Mr. Isaac Splawn, one of the oldest settlers of Grundy county, ...
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Mrs. Goodman is a native of Chariton county and now in her seventy-seventh year. She has been married twice, her first husband, SAMUEL RIGGS< having been one of the earliest settlers of Ray and Daviess counties. Her second husband was Peter Goodman and they came to Grundy county in 1856. Sheis the mother of eight children most of whom are now dead, but she is still hale and hearty and lives with her grandchildren around her, on the farm of her BROTHER, ISAAC SPLAWN, in the western part of the township.

THE MORMAN TROUBLES Page 659
Mr. Isaac Splawn, one of oldest settlers of grundy county, and of Taylor township, gives the following interesting account of the Mormon troubles which caused considerable excitement during the early settlement of this county as well as in the counties where the troubles occurred.......





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From: "Laurel" <laurel@laureltreat.com>
Subject: Re: [MO-CENSUS-LOOKUP] for Samuel Riggs born 1793/1796 and died abt 1842 Jackson Co.?
Date: Thu, 17 Oct 2002 23:43:39 -0500
References: <20021017.064815.-416807.0.genehound@juno.com>


I only have the AIS Index for 1830, There are 4 Samuel Riggs in MO, none in
Jackson Co.

Name: Riggs, Samuel Year: 1830
County: SALINE CO. State: MO
Page: 233 Location: ARROW ROCK TWP

Name: Riggs, Samuel Year: 1830
County: BOONE CO. State: MO
Page: 104 Location: ROCKEYFORK TWP

Name: Riggs, Samuel Year: 1830
County: CLAY CO. State: MO
Page: 286 Location:

Name: Riggs, Samuel Year: 1830
County: BOONE CO. State: MO
Page: 100 Location: ROCKEYFORK TWP

Laurel Treat
www.laureltreat.com
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Subject: Re: [MO-CENSUS-LOOKUP] for Samuel Riggs born 1793/1796 and died abt
1842 Jackson Co.?


> I am still looking for Samuel Riggs, believed to have been living in
> Jackson County, MO in the 1830's ana 1840's. Can anyone find Samuel Riggs
> in the census for me? He was probably born 1793/1796 and died about
> 1842. He married Sebrina Splawn in MO.


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