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New and improved cemetery records
Posted by: Ken Hinds (ID *****4287) Date: July 31, 2012 at 13:04:30
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Howdy All

Here's a new version of my Rigsby cemetery file. There's
a whole lot of new information, so if you didn't find your
ancestor in the last one be sure to check again. New
information is indicated by a * star. If the star is in
front of the source information, it means that the entire
cemetery is new. If the star is in front of a person's
name, it means that's a new person in a cemetery that was
listed last time. If the star is in front of the R-number,
it means the person was listed last time and I have since
figured out who they were, or that I had them mis-
identified last time and have corrected it.

If you want more information about anyone in here, make a
note of their R-number and go to my main Rigsby page:

On that page are links to all the Rigsby progenitors. The
part to the left of the first dot in your R-number tells
you which is yours. From there, follow the children whose
birth order corresponds to each segment of your R-number
until you get to the Rigsby in question. For example, to
find R05.5.7.1, start with R05 James, then his fifth child
(James II), then James II's seventh child (James W), then
James W's first child (James Walter).

If you have information about anyone here who doesn't have
an R-number, please contact me.

If you have additional cemetery records for Rigsbys, please
post them as a follow-up to the appropriate state.

Note: These links all worked at the time I visited them,
but may or may not now. In some cases the target site may
have been rearranged, so you might have to re-search that
site to find the Rigsby records.

Note: Most of the uncredited entries here were from or .

s/o = son of
d/o = daughter of
sb = should be
prob = probably
[B] = black or colored
dates from me are YYYY-MM-DD


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