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Re: All Rigsby census entries 1880 part 2
Posted by: Ken Hinds (ID *****4287) Date: August 18, 2004 at 04:40:57
In Reply to: Re: All Rigsby census entries 1880 part 2 by Vivian Otis of 1063

Howdy Viv

I do have some information on the Rigsbee families of
Durham Co, but unfortunately I have nothing after about
1905. I'm trying to avoid living people in my database, so
I don't research anything more recent than 100 years ago.

There was a Sterling or Starling Rigsbee born about 1863 in
Wake Co. He was a son of Thomas Rigsbee born about 1820 and
Matilda Stanley. That is probably too early to be your
Starling, but perhaps there is some relation.

Sorry I couldn't be of more help. If you do manage to get
back beyond 1905 I will probably be able to figure out how
you fit in.

Ken



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