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Re: Balthasar Siegmann/Polsar Sigman NC.
Posted by: David M. Sigmon (ID *****0063) Date: August 04, 2004 at 14:23:56
In Reply to: Re: Balthasar Siegmann/Polsar Sigman NC. by Jerry Dagenhart of 309

Thank you for the information, Jerry. My Granfather was Loy Erastus Sigman, Sr., and my father is Loy E. Sigmon, Jr. My Dad has mention Detlev, Jr., before, but I never met him. I would love to get copies of any family photos, if that is feasible.

I did not know that N. E. Sigman's great-grandfather fought in the Revolutionary War. The Rocketts have a very detailed genealogy, which my dad's sister, Kathryn, has. It detailed that Mattie's grandfaher or great grandfather, John Ware Rockett, fought in the Revolutionary War.

Thank you for the information, and where did you find out about Polsar or Balthasar Sigman's military service? Do you know if he is also buried in Catawba County at or near St. John Lutheran Church?

I have a good friend from Statesville whose father, Rick Dagenhart, is from Alexander County. Do you know him?

I will e-mail you with my phone number. Please call me.


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