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Re: Rolla Sigman b1845 Cambridge OH
Posted by: Jo (Sigman) Pachinger Date: June 09, 1999 at 17:13:53
In Reply to: Rolla Sigman b1845 Cambridge OH by John R Leslie of 309

Rolla (Rolley) Sigman Born Oct 28, 1845
Married Sept 17,1865
Died Feb 1915
Farmer

Married Susan (Susannah) Sines
Died Jun 19, 1883 Cambridge, oh

Children:
John Alex born 1864 in Ill.
George Andrew born jan 5, 1868 in Ill
married dec 21, 1892 Died Jun 14, 1942.
James Parker (My Grandfather) born Jun 15 ILL, 1871, married Mary Poland in ? don't seem to have that info at hand, died sept 20, 1939.
Jesse(Jessey) born 1873 ILL
Lyde (Eliza A.) born 1874 OH
Mary J. Born sept 13, 1976 OH
Infant daughter born oct 7, 1879 OH, died same day.
Bertha M. Oh don't have her info at hand.

Rolla's father and mother:
William sigman born jun 19, 1815 Crawford Co., Pa Married Oct 23, 1834.
Wife; Margaret LaFollette born sept 1816 in VA.

William's father and mother:
Luke Sigman (Sickman) born aug 1781 in Allegheny Co., Pa. married april 17, 1810
died May 24, 1856 Cambridge Guernsey Co., Oh.
Buried in Sigman Cementary located between Bysville and Cambridge.
Married Margaret Arbuckle born nov 12, 1793
died dec 24, 1883 in Cambridge, Oh

Luke's father and mother:
George Sigman (Sickman) died 1835
married Sophia

That's all I have. We got copies of their
wills at the Cambridge Courthouse when we were down visiting relatives.
Florence Sigman in Bysville, Ohio, Raymond Sigman in Cambridge and Eddy Kay in Bysville, Ohio.

Let me know if you find out anything else.

Note: Luke and George's names were spelled
Sickman not Sigman. Back then not everyone knew how to spell so they did the best the could. Don't know if our relatives could read and write or not. This is what you run into on censues reports and so on. A lot of different spellings.
excuse spelling and so forth tired from work

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