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Briggs families with a connection of Floyde County, Ky.

Martha Heinemann
Heinemann, Martha (Main Author)
Manuscript/Typescript Photocopy on Film
English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1992
on 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm.

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Microfilm of typescript (photocopy, 4 leaves) donated by Martha Heinemann, Memphis, Tennessee.

Among the Briggses mentioned in early Floyd County records are: 1) Ann Briggs (b. ca. 1788) married Thomas Lovelady (ca. 1758-1840) in Floyd County in 1821. 2) Fanny Biggs (b. ca. 1806 in Virginia), married Henry Prewitt in 1819 in Floyd County. 3) Jacob Griggs (b. ca. 1790 in Virginia) was living in Floyd County in 1820. He married Elizabeth Smith in 1822. 4) Mary (Polly) Briggs married James Smith in 1812 in Floyd County. 5) Isaac Briggs (b. 1802 in Giles County, Virginia) married Elizabeth Morris in 1823. Their family migrated to Oregon. 6) Eliza Briggs (b. ca. 1798 in Virginia) bought land in Floyd County, Kentucky, in 1823. He died in 1856. Some of his children migrated to Texas and Colorado. 7) John Briggs (b. 1775-94) was living in Floyd County in 1822. 8) Elizabeth Briggs (b. 1783) and her husband, George Bradely were living in Floyd County, Kentucky, in 1810.

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