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Descendants of Joel Higgins and Margaret Womack Higgins

compiled by Louise Bales Southwick
Southwick, Louise Bales (Main Author)
Manuscript/Manuscript on Film
English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1972
on 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm.

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Microfilm of typescript (part mimeograph, [12] leaves) donated by Louise Bales Southwick, Waggoner, Illinois.

IN Family records, v. 2, leaves 69-81.

William Higgins (1770-1840) was born in Virginia and migrated to Fayette County, Kentucky, with his family as a young man. He first married a Miss Young, who died. He married 2) Mary Moseby (1781-1866), a native of North Carolina, in 1804. They had twelve children, 1805-after 1822. The family migrated to Sagamon County, Illinois, in 1830 and settled in was is now Woodside Township. Their son, Joel V. Higgins (b. 1817), married Margaret B. Womack (b. 1822) in 1850. They had eight children, 1851-1866. Descendants listed lived in Illinois and elsewhere.

Jesse Southwick (ca. 1762-1826) was born near Lebanon, Connecticut. He married Nancy Moore (1770-1845) in Connecticut and migrated to Oneida County, New York. They had four children there who all died of the cold plague. They then moved to Junius, Seneca County, New York, where they had seven children. The family migrated to Sangamon County, Illinois in 1820. Children and grandchildren listed lived in Illinois and elsewhere.

Adam Trumbo (1790-1856) and Mildreth Foster (1790-1835), both natives of Bourbon County, Kentucky, were married there and had ten children. The family migrated to Sangamon County, Illinois, in 1828. Children and grandchildren listed lived in Illinois and elsewhere.

Contains descendants of Joel Higgins and information on the Southwick, Trumbo and Higgins families from a history on Sangamon County, Illinois.

Mimeograph portion poor copy, difficult to read in places.

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Family records, v. 2, 1958-1960, at the Genealogical Society of Utah

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