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Ancestors of Hester Violet Liggett, 1904-1979

by Norma Holland ; [edited by Elaine Justesen]
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
Belmont, California : N. Holland, [c1998]
viii, 73 p. : ill., geneal. tables, ports.

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Hester Violet Liggett (1904-1979) was born in Dearborn County, Indiana, the daughter of Christopher Columbus Liggett (1879-1958) and Emma Laura Winkley Liggett (1885-1966). She married John Sherman Holland (1886-1938) in 1922 in Dearborn County. They had nine children, 1923-1938. She died at Rising Sun, Indiana. She and her husband are buried in the Gibson Cemetery, Bright, Indiana.

Ancestors include: James Liggett (b. ca. 1749) of Virginia -- Joseph Wendecker Winkley (1775-1833) of Ohio and Dearborn County, Indiana -- John/Johannes Guttener (ca. 1720-ca. 1783) of Germany and Guilford County, North Carolina; and his son, Peter Goodner (ca. 1747-ca. 1783) of Germany and Guilford and Orange Counties, North Carolina -- Edward Roberts (ca. 1775-1830) of Ripley County, Indiana -- Jacob Stires (1740-1803) of Pennsylvania and Clermont County, Ohio -- Thomas Richard Fallis (fl. 1736-1744) of Pennsylvania? and Frederick County, Virginia.

Also includes: Myers -- Anderson -- Lanham -- Aldridge -- White -- Lyon -- Adams -- Hamilton -- Grimes -- Lakin -- Martin -- Hamilton -- Wheat -- Fee -- Cheldon -- Lee -- Purdy ancestral families.

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