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Hello everyone. I have just ordered a microfilm called,
"Marriage Bonds, vol. 1-1-A, colored, 1866-1882" covering
Boyd Co. Ky. from the Family History Center. It will take
7-10 business days to receive. I am offering a look up for
anyone who is searching for a couple in this catagory. If
anyone needs a marriage look up, let me know, and I will
include you in my search as I look for my Mary Biggs and
John Williams' marriage.
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Hello list, I am hoping to connect with anyone else
researching Mary BIGGS, born approx. 1838 in that
portion of Greenup Co. Ky. that later became Boyd Co.
in 1860. Mary Biggs was a mother to at least two daughters,
Maggie Biggs, born 1866, and Ann/Anna Biggs born 1869.
Mary may have had a third daughter, Rosa, born approx.
1883 or so. Mary BIGGS lived and worked in Boyd County
her whole life. I last saw her alive on the 1900 Boyd Co.
census. Since Emancipation she has always gone by the same
surname. I see a William Biggs in that same area of Ky.
where she lived, a large slaveholder on the 1860 slave
schedule. I would love to know her background, and who
her parents are.
Thank you in advance for any light you can shed on Mary Biggs.
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