Family: Driggs, Starling Graves / Rogers, Sarah R (F30933)

m. 29 May 1855

Family Chart     |    PDF

Driggs, Uriel
Male (1780-1846)
Ford, Hannah
Female (1795-1848)
Driggs, Shadrach Ford
Male (1813-1898)
Driggs, Samuel
Male (1820-1854)
Driggs, Lorenzo Dow
Male (1822-1880)
Driggs, Ruth
Female (1812-1847)
Rogers, Chandler
Male (1795-1846)
Hollister, Amanda
Female (1797-1849)
Rogers, Amos Philemon
Male (1820-1846)
Rogers, Theodocia
Female (1824-1828)
Rogers, Oswald
Male (1826-1828)
Rogers, Freeman
Male (1828-1828)
Rogers, Leeman
Male (1828-1830)
Rogers, Mark
Male (1830-1849)
Rogers, Dorcas
Female (1837-1838)
Rogers, Sarah R
Female (1831-1911)
Driggs, Sarah Olivia
Female (1856-1935)
Driggs, Hannah Amanda
Female (1859-1866)


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