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SIGGINS

AND OTHER

PENNSYLVANIA FAMILIES

OF

HISTORY, BIOGRAPHY

AND

COLONIAL, REVOLUTIONARY, CIVIL AND
OTHER WAR RECORDS

INCLUDING NAMES OF MANY OTHER WARREN COUNTY PIONEERS

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Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1918, by

Emma ■raarm White.

In the office of the Librarian of Congress, at Washington.

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EXPLANATIONS.

The serial number precedes the name, and when it is followed by a * indicates that further information, regarding person numbered, will be found elsewhere in this record. As an illustration

3.* Frances Siggins3; when next found it will be enclosed thus: (3), and whenever found enclosed it denotes that 3 is her original serial number.

The Roman numerals refer to the number of children in one family.

The small figure following the name is the generation number.

Abreviations—b. born; d. died; m. married; dau. daughter; s. succeeded by; unm. unmarried; abt. about; C. W. Civil War; R. W. Revolutionary War.

The children of John and Sarah (Hood) Siggins, and their descendants, are traced separately, beginning with the eldest child.

When a name is enclosed in parentheses, it is the maiden name of person specified.

In many instances family names are herein spelled in several different ways. Not being certain which was correct, we have kept to the spelling found in manuscripts as they were received.

The numbers indicating names of the Siggins family in Ireland are preceded by the letter A, as this material was obtained after the record of the family of John Siggins, the emigrant, was written and numbered.

The family in America begins with No. 1.

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