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flag female ancestor  Lucy Ann  BRIGGS

  (b. abt. 1833 Shutesbury, Massachusetts, USA   d. )  

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BRIGGS Genealogy

Lucy Ann BRIGGS was born abt. 1833 in Shutesbury, Massachusetts, USA. Lucy Ann BRIGGS was the child of Asaph Leonard BRIGGS   and   Lilly EATON and the grandchild of: (paternal)  Josiah Leonard BRIGGS and Lois VAUGHAN (maternal)  Marston EATON and Charlotte DUTTON

m. Ira WOOD
18 September 1867
Sunderland, MA

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