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Warren Harpin Riggs

Birth10 5 1837 - Kirtland Hills, Lake, Ohio, United States
Death01 24 1910 - Linn, Kansas, United States
MotherMalinda Hanson
FatherHarpin Riggs

Born in Kirtland Hills, Lake, Ohio, United States on 10 5 1837 to Harpin Riggs and Malinda Hanson. Warren Harpin Riggs married Sarah Rebecca Mahaffey and had 19 children. He passed away on 01 24 1910 in Linn, Kansas, United States.

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Parents

Harpin Riggs
1809 - 1865
Malinda Hanson
1813 - 1882

Spouse(s)

Sarah Rebecca Mahaffey
1843 - 1882
Catherina Lietjen
1854 - Unknown

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Pearle (Pearly) Frank Riggs
1879 - 1936
Guy Riggs
1877 - 1963
Leona Riggs
1867 - Unknown
Eva Riggs
1866 - Unknown
Elnora Riggs Kisselle
1880 - 1967
Charles Harpin Riggs
1868 - 1956
Fredric Riggs
1870 - Unknown
Olive Riggs
1873 - Unknown
Eber Franklin Riggs
1874 - Unknown
Bustia Riggs
1877 - Unknown

William Franklin Riggs
1887 - Unknown
Cora Riggs
1865 - Unknown
Della R Riggs
1902 - 1964
Catharena Riggs
1900 - Unknown
Warren Harpin Riggs
1891 - Unknown
Edith Myers
1894 - Unknown
Burt Riggs
1877 - Unknown
Bertie Riggs
1877 - Unknown
Warren Henry Riggs
Unknown - Unknown

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