>Anway, I know for certain Mary Chambers died 29.Apr.1896 >It is a very interesting story, if you ever care to >read it let me know & I will send it.
Ah, that makes more sense. Thanks for the correction. I would indeed be interested in the story. Could you post it here?
>Charlie Vickery was married to Nellie Elizabeth Woods >I see it doesn't give Louis P. Rigsby's wife Mary H. maiden name.
Most likely that is the same Charlie who was living with Lewis. Since Mary H seems to be his mother, you might be able to find her maiden name by looking for Vickery marriages. I have a lot of Rigsby marriage info, but Lewis and Mary aren't listed.
>May I ask what do the TN/TN/TN stand for after the names.
Oh, sorry. The first one is where the person was born, the second is where their father was born, and the third where their mother was born. When I copied in the census info, I wrote down only the first location for children in a household with both parents, since the other two could be deduced.
>I have alot of info. for the 4 sons and their families.
I would be interested in at least some of this information. For privacy reasons you probably shouldn't post it all here, though. Could you email it to me privately? I'm interested in any descendants not still living.
>thanks so much!!
You're very welcome. I'm trying to work out all the different Rigsby lines in the US. Tracing your Lewis helped me put one more in place, so thank you as well.